Visit Chiang Dao Cave, 5 Hilltribe villages and Bua Tong Waterfalls also known as sticky waterfall, which is a beautiful limestone waterfall made by an underground spring flowing down the rocks. The lime makes the rocks sticky which makes it possible to climb up the waterfall. The waterfall is found in Sri Lanna National Park.
Please note that trails and stops may change due to weather and seasonal conditions, or depending on fitness levels of the group. Due to dangerous rapids and deep water, it may not be possible to bamboo raft after heavy rains.
Pick up from your hotel around 8.30 am. Drop off in Chiang Mai around 4.30 – 5.30 pm.
Pick up and drop off from your hotel, meals, 2 liters of water, English-speaking guide, park fees, insurance, accommodation and necessary bedding, blankets, mosquito net etc.
Extra snacks or soft drinks.
Wear shoes with grip suitable for trekking and climbing, swimsuit for enjoying at the waterfall and pack a warm layer, mornings can be chilly at the summit. Bring toothbrush, toothpaste and any other necessities for an overnight stay.
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Join us for eco treks and nature tours in northern Thailand. We’ll pick you up from your hotel or residence in Chiang Mai and take you on an adventure in the great outdoors. Choose from our signature one or two-day treks or add some sightseeing to your experience. We offer challenging treks for the super-active, as well as gentler treks for families. We use local style transportation for our treks, if this does not suit you, we can rent a car for an additional cost.