THE NAN LOOP NATIONAL PARK EDITION (5 DAYS)
- Day 1: Chiang Mai to Phayao (Wat Si Khom Khan)
- Day 2: Phayao to Pua with a visit to the Bo Kluea Salt wells. Riding on the incredible road 1148.
- Day 3: Pua to Nan, exploring Nan Province, spending the evening in Nan town.
- Day 4: Travel from Nan via the Sao Din Earth Pillars, to Pak Nai fishermen’s village. This scenic ride involves a trip on a ferry across a lake to Sirikit Dam. then onto Phrae for an evenings entertainment.
- Day 5: Phrae to Lampang then returning to Chiang Mai. On the way, we visit the Thai elephant conservation centre and the elephant hospital.
Bo Klua Salt Wells
Bo Kluea means “salt well” in Thai. The tiny village has mined salt for centuries. Buckets of water are hauled up from the wells, then transferred to giant wok-like bowls, where the water is boiled leaving mounds of pure salt crystals. More....
Chiang Mai, the Kingdom’s second-largest city, is one of the few places in Thailand where it is possible to experience both historical and modern Thai culture coexisting side by side. The centre of Chiang Mai is retained within ancient walls. Chiang Mai today is a city of art and culture. More.....
Nan is a charming town in northern Thailand located in Nan province. This ural backwater is a fantastic place to experience authentic Thai culture. There are plenty of exciting things to see and do in Nan. For centuries Nan was an independent kingdom but due to its remoteness. More....
Pak Nai Fisherman Village
Pak Nai was originally a village by the Nan River. After the construction of the Sirikit Dam, the village became a part of the reservoir. Travel from Nan via the Sao Din Earth Pillars, to Pak Nai fishermen’s village. This scenic ride involves a trip on a ferry across a lake. The end of a beautiful road is Pak Nai village. To continue to the other side, you have to take bamboo raft. More....
Phrae is a province steeped in legend and that’s no surprise as the city was founded around the same time as the Lanna and Sukhothai Kingdoms nearly 800 years ago. Renowned for its vast teak forests, Phrae features a number of colonial style teak homes and mountainous forests including three national parks.. More....
Located on a beautiful shimmering lake (known as Kwan Phayao) surrounded by palm trees and mountains in the distance, Phayao is a very picturesque Thai town that receives few tourists. Phayao sits between two National Parks; Doi Phu Nang National Park and Mae Yom National Park, both of which offer superb challenging roads. More....