1 day trekking in Kew Mae Pan Doi Inthanon

Up to the highest peak of Thailand, and sightseeing at the Pagodas
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Come with us for a day that will take you to the highest point of Thailand.
Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain in the country, and is part of the Himalayan range.
Its lush vegetation has made it one of the most popular national parks in the country.

In addition to many points of interest to visit, such as the magnificent King and Queen's Pagoda surrounded by their garden, or its immense Royal project, where many varieties of vegetables, plants, and fruits are grown, all without any chemical products and in the purest respect of nature, Doi Inthanon is above all an appealing natural site.

With our program, you will be able to hike for 2 hours on one of the most famous trails in the Park, the Kew Mae Pan trail, which takes you in the early morning to the highest point in Thailand to enjoy an absolutely extraordinary viewpoint, located above the clouds. The rest of the day is devoted to visiting the park.
* (During the rainy season, the Kew Mae Pan trail is closed, and replaced by the Pha Dok Siew rice paddy fields)
Important: with is everything is already included! National Park entrances fees, Pagodas, lunch...

The program of 1 day trekking in Kew Mae Pan Doi Inthanon

Day 1

  • Departure between 7am and 7:30am by car or minivan from your hotel in Chiang Mai
  • After about 1h15 of driving, you will enter the National Park (entries included)
  • It will then be time to do a 2-hour trekking on the Kew Mae Pan trail, and climb to the highest peak in the country.
  • You will then visit the magnificent twin pagodas of the King and Queen and their gardens
  • Thai buffet style meal included
  • You will then visit a Hmong village to discover many local products such as honey, wine, coffee and teas
  • You will end with a visit to the highest waterfall in the country: Wachirathan
  • Check-in at your hotel between 5pm and 5.30pm


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