Spectacular Sunrise at Doi Inthanont National Park + Serene Soft Trek at Kiew Mae Pan


Best Seller Walking through the nature of the evergreen forest over the top of the highest peak of Thailand, Doi Inthanont. See wildlife and rare plants on the walkway. Overlook the panoramic view from the open area where you can see mountains curtain all around. Easy soft trek to the Pha Dork Siew waterfall to Karen Hill tribe village and enjoy fresh coffee from their farm.

The Highlights of The Trip

They are catching up on the sunrise on the highest peak of Thailand. Trail Walking through the nature of the evergreen forest over the top of the highest peak of Thailand, Doi Inthanont. See wildlife and rare plants on the walkway. Overlook the panoramic view from the open area where you can see mountains curtain all around—an easy soft trek to Kiew Mae Pan.


Pickup time : 4.30 am. at your hotel lobby.

Tour duration: Daily 04:30 am – 04:00 pm.

Depart from the hotel in the morning, heading southward of Chang Mai along Highway no.108 to Doi Inthanont National Park, the highest peak in Thailand with 2,565 meters above sea level. Along the mountainous road, see the beautiful scenic view and lush green nature forest area around 44 kilometres up the top. You can see the highest peak of Thailand with the stupa of King Inthawitchayanon, the last King of the Lanna Kingdom before we became Siam and Thailand later on. The King Once had a chance to visit this mountain named “Doi AngKa” ( The mountain of the crows’ pound) and liked the place so much that he asked his daughter, Chao Dararassamee, who became the lady consort of King Rama 5th of Thailand at that time. He wished his ashes to be placed up at the mountain’s peak. Soon after he passed away, the mountain’s name changed to “Doi Inthanont National Park” since then.

At the peak stand the stupa of the King among the cool climate in summer and cold in Winter. In this place, not only the beautiful forest area, but you can also see some beautiful birds. Near the stupa is a radar control station of Thai Lada Airfoce to control the borderline between Thailand and Myanmar. After visiting the stupa of King Inthawichayanont, enjoy 30 30-minute’ walk on the Angka nature trail. See the lush green forest area and feel fresh with the cool breath against your face. Then continue to Kiew Mae Parn Jungle Trail, 2,157 meters above sea level. Doi Inthanont is the primary water source of the Ping River in Chiang Mai, the main river feeding the agricultural area in the Northern part of Thailand.

Here’s also where you can learn and admire beautiful nature. Walking through the green forest with the fresh air is very pleasant here. The total distance is about 3 kilometres. It will take about 3 hours all the whole way. You will enjoy the walk and the beautiful nature of trees, ferns, waterfalls and more. You will soon get into the ample open space from the green forest with a lovely view of the mountains and the cool breeze of the viewpoints. Overlook view as the birds fly in the sky. On the walkway, the trail will lead you alongside the mountains area through Alpine Savanna. You may be lucky and have a chance to see Mainland Sero and Goral climb on the cliff. See the twin rocks of Kiewmaeparn with a lovely view for photos before walking back through the trail in the forest.

After that, we continued to Wachiratharn Waterfall, one of the waterfalls in the national park, before returning to the hotel.


 This trip is available only from early November to the end of May, and the trail will be closed for nature to reform.

Program Includes

All entrance fees are mentioned in the program.

  •  Transportation
  • Lunch
  • Drinking water
  • Refreshing towels
  • English-speaking guide
  • Accident Insurance

Price Excludes

  • Other expenses during the trip.
  • Optional tours that are not mentioned in the program

What to bring

  • Insect spray, Cash and a Picture of your passport.
  • A jacket or long sleeves (The weather on the top can be cold, especially Winter)
  • Walking shoes or comfortable ones for waking / Trekking shoes

What should you wear on this trip?

  • Dress and Shirt politely needed.
  • No tank tops or spaghetti straps.
  •  Long pants or skirt below the knees.
  • Socks or bare feet are allowed.

Weather tips

 November – February

During the Winter in Thailand, which runs from November to February, the temperature ranges from 5-12 degrees Celsius / 41-54 degrees Fahrenheit. It is essential to come prepared with appropriate clothing to stay warm. This period is considered the best time for travelling in Thailand due to the lovely and cool weather. The landscape is covered with blooming flowers and lush vegetation, which makes the biodiversity of birds and wildlife plentiful.


From March to May, it is summertime, with temperatures ranging from 28 to 33 degrees Celsius (82 to 91 degrees Fahrenheit). The hottest time of the year is April, when temperatures reach as high as 43 degrees Celsius (109 degrees Fahrenheit), and it is recommended to bring light and thin clothing, as well as a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen lotion.

June – October

This is the rainy season, with temperatures ranging between 18 – 25 degrees Celsius / 64 -77 degrees Fahrenheit. An umbrella or raincoat is recommended, and sandals or waterproof shoes are the best footwear options during these months.


  • This activity is not recommended for pregnant women, children under one year, and individuals suffering from any medical or physical disability.
  • To ensure seat availability, bookings must be made at least Two days before the tour date, before 8:30 pm during office hours. Only fully paid bookings will receive a confirmation with an attached voucher.
  • Please do not bring any unnecessary belongings or high-value items on the trip, as the company cannot take responsibility for any loss or damage.

Cancellation Policy

Please note that cancellations made less than two days before the trip will not be refunded, including no-shows and last-minute cancellations. This policy helps us maintain our competitive prices, as seats cannot be resold. Thank you for understanding.

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