Private Doi Inthanont National Park is The Highest Peak in Thailand.

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Type of the trip : Private tour (Minimum of two people to start the trip)

This price does not include VAT

 

The Highlight of the trip

Visit the highest peak in Thailand. Enjoy the panoramic view of nature and mountains. Hill tribe people who work for the King’s Royal Project and a lovely waterfall with water all year round.

Itinerary

Tour duration: Daily from 08:30 am – 5:00 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. See the beautiful scenic view and lush green nature forest area along the mountainous road up—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 peak 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” since then.

At the peak stand the stupa of the King among the cool climate in summer and cold in Winter. This place is a beautiful forest, and you can see beautiful birds. Near the stupa is a radar control station of Thai Lada Airfoce to keep control of the borderline between Thailand and Myanmar. After visiting King Inthawichayanont’s stupa, enjoy a 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 the Twin Pagodas for King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit of Thailand as the 60th birthday anniversary built by the Thai Lada Air Force and locals. Inside the pagodas, see the beautiful art about the Lord Buddha.

See a nice view, the small town below, and the mountain valley surrounding us. This is an excellent chance to take pictures if you wish. After the Twin Pagodas of the King and the Queen of Thailand, continue to the Hmong Hilltribe Market. See Hmong people who immigrated from the southern part of China to Thailand over 100 years ago. They used to cultivate opium until the King of Thailand spent his money to start the King Royal Project and change their lives to grow other winter crops and stop the cultivation of opium. The fresh products you’ve seen in the supermarket come from this place. Lunch en route and continue to “Pa ka Yor” or “Red Karen”, who immigrate from Myanmar. See the way of life and their beautiful weaving products before visiting the most beautiful waterfall, Wachiratharn Waterfall, with a powerful stream, and return to Chiang Mai.

Program Includes

  •  All entrance fees are mentioned in the program.
  •  Private Transportation.
  • Delicious lunch in the local restaurant.
  • Drinking water in the vehicle.
  • Refreshing towels in the vehicle.
  • English-speaking guide.
  • Free Accident Insurance.

Program Excludes

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

What to bring

  • A jacket or long sleeves. (The weather on the top can be cold, especially in Winter)
  • Dress and Shirt politely needed.
  • No tank tops or spaghetti straps.
  • Long pants or skirt below the knees.
  • Socks or bare feet are allowed.
  • Sunglasses. Sunscreen lotion and insect spray
  • Walking shoes or comfy shoes for walking.
  • Comfortable clothes and shoes for walking.

What will you get on this Tour?

1 You will see the highest peak in Thailand, 2,565 meters above sea level.

2 You will see the twin pagodas for our King and Queen

3 You will see the mountain’s beautiful view and cool breeze.

4 You will visit the Hmong Hill tribe market, the tribe that works for the King’s royal project.

5 You will visit the Karen Hill tribe village.

6 You will visit Wachirathan waterfall.

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.

March-May

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 in 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.

Notice

  • 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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