Doi Inthanon National Park Tour in Dry Season – Doi Inthanon National Park is one of Thailand’s most beautiful protected areas and boasts a great diversity in flora and fauna. Today you will drive to the summit of Thailand’s highest mountain, trek through cloud forest near the summit, learn about the Hmong hilltribe and visit two of Doi Inthanon’s most spectacular waterfalls.
We will pick you up from your hotel for an early departure to Doi Inthanon National Park. Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain of Thailand (2,565 m). It was declared a national park in 1972. The park boasts the greatest diversity of forest types and bird species found in any single park in the country and has many beautiful waterfalls. We will drive up to the summit of Doi Inthanon where we will embark on a beautiful nature trail, the Kaew Mae Pan Nature trail. A local guide of the Hmong tribe will accompany us. Here we walk for a couple of hours through unspoilt cloud forest. When the skies are clear the views are magnificent.
Lunch will be at local restaurant. After lunch we will visit the two chedis that have been constructed here to honor the 60th birthday of the King and Queen. We will continue to the Vachirathan waterfall and
the Mae Klang waterfall. Along the way we will stop at the Hmong market where products from the Royal Project are for sale. Drive back to Chiang Mai. End of the program.
Due to weather conditions and other conditions on the ground we might have to adjust the itinerary of this trekking. If it is necessary to adjust the program we will always make sure that the quality of your experience and your personal safety are safeguarded.