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Chiang Mai: 6-Hour Doi Pui National Park Summit Hike

1. Chiang Mai: 6-Hour Doi Pui National Park Summit Hike

After being picked up in the morning from your hotel in Chiang Mai city, you will head towards your local hiking adventure. 2 hours after beginning your ascent, you will reach Wat Doi Suthep at the 1,100 meter mark. Here you will start to traverse through highland jungle and the old Hmong Hill Tribe Village near the summit of Doi Pui which you will reach after your 3rd hour. After a hearty lunch at the village and an approximate 1-hour climb, you will tackle the summit of Doi Pui peak. Here we get to enjoy 180 degrees views of the Mae Ping Valley. The trip will be completed by a climb with a 30-minute downhill stroll to the Doi Pui Camp grounds ,where your ride back awaits you. Refreshed with cold drinks and snacks, you will then head back to the comfort of Chiang Mai, but not before making a stop at Wat Suthep to marvel at this rich temple which was built centuries ago in 1383.

Doi Suthep National Park: Beginner Downhill Bike Ride

2. Doi Suthep National Park: Beginner Downhill Bike Ride

This tour offers the most scenic and popular downhill mountain bike ride in Chiang Mai. Your day kicks off with transfer from your hotel at 9:30 AM and a comprehensive safety and bike fit-out briefing. After a 45-minute drive to the top of Doi Pui Mountain, you’ll take a short test ride to get comfortable with the equipment.   Finally ready, you’ll head off towards Hill Top Coffee Plantation along a small jeep track. If you’re a beginner, your guide will help you with your downhill riding techniques. Follow the track covered by spectacularly large tree canopies to enjoy the cooler temperatures before arriving at the first resting point. Take a break and maybe try a cup of local coffee as you soak in the mountain air and views! Home to the friendly Hmong Hill Tribe People, you will witness the rural living and farming in Northern Thailand’s mountains.   The second route you will take requires your full attention, as the wild growth of the forest hugs the track. For advanced riders, there are single tracks paralleling the moderately challenging jeep route to get their technical single-track fix (advanced riders know what I'm talking about!). There will be plenty of fantastic viewpoints for rest stops and lightly mixed terrain to challenge you as your ride continues down towards Lake Huay Tueng Tao at the base of the mountain. Arriving at the lake, you’ll enjoy a dip if you like, a well-deserved meal and amazing views of the mountain that just gave you an awesome 3+ hour mountain bike descent adventure. Then it’s time to head back to Chiang Mai, the lazy way: by truck, which will have you back around 3:30 PM.

Chiang Mai: Half-Day Ping River e-Bike Adventure

3. Chiang Mai: Half-Day Ping River e-Bike Adventure

Discover Chiang Mai and the Ping River in a unique way on an electric fat-tire bike. Ride over country paths, and admire rice fields, orchards and villages as you pass by. Depart from your accommodation, and make your way to the starting point in Nam Phrae, about 30 minutes south of the Chiang Mai old city center. At this point you'll pick up your comfortable fat-tire e-bike. Your experienced English-speaking guide will make sure that your day will be fun, safe, and unforgettable. Your 35-kilometer journey takes you through the beautiful scenery of Chiang Mai to the Ping River, passing interesting places along the way such as rice fields, orchards, and villages. Including some, but not too many, interesting stops. At the end of your tour, return back to the starting point to enjoy lunch (if you choose the morning ride option) or a snack (if you choose the afternoon ride option) before returning to your accommodation.

From Chiang Mai: Bike and Kayak Tour

4. From Chiang Mai: Bike and Kayak Tour

After your 8:30 AM pick-up directly from your hotel in Chiang Mai, relax as you travel in comfort up to the beautiful Mae Ngat Valley. As you arrive at the start point for your day of adventure, the amazing Ban Den Temple, located at the entrance of the valley, will come into view. The richness and variety of the shrines and Bhuddas here is truly inspiring.  Heading further into the valley by bike, pass through open rice fields with local farmers tending to their crops using traditional farming techniques. The ride is leisurely and the pace is just right, so when it is time to cool off, make a stop at a local produce market and see what's on the menu. Ready for a change of pace the kayaking leg of your adventure can begin, heading by water into the Mae Taeng Jungle Reserve. With the favorable currants of the river, paddle gently down the river listening to the pleasant birdlife around you. Only accessible by boat, you will find peace in this serene, quiet setting. Look out for a variety of bird and wildlife as you head to the south end of the Mae Ngat Valley. From the river bank, in a beautiful plantation setting,  find a cozy restaurant with a well-deserved meal and a cold drink waiting for you. 

From Chiang Mai: Mae Taeng Forest Full-Day River Kayaking

5. From Chiang Mai: Mae Taeng Forest Full-Day River Kayaking

Arrive at the Mae Ping River and recieve paddling instructions from your guide in your single or double kayak and after some practice, begin your river adventure. Enjoy the absence of modern civilization as you float contentedly through the Mae Taeng Forest. Get a glimpse of rural life and spot the occasional fisherman casting a net into the Mae Ping or a farmer herding water buffaloes. Pause and watch for native and migrating birds that thrive in this protected region. Enjoy lunch on the riverbank, then kayak to your final destination in the Mae Taeng Forest Reserve where a canopy of overhanging trees offers shade. 

From Chiang Mai: Private Mae Sa Valley Hike & Bike Day Tour

6. From Chiang Mai: Private Mae Sa Valley Hike & Bike Day Tour

Depart Chiang Mai and journey to the Mae Sa Valley region in approximately 1 hour. Arrive at the start point of your adventure on the outskirts of a hill tribe village, where you will commence a 2.5-hour hike. Start with a gradual climb as you trek past some village houses, surrounded by unspoiled jungle. Follow your experienced guide - and perhaps a few friendly dogs - on the 5-kilometer walk. As this is a local trail, there’s a chance you will encounter locals going about their everyday tasks. Discover a variety of flora and fauna, as well as a cabbage farm and another hill tribe village. Listen as your local guide shares their knowledge of the area and explains the customs of village life in northern Thailand. Stop at a picturesque waterfall for a picnic lunch of homemade Thai cuisine. Then, begin your 20-kilometer cycling trip from the waterfall, starting with mostly downhill rides along a sealed road. Turn off the main road to find yourself riding through village alleyways, rice fields and the rural roads of the Mae Sa Valley. Bike a few of the off-road trails to really get off the beaten track. End at the Orchid Farm, where you can freshen up and have a quick browse before the drive back to Chiang Mai for an approximate arrival time of 5:30 PM.

Chiang Mai: Cycle and Kayak Guided Tour

7. Chiang Mai: Cycle and Kayak Guided Tour

You will be transferred to the cycling starting point where your guide will provide you with a quick briefing and fit you with a 24-gear TREK 4300 model mountain bike and helmet. Cycle a 20-kilometer loop along rural roads through this scenic valley, where you will encounter mostly flat terrain and a few off-road sections along irrigation canals and rice paddies – authentic northern Thailand countryside. Then, you will enjoy a home-cooked Thai meal in a tropical garden, before swapping your bike for a kayak. You'll be transferred to the nearby Mae Ngat Dam in Sri Lanna National Park to begin paddling, where you'll eventually reach tranquil floating raft houses. Here you can choose to either have a drink (not included), relax on the deck, or swim around the raft house. Next you'll take a 15-minute motorboat journey back to the shore, followed by a short transfer to the adventure base, Le Cocotier Resort. Here you can relax and have a drink or take a shower if needed before being transferred back to your accommodation in Chiang Mai city.

From Chiang Mai: Chiang Dao Valley Kayaking

8. From Chiang Mai: Chiang Dao Valley Kayaking

Benefit from pickup at your hotel in Chiang Mai, and then take in stunning views of the countryside as you make your way towards the Chiang Dao mountain and Ping River. Gear up with the provided kayak gear upon arrival, and get basic tuition from an instructor about how to handle the boat on the water. Then, paddle on clear spring waters through the valley, and learn a few new tricks as you are greeted with beautiful vistas at almost every bend in the river. Soak up the relaxed pace of life as you encounter locals making a living by fishing and farming the land on the side of the river. Head back to Chiang Mai and get dropped off at your hotel on arrival.

Chiang Mai: Buffalo Soldier Trail Guided Mountain Biking

9. Chiang Mai: Buffalo Soldier Trail Guided Mountain Biking

The mtb tour starts at approx 1500m above sea level where you will descend through tea and coffee plantations along a quiet paved road before stopping off for a quick refreshment in a village coffee shop with stunning views of the valley below. For the less experienced mountain biker this is a great chance to get a feel for the bike and for the guides to review your ability and if needs be adapt the route to suit your ability. From the village you will ride through stunning scenery along dirt roads and single track passing through old growth rainforest as well as fruit farms before eventually reaching the bottom of the mountain in Mae Rim district where you will be taken to a lovely countryside cafe for lunch and refreshments before being taken back to your hotel. Various trail side snacks are also provided along the way. The variety of trails is fun for intermediate to more experienced riders. Beginner riders can attempt this ride if they’re up for a challenge. Experience the punchy hill climbs and have a blast with fast and flowy trails with just the right amount of technical riding for a fun ride. The Buffalo Soldier mountain bike tour is perfect for those looking to get the most out of their Chiang Mai cycling experience with a bit of everything.

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What people are saying about Chiang Mai Province

Amazing, honestly one of the best tours I’ve ever done and I’ve done a lot. We did the waterfall hike followed by the mountain biking (changed our tour when we got to the office which was no problem). The waterfall hike is tricky and you do need a certain level of fitness but well worth it. However the mountain biking was amazing. It was quite challenging but the guides (Denyall and A- might have spelt these wrong) were brilliant at getting you down as safely as possible. Constantly gave tips and advice and stopped regularly. Showed us local fruit (amazing tastes) and animals whenever they saw them and keep the energy up even as we were getting tired. We had two falls in our group and both times the guys took their time and made sure everyone was ok before carrying on. If you have a sense of adventure and are confident at biking, do the mountain biking. Such a good and interesting challenge.

What a great day! My wife and I were lucky to be the only guests on today’s tour and had a super day with our guide (Danai?) who was very knowledgeable, funny and spoke a very good English. We saw several temples, the Hmong-village, a waterfall and a lot of jungle and great views. For 100 bath extra per person we got to MTB the 16 km down the mountain and finished the tour off with a late lunch (around 4pm) in a great vegetarian place in Old Town. A good breakfast before the hike and a few power bars and cashews that we brought as snacks was plenty to keep us going all day. The hike is not for beginners in flip-flops but absolutely doable. The guide brings water and you can borrow comfortable bag packs. We highly recommend this tour! Go to Thailand now - they need you!

We’re a bit frustrated cause it seemed like all the tours just drive you to the summit or temple for the photo op and then drive you back down since we wanted to actually hike up the mountain but then we found this one and it was probably our favourite day in the north. Danai was super nice and you could tell that he loves nature and hiking. It was definitely a tough climb but soo worth it! You don’t only have amazing views if it’s not too misty but also hike through so many different types of forests. If you’re looking for a real hike off the paved roads then this is it. Thank you so much for an amazing day

Being over 60 and not super fit I was worried that it would be too much for me. But I had a great ride down the mountain. However, one person did not have the fitness level or the required skills and balance to ride the bike down the sometimes steep and slippery section. They had to be picked up by 4WD. I would suggest, consider you limits, but be willing to push them. Do this trip and be rewarded with a great ride down the mountain.

Great hike. Noodles and coffee at the top is great after a long hike