Overview: Available Daily; North Thailand is a scooter and motorcycle paradise. It’s got scores of attractions, lovely forest, spectacular mountain scenery, pretty waterfalls, steaming hot springs, and many different ethnic hill tribe people, all concentrated in a relatively small area. North Thailand has a comprehensive network of roads both asphalt & dirt.
Overview: You will drive your scooter along a beautiful road which pass through the high hill, rush green jungle, fruit plantation and rice field. We will stop on the way to visit Sirikit Botanic Garden and the highlight is to walk on “Canopy walkway” Then visit the famous view point and have your lunch at Mon Cham and after that drive to Pong Kwao hot spring for mineral bathing Distance: 80 Kilometer
Overview: You will drive your scooter along a beautiful road which pass through the high hill, rush green jungle, fruit plantation and rice field. We will stop on the way to visit Tiger Kingdom, Sirikit Botanic Garden and the highlight is to walk on “Canopy walkway” Then continue driving along a mountain road and stop on the way to looks at the farm, rice field and Hip coffee shop. Last stop will be at Hang Dong Grand Canyon……..you be able to choose to swim at the water park or the natural simple pool, you can swim, lounge on a raft, or jump off the cliff. Distance: 105 Kilometer
Overview: You will drive your scooter along a beautiful road which pass through the high hill, rush green jungle, visit Chiang Mai most sacred temple, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep (1383 AD). The temple is located 16 Km’s from the city and 3,500 feet above sea level, you can see in panoramic view of Chiang Mai city. Then will drive further up to the Hmong hilltribe village to visit the Hmong market and flower garden as well as they farm and Hilltribes School hidden in the jungle. Test fresh ground coffee and If you are not too bore of the temple we will make one more stop at the hidden temple call Wat Pah Lad. Cool off at a few waterfalls on the way back to Chiang Mai. Distance: 65 Kilometer
Overview: Chiang Dao is said to be the only Thai district where all of the six main, ethnic hill tribe groups — Akha, Hmong, Karen, Lahu, Lisu and Yao — are represented. In addition to Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary, the district incorporates much of the vast Pha Daeng, as well as sections of Sri Lanna, national parks.
Overview: Doi Inthanon known as "The Roof of Thailand", Doi Inthanon National Park covers an area of 482 km² in Chiang Mai province north of Thailand. The park is part of the Himalayan mountain range, elevation ranges between 800 and 2565 meters with the highest peak at Doi Inthanon which is the highest mountain in Thailand. Due to the high altitude, the park has high humidity and cold weather all year round. The average daily temperatures are normally around 10-12 °C.