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A Chance to visit the famous Golden Triangle where the borders of Thailand, Burma and Laos meet! An early morning drive through beautiful scenery, with a stop at the Hot Springs at Maekajan, culminates in the chance to explore this place world-famous for its opium trade! Also visit The Opium Hall. The Opium Hall itself was an impressive, elaborate affair. And they prohibited pictures. We learned a lot, particularly about the history of Opium and the rather profound effect it has had on the course of history. Catherine promises to file a report about all of this later, and it's intriguing. Mae Khong River to the triangle made by Burma, Laos and Thailand at the confluence of the Ruak and Mae Khong River (For a small fee, you can also enjoy a boat ride to view the splendor of the mighty Mae Khong River/Optiona)l  Lunch at local restaurant. After lunch continue on  the Mae Sai, the furthest-most northern trading border between Thailand and  Burma,  On return journey stops are  made at The  Akha and Yao hill tribe villages.
Visit Doi Inthanond the highest mountain in Thailand with 8,514 feet above sea level. Tour starts with enjoying mountainous scenery on the way up to the National Park and preserved forest. Drive up to the peak, which has a cool climate all year round. The Air Force Radar Station as well as King Inthawichayanon’s stupa is located on the mountaintop. King Inthawichayanon, the last king of Chiang Mai, was concerned about the importance of forests and wanted to preserve the forests for future generations. He was so attached to the area that he asked that part of his ashes be kept here. Then continue to visit Phra Mahathat Napha Methanidon and Phra Mahathat Naphaphon Phumisiri , twin pagodas were built to commemorate the fifth cycle birthdays of King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit. Both pagodas share the similar bases as well as a two-level walking path that surrounds them. The pagodas enshrine Lord Buddha’s ashes and Buddha images, and overlook the magnificent scenery of Doi Inthanon. Then continue to visit Karen hill tribe village and the Royal Project. Lunch at Royal Project. Enjoy a short walk to visit Siriphum Waterfall. On the way back if time allows, visit Baan Ta-Wai (Hang Dong District) the new cottage industries village, producing wood carving, pottery and imitation antiques. Return to hotel.
Join Adventure Ecotours on an exhilarating ride through the rainforest canopy on zip lines and sky bridges in the mountains outside of Chiang Mai.   
Flight of the Gibbon Adventure Tour is a unique zip line canopy tour through pristine, 1500 year old rainforest outside of Chiang Mai, Thailand. 18 platforms, sky bridges and lowering stations connect 2km of zip lines that take you through different layers of the rainforest canopy.
You zip line easily from tree to tree on a spectacular and gradual downhill course, taking time to linger in your favorite places, soaking up the fragrance, clean air and animal life. Our safety team accompanies you and teaches you how to move through the trees with the speed and grace of a young gibbon.
It is a one day tour. You spend about three hours in the forest canopy on cables and bridges, one hour trekking along Mae Kompong waterfall, about one hour having time for lunch and visiting the village. Add 45minutes to one hour travel time each way. So allow 7 hours from pick up time.

It is also good to bring an open mind and a smile… Thailand vacations should be a thrill of a lifetime. Come on this one of a kind rain forest canopy adventure and take away a beautiful feeling…
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08.00 Pick up from your hotel in Chiang Mai Town with air-cond transport and take you to Thailand’s third highest peak.  There you will spend 3 hours, rigged securely, high up in the rainforest canopy, flying from treehouse to treehouse on ziplines. Afterwards, we provide a riverside Northern.
Thai set lunch and a spectacular waterfall trek.
After your trek, you are welcome to stay in the picturesque village of Mae Kompong where you can see traditional village craftsmen at work together with the famous Mae Kompong Waterfall. There is also a restaurant and coffee shop in the village where you can get refreshment for your ride back to your hotel.  Arrival your hotel in Chiang Mai around 14.00 p.m. 
(Or Pick-up time can be anytime between 05.45 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. – you will spend around 7 hours for this tour)
  ::Full day Elephant Trekking and River Rafting Chiang Dao Elephant Camp
An interesting journey through the scenic countryside brings you to Chiang Dao Elephant Conservation Camp. Here you to see elephants at work during a half-hour presentation. There’s also an opportunity to watch the elephants as they take their morning bath. For centuries these animals were trained to use their skills by moving lumber and served as a mode of transport within the jungle area. Over the past decade, with the reduction in lumbering, these giants of the forest have been protected in various conservation camps. During your visit to the camp, you’ll have an opportunity to ride on elephant back during a one hour trek into the surrounding forest.  After Thai set lunch at the camp, enjoy a leisurely cruise on a bamboo raft along a gentle river.  Return to hotel around 16.00 hrs.
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