Chiang Mai – Eco friendly home stay



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CHIANG MAI – Eco friendly home stay

Chiang Mai is a city in mountainous northern Thailand. Founded in 1296, it was capital of the independent Lanna Kingdom until 1558. Its Old City area still retains vestiges of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious center. It’s also home to hundreds of elaborate Buddhist temples, including 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents. 

Chiang Mai is the hub of Northern Thailand, the old capital city of Lanna Kingdom, One of the most beautiful scenery cities: hills, mountains, stream, lakes, fields and waterfalls. Mysteries are in the valleys and mountains waiting for your discover.


Chiang Mais historical centre is the walled city. Inside Chiang Mai’s remaining city walls are more than 30 temples dating back to the founding of the principality, in a combination of Burmese, Sri Lankan and Lanna Thai styles, decorated with beautiful wood carvings, Naga staircases, leonine and angelic guardians, gilded umbrellas and pagodas laced with gold filigree. The most famous is Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, which overlooks the city from a mountainside 13 km away.

Modern-day Chiang Mai has expanded in all directions, but particularly to the east towards the Ping River where Thanon Chang Klan, the famous Night Bazaar and the bulk of Chiang Mai’s hotels and guesthouses are located. Loi Kroh Rd is the center of the city’s nightlife. The locals say you’ve not experienced Chiang Mai until you’ve seen the view from Doi Suthep, eaten a bowl of khao soi, and purchased an umbrella from Bo Sang those are important cultural icons for Chiang Mai residents. Ratchadamnoen Rd hosts the main Sunday night walking street market from Thapae Gate to the popular Wat Phra Singh.

Thing to Do

If you are feeling temple-out, there are a multitude of things to do in Chiang Mai.

  • Rafting – down the Mae Tang river is offered by several companies and can often be combined with elephant riding or mountain biking
  • Rainforest Canopy Walk – Thailand is now emerging as a world-class canopy tour destination.
  • Flight of the Gibbon, Mountain Biking, Rock Climbing, Motorcycle touring or the soft and relax activities as River Cruise or Thai Massage.

Chiang Mai is rich of unique & obvious festivals such Loy Krathong, Songkran, and Royal Flora Exposition.

Chiang Mai is a great place to shop. Sprawling markets during the day and night carry items from cheap trinkets to skillfully made local craft.

How to get there
You can go to Chiang Mai by plane, car and train.

Weather  tips!

November – February.
During the winter in Thailand, the temperature is between 5 – 12 degrees Celsius / 41 – 54 degrees Fahrenheit. You should come prepared with appropriate clothing. This is the best time for traveling in Thailand, due to the nice and cool weather. The landscape is covered with blooming flowers and lush vegetation which makes the biodiversity of birds and wildlife plentiful.

March – May.
This is summer time, the temperature is between 28 – 33 degree Celsius / 82 – 91 degrees Fahrenheit. The hottest time of the year is April, when temperatures can reach as high as 43 degree Celsius / 109 degrees Fahrenheit. Bring something light and thin to wear. Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen is recommended.

June – October.
This is the rainy season, the temperature is between 18 – 25 degree Celsius / 64 -77 degrees Fahrenheit. An umbrella or raincoat are recommended. Flip flops or thongs are the best shoes to wear during these months.

Chiang Mai Tour Program 4 Days 3 Nights / Homestay

Highlights of the trip.

You will experience with Chiang Mai exclusive tour program with Elephant Care and Sanctuary Program+ Chiang Dao Cave + Pha Plong temple + Tree House Chiang Dao, the small local community in Chiang Mai + Short Trek to the waterfall + Orphanage Hill tribe Kids School + Traditional Thai Massage.

Day 1- Chiang Mai Airport Transfer

Pick up at Chiang Mai Airport, continue to the hotel for check in. Relax by pleasure

Overnight at Chiang Mai : Hotel in Chiang Mai Town Area
Meal : — / — / —

Day 2 – Elephant Care and Sanctuary Program + Long Neck Village + Tree House Chiang Dao Homestay. 
 Pick up from the hotel in Chiang Mai At 8:30 am to Maetang area to meet your big and gentle friend. After the arrival, Change your clothes to be the uniform which prepared and now you are ready to be an elephant keepers. You will learn how to command, feeding, cooking some supplementary food for your elephant. Then walk along side by side in the jungle with your elephant and  enjoy with the lovely scenery of the lush green jungle . Have fun with elephants and get dirty while playing with your elephant. After that you are going to finish your day with the elephant bathing and swim in Mae Taeng River to refresh yourself and your elephant. Then returning to the camp, clean up and get ready to continue the trip with your unforgettable memory of your new big and gentle friend. Then visit the Long Neck Village see the incredible length of the ladies’ neck with maximum of 25-26 rings around their necks to present as the most beautiful lady in the village after that transfer to the Tree house homestay Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai area. Dinner in the local village with the local Thai homemade food and spend the night in the homestay.

Overnight at Chiang Dao : Tree house Chiang Dao Homestay, Chiang Mai.
Meal : Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 3 Trek through the forest with lush greenery and shady tree to the Waterfall + Traditional Thai Massage.
Wake up in the Tree House Home Stay and having breakfast. Then having a lovely trek in the forest area near by the village. See the lovely nature of the lush green trees and the locals people along the walk way. Passing the boarding school for the orphanage kids where there are the hilltribe kids spend their time study and look after each other as a family. Heading through the jungle and walk to the waterfall. Once when arrive in at the waterfall, it is time to relax and enjoy the fresh cool water which you could swim in. After swimming, having lunch from the local guide who prepare the meals in the local style by bamboo cooking. After lunch continue the walk back to the village, having a rest and taking Traditional Thai Massage 1 hr. and Dinner in local homemade food to make your day the best for the good sleep at night.

Overnight at Chiang Dao : Tree house Chiang Dao Homestay, Chiang Mai.
Meal : Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 4 – Chiang Dao cave + Phaplong temple + Den Sali Teak wood temple + Sticky waterfall + Drop off Airport
Wake up in the Tree House Homestay and having breakfast, then check out from the tree house and heading to Chiang Dao Cave. Explore the cave where once it used to be the place where the Burmese used to rest their soldier before attacked Chiang Mai in Mid 1400s AD. See the Buddha images in Burmese Style left in the cave and enjoy using your imagination of guessing the form of the stalagmite and stalactite in the cave. After the Chiang Dao cave, visit Pha plong Temple as the meditation area where you could find the peaceful atmosphere and lovely forest before visit Den Sali temple, one of the temple which from teak wood as well as the elaborate Thai art stucco and sculpture. Then visit Bua Tong Sticky waterfall  where you could climb on the limestone waterfall and have fun with the clear water. Then heading back to Chiang Mai.

Overnight at Chiang Mai : Drop off at Chiang Mai Airport (You choose book a flight in the evening time)
Meal : Breakfast / Lunch / —

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The price  : 14,900 THB/person (Private tour only. Minimum 2 persons.)
Tour duration    : 4 days 3 nights.
Type of the trip   : Private tour only. Minimum 2 persons.

Tour include. 

  • Pick up and transfer.
  • Transportation.
  • English Speaking Guide.
  • Elephant care and Sanctuary program.
  • Non Touristic trek for 4 hours Waterfall.
  • Traditional Thai Massage 1 hr.
  • Pha PLong cave Temple.
  • Chiang Dao Cave Temple.
  • Den Sali Teak wood temple.
  • Bua Tong Sticky Waterfall.
  • Accommodation 1 night in Chiang Mai City (3*)
  • Accommodation 2 nights at The Tree House Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai.
  • 3 Breakfast meals.
  • 3 Lunch meals.
  • 2 Dinner meals.
  • Accident Insurance.

Tour does not include.

  • Soft drinks or Alcohol drinks.
  • Tipping during the tip.
  • Your owner expenses during the tip.
  • Flight Ticket

What should you bring on the trip?

  • A camera.
  • A cap or a hat.
  • Insect spray.
  • Your personal medication.
  • Some jacket or long sleeves for the night in the Tree House, in case the night time.
  • Walking shoes or trainers for the trek.
  • Swimming suit or swimming trunk for swimming in the waterfall.

What will you get from this tour?

  • You will meet the elephant and spend you time and learn about the elephants.
  • You will visit Wat Pha Plong in Chiang Dao Area and spend the night in the Tree House in a big hug of the mountain.
  • You will enjoy short trek through the forest and may have chance to see the lovely wild birds.
  • You will see beautiful nature of the green forest during your stay in the Tree House.
  • You will visit the orphanage hill tribes school .
  • You will see waterfall and swim in in the waterfall.
  • You will have a chance to try the herbal sauna in the local style.
  • You will visit Den Sali Teak wood Temple.
  • You will visit Bua Tong Sticky waterfall.

What should you wear on the trip?
* You can wear shirts and T- Shirt on the day visit the elephant camp.
* You should wear the appropriate dress or polite one with sleeves and pants below the knees. No tank top or spaghetti straps in the monastery and the temple ground.


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