General Info

We are committed to organize all our treks by ourselves. We will not transfer you further to other tour companies. Therefore are we unable to predicting the group sizes until one day in advance of the tour starting. Our prices are listed per person regarding a full group with 8 participants.

The group size of treks will be maximum 8 people.

Treks with a group size of 6-8 people will have a villager assisting the guide to carry food to the village.

In case, you wish to have someone carrying your bag for your own comfort. Please let us know in advance and we will organize a local carrier assisting you. The cost is THB 300,- per person per day.

You will meet your guide one day before the trek embarks where he will explain you the most important parts of the trek as well as answering your questions. The day of departure your guide will pick up at the venue you are staying.

All our treks are covered with accident insurance and are registered with the Tourism Police of Thailand.


Meals on the trek are provided with a western style breakfast including toast, eggs, butter, jam, tea or coffee. Lunch is sometimes prepared in the village or served as a lunch pack wrapped in banana leaves in the nature. This may be sir fired noodles, fried rice or others followed by fresh seasonal fruit. In the evening you may try 3 different dishes of Thai or Karen food accompanied by locally grown rice.

If you are vegetarian, vegan or have special dietary requirements or allergies please mention it at time of booking!

You are welcome to observe pounding the rice to separate the grains from the husks. This traditional Karen method is hard work, but rewarding, because unpolished rice is very rich of nutrition and aromatic. You may also observe your guide or host family preparing and cooking meals over an open fire.

Water and soft drinks can be purchased at your own expenses in the village.

What to bring?

  • Hiking boots / walking shoes and socks
  • Sandals
  • Knee length shorts
  • Long trousers
  • Pullover/ fleece
  • Raincoat
  • Towel , sarong
  • Swimsuit
  • Camera
  • Torch
  • Toiletries
  • Toilet paper, sanitary items (ladies)
  • Insect repellent
  • Sun cream, sun hat, sun glasses
  • First aid kit, personal medication
  • Small rucksack (also available on request)
  • Sleeping bag (if you prefer your own)
  • About THB 1,000 in change for drinks, handicrafts etc. It is advisable to bring bank notes up to THB 100, since change is limited at the villages.

Mosquito nets, blankets and sleeping bags are provided at the village. Since it can get very cold in the winter time from November to February with temperatures dropping to sometimes 0ºC, we recommend you to bring your warmest clothes and a thermo sleeping bag.

Please dress modestly and appropriately at all times. It is suitable to where knee length shorts and Shirts covering your shoulders. At the waterfalls, villages and rafting camps are toilets where you may get changed.