General

Day 1: 7 a.m. departure from Chiang Mai. The journey by pick-up truck takes 1 ½ hours. Walk for 1 hour to a small Hmong village. Walk further through the villager’s fields for 40 minutes. During the next walking distance of about 3 ½ hours you will pass a huge naturally grown bamboo trees and reach the Mae Pui Waterfall. You can relax and swim for about 1 hour and have at lunch. Walk through the villager’s paddy fields for about 1 ½ hours to the Karen village called Huay Hoi village. Before dawn you can wander through the village and observe traditional Karen life including how dinner is prepared. Your hosts will cook original Karen food and your guide a Thai meal which is share. Later in the evening your guide will explain you Karen life and give you other general information. You will sleep in a traditional bamboo house.

Day 2: 7:30 a.m. breakfast is served. 9 a.m. start hiking for about 2 ½ hours through nature and enjoy lunch in the paddy fields for about 1 hour. Walk further for about 3 hours to the Karen village Khun Pui village. You will sleep at the side of Khun Pui river.

Day 3:7:30 a.m. breakfast is served. 8:30 a.m. start walking for about 2 hours to a small waterfall where you can swim. Walk 1 hour until you will have lunch picnic in the forest. Walk further for about 1 ½ hours to the pickup truck. Your drive back to Chiang Mai will take about 1 ½ hours.

Included: English and Karen speaking guide, transportation, insurance, lunch, fruit and lodging

Prices according to the amount of people in a group:

1 person: THB 12,000

2 people: THB 6,500 per person

3-4 people: THB 5,000 per person

5-6 people: THB 3,500 per person

7-8 people: THB 3,000 per person

Please do not hesitate to contact us to inquire if more travelers are joining a group.

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Mae Wang district is located south-west of Chiang Mai. It is a mountainous region and borders Doi Inthanon National Park.

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