Indulge in a day trip to see the historic symbols of Thailand such as the old villages, streets, attractions and wildlife parks.
You will get a pickup from your hotel at Chiang Maia around 09:00 AM and will be dropped to the tour location.
Upon reaching there, you will get a chance to explore the orchids, the butterfly farm and interact with the local villages and get to know their daily life.
Visit the different hill tribe villages like, Akha, Meo, Lisu , Palong and Karen, which are known for its people who embed their necks with rings.
The Karens are known as the Long Neck tribe. Women put brass rings on their necks when they turn 5 or 6 years old and no. of the ring will increase every year until their necks become longer as a symbol of beauty. The tour does not mean to humiliate them but we take you to learn about their culture and live style which are different to us. (We have no intention to disgrace them)
Later, you will get a chance to visit the Chiang Dao Cave, located at the base of the Chiang Dao mountain, the cave houses a Buddhist temple, which is considered holy.
Get back to your hotels around 05:00 PM after winding up your tour.
Spend a day out cycling the Chiang Mai Countryside. The bicycle tour starts with a train ride from Chiang Mai to Lamphun.
Visit some historical temples in this ancient capital before biking back to Chiang Mai through the countryside and forested foothills.
From the historic Lamphun train station bike the quiet streets of the small city, which was once the capital of an ancient Mon Kingdom, to the famous Wat Phra That Hariphunchai.
From here start cycling across the countryside biking through villages, along canals and tree lined lanes.
Enjoy a simple Thai lunch in a village market. Then bike through paddy fields until we come upon the famous wood carving village of Ban Tawai. Meander on through country lanes and the foothills of Doi Suthep to a Beekeeping Center.
After biking up and down a few hills on forested lanes the tour arrives at the forest temple of Wat Umong before returning to the city of Chiang Mai.
Cycle from Chiang Mai’s city center up and over forested foothills to the valley beyond. This bike ride is for those who like a little challenge with a few small hills and one fairly steep, but short. Ride through forest and through country fields looping back partially along the same route to finish at Grasshopper’s Chiang Mai office.
This is a tour for those who want a little challenge and like riding hills. Biking out from Chiang Mai's old city through the campus of Chiang Mai University, the first stop is at the forest temple of Wat Umong. Cycling on over rolling hills we start our climb up Doi Gom, a steep but short climb.
After a little rest cycle down a winding road through forest to the valley of Sameong. The next stop is at the village temple of Ban Pong. Biking on through rice paddies and village lanes we eventually reach a Bee Keeping Training Center. From here we pedal back along the same route passing Wat Umong and then back to the Grasshopper Shop in Chiang Mai's Old City