it is really a trekking trip? Is there a lot of walking?
Yes, this trip is really a trekking trip. We will walk about 5 – 6 hours per day.
Can you store luggage until the end of the trek?
Yes. You can keep your luggage at our trekking operator partner office. Please inform our tour guide on date of tour.
What to bring on trek ?
One pair of short pants
One pair of socks
A swimsuit *Please be aware that Thai culture is very modest and it would be best if bathing suits were not two piece or if a t-shirt is worn over a swimsuit.
A long-sleeved shirt and long pants (nights can be quite cool especially during the winter season of October, November, and December)
Walking shoes and sandals or flip flops
A towel or sarong
A raincoat (during the rainy season of June, July & August)
Personal toiletries, including toilet paper
Personal first-aid kit (bandages, etc.)
Cash in small change for drinks, snacks, and souvenirs
1 copy of passport ID page for insurance purposes
Can I trek during the rainy season?
Yes, but bring rain gear with you!
Will we reach the highest peak of Doi Inthanon?
No, we do not reach to the highest peak of Doi Inthanon, which is 2,565 meters above sea level. We will only be able to get about 2,300 meters above sea level on Doi Inthanon.
What is the overnight accommodation like?
You will stay in a bamboo cottage.
What type of food is served on the trek?
All of the food is local Thai cuisine, but we can make sure to provide vegetarian and halaal meals. Please let us know prior to your trip if you have special dietary requirements.
What are the overnight facilities during the trek?
Our overnight stay will be at a local village, with use of a basic toilet. We will provide mattress, blanket, and pillow. The night will be spent in candlelight, near a wood fire for warmth and light.