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DOISTER HARD TREK

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Enjoy a fun and adventurous trek around Mae Hong Son. Be amazed by the breathtaking views along the trails you pass. Finally, relax and soak in the hot springs.

Itinerary Trip

5 Days 4 Nights

Day 1

  • Pickup tourists from Mae Hong Son town to the starting point.
  • Start trekking 7 kilometers to Doi San Fa viewing point.
  • Lunch
  • Continue trekking 2.5 kilometers to Ban Huai Hee
  • Check-in at the homestay
  • Dinner
  •  Leisure time

Day 2

  • Wake up
  • Breakfast
  • Departure from the homestay to Doi Pui Luang, 3 kilometers by 2 pickup trucks, and then continue trekking
    for a distance of 3 kilometers.
  • Lunch
  • Continue trekking 4.5 kilometers
  • Check-in at the homestay
  •  Dinner
  •  Leisure time

Day 3

  • Wake up
  • Breakfast
  • Departure from the homestay to Ban Huai Kung Kao, a distance of 5.5 kilometers
  • Lunch
  • Continue trekking 5.5 kilometers to Ban Huai Tong Ko
  • Check-in at the homestay
  • Dinner
  • Leisure time

Day 4

  •  Wake up
  • Breakfast
  • Departure from the homestay to Ban Huai Kung, a distance of 5 kilometers
  • Lunch
  • Continue trekking 4 kilometers to the homestay
  • Check-in at the homestay
  • Dinner
  • Leisure time

Day 5

  • Wake up
  • Breakfast
  • Departure from the homestay to Pha Bong Dam, a distance of 5 kilometers
  • Lunch
  • Continue trekking 3 kilometers to Pha Bong Hot Springs.
  • Transfer tourists back to Mae Hong Son town

FARM ACTIVITIES

SHUTTLE SERVICE

FOOD/SNACKS ARE AVAILABLE.

CAFE'

LOCAL GUIDE

LIFE JACKETS ARE PROVIDED

KAYAK/BICYCLE ARE AVAILABLE

ACCOMMODATION

CAN SET UP TENTS

REST ROOMS SERVICE

SUITABLE FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE

CARBON OFFSETTING

  • The amount of greenhouse gas emissions per person equal to 30.1 Kgco2 eq
  • There is carbon credit compensation in 2023, there will be 4 tons for 100 tourists who are expected to visit the area throughout the year.
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