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South Thailand Adventure Posted by sasha on Oct 25, 2016
After a week of jungle trekking, making friends with elephants, zip-lining, and motorbiking in the north, our Thai adventure heads to the south. In Part Two, we visit the rock-climbing mecca of Tonsai and a former prison at Ko Tarutao National Park. Climbing, hiking, cycling, kayaking, and so much more:
North Thailand Adventure Posted by sasha on Oct 18, 2016
While Thailand may be known as a place you go to relax on a tropical island, there’s a lot more to do than sit on the beach here. Adventure travelers will find a wealth of options, especially in the north. Jungle trekking, epic motorbike trips, zip-line courses, and elephant camps are just a few. Check out highlights from…
Ko Tarutao National Park (Part Two) Posted by sasha on Jun 28, 2016
Explore more of Ko Tarutao national park in this short video. Take a boat through the mangroves to the Crocodile Cave, hang with monkeys, and take a hike up to the cliff for awesome views.
MHS Loop Part Three – Exploring Soppong Posted by sasha on Jan 22, 2015
Get off the bike for a few days and explore Soppong in northern Thailand. From simple hikes around the river, to a multitude of caves, to trekking through ethnic minority villages, there’s tons to do here.
Caving and Trekking in Soppong Posted by sasha on Jan 19, 2015
A few days into the famed MHS motorbike loop of Northern Thailand, we were ready to get off the bikes for a while. The first day took us from Chiang Mai, through Doi Inthanon National Park, to the small town of Mae Chaem. Next up was another long ride up to Mae Hong Son, where…
MHS Loop Video Part Two Posted by sasha on Jan 12, 2015
Check out the town of Mae Hong Son and its many beautiful temples, then jump on the bike and cruise to Soppong. Along the way, stop at a waterfall, mud spa, and fish cave.
MHS Loop Highlight Video Posted by sasha on Dec 17, 2014
Ride the 1,864 curves of the famous MHS loop in northern Thailand in this exciting travel video. Visit national parks, caves, hill tribe villages, stunning Buddhist temples, and then party it up in Pai. This trip was done over 10 days, with the 11th day simply spent on the bike heading back to Chiang Mai.