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2 Weeks in Thailand – Adventure Posted by sasha on Oct 13, 2016
With two weeks to spend in Thailand, your options are plentiful. We’ve already taken a look at how you can fully dive into the culture of the country with two weeks there, taking in glittering temples, ruins of ancient kingdoms, traditional festivals, and more. Next, we’ll check out some ideas for a trip based around adventure…
Chiang Mai Jungle Trek (Part Two) Posted by sasha on Jul 27, 2016
The jungle trek adventure in northern Thailand continues with two more days. Visit a remote hill tribe village, become friends with elephants, and do a bit of cliff jumping to end the journey.
Chiang Mai Jungle Trek (Part One) Posted by sasha on Jul 25, 2016
Get out of the city and trek through the jungle in northern Thailand for an unforgettable adventure. Visit stunning hillside temples, relax by waterfalls, and sleep in a remote village on the first of a 3-day trek.
Jungle Trekking in Chiang Mai Posted by sasha on Jul 13, 2016
There’s much more to traveling in Thailand than relaxing on sandy beaches. Thrill seekers will be excited to find out that there are countless opportunities for adventure in the Kingdom of Smiles. From scuba diving at epic sites like Sail Rock, to tackling the 1,864 curves of the Mae Hong Son loop on a motorbike, there’s enough…
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.
Ko Tarutao National Park (Part One) Posted by sasha on Jun 23, 2016
Explore Ko Tarutao National Park in the far south of Thailand in this short video. Rent a mountain bike and head out to the former prison site, where 3,000 inmates were once kept.
Ko Tarutao National Park Posted by sasha on Jun 21, 2016
It’s hard to imagine, but it’s still possible to find a white, sandy beach all to yourself on a Thai island. Rather than compete with bucket-schwilling backpackers or selfie-snapping packaged tourists, here you can hike, cycle, spot wildlife, and just relax. You won’t find any chain hotels, knick-knack shops, or fast food restaurants here, either…