- Cultural exploration
- Ecotourism / Green travel
- Learning activities
- Medical tourism
- Outdoor & Adventure Activities - Air activities
- Outdoor & Adventure Activities - Land activities
- » 4x4 Off-road Driving
- » Rock climbing
- » Cave exploration
- » Paintball
- » Absailing/Rappelling, Bungy Jumping
- » Horse riding
- » Elephant riding
- » Trekking / Hiking
- » Cycling
- » Mountain biking
- Outdoor & Adventure Activities - Water activities
- Sailing and Cruises
- Self drive
- Spa and Wellness
- Weddings & Honeymoons
Thailand’s diverse terrain includes both developed and pristine areas that allow for a variety of outdoor land activities. Extreme activities such as paintball and bungy jumping exist closer to the centers of tourism, such as Samui and Pattaya, but there are many outdoor land activities that utilize the protected and still unspoiled regions of Thailand. Activities such as horse riding, elephant trekking, cave exploration, and rock climbing allow visitors to have fun while exploring the beautiful Thai countryside. 4x4 off road driving, mountain biking, and jungle trekking can take visitors into the most remote areas of Thailand in order to visit hill tribe villages and spot exotic and endangered wildlife. No matter what your level of activity, there are many opportunities for you to experience the great natural attractions of Thailand.
Slow travel for better holiday and environment
The show is on 09.40-11.30 Hrs. The show fee is 80 baht per person. The fee for Elephant riding are 1,000 baht for an hour and 600 baht for half hour.
Hotel Value Card เที่ยวทั่วไทยง่ายๆด้วยบัตรใบเดียว มูลค่า 15,500 บาท จ่ายเพียง 4,900 บาท
The Akah Hill Tribe hosts a Guesthouse, situated in the montains 23 kms outside Chiang Rai, 15000 m above sea level. The village is overlooking a majestic valley surrounded by tea plantations, rice fields, waterfalls and...
Travel 'The Other Thailand' with Isan Explorer tour company from Khon Kaen, Thailand. We offer unique slow travel Thailand tours in the seldom-visited Isan (northeast) region.