The highlands of Thailand and Laos have extended been key quarry for intrepid adventurers. Now, energetic tour operator Indotrek is inviting vacationers “to consider a walk on the wild side” with a new itinerary that backlinks the two nations involving Chiang Mai, the capital of northern Thailand, and Luang Prabang, its counterpart in northern Laos.
Around the class of thirteen days, company will plot an energetic class through these landscapes involving the two city facilities. Energetic factors of the journey incorporate trekking, kayaking and biking and highlights variety from an ascent of Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest mountain, to a bicycle experience through the popular Golden Triangle—the location in which the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar converge.
Mother nature-enthusiasts will recognize the possibility to trek through the Lao jungle with rescued elephants as their companions. Cultural enrichment, meanwhile, will come via activities this sort of as homestays in minority villages and encounters with saffron-robed monks. (Appears superior to us!)
The Chiang Mai-to-Luang Prabang journey is one particular of nine itineraries provided by Indotrek as element of its “Signature Series” of departures for 2020-21. Other adventures in the portfolio variety from a multi-journey exploration of Cambodia’s far more remote places to a south-to-north biking odyssey in Vietnam involving the country’s southern hub, Ho Chi Minh Metropolis, and its capital Hanoi.
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