Off the Beaten Path Nature Trek 2D/1N

This is the perfect trek for nature lovers and for those looking to get off the beaten track.

Explore the remote regions of northern Thailand by hiking in the jungle, swim in pristine waterfalls and have an amazing cultural experience interacting with the local tribes in their villages.

Tour Highlights

  • Trek through the remote jungles of northern Thailand
  • Sleep to the sounds of nature in a jungle camp
  • Explore colourful and traditional tribal villages
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Tour Information


  • - 1 nights dorm-style in jungle camp
  • - Roundtrip shuttle Chiang Mai - trek start/end point
  • - 1 Breakfast, 2 Lunches, 1 Dinner
  • - Licensed English-speaking guide
  • - Medical insurance


Every Monday


Day 1: Chiang Mai, Thailand

After collection at your Chiang Mai hotel, the drive will commence to the mountains and jungle southwest of Chiang Mai.

A stop will be made before arrival at the local market. This is where the guide will be buying food supplies for the trek up into the hills. The drive will continue to the trek start point where we will commence the morning’s trek.

A filling jungle lunch will be had before continuing the trek into the afternoon. You will have time to take a break by the waterfall. Late afternoon can also be spent by the waterfall.

Your guide will prepare dinner and you can spend the evening enjoying the company of your fellow trekkers.

Day 2: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Mornings are usually quite fresh and cool up in the mountains so be prepared with some warm clothing!

The guide will prepare a simple but filling breakfast which you will eat at the jungle camp before embarking on day two of the trek.

The morning trek will last around 2 hours before you will take your lunch break. The trekking will continue into the afternoon to a Karen hill tribe village.

We will spend some time in the village learning about their culture and customs before boarding the transport for your drive back to Chiang Mai.

Important Note: Due to concerns regarding the treatment and welfare of captive elephants in Southeast Asia, we are no longer offering activities involving elephant rides or elephant trekking.