Mae Klang Luang Trail Doi Inthanon National Park

Pa Dok Siew Waterfall - found along the Mae Klang Luang Trail

Doi Inthanon is one of Thailand’s most well know and well-visited national parks and is home to Thailand’s highest mountain Doi Inthanon. Doi Inthanon attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year, but most of these visitors only stick to driving the main highway to the highest mountain and to the easily accessible waterfalls and viewpoints along this route, only a very small fraction actually get off the main paved road to get deeper into the park to see what else Doi Inthanon offers. Most miss out on seeing the…

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What to do with your main luggage while on a trek

What to bring on a Chiang Mai trek

A frequently asked question from our clients who are departing on overnight treks from Chiang Mai. What should I do with my main luggage while on an overnight trek? If you are heading out on an overnight trek the last thing you want to do is bring all your holiday luggage with you, especially if it is in a large suitcase, as everything you bring you will have to carry! It is recommended that you only bring a small rucksack with the essentials, our trek details page we do detail…

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Chiang Mai Trekking Without Elephants

Barking Gecko trekking, biking and kayaking tours

As well as offering our own privately escorted tours, Travel Hub also offer our own privately escorted treks. All our own trekking trips are offered through our own trekking operation Barking Gecko Travel. You can find all Barking Gecko’s trips on the Barking Gecko website or on The Travel Hub website.  Elephant Friendly Many of our clients are choosing not to ride elephants or see elephant shows and many are already are preferring more quality time with elephants on an elephant care or conservation programme such as Patara Elephant Farm…

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