Marvel and explore the neverending beauty found at Doi Inthanon National Park as you explore the entire park!
Visit Thailand’s national treasure, the Doi Inthanon National Park, which is also known as the “Roof of Thailand” where you will have the opportunity to get close to nature during your thrilling journey. The National Park that covers an area of 482km, features a thick lush tropical rainforest, waterfalls, a few trails and two chedis. It is located at a high elevation that ranges between 800 to 2655 meters, as part of the Himalayan mountain range. A visit to the Doi Inthanon National Park is perfect if you are looking for a short escape from the tropical Thai heat, as the average daily temperatures are below 15 degree celsius. Traverse through the tightly-packed jungle with the feeling of cool air touching your skin as you wander in Mother Nature’s creation. The smell of the invigorating mountain air calms the mind away from the worries of the city life. The Doi Inthanon is known to have a rich bird biodiversity which makes it the perfect spot for bird-watching enthusiasts to discover different breeds of birds. There is a total of more than 300 kinds of birds that have been documented to have resided in the national park.
Kick off your botanical journey through a stroll in the park as you head to a few stops at the national park. You will have a chance to see the majestic Wat Phra That Chom Thong that is filled antiquated treasures, waiting for you to be discovered. Marvel at the two chedis that stands proudly to commemorate the King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit’s birthdays, which was built by the Thai air force. The sight of the twin chedis being surrounded by lavish green trees is truly a magnificent sight to be admired! The upward traverse will lead to the summit, which is also known as the highest point in Thailand has the shrine that belonged to the late Chao Inthawitchayanon, who was one of the last few Kings. The former King of Chiang Mai was the one who initiated the preservation of the rainforest and hence, the park was named Doi Inthanon to honour him.
Replenish your energy by having a sumptuous lunch in a picnic-style while being surrounded by the glorious nature; a truly unforgettable nature excursion! Continue your jungle trekking along Michael’s trail where you will stumble upon the exotic flora and fauna. The vast national park is home to sphagnum bog, moist and dense evergreen cloud forest, dry evergreen, pine, mied deciduous teak and dipterocarp forests. You might stumble upon the uncommon sights of some plants along the trek and if you are lucky enough, you could even bump into the inhabitants of the park such as gibbons, deer and serows. On the way up to the summit, you will stop by the Wachirathan Waterfall for a quick dip in the splashing water. The majestic 80-meter cascade is the second major waterfall in the Doi Inthanon Park, where you can witness the formation of a cooling mist and rainbows produced by the splashing volumes of the waterfall. The spectacular scenic view of Doi Inthanon National Park is truly a sight to behold!
Cancellation within 30-22 days prior to the tour date: 15% of total package payment incurred.
Cancellation within 21-15 days prior to the tour date: 25% of total package payment incurred.
Cancellation within 14-8 days prior to the tour date: 50% of total package payment incurred.
Cancellation within 7-2 days prior to the tour date: 75% of total package payment incurred.
Cancellation within 48 hours or no show: No refunds.
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