Private Tour: Hill Tribes and the Golden Triangle Tour from Chiang Rai
Start your full-day privately guided excursion to Mae Chan to visit the Yao and the Akha hilltribe villages from Chiang Rai. Your private guide offers you greater flexibility and a more exclusive experience. Drive on to Mae Sai, the farthermost northern border between Thailand and Burma, with its bustling market place. Buffet lunch is served.
- Instant Confirmation
- Private guide for a more personalized experience
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
- Lunch included
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
Drive on to the Golden Triangle area, where the borders of Thailand, Burma, and Laos convene, Visit the Opium Museum. Continue to the old city of Chiang Saen, dating back to A.D.1260 and set on the steep banks of the Mekhong river, opposite to Laos. Witness some magnificent ancient ruins and temples. Return to your hotel.
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Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.
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Chiang Rai Town Departure
Departs from hotels in Chiang Rai town area
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Chiang Rai Hill Tribe
- Private tour
- Local guide
- Transport by private vehicle
- Hotel pick up & drop off (selected hotels)
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Adult pricing applies to all travelers
Reviewed by: Gareth H, August 2014
This tour was amazing!
Reviewed by: Laura S, January 2014
From the moment we were picked up to the moment we were dropped off we were flooded with information, facts, stories and history. Our guide Suda was terrific. She was extremely outgoing, fun and super knowledgable. She made our time spent with the hill tribes so intimate, it felt as though we were a part of their family. We even got to go inside one of their houses! We were able to ask her so many questions, getting honest answers.
The only unfortunate part of the trip was the lunch. The food was not good, and catered to Western tourists. We would have loved real local spicy Thai food! But the rest of the day made up for it entirely.