Family Package 7 Days 6 Nights

Canopy Walkway
Pang Oung
Washi Rathan Waterfall
Chiang Mai Night Safari

Overview: Embark on an extraordinary package tour that begins and ends in Chiang Mai, promising an exhilarating adventure for the whole family. Prepare to encounter a series of thrilling experiences that will create cherished memories to last a lifetime. Start your journey at the Chiang Mai Night Safari, where you can immerse yourselves in the excitement of encountering wild animals up close. Witness the majesty of these creatures in their natural habitat, providing a thrilling experience for all. Continue the adventure at Phoenix Adventure Park, where you can swing and hang from slings, soaring through the lush forest. Feel the adrenaline rush as you navigate through the treetops, embracing the thrill of this unique aerial experience. Explore the stunning natural beauty of Doi Inthanon National Park, reaching the highest point in Thailand. Marvel at the breathtaking landscapes that surround you, offering a glimpse of nature’s grandeur and serenity. Throughout your journey, indulge in the incredible flavors of Thai cuisine, sampling a variety of delicious dishes that will tantalize your taste buds. Let your family savor the authentic flavors of Thailand, enhancing your travel experience. Walk along the Sutongpe Bridge, the longest bamboo bridge in Thailand, and immerse yourselves in the tranquil beauty of rural agriculture. Observe the lifestyle of local farmers as you stroll amidst the picturesque rice fields, connecting with the rural charms of the region. Delight in the captivating Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, where you can explore the Sky Walk, a canopy walkway that stretches over 400 meters and stands 20 meters high. Take in the stunning views and immerse yourselves in the diverse flora and fauna that thrive in this remarkable garden. This family package tour offers a perfect blend of excitement, natural beauty, and cultural exploration. It promises an unforgettable adventure that will leave your family with cherished memories and a deeper appreciation for the wonders of Chiang Mai and its surroundings.


Upon your arrival at Chiang Mai airport, you will receive a warm meet and greet from our friendly staff. We will be there to welcome you and assist you with your transfer to the hotel. Our team will ensure a smooth and comfortable journey to your accommodation, allowing you to start your Chiang Mai experience on a positive note.

Your day starts with a pick-up from your hotel in Chiang Mai. With anticipation and excitement, you embark on a journey to Chiang Mai Night Safari, situated approximately 12 kilometers outside the city. As you leave the urban hustle behind, the anticipation of encountering wildlife in their natural habitat builds up. Arriving at Chiang Mai Night Safari, you are greeted with a plethora of wildlife species waiting to be explored. The park is known for its captivating wildlife tours and nocturnal adventures. The experience is made safe and enjoyable for visitors through the provision of trams and other equipment to observe the animals without disturbing them. As the sun sets, you board one of the trams, and the nocturnal adventure begins. The darkness amplifies the thrill of the experience as you traverse through the park, witnessing the predator animals like lions and tigers in their element. The guide provides fascinating insights into the behavior and habits of these magnificent creatures, making the tour both educational and entertaining. After an unforgettable experience and a deep connection with the wildlife, it’s time to head back to your hotel. The return journey allows you to reflect on the magical moments you just witnessed and cherish the memories of this unique wildlife expedition.

As the sun rises on the second day of your family trip, you venture to a local fresh market in Chiang Mai to immerse yourselves in the vibrant Thai culinary culture. The market is a treasure trove of colors, flavors, and aromas, offering a vast array of fresh ingredients essential for the Thai dishes you will be learning to cook today. Your enthusiastic cooking teacher leads you through the market, explaining the significance of each ingredient and their benefits in Thai cuisine. You get to learn about the different herbs, spices, and vegetables used in traditional Thai dishes, gaining valuable insights into the country’s rich culinary heritage. Excitement builds as you select and purchase the freshest ingredients for each type of Thai food you will be preparing. The teacher imparts wisdom on how to discern the best quality produce and how to incorporate them into your dishes back home.

With your baskets filled, you make your way to the Thai cooking school, where the adventure of flavors continues. You prepare all the ingredients under the watchful eye of the experienced teacher, ensuring that each step is done correctly to bring out the authentic taste of Thai cuisine. Armed with your own equipment and stoves, you dive into the cooking process, guided and supervised by the teacher at all times. The aroma of spices fills the air as you chop, stir, and simmer, and you can’t help but feel a sense of accomplishment as the dishes come together beautifully. After the cooking session, it’s time to savor the fruits of your labor. The family sits down together to enjoy the delightful feast of Thai dishes you’ve prepared. The experience of cooking and sharing the food strengthens the bond among family members and leaves everyone with a sense of pride and accomplishment.

With your appetites satisfied, the adventure continues as you head to Bo Sang Umbrella Village. The village is renowned for its traditional handmade umbrellas, made from satin, cotton, and mulberry paper. The colorful and intricately designed umbrellas have garnered popularity among both locals and tourists. During your visit, you have the opportunity to witness the traditional umbrella production processes, from making mulberry paper to crafting paper lanterns. The artisans graciously share their skills, and you get to try your hand at drawing patterns on umbrellas, paper fans, and lanterns, letting your creativity flow. As the day draws to a close, you return to your accommodation in Chiang Mai, reflecting on the wonderful experiences you’ve had together as a family. The cultural immersion and shared adventures have made this trip a truly memorable one. Excited for what tomorrow holds, you settle in for another restful overnight stay in Chiang Mai, cherishing the memories made on this incredible journey.

On the third day of your family trip, you leave Chiang Mai behind and head to Mae Rim District for a day filled with nature and adventure. Your first stop is the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, a haven for plant enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. The garden is dedicated to conserving and gathering a wide variety of plants, categorized according to their genus, and grown in a way that closely mimics their natural habitat. As you stroll through the garden, you are greeted by a stunning display of plants from all around the world. The colors, scents, and textures of the flora create a mesmerizing tapestry that showcases the wonders of nature’s diversity. To add to the excitement, you embark on the Sky Walk, a canopy walkway that stretches over 400 meters and stands over 20 meters high. Walking on the Sky Walk, you get a unique perspective of the forest and its inhabitants below, and some sections of the walkway even feature clear glass flooring for an adrenaline-pumping experience.

Leaving the serene botanical garden, your next destination is Phoenix Adventure Park. Here, you and your family will be thrilled by a range of exciting challenges set amidst the treetops. From zip-lining to crossing the monkey bridge through a waterfall, every adventure at the park pushes your capacity for fun and excitement. The park offers various activities, and everyone can choose the ones that best suit their thrill-seeking desires. Rest assured, all activities are conducted with the highest safety standards, using reliable systems imported from abroad.

Continuing your journey, you head towards Pai district, a scenic drive along the historic World War II road. The road takes you through numerous sharp curves as it winds up and down the hill, offering breathtaking views of the picturesque mountains that surround the area. Upon reaching Pai, you immerse yourself in the local lifestyle by exploring the lively walking street. The street comes alive in the evening, and you can leisurely walk through the bustling market filled with handmade products, clothing, jewelry, baskets, and a variety of souvenirs. The vibrant atmosphere invites you to try various Thai and international dishes from the many restaurants lining the street. The walking street remains open until midnight, allowing you to savor every moment of your time in Pai. After a day filled with adventure, nature, and local experiences, you retreat to your accommodation in Pai for a restful overnight stay, eagerly looking forward to the adventures that await on the following day.

On the fourth day of your family trip, you begin your day by visiting Doi Kiew Lom Viewpoint, a renowned spot among both Thai and foreign visitors. The viewpoint offers breathtaking vistas of a sea of mist that gathers in the valley, creating a mesmerizing and ethereal sight. The surrounding landscape is adorned with colorful flowers, adding to the natural beauty of the area. From there, you move on to Tham Lod Cave, one of the most significant archaeological sites in the region. The cave features a stream called “Lang” that flows from one end to the other, creating a wondrous underground world adorned with stalactites and stalagmites. As you explore the cave, you have the chance to see and touch antique tools and utensils from early civilizations, dating back over 2,000 years. It’s a fascinating experience to witness the history hidden within the depths of the cave. Besides marveling at nature’s splendor, there are exciting activities to partake in at Tham Lod Cave. You can opt for a thrilling bamboo rafting experience inside the cave or take a short trek around the cave to further immerse yourself in the natural surroundings.

Next, you visit Ban Ja Bo Village, home to the Lahu hill tribe. The Lahu people have an intriguing history, originally originating from Tibet and later migrating to different regions over the centuries, eventually settling in the north of Thailand. Their village is perched on a ridge surrounded by the stunning beauty of mountain scenery. The Lahu people have a simple way of life, preferring to build their villages on high land and valuing a peaceful and spiritual existence. Agriculture, particularly rice farming and corn planting, forms their main occupation, alongside raising animals for consumption. The Lahu are also known for their hunting skills. Welcoming and friendly, the Lahu tribe adapts well to visitors, even those from different cultures and languages. As you explore the village, you are greeted warmly, and you get the opportunity to witness their traditional customs and way of life. Continuing your journey, you head to Mae Hong Son, where you’ll transfer to your hotel and stay overnight. Mae Hong Son offers more wonders to explore, and the experiences from today have surely deepened your appreciation for the rich cultural and natural diversity of Thailand. Excited for what awaits on the next leg of your journey, you settle in for a restful night in Mae Hong Son.

On the fifth day of your family trip, you start with a visit to Wat Phra That Doi Kong Mu temple, an essential place of worship in Mae Hong Son. Perched on top of Kong Mu Mountain, the temple comprises two pagodas of different sizes. The larger one was built by “Chong Thong Su” in 1860, while the smaller one was constructed by “Phraya Singhanatracha” in 1874. The hilltop location offers panoramic views of the town, surrounded by the enchanting beauty of mountains and valleys. Next, you explore two more temples in the area, Wat Chong Kham, and Wat Chong Klang, both located near the big swamp. These temples feature stunning Burmese-style architecture and house the revered Buddha image, Luang Paw To. Wat Chong Klang boasts an impressive display of Burmese wood carving dolls and large glass paintings depicting Buddhist history.

Continuing your journey, you visit the Su Tong Pae Bridge, the longest bamboo bridge in Thailand. It connects Suan Tham Phusama Temple and Kung Mai Sak village, crossing over picturesque paddy fields and canals. The bridge’s classic beauty against the lush greenery in the rainy season and the golden hues in winter create a memorable experience for visitors. Next, you head to Baan Rak Thai, also known as Mae Aw, a captivating village with a distinct blend of Thai and Chinese cultures. This hidden paradise is situated near the border with Myanmar, surrounded by lush tea plantations and misty hills, creating a serene and tranquil atmosphere. Originally settled by Kuomintang Chinese soldiers and their families who fled to Thailand in the late 1940s, Baan Rak Thai boasts a fascinating history. Today, it has become a charming hillside community known for its tea cultivation, producing high-quality oolong tea enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. Travelers visiting Baan Rak Thai can explore the emerald-green tea plantations, stroll along the village’s narrow pathways, and savor traditional Chinese-inspired dishes in local eateries. The area’s cooler climate makes it an ideal spot for relaxation, and visitors can enjoy the stunning reflections of the surrounding hills on the tranquil lake at sunrise and sunset.

As the day unfolds, you venture to Shan village, also known as Baan Ruam Thai or Pang Oung. This serene village is nestled in a rugged mountain range and features a large lake that has earned the nickname “Switzerland in Thailand” due to its breathtaking scenery. Surrounded by pine forests and colorful winter flowers, the village experiences cool weather throughout the year. The sight of the pine forest embracing the spacious reservoir, with fog floating above the lake in the morning, is truly captivating. This peaceful and idyllic atmosphere, combined with the allure of the surrounding nature, makes Baan Ruam Thai a destination that captivates visitors all year round. With memories of the day’s enchanting experiences etched in your heart, you return to your accommodation in Mae Hong Son, where you will stay another night. The journey has been filled with cultural discoveries, natural wonders, and heartwarming encounters, creating a perfect family adventure in Northern Thailand.

On the sixth day of your family trip, you bid farewell to Mae Hong Son and embark on a picturesque journey to Doi Inthanon National Park. As you traverse through numerous sharp curves up and down the hills, you are treated to awe-inspiring views of the beautiful mountains that surround the region. Reaching Doi Inthanon, you stand atop the highest peak in Thailand, soaring at an impressive altitude of 2,565 meters above sea level. Doi Inthanon is part of the Thanon Thongchai Mountain range, which stretches from the Himalayas, encompassing countries such as Nepal, Bhutan, and Myanmar. The diversity of climate and forest in the area allows you to experience rainforests, pine forests, and mixed forests at varying elevations. At the peak, you are rewarded with a breathtaking panoramic view that showcases the beauty of the surrounding landscape. The cool weather, picturesque scenery, and lush forests make Doi Inthanon a charming destination that attracts visitors from all over the world.

Next, you visit the Twin Royal Pagodas, Napamethanidol, and Napapolpumisiri, situated atop a high hill in Doi Inthanon National Park. These pagodas were constructed by the Air Force in collaboration with people from all over Thailand to honor the 60th anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Rama 9 in 1987 and to commemorate Her Majesty Queen Sirikit on her birthday, August 12, 1992. The surroundings of the pagodas are adorned with winter flower gardens and various plants, adding to the beauty of the area. The cool weather prevailing throughout the year provides a comfortable ambiance, and the panoramic views from this vantage point are considered some of the most beautiful in Chiang Mai.

Continuing your exploration, you visit Wachirathan Waterfall, a magnificent single-tiered waterfall known for its outstanding beauty. The waterfall stands tall at 70 meters and flows all year round, making it one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand. During the rainy season, the cascading water often catches the sunlight, creating mesmerizing rainbows in the area. Your journey continues to the Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon, a research station for winter plants. The station conducts research on flowers, ornamental plants, vegetables, fruits, and highland fisheries. It also plays a crucial role in promoting fundamental development, social development, and forest watershed conservation. The station contributes to the income generation of hill tribe farmers’ families residing in the surrounding villages. As the day draws to a close, you return to Chiang Mai, the vibrant city that has offered you an incredible array of experiences. You transfer to your hotel and stay overnight, reflecting on the wonders of nature and cultural richness you’ve encountered throughout this amazing family trip. Tomorrow marks the end of your journey, and you carry with you cherished memories that will last a lifetime.

Your journey in northern Thailand has come to an end; it is now time to bid farewell. Our team will transfer you and your family to Chiang Mai Airport for a safe journey home, and this is the end of our services.

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