The highlands of Thailand and Laos have very long been primary quarry for intrepid adventurers. Now, lively tour operator Indotrek is inviting tourists “to get a walk on the wild side” with a new itinerary that back links the two nations in between Chiang Mai, the cash of northern Thailand, and Luang Prabang, its counterpart in northern Laos.
Around the training course of 13 days, friends will plot an energetic training course through these landscapes in between the two urban centers. Lively factors of the adventure contain trekking, kayaking and cycling and highlights array from an ascent of Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s greatest mountain, to a bike experience through the well-known Golden Triangle—the region where by the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar converge.
Character-enthusiasts will appreciate the likelihood to trek through the Lao jungle with rescued elephants as their companions. Cultural enrichment, in the meantime, comes through encounters these as homestays in minority villages and encounters with saffron-robed monks. (Sounds good to us!)
The Chiang Mai-to-Luang Prabang journey is just one of 9 itineraries presented by Indotrek as element of its “Signature Series” of departures for 2020-21. Other adventures in the portfolio array from a multi-adventure exploration of Cambodia’s more remote locations to a south-to-north cycling odyssey in Vietnam in between the country’s southern hub, Ho Chi Minh City, and its cash Hanoi.
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