4 Days Chiang Mai Thai Organic Farmer Experience

Farmer Experience Chiang Mai

All About Your Trip

Start: 08:00 am – 08:30 am pick up from your Chiang Mai city hotel or from our office at 07:40 am.

Return: 04:30pm – 05:00pm to Chiang Mai city.

Outlined Itinerary

Day 1 Chiang Mai – Arrival – Doi Suthep Temple  

Day 2 Baan Jag Nak (Full of Elephants) Museum & Hot Spring with Massage with lunch 

Day 3 Full Day Learning Elephant at Elephant Nature Park (Elephant Conservation) 

Day 4 Chiangmai Departure

Day 1
Day 1: Chiang Mai – Arrival – Doi Suthep Temple

Arrive at Chiang Mai Airport (Flight TBA) where you will be met and greeted before transferring to your hotel in Chiang Mai. Nestled into the foothills of Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a sanctuary. The pace is laid-back, the landscape is picturesque and the much-celebrated traditional culture is ideal for sightseers, nature buffs and city connoisseurs. Beyond the wonderful historic centre of Chiang Mai is a dynamic and modern place with lots of down-to-earth charm. The city and surroundings can easily consume some time with sightseeing, holiday courses, outdoor activities and much more.

Visit Doi Suthep to visit Wat Phrathad Doi Suthep (built in A.D. 1384). It is 3,500 feet above sea-level, the most sacred temple in Northern Thailand, containing a holy relic of Lord Buddha, with a challenging flight of over 300 walking steps, flanked by enormous mythological Nagas. A panoramic view of the city can be seen from here.
Evening: Family home host with Local Thai Dinner
Experience with the local life in home stay host family Enjoy cooking and eating with the owner , which are cooked with local Thai food. Relax with a cup of tea or coffee.
Overnight at Thai Farmer Hut Home Stay

Day 2
Day 2: Baan Jag Nak (Full of Elephants) Museum & Hot Spring with Massage with lunch

Discover Thai culture through the eyes of a local.
09.00 AM: Depart to visit“Baan Jang Nak” is a northern language that means “elephant” and nak means “many”. Therefore, Ban Chang Nak means house of many elephants” inside the house there are elephants carved by a sala which means “ a very skilled craftsman” Ban Chang Nak is home to wide variety of artists’ performance and local Thai Lanna craftsmen. Masterpieces were expressed and created from magnificent imagination through meticulously wood carved elephants. Each elephant carving was elaborately carved into different gestures and expressions. It’s really worth the visit to appreciate the beauty of such valuable artworks that the artists expressed amazingly into wood patterns as if they were real. Ban Chang Nak Museum is a place, where artworks of SalaPhetWiriya, his friends, and disciples are exhibited. Elephant have been national animals of Lanna for ages and have close relationships with Sala Phet as well. Then continue to Sankamphaeng Hot Spring is the most popular with Chiang Mai visitors. The hot springs here are set amid landscaped gardens and shade-giving trees. There is a swimming pool, group tub rooms solo bathtubs for one. All are fed by hot spring water. The hot spring stream running through the center of the park has paved sides and allows people to dip their feet in.There is a stone tank nearby with spring water hot enough to boil eggs in. Vendors and shops sell chicken and quail’s eggs in bamboo baskets with handles for easy boiling. Relax with Thai Massage for 1 hrs. Lunch will be provide. After return back to Thai Farmer Hut Home Stay
Evening Family home host with Local Thai Dinner
Experience with the local life in home stay host family Enjoy cooking and eating with the owner , which are cooked with local Thai food. Relax with a cup of tea or coffee.
Overnight at Thai Farmer Hut Home Stay

Day 3
Day 3: Full Day Learning Elephant at Elephant Nature Park (Elephant Conservation)

(PVT: Round trip transfer & Join Activity) Pick-up Time: 08:30 A.M.
Elephant Nature Park – Full Day Visit (SIC)
Enjoy a full day visit to Elephant Nature Park including time at our special ‘Hands Off’ project. Observe our rescued elephants living in their chosen herds and learn a little about their individual histories. At the park, the elephants are free to interact and play in natural surroundings including the nearby river custom built pools, and mud pits. You will also have the chance to see our other rescued animals at the sanctuary, including buffalos dogs cats, horses, goats, and birds.
Your visit starts with a picturesque drive through rural countryside to our sanctuary. On the drive you will learn about our model of compassionate care at 0Elephant Nature Park and some of the stories of our rescued and orphaned elephants Guests to Elephant Nature Park can expect an unforgettable experience with elephants in a nurturing environment Observe elephants living in their chosen herds as they socialize, eat, and play.
By visiting our park you are helping to support our herd and future rescue missions as well as helping to secure a better life for elephants at our regional projects.

Activities
Feed the Elephants: Hand fruit and vegetables to the elephants from the viewing platform
Observe the Herds Take a walk around the park and observe the elephants in their chosen herds and learn about their stories and special needs
Lunch: Enjoy a sumptuous and varied vegetarian buffet of Asian and Western dishes.
Observe Bathing: Walk with your tour guide and the elephants to the river that borders the park.
Watch these gentle giants from the river bank as they splash around and play.

Observe Interaction: Observe the elephants socializing in their herds and playing in the mud pit or covering themselves with sand after bathing in the river

Visit Rescued Animals: Visit the Dog Project and learn about our rescued dogs and our dog adoption program. Visit Cat Kingdom and learn about our rescued cats. Visit other rescued animals at the park ‘Hands Off’ Project: Visit our new ‘Hands Off’ Project where the elephants roam freely as a herd, viewed from the skywalk
Return: At 3:30pm it’s time to say goodbye to the elephants before the hour-long drive back to Chiang Mai where you will be dropped off at your hotel/guesthouse
Baggage / Luggage Allowance: One small day pack per person.

What to Bring:
Hat, sunscreen, sandals/flip flops, shoes for walking, camera, bug repellent, refillable water bottle, (rain jacket in the rainy season, May – October).

Day 4
Day 4: Chiangmai Departure

There is no plan for the last day, you will have free time at leisure before transferring to airport for back home.

Tour price includes

  • Transfer with English Speaking Guide
  • Admission fee mention in the program
  • 3 Breakfast & 2 Lunches & 3 Dinner
  • 3 Nights at Farmer Hut Home Stay
  • Traditional Thai Massage at Mae Kampong
  • Private round trip transfer to elephant nature park & Join activities
  • Drinking water & Cold Tower

Tour price excludes

  • Insurance
  • Extra cost or missing tour caused by flight delay or cancel
  • Online Visa Fee for Myanmar: USD 50.00 p/pax
  • Other services not mentioned in the including
  • Balloons Over Bagan Service with extra cost.
  • International flight from/to Myanmar.
  • Personal expenses such as beverages, telephone calls, and laundry service, mini bar, etc

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4 Days Chiang Mai Thai Organic Farmer Experience