Discover Doi Inthanon (from Chiang Mai City)

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day tour

Tour Level: Moderate

Tour Comfort: Standard

Tour Period: All day

tour highlights

  • Admire the natural beauty of Doi Inthanon National Park
  • Soak in the views from the summit of Doi Inthanon mountain
  • Learn about the history of the summit stupa
  • Observe the Vachirathan Waterfalls
  • Visit a hill tribe village & Chomthong town

tour details

Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s highest mountain towering 2,565 meters above sea level. You can visit Doi Inthanon National Park throughout the year but the best period for viewing waterfalls is May through November & it is ideal for viewing wild flowers from December until February. Whenever you go, you’ll enjoy fine views on the drive to the summit. Marvel at the summit stupa, which contains the remains of King Inthawidhayanon. You’ll visit Vachirathan Waterfalls, reachable by a short trail from the parking area. Vachirathan’s waters tumble down a granite escarpment, creating a beautiful misty veil. On your return trip, stop at a hill tribe village & the town of Chomthong, famous among Thai Buddhists for Wat Phrathat Chomthong with its the golden stupa & architecture of the ancient viharn. Pick up & Drop off at Chiang Mai city

tour description

Doi Inthanon is Thailand's highest mountain and towers 2,565 meters above sea level. Complex mountain ranges and a mild climate characterize an area with moist and dense summit forest which is the source of important tributaries of the Mae Ping River, one of northern Thailand's major waterways. Various streams descend, forming beautiful waterfalls throughout the park. Hmong and Karen hill-tribes inhabit the park. Visiting the Doi Inthanon National Park is possible throughout the year. The best period for viewing waterfalls is May through November. The best period for viewing wild flowers is December through February. The best period for ornithologists is November through March. The drive to the summit offers some fine views, especially during November and December, before the dry season haze has become well established. On your visit to the summit stupa containing the remains of King Inthawidhayanon, be sure to read the English translation on the back of the marble plaque nearby. Photographing any part of the radar station is forbidden, but visitors may take pictures freely of any other subject. Visit Vachirathan Waterfalls, which are reached by a short, easy trail from the parking area. Vachirathan waters tumble down granite escarpment, creating a misty veil of great beauty. On our return trip, we will stop at a hill-tribe village and the small town of Chomthong, famous among Thai Buddhists for its temple: Wat Phrathat Chomthong. Spend time admiring the golden stupa and the architecture of the ancient viharn (the main building housing the Buddha statues).


Transfer included: Yes, Pick up / drop off from hotels out of town at surcharge
Meals included: Lunch
    Tour code: CNXITDIT1

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