Thailand, affectionately known as the "Land of Smiles," is a travel destination that seems to have it all. A blend of stunning landscapes, rich history, delectable cuisine, and vibrant culture. We pride ourselves in taking you off the beaten track to discover the heart of this alluring country.

Snapshot of Thailand Adventure Travel

The southern islands of Thailand are undeniably top destinations for beach lovers. From the iconic limestone cliffs of Phi Phi Islands to the full moon parties on Koh Phangan. Bangkok, the bustling capital, is an exhilarating mix of the ancient and the modern. From the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew's glittering spires to the lively street markets of Khao San Road, it's a city that never sleeps.

However, these iconic destinations are only the tip of the iceberg of what Thailand has to offer. If you are longing for an experience away from the crowds, Northern Thailand is the place to be!

Northern Thailand, with its lush landscapes and rich cultural tapestry, is a treasure trove for adventure seekers. The region is characterized by its misty mountains, dense forests, and traditional hill tribes, making it a vastly different experience from the beach-laden south. One of the most exhilarating ways to experience Northern Thailand is aboard a tuk-tuk. These motorized rickshaws, with their distinct engine roar and open sides, offer an unfiltered view and feel of the Thai streets.

We offer you the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of immersing yourself in the rhythm of Thailand on a multi-day tuk-tuk adventure. Imagine navigating winding roads in a tuk-tuk, stopping at small villages, temples and other attractions along the way.

Chiang Mai is considered the cultural capital of Thailand. The area doesn't disappoint when it comes to attractions. There's a never-ending list of interesting sites and activities including temples, white-water rafting, jungle trekking, zip-lining, and elephant sanctuaries. Northern Thailand, with its tuk-tuk adventures, is not just a destination; it's a story waiting to be lived.

Thailand Travel FAQs

The cool and dry period between November and early April is considered the best time. However, even during the monsoon season (July to October), travel can be enjoyable with fewer crowds.

The official currency is the Thai Baht (THB).

Our Tuk Tuk tours have the option of being chauffeured or self-driven. If you want to drive your own tuk-tuk, you will need to have a valid licence from your own country.

Tuk-tuks are generally safe and easier to operate than normal vehicles. You'll have a short, driving lesson to get you comfortable before setting off.

The elephants that are visited on our tuk-tuk trips live at a sanctuary. This is an ethical and educational stop to learn about the animals and the purpose of this 'Elephant Home'. No riding is allowed and the interaction is monitored by the keepers.

Many nationalities can enter Thailand without a visa for stays of up to 30 days if arriving via an international airport. However, visa policies can change, so always check with the Thai embassy or consulate before traveling.