Path Through A Forest, Baan Suan Pa, Chiang Rai (1D)

Suan pa,Chiang Rai,Thailand
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Keep Eyes and Mind Wide Open and Let’s Explore Nature Trail at Baan Suan Pa

Suan Pa is one of the villages in the hills of Doi Tung. The Akha, a hill tribe, live here. Most work in the farm or work for the the Doi Tung Development Project.

Decades ago, the area was completely left empty, but not anymore after the Royal Grandmother or our beloved ‘Somdet Ya’ pledged to turn the useless land into an abundant forest. And here it is!

Today, Suan Pa has 3 different nature trails. They are trails for you but home for the Akha. Are you ready? They are ready to welcome you to their home!

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Aaron ( 9.7 )

April 28, 2018 · Taiwan

  • 1 Meal (lunch)
  • local guides
  • Service and facilitate by Local alike
  • First aids
  • Travel insurance
  • Activity fees as mentioned in the program
  • Natural trail and gathering foods in the jungle
  • Try fresh fruits from orchard
  • Cook and picnic by the waterfall
USD per guest
10:00 am - 4:00 pm Morning meet at Mae Fah Luang market. Passion fruits, Vanilla, Coffee, Tea Arrived at Suan Pa Community. The locals will welcome you with a big big smile and give you advices before the adventure!! On the trail, you will see the orchards and industrial crops plantation, mostly coffee and passion fruits intercropped with vanilla. Also, you can try fresh fruits and herbs which have been used as medicine among local people.
Noon How do we cook in a jungle? Experience to cook “Lam-pla” and have it for lunch by the waterfall. But what is it? Secret! Let’s see and cook it yourself! Afternoon 52 Rai Take your time on the way back at The Cottage Industries Centre and Outlet of the Doi Tung Development Project where we can see handicrafts producing, sculpture work, weaving atelier and Mulberry or famous Sa paper making process. Sip a cup of coffee and enjoy shopping here!
Farewell to our traveling companions, and back home See you next time!

Waste Management

Local Alike spearheaded the waste management program to educate locals and give them solutions to manage trash surrounding their area.

Environmental Conservation