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Lanna Travel Service offers excellent tours of the pristine beauty of Northern Thailand. A variety of tours are available. They include touring the Pai, Soppong and Mae Hong Son regions, rafting along the Pai River, hiking among breath-taking scenery, seeing important temples, visiting hilltribe villages and more.
Share the wonderful experience of Lanna Thai culture and tradition. Visit Karen, Red Lahu, Black Lahu and Lisu villages. Stay overnight (up to four nights) in the hilltribe villages.
Our guides are well-trained and have over ten years experience touring this magical part of the world.
Here's what our guests have said about our Trekking tours:
"...You (Somkait) are an ideal emissary to people of the hilltribes as well as to the greater culture of Thailand and the teachings of Buddha. In addition to the stays with people in the villages and the challenging walks in the beautiful countryside, your cooking is another highlight."
Ken Thom, Palo Alto, California, January 1-4, 1999
"We had a truly unforgettable three days. Most memorable was the night with the Lahu family, including the great food, interesting home and, of course, the incredable night of sleeping with the various animals. Our children will never forget the elephant rides. We very much enjoyed your endless knowledge of the hilltribe people, Thai culture, religion, politics, etc. We appreciated your honesty, you willingness to be outspoken, yet very polite and humble."
Greg and Sylvia Jones, Highland California, April 2, 1999
"Trekking is very exciting, unforgetable three days. We can see landscape like a dream. Your planning is perfect. The foods which you made, very delicious. Before we thought trekking would be very easy. When we get back to Japan, we'll exercise very well and next time try four days."
Keiich and Takae Kon, Saitama, Japan, June, 1999
"We enjoy three days trekking. It was a very interesting and beautiful tour for us. Maybe we come back in 2001 for five day trekking with you."
Brigit Stennei, Frankfurt, Germany, January 31, 2000