Top 5 Jungles in Thailand That You Should Not Miss

 

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There are different things that you haven’t discovered in Thailand yet, aside from their popular spicy food and martial arts. They have beauty of nature that is waiting for you to discover. If you are planning to travel in Asia especially in Thailand, then maybe you should experience some real land interaction and enter the jungles in Thailand. These are the top five jungles in Thailand that you should not miss in traveling to Asia. We would not recommend that you enter any of these jungles without an authorised Thailand Guide.

  1. Chiang Rai – the best thing that they have is the details and information with their tribes around. Just don’t forget to respect their culture and learn to understand their world. Chiang Rai is one of the busiest center in Thailand for trekking. You can have a wide variety of option in choosing your trekking hours or any trips. The more you choose to their longer trips, the more you get to see their beauty of nature, tribes, villages and experience to interact with their nature.
  2. Mae Sariang – the best thing that Mae Sariang can offer is the wilderness that you will experience. You will be able to do hiking in national park and rafting in their river. Most of their areas are populated with Karen and they have a spectacular view in riverside.
  3. ziplineUmphang – an isolated town as they call it. This popular place named Umphang has been a great destination for many tourists because of the scenic view and has been surrounded with Karen culture. If you can pass two night travel, then you would probably see their popular waterfalls which is also known as “Tee Lor Su”. You can actually camp on your first day and not just that. There would be elephant ride and rafting included. You can also sleep to the Karen village or just visit, depending on how you want your experience in Umphang. Thus, you will need to be physically fit and healthy to do the trekking because it is a long way and quite hard. If you are traveling alone, then you should wait for other group of travelers to come.
  4. Phu Lang Ka – if you want see some limestones, then you should head to Phu Lang Ka and see it for yourself. You can start your trekking to their national park, then head to solitary guesthouse and enjoy the scenery. But make sure you bring your group with you in this trip. Unfortunately, they don’t offer rafting and elephant rides.
  5. Nan – love wilderness? Get a trip to Nan and experience their popular caving trip, which is usually held in their National Park of Doi Phuka. In this area, there is no need for you to bring any group and you can go trekking solo. Most of their population is Hmong and populated with few M’labri people. You can experience rafting in Nan, when wet season is on because the river can get raging in wet season.

These following jungles are just the beginning of your journey to Thailand, you can enjoy the nature by doing outdoor activities too like rock climbing, trekking, rafting, elephant riding and so much more, so if you are looking for an exciting trip and would give you an unforgettable journey.

Then, you should try these jungles in Thailand and that includes other outdoor activities that they can offer. You don’t have to worry because you can actually book your accommodation and transportation in nearby places. Food? You can always get some delicious delicacies, exotic food and even decent food around, so plan your trip to Thailand and make unforgettable moments.