5 Majestic Hiking Destinations in Thailand

Most people are unaware of the majestic mountains ranges that lie beyond those glittering cities and cosy beaches. It is a fact that you can witness one of the most diverse places in Thailand than in most countries of the world. The country has many islands each of which has its own distinct landscape. This makes Thailand one of the greatest destination for those all who relish outdoor adventures.

The country has an unimaginably complex forest, tropical reef islands and slugged paddy fields, calm beaches and oozing nightlife of cities, a unique amalgam of all diverse things. Last but not the least, the country has some of the most majestic hiking trails that you could ever find. To experience this hiking experience is a must for every hiking lover. If you have thought about visiting Thailand even once, you shouldn’t think twice because now is the right time to leverage some amazing offers to book your flight tickets ส่วนลด Airasiago and ส่วนลด Klook to avail amazing travel offers.

So, don’t wait any longer and plan this much-awaited trip right now. Let’s make it even better, here I submit to you few of the most mesmerizing hiking destinations that are waiting to be explored by you.

Doi Inthanon

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Let me make it very clear at the beginning itself that if you have time to finish just one hiking trail, this should be the one you must choose. Why? There are many reasons for this. First of all, it is the highest mountain peak of Thailand standing at 2,565 metres height above the sea level. The mountain has a road built instead of hiking trail but that does not take away the natural beauty of this popular tourist destination. You would also get to experience one of the most beautiful nature trails when you reach near the top of this mountain range. This place is just a couple of hours ride away from Chiang Mai.

Doi Pha Hom Pok

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This mountain is one of the least visited places by hikers because of its remote location. It lies nearby Chiang Mai and is the second highest amongst all the mountains in Thailand. This place has the highest campground from where the hiking towards the summit start. The overall distance of this hiking trail isn’t much longer as it finishes within 4 kilometres only. But the distance doesn’t take away the fact that the mountain has an incredible scenic beauty along with few dripping waterfalls. This mountainous forest is also a home to a diversity of wildlife and plants.

Doi Ma Muang Sam Muen

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This mountain offers a tough steep trail and hiking on this mountain is one of the more challenging ones. The other important factor is the distance which is 18 kilometres and thereby makes it an overnight trek. The mountain has a very misty atmosphere which is magical, to say the least. But why I would recommend to take up this challenging hike is because it ends up with a very amazing view of Pitugro Waterfalls, the highest waterfall in the country.

Doi Chiang Dao

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This mountain trail is often considered to be amongst one of the best one-day hiking experiences of Thailand. This mountain is the third highest among all and the hiking trail gets steeper towards the top. Therefore, this uphill hike is not suitable for those who are hiking for the first time in their life. The roundtrip to this mountain could take up to 10 hours with some rest in between.

Phu Chi Fah

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This mountain is close to another mountain range known for hiking, Doi Pha Tang. There is a good possibility to complete both the trails within a day itself if you could plan that way. The entire region has a heavenly misty surrounding. There are places where you could actually feel the clouds roaming around you and towards the top, you would even see yourself above the clouds. To witness such a great scenery is really soothing to eyes. The misty surroundings characteristic to this place is an experience you might not want to miss.

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