Samoeng Loop (Around Chiang Mai)
Distance – 168 Kms.
Days To Complete – 1 Day.
Road Conditions – Mountainous winding road.
Difficulty – Easy.
The tour starts at the hotel in Chiang Mai, and then head to the meeting point. All the tour participants are given a brief about the trip and the points of interests that would be covered during the tour. There would be Q&A session held where the tour participants can ask any questions they have about the tour, and remove any doubts they might have. After that, the members are given the biking gear and the bike.
The journey starts by heading towards the north of Chiang Mai towards the famous Mae Sa Elephant Camp. It is one of the most popular destinations to visit among the elephant and animal lovers. Here the participants would get up close and personal with the elephants and see them a bath, various artsy performances by the elephants, and experience their talent firsthand. The participants would get an opportunity to go for a small elephant ride, which is one of a kind experience that is a must-have if you are an elephant lover.
The next stop is the Tiger Kingdom, where first we have lunch, and then go for taking pictures with the wild tigers. It is an experience of a lifetime that you would never forget. Where else can you take pictures hugging a tiger anyways?
From there, we ride along the hilly winding roads through the beautiful mountainous scenery of the Samoeng Loop. The next stop is Wat Prathat Doi Suthep Temple, which is considered one of the most significant and holiest temples in Chiang Mai. It is situated around 1,000 meters above the sea level and presents a beautiful view of the region.
Chiang Mai is one of the most popular cities in Thailand, and a tourist hub, where millions of visitors from across the globe visit every year. It is not only for its beautiful natural landscape but also because of the temples and a host of other natural hidden treasures and holy temples it harbors through the centuries. It is a one day trip that every rider should opt for while in Thailand, especially if you plan to visit Chiang Mai.
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