“Chiang Mai Trekking is a popular activity among tourists because of its providing such a rich nature to explore all year round. Especially, anywhere in Northern Thailand. Trekking on Inthanon National Park is famous as its has wild birds, plants, flowers, and trees that grow in a high temperature. It provided a few hours trekking along the mountain peak with clouds are around you for 2,656 meters sea level.”
Chiang Mai is definitely a popular place for trekking and hiking as its rich of nature such waterfalls and big trees. Plain trekking areas are good condition for tourists in terms of good climate and temperature which mean when you get sweaty from trekking, then you can go swimming in a waterfall for refreshing. For up higher land, mountain trek, it would not suitable for swimming as the weather is more cooler and colder.
Where can you trek?
Trekking paths are every where in Chiang Mai, depends on what you want to see. The main things are waterfall and tribal village are on the way. Trekking will take place somewhere on a mountain, or tribal village that tourists can stay over night for learning cultures and how to survive in a jungle.