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Northern Thailand: Back Roads Bangkok to Chiang Mai

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Northern Thailand: Back Roads Bangkok to Chiang Mai
You, seven days, northern Thailand. Begin in Bangkok before visiting historic World War II sites in Kanchanaburi, including the famous bridge over the River Kwai. Explore Erawan National Park, Sukhothai temples by bicycle, then streetfood-crawl your way around Chiang Mai, with lots of free time for whatever floats your boat.

Bliss out in Bangkok, bike your way through stunning temples, explore your way with free time, fill up on tasty street food, learn history first-hand at historic World II sites

Hotels (4 nts), Houseboat (1nt), Guesthouse (1nt)

Group Leader
1 CEO (Chief Experience Officer) throughout.

Group Size Notes
Max 18, Avg 12.

Meals Included
6 breakfasts, 1 dinner

What's Included
Your First Night Out Moment: Connect With New Friends Your Welcome Moment: Welcome Meeting - Meet Your CEO and Group Your Discover Moment: Chiang Mai Your Big Night Out Moment: Chiang Mai Celebration, Chiang Mai. Visits to Thai/Burma Railway Centre and Allied War Cemetery. View the Bridge on the River Kwai. Erawan National Park and waterfall visit. Bike ride in Sukhothai Historical Park. Chiang Mai Orientation walk and street food crawl.

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Day Destination
1 Bangkok
2 Bangkok/Kanchanaburi
3 Kanchanaburi
4 Kanchanaburi/Sukhothai
5 Sukhothai/Chiang Mai
6 Chiang Mai
7 Chiang Mai
Prices are per-person based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.