Mountain Climbing trips – Thailand

Explore its nature beauties with the whole family

Thailand is not characterized by high peaks. In fact, its highest mountain is the Doi Inthanom, in Chiang Mai, with 2585 meters above sea level. This makes it an ideal country for beginner mountaineers and hikers, and for those who enjoy outdoor treks with the family. You can combine a day of beach with a guided ascent tour and enjoy the most incredible views of the country, especially in the southern region.


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In addition to exploring and climbing the imposing limestone towers next to the southern beaches, in Thailand you have a wide variety of outdoor activities to do. Among the most recommended: visit the Chonburi National Park and overfly it in a zip line, dive in the depths of the Andaman Sea, take a hiking safari in Koh Samui, and visit the amazing temples of Bangkok. You will never get bored in this country!



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In Thailand it is always hot. However, the country has 3 seasons: the rainy season (from May to October), the coolest season (from November to February) and the warmest season (from March to May)


Thai is the official language. There are different variants of it. English is relatively common since it is taught in schools.


The currency of Thailand is baht (THB)

How to get there

Thailand has six international airports: Bangkok, Phuket, Ko Samui, Krabi, Chiang Mai and Hat Yai. Most international flights arrive at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok. There are also charter flights that land in Phuket and in Samui or Chiang Mai. There are more than 70 airlines that operate international flights to Thailand.

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Best time to visit

Usually between November and March when the weather is nicer. The months of May to November are also good since the prices are cheaper (low season)




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