- Sport levelBeginner
- Spoken languagesThai, English
- Durationfrom 1 hr to 3 hrs
- Opening seasons:
Navigate the dense tropical rainforest on this quad biking tour from Chiang Lake to Doi Suthep .
Discover the natural contrasts of the Thai landscape and its spiritual secrets on this quad biking excursion from Chiang Lake to Doi Suthep Mountain. A place of peace and tranquillity where the dense jungle protects the sacred mount, explore deep into this extreme terrain – slaloming through endless puddles of mud, long grass and watching out for the strangler vines overhead. Reach the summit for stunning views over the valley and the gilded temples far below.
The activity base is situated in Chiang Mai Province, an ancient Lanna Kingdom renowned for its elaborate Buddhist temples, including Wat Ban Den, Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chedi Luang. About a twenty-minute drive northwest of the Old City, Huey Tung Tao (Chiang) Lake is a popular local hangout with views over the hillside and onto to Doi Suthep Mountain ( 1,676 m) and its namesake temple ‘Wat Phra That Doi Suthep’.
Meet your instructor at the activity base in Chiang Mai for this quad biking excursion from Chiang Lake to Doi Suthep Mountain . Choose from three courses that increase in difficulty, opting for a family friendly hour adventure (10km), two hours (20km) suited to confident beginners and an extreme 3 hour course (30km). An off-road experience, this quad biking adventure starts on the banks of Chiang Lake and explores deep into the jungle – tackling dense undergrowth, untamed rainforest, rough and muddy trails and lots of impressive flooded tracks to Do Suthep. Be prepared to get wet! This jungle safari is totally off-road and requires some skilled handling in more overgrown areas – guaranteeing you’ll return back to the centre wiping the mud off your smile!
Quad biking excursions in Do Suthep will be dramatically affected by the weather – increasing the difficulty and accessibility of some routes due to mud slides, impassable jungle pools and nature trails. Most rainfall (rainy season) is seen in May - October. Chiang Mai has dry periods in January, February, March and December.
→ You are automatically reimbursed for the full activity price
2) Cancellation between 90 and 60 days prior to the agreed activity starting date
→ You are entitled to be reimbursed a total of 75% of your total booking value
3) Cancellation between 60 and 30 days prior to the agreed activity starting date
→ You are entitled to be reimbursed a total of 50% of your total booking value
4) Cancellation after 30 days prior to the agreed activity starting date → No reimbursements will be effected