SE2 Thailand & Laos


Chiang Mai: over 300 temples, wooden houses, quiet leafy gardens; Mae Sa Elephant Rehabilitation Centre; Colonial, Imperial Luang Prabang; Mysterious Plain of Jars

Dates & Prices

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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.

Start DateEnd DatePriceMore Info
Tue 28 Oct 2014Wed 12 Nov 2014 $3250
Tue 24 Feb 2015Wed 11 Mar 2015 $3250
Tue 27 Oct 2015Wed 11 Nov 2015 $3250

Optional Single Supplement: $540 (number of singles limited).

Tour Overview

For anyone looking for experiences that can be summed up with the phrase "only in Thailand," this journey is just the ticket. Trek along the winding path that leads along the most important pilgrimage in the country, up to the shrine of Doi Suthep. So many excursions are overlooked when travellers are left to invent their own itinerary, but this adventure leaves no leaf unturned. Treasures of Thailand come in a variety of sizes and beauty; from the humble 30-inch Emerald Buddha of Wat Phra Kaeo that is crafted from green jade, to the immense 150-foot Reclining Buddha of Wat Pho Temple. This country does not seem to fall short of rarities, especially when visiting Chiang Mai's 300 temples that are surrounded by lush gardens. When it's time to leave the bustle of Bangkok, there's more excitement to be had with the northern hill tribes and their hidden culture. Next door in Laos, a new world of intrigue is ripe for discovering. Listen to the Lao legends from the villagers of Vang Nieng as they stand against the backdrop of breathtaking limestone scenery. Step away from civilization and climb atop Phu Si Hill in Luang Prabang to get a better view of the stellar landscape and see the locals' rustic lifestyles.

Regions visited: Southeast Asia
Countries visited: Thailand and Laos


Elizabeth G. (Toronto, ON, CA)

First class, will use Adventures Abroad for my next tours, for sure. Jonathan was great, easy to be around, interesting and got the job done with little fuss.