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Survival Trek

Start of the Survival Trek photo
Start of the Survival Trek
Rice paddies photo
Rice paddies
Working in the rice paddies photo
Working in the rice paddies!
Hidden waterfall photo
Hidden waterfall
Nature's umbrella photo
Nature's umbrella
Jungle 5* hotel photo
Jungle 5* hotel
Quizzing the trekking guides photo
Quizzing the trekking guides
Cooking what we find in the jungle photo
Cooking what we find in the jungle
Jungle cooking photo
Jungle cooking
Jungle cooking photo
Jungle cooking
Jungle cooking photo
Jungle cooking
Jungle cooking photo
Jungle cooking
Jungle cooking photo
Jungle cooking

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2-3 days Survival Trek in Doi Innthanon National Park Area

Are you tough enough to go on our Survival Trek? Interested in nature, agriculture or jungle survival techniques?

Go deep into the Thailand jungle and learn how to survive! Trek, cook, explore and enjoy seeing nature at it's most alive and exciting.

Our jungle guides will help you learn about living in the wild. They will help you to pick wild herbs, wild mushrooms and vegetables for cooking in the fire.

The fire itself is made from a bed of leaves. The food and herbs are laid down on top of the leaves and then surrounded and covered by other leaves to create an oven. The moisture from the leaves and the water inside the vegetables steam cooks the food, the herbs infuse the food with exotic aromas, and the nature's oven seals the heat inside. Thai sticky rice is also prepared and cooked inside bamboo on their own fire.

Make shift accommodation is also build locally for an overnight stay.

This trek only operates between October-June, during the dry season.

Special thanks to Bruna and Manu for donating the photos from their recent trek with us (seen on the left).

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Trip Itinerary (2-3 days):

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Day 1

7:00 am: Depart Chiang Mai heading towards the local market. Shop in the local market for some supplies and vegetables. Ride 1.5 hours to the Meo village at 2,000 meters above sea level. Explore the Meo village and meet the villagers.

11:30 am: Set out on a 4 hour hike to a hidden waterfall and then beyond to our first campsite. Along the way, we will seek out edibles in the jungle.

6:00 pm: Set up at the campsite, relax after an active day and enjoy bamboo jungle cooking, before drifting off to sleep.

Day 2

9:00 am: After breakfast, we hike through the jungle, with our experienced guides pointing out items of interest.

Then we stop for lunch in the jungle. We learn jungle cooking and jungle survival skills (how to survive on wild rice cooked in bamboo).

For the 2-day adventurers, we trek through the jungle until 4pm, and then meet the car for the journey back to Chiang Mai. Arrival approx. 6:00 pm.

For the 3-day adventurers, we continue through the forest, picking up wild growing vegetables. We will be cooking them all over a roaring fire tonight. We seek a second waterfall on our journey and set camp at a new campsite for our overnight stay.

Day 3

9:00 am: After breakfast, we hike through forest and jungle, getting amongst nature to a deeper level. The additional day allows us to explore the jungle in more detail, provide greater insight and a deeper experience. Again, we eat lunch whilst in the jungle.

The hiking takes up through until about 4 pm, and then we meet the car for the journey back to Chiang Mai. Arrival approx. 5:00-5:30 pm.

What to Bring on a Trek:

  • A positive attitude!
  • 2 T-shirts
  • 2 pairs of short pants
  • 2 pairs of socks
  • A swimsuit
  • Long-sleeved shirt and long pants (for evening wear)
  • Walking shoes and sandals
  • A towel
  • A raincoat (June/ July & August)
  • Personal toiletries, including toilet paper
  • Sleeping bag
  • Swiss army knife for participating in jungle activities and food preparation
  • A flashlight
  • Personal first-aid kit (plasters, etc.)
  • Any prescribed medication you require like an asthma inhaler or other meds.
  • Advice hiking shoes or trainer shoes,good sanders

What We Provide:

  • English-speaking guide
  • Transportation
  • A small rucksack
  • A sleeping bag
  • Safe deposit for valuables
  • Safe storage for luggage
  • Medical insurance up to 50,000 Thai baht
  • All meals from first day breakfast to last day lunch
  • Tea, coffee and drinking water
  • Air mattress forest 200 Thai bahht per person



Price depends on the group size

2 people costs 4,820B per person

3-4 people costs 4,140B per person

5-7 people costs 3,740B per person

( Price updated on November 15 2018 )


Price depends on the group size

2 people costs 5,640B per person

3-4 people costs 4,640B per person

5-7 people costs 4,240B per person

( Price updated on November 15 2018 )

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Please select your preferred booking date and provide contact details. Pooh himself will make the reservation and e-mail confirmation to you.

We would appreciate the payment of a B2,000 deposit, per person, to confirm your reservation (final payment to be made at our office in Chiang Mai).

We accept PayPal for payments by debit card, credit card & PayPal credit. Alternatively, we can receive bank transfers direct to our Thai bank account in Bangkok. Payment details on the next page.

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