Hola, viajo a tai solo 12 dias, ¿Merece la pena el paseo en elefante( los maltrata?), las tribus son autenticas? y dormir allí
I have read my Rough guide and see comments on Youtube videos that the road to Umphang is pretty dangerous, although spectacular.
I am going mid May so is it a safe journet to make ?
The area certainly looks well of the main tourist tracks which appeals to me.
Can you please post or send me the GPS coordinates (lattidtude and longitude) for the area of the falls?
And another question, there might be even more to come.
My son was looking for trecking tours to the Thi Lo Su waterfall, but the only ones he found were 10 day tours. He won't have enough time for this. Are there any trecking tours to the waterfall and the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary that are only 3 or 4 days?
Can he book these tours in Umphang?
The tours he read about consisted of trecking for a short distance, then relaxing for several hours. Are these tours so exhausting that you need to relax after one or two miles?
Once again, I'd appreciate any information. Thank you.
Coming from Bangkok via Ayutthaya, what is the best way to get to Umphang? Do you have to go Mae Sot? I'm asking for my who is studying for his exams,but will be leaving for Asia immediately afterwards. He plans to be in Thailand in the second part of March and would like to go on a trecking tour from Umphang to the Thi Lo Su waterfall.Is there a direct train or bus to Umphang?
Thank you for any information.
I will traveling with my family to Thailand in June and am trying to select the best trekking location. We would like to get off the beaten track a bit but will be traveling with our kids ages 6&8. They are good travelers and pretty good hikers but we are concerned that perhaps Umphang is too difficult. Any input? Thanks.
We are looking for a 4 day treck in Umphang. Does anybody has some recomendations? Is it better to organize the treck vom Mae Sot or directly in Umphang?