A beautiful tour where you visit on the way to Umphang the former capital of Thailand Sukhothai. Through the mountains to Mae Sot, see the unbelievable "Magic hill". Nature pure, waterfalls, hilltribes and hiking through the jungle. Adventure with a bamboo raft and an elephant ride through the jungle

Day 1: Bangkok – Sukhothai

Morning, visit Sukhothai, the first capital of Thailand since 1238-1350. Here you can visit temple ruins, such as Wat Mahatat(former temple of the king), Wat Sra Sri and Wat Si Sawai. Overnight you can select to stay 5 star hotel down to a villa in a typical Thai style.

Day 2 : Sukhothai - Mae Sot Via Tak

This morning, drive out to Mae Sot, if you wish to enjoy a short trek by foot to the jungle. Then continue by road about 10 km more before reaching to Mae Sot. Enroute during the highway, there is area call "the Amazing hill", enjoy it and find out yourself how it is and why it is amaze. In Mae Sot, by the bank of the river Moei, visit a Burmese local market where you can buy the handicraft that locally made in Myanmar. Overnight suggested here in Mae Sot.

Day 3 : Mae Sot - Umphang

Morning, drive on a small road southwards along the border to Myanmar, enroute there are 2 waterfalls and hilltribes and Mon village to visit. Afternoon arrive at Umphang, a small town at the final end of the road. Overnight here.

Day 4 : Umphang

After breakfast free at leisure or enjoy a bamboo raft through the jungle, with a possible to visit waterfalls and bizarre rock formations. With a pick-up, the roade will takes around 40 minutes on a dirt track road to a parking area and then from there, enjoy a 20 minute to visit one of the most beautiful waterfalls of Thailand "the Thee Lodh Sue waterfall". Arrive back in the late afternoon.

Day 5 : Umphang - Mae Sot

Morning, experience the elephant ride through the forest and jungle. Later on return back to Mae Sot and overnight here.

Day 6 : Mae Sot - Bangkok / Chiang Mai

After breakfast, toady is your own choice to drop the vehicle off by either to Bangkok or continue on to Chiang Mai with our vehicle.