Amazing Jungle Trek – Northwest Thailand

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Slow Travel in Distant Places

Lahu (Lahu Na, Black Lahu) tribe from a Burmes... Lahu (Lahu Na, Black Lahu) tribe from a Burmese handpainted color manuscript (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Mountains in Mae Hong Son Province, T... English: Mountains in Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

With Paula & Leo, plus a local guide with a sharp machete, we completed a wonderful 15 Km trek in the mountains. The Mai Hong Song Province is one of Thailand‘s most rugged, mountainous regions, close to the border with Burma, with many traditional ethnic villages.

Firstly, let’s bring you up to date – we spent two delightful nights chilling in Pai. We left Pai (see photos) on the main Mai Hong Son (MHS) road and took special care that we were travelling in the right direction (see earlier blog for fun on the MHS loop). Anyway, we spent the next two nights in a quirky resort overlooking the river…

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