Thailand Active Family Adventure

NUMBER OF DAYS 12

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On this Thailand family vacation, you'll fly through the jungle treetops on one of the longest zip lines in the world and photograph colorful floating markets and golden-roofed temples. Hike through the astonishing forests and ancient ruins of Doi Inthanon National Park and meet the tribal Hmong people, proudly preserving their cultural traditions. Learn how to care for a majestic elephant at an Elephant Camp. Discover three distinct sides of this truly magical land on this family adventure designed to showcase Thailand’s wealth of cultural and natural wonders! 

2016 Dates
Dates 2 to 5
travelers
in your party
6 to 9
travelers
in your party
10 or more
travelers
in your party
Internal Air
11/17 - 11/27 $5,090 $4,790 $4,490 $400
12/23 - 01/03 $5,090 $4,790 $4,490 $400
12/26 - 01/06 $5,090 $4,790 $4,490 $400
2017 Dates
Dates 2 to 5
travelers
in your party
6 to 9
travelers
in your party
10 or more
travelers
in your party
Internal Air
02/15 - 02/26 $4,990 $4,690 $4,390 $500
03/23 - 04/03 $4,990 $4,690 $4,390 $500
06/24 - 07/05 $4,390 $4,090 $3,790 $500
07/20 - 07/31 $4,390 $4,090 $3,790 $500
12/23 - 01/03 $5,190 $4,890 $4,590 $500
12/26 - 01/06 $5,190 $4,890 $4,590 $500

Child Discount: $300 per child under 12

Triple Discount: $300 for child under 12 sharing with 2 adults 

Alumni Discount: if you are a returning Thomson guest, please subtract $500 per family from these prices

*Minimum of one family of 3 required to run this adventure.

Price includes: All entrance fees, accommodations based on two to a room; land transportation; private bi-lingual guide throughout, area specialists, all meals except 3 dinners, bottled water & snacks in the vehicle, Comprehensive Travel Insurance.

Prices are based on the number of people in your party.

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Days 1-2: Depart Home / Arrive Bangkok

Welcome to colorful, exotic and endlessly fascinating Thailand! Your family vacation here offers the chance to explore three distinct Thai regions and experience the lifestyle and traditions unique to each.

Days 3-4: Visit the Royal Grand Palace / Traverse Bangkok's Canals / Shop at a Floating Market

Sprawled along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok—“City of Angels”—is one of Asia’s most compelling metropolises.

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Along with visiting golden temples and colorful markets, kids will love exploring its network of canals (klongs) on long-tail boats. Take a trip across the Chao Phraya River and visit Wat Pho, the temple that is home to the grandiose gold statue of the Reclining Buddha. You’ll have ample opportunities to explore all that this exciting city has to offer including its special love for flowers and flora art!

 

Days 5-7: Have a Lesson in Thai Cooking / Spend a Day with Elephants / Kayak in Mae Ngat Lale

Surrounded by Thailand’s northern mountains, Chiang Mai was founded more than 700 years ago as the capital of the ancient Lanna Kingdom. 

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Witness the incredible cultural diversity that flourishes here in the Northern Region. One unforgettable highlight on this family vacation is a full day at an Elephant Camp—where your family will learn about 5,000 years of Thai elephant culture through highly personal interactions with these much-revered and graceful animals. You’ll also have the chance to hike in Doi Inthanon National Park, the highest point in Thailand and meet the Hmong village tribes that live in the mountains.

Days 8-9: Snorkel with Tripical Fish / Relax in Tranquil Phang Nga Bay / Have Lunch on a Private Island

Thailand’s largest island, a tropical paradise bathed by the ultramarine Andaman Sea, presents yet another side to this multi-faceted land. 

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Just offshore and tucked among a dramatic cluster of islands lies incredibly photogenic Phang Nga Bay—a secret world of caves and tunnels. Koh Yao Yai and Koh Yao Noi are islands just east of Phuket; they are quiet, relaxing, private and gorgeous places to be. From both, you’ll be able to visit Hong Marine National Park and enjoy a lot of time on white sand beaches and in clear emerald and teal waters!

Day 10: Depart Phuket / Arrive Home

Before you head home, there is one more adventure in store for your family! You will get to visit the incredible Gibbon Rehabilitation Project where you will learn about the near extinction and reintroduction of the Gibbon Ape into Thailand’s rainforest on Phuket.

Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Hotel

Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Hotel is a five-star hotel situated on the banks of Chao Phrya River and in the heart of Bangkok. Offering stunning views over the river and Bangkok`s city skyline, all 525 rooms are decorated in contemporary Thai style. This hotel's fully equipped facilities include river taxis from the hotel's pier to main attractions and shopping locations.

Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa

Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa, Chiang Mai, newly built in the traditional Lanna style, where historic symbolism blends effortlessly with innovative design. The beautiful luxury boutique hotel in Chiang Mai is cradled in the surrounds of lush manicured gardens, where the fragrant scent of flowering Frangipani rub shoulders with bursts of pink Bougainvillea. Its 74 luxurious and spacious villas and rooms are inspired by the architecture of Chiang Mai's ancient kingdom of "Wiang Kum Kam" and include all the luxury amenities expected by the discerning modern traveler. Our Chiang Mai boutique hotel is an oasis of calm designed as an urban getaway. The hotel provides amenities like Children's facilities (Kids Club), Pool, Poolside bar, Dry cleaning, Library, Lobby, Reception and gift shop.

Koh Yao Yai Village

Koh Yao Yai Village is located on the quiet and serene island of Koh Yao Yai. This tropical escape sits on 32 acres of beach front land. There are plenty of opportunities to find a quiet and private stretch of beach for relaxation. With several options for the kids from snorkeling and beach games to jungle walks and biking, no one will be bored during your stay at Koh Yao Yai Village! The infinity pool is idyllic, the meals at the restaurants are fresh and local, there are exciting activities for the kids, and with free Wi-Fi and comfortable rooms this one of the best places to unwind in Thailand!

Why Thailand?

Flight of the Gibbon
The Flight of the Gibbon is an exhilarating thrill ride few people will ever have the chance to experience, and the perfect adventure for a vacation with your kids. Soar through an intricate system of zip lines and virtually inaccessible tree houses in the dense rain forest canopy for an unforgettable adrenaline rush. High above an endless expanse of thriving green vegetation, you’ll look out upon a sea of remote jungle and question whether or not you’re really awake.
Thailand’s ancient Buddhist tradition
A family vacation to Thailand is an eye-opening cultural and spiritual experience. Meet barefoot monks inspiringly devoted to their fundamentally peaceful faith, and visit the Temple of the Reclining Buddha to see the remarkable 150-foot gold-gilded statue of the “Enlightened One.”
Bangkok’s distinct cosmopolitan atmosphere
Bangkok is unlike any other place in the world. Situated on the Chao Phraya River, it is like an exotic Southeast Asian Venice, with an elaborate system of canals and colorful floating marketplaces. Bangkok is a leading regional and global force in business and finance – it is an enormous, bustling metropolis with an ever-growing economy and a unique cultural flavor.
Incredible cuisine
There’s a reason the popularity of Thai food has taken hold all over the world: it is fresh, healthy, and unbelievably delicious. Balance and variety of differing flavors is the hallmark of Thai cuisine; it emphasizes a delicate interaction between sweet, spicy, sour, and salty ingredients, tantalizing the palate with sizzling curries, peanut and chili sauces, seafood, and duck. There is nobody on your family trip that Thai cuisine can’t please – even your perpetually hungry teens!

Why Thailand with Thomson?

Experience every side of diverse Thailand
Thailand is a big place with a lot of drastically different landscapes and regions offering a wide array of possible adventures – we at Thomson Family Adventures will make sure your family gets the full sense of that. You’ll commute through busy streets and waterways in the fast-paced urban setting of Bangkok, hike through the rainforest in Chiang Mai’s national park, visit the Elephant Camp for a chance to ride atop one of the majestic behemoths, and much more.
Meet and learn from the Hmong people
If you book your family vacation to Thailand with Thomson Family Adventures, you’ll learn the traditional ways of the area’s Hmong people. The Hmong are an ethnic group spread out across the mountainous regions of Vietnam, China, Laos, and – of course – Thailand. They are still hanging on to an ancient way of life, contrasting with the westernization of the world, and proudly preserving treasured cultural traditions in their tribal villages.