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Thailand package includes

Camp package includes:

  • Airport pick up / drop off

  • Accommodation

  • Dance Classes

  • Tour Guides and Staff members fluent in both English and Thai.

  • Transport between cities and towns

  • Daily breakfast

  • Excursions trips and tickets to:
     

Excursions

  • In Bangkok:
    Grand Palace,
    Temple of Reclining Buddha,
    Floating markets.

  • In Ayutthaya:
    Ayutthaya Historical Park (UNESCO World Heritage site)

  • In Chiang Mai:
    Floating Lantern Festival,
    Night Safari Park.

  • In Pai:
    Pai Canyon,
    Tham Lod Cave.

  • In Chiang Rai:
    Wat Rong Khun (White Temple),
    Khong river ride to the Golden Triangle.

  • In Phuket:
    Old Phuket Town Tour,
    watch a Muay Thai fight,
    visit the infamous Bangla Road.

  • In Koh Phi Phi Island:
    Scuba diving and snorkeling.

  • In Koh Lanta island:
    Koh Rok Island,
    Snorkeling.
     

Excursion optional extras:

  • Pai: Elephant Reserve.
    A day with a small group where you spend time learning about the elephants, explore the centre, spend time feeding and washing them.  These duties allow you to have some very intimate time with the elephants, which for many will be a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Excursions
Grand Palace

Built in 1782, the Grand Palace was the home to the king for over 150 years.  It's magnificent architecture and attention to detail will leave you in awe of it's creativity and detail.  You will be definitely blown away.

Wat Pho Temple

Wat Pho is one largest temple complexes in the city and famed for its giant reclining Buddha that measures a truely impressive 46 metres long and is covered in gold leaf.  The feet alone are 5 metres long!

Floating Markets

The floating markets in Bangkok brings a unique experience and picturesque photo opportunities in a place full of life, warmth and colour.  It's a must see place for anyone visiting Bangkok.

Ayutthaya Historical Park

Founded 1350, Ayutthaya became the second Siamese capital after Sukhothai. It was destroyed by the Burmese in the 18th century. Its remains, the gigantic monasteries, give an idea of its past splendour.

Floating Lantern Festival

New Years Eve in Chiang Mai is a heart warming spectacle. When you look up and see tens of thousands floating lanterns in the beautiful clear sky, added with an atmosphere full of love and kindness that you expect from the Thai people, you will truely be touched.

Chiang Mai Night Safari Park

Here you will go on tours in a open sided tram passing through the zoo where you will come side by side with many of the animals themselves. One minute you'll have Zebras passing you by and the next giraffes sticking their heads in your tram.

Pai Canyon

The nature and calmness of this place is what brings it so much beauty.  Being here away form the hustle and bustle of the world will help bring your mind clarity and help your soul feel fulfilled.

Tham Lod Cave

Whilst being escorted on a bamboo raft through the natural water canals that flow through this mysterious cave, you will find thousands of fish swimming and jumping beside you. Also look out for the coffins!

Elephant Reserve

At 'Conserve Natural Forests', you will spend some time not only feeding and washing 2 soft, loving and wonderful elephants but learn about the dangers they face and the possibility of manmade extinction.

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Temple

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is one of northern Thailand's most sacred temples.  The Temple was stablished in 1383 by King Keu Naone to enshrine a piece of bone said to be from the shoulder of the historical Buddha.

Hill Top Tribes

Chiang Mai is home to many tribes, each with it's own unique traditions.  Most famous is definitely the Karen long neck tribe who's women wear heavy gold neck rings lowering the shoulders and thus extending the neck.

Wat Rong Khun (White Temple)

Created by Thai painter-turned-architect Chalermchai Kositpipat. You enter the temple by walking over a bridge and pool of reaching arms, where inside awaits paintings of twin towers, spiderman, spaceships, and more...  

Sop Ruak (Golden Triangle)

The English name comes from the meeting of Laos, Myanmar and Thailand here, but to the locals it's Sop Ruak.  Historicaly a place for drug trafficking between the countries, it has since become a tourist destination.

Old Phuket Town

Phuket Town is a colourful blend of cultural influences due to it's history of attracting entrepreneurs from the Arabian Peninsula, Portugal, India and China. The art, culture, great food will leave you mesmerised!

Muay Thai Fight

Walk into the light flooded Thai boxing stadium and feel the roars of the crowd, load classical Thai music and thundering punches and kicks. Yes you know you've arrived at a Muay Thai fight!

Maya Beach

Sheltered by cliffs up to 100 metres on 3 sides has allowed this beach to keeps it's beauty and exotic colour. It has since been made popular from the movie 'The Beach' with Leonardo Dicaprio, where it was filmed.

Scuba Diving

The underwater world will leave you in awe of the wonders of the sea. Full of exotic fishes, reefs, and if you're lucky leopard sharks (harmless to humans).  You won't want to come back up to land!

Koh Rok Island

As one of the beaches unspoiled by mass tourism, you will find here natural beauty and paradise.  With crystal clear waters, kind and calm people, fresh seafood and fruit, you may just find the relaxation too difficult to give up.

Accommodations

Even though we will stay at many different accommodations during the camp from hotels to hostels, we ensure that all are to a great standard. Here is what you can expect from the standard of accommodations that we will stay at.  Not only will the accommodations be for sleeping but they will also be great places to relax after long exciting days, and there will be lots of hang out areas for everyone to spend time together to catch up with the day and talk about the exciting journeys and classes they have had.

Hostel lobby

The lobbies of the accommodation will generally all have seating areas, computers for internet use, and dining areas.  Laundry facilities are also available.

Hostel chill out area

Nearly all places we stay at will have chill out areas where people can relax and even meet other travellers from around the world that are not part of our camp.

Hostel bathroom

Bathrooms within our accommodations will always be of a nice and clean standard as you can see from this hostel bathroom with shower. 

Hotel room

The hotel rooms come as a standard.  All rooms will be for 2 people, come with it's own bathrooms, TV, air conditioning and some even have nice balconies to enjoy the view

Hostel room

Hostel rooms are shared rooms, with each person having their own beds, but the bathrooms facilities will be shared.  All beds come with adaptors for charging phones etc.

Hostel outdoor social space

It will be hot and sunny and an outdoor balcony space is always perfect for enjoying the weather when you are relaxing after those exhilarating dance classes.