Taxi/minivan Chiang Mai - Doi Inthanon National Park
The sedan taxi transfers we offer are for maximum 2-3 people, MPV/MUV are for up to 3-5 people, minivans are for bigger groups up to 10-12 people, all depending on amount of luggage.
The pick-up locations are;
- Any hotels in central Chiang Mai
- Chiang Mai Airport (for pick only)
The private transfer destinations are;
- Doi Inthanon Summit and Ang Ka Luang Nature Trail (boardwalk) opposite side from summit trail.
- Kaew Mae Pan Nature Trail (closed Sept to Oct)
- Two Chedis
- Wachirathan Waterfall
- Sirithan Waterfall
- Siriphum Waterfall
- Sakura tree blooming (briefly in February, dates varies, no guarantee, 2018 blooming already over)
- Mae Ya Waterfall, +300 Baht
- Mae Pan Waterfall & Campsite, +300 Baht
- Doi Suthep, +500 Baht
Our prices are round-trip within the same day. Please note that our drivers are not licensed guides, they will only offer taxi service, not guide you to any attractions.
Service hours are with 7 am pick up up until 4 pm in Doi Inthanon, latest at 4 pm the driver to start drive back to your hotel. Drive back time included in the quote.
To see the sun rise, it is possible to pickup as early as 4 am, and continue the taxi service in the park until 1 pm, after drop off at hotel.
It is possible to extend the service hours inside the park with additional +250 Baht per starting hour.
Chiang Mai to Doi Inthanon National Park (110 km, 2 h to 2h 15 min)
|Chiang Mai||Doi Inthanon||Taxi (2-3 pax)||3000 THB (*)|
|Chiang Mai||Doi Inthanon||MPV/MUV (3-5 pax)||3500 THB (*)|
|Chiang Mai||Doi Inthanon||Minivan (7-10 pax)||4500 THB (*)|
Please note that our services are simple taxi services, not guided tours. No guidance will be done, and our taxi drivers won't drive to some remote villages as advertised on tour packages, only taxi service to the parking area of the main attractions accessible by paved roads.
We don't offer any taxi service to cruel places like zoos, "tiger sanctuaries", elephant farms/resorts.
We also don't offer any taxi service to some so called "elephant sanctuaries". These are privately run companies for profit reasons. Even if some may be ethical, we simply don't have any first hand info. Although it is not easy to find reliable sources, we recommend doing your research carefully before getting to such places.
Rangers trying to protect various protected sites regularly get killed or wounded in Thailand. Poachers try to get to elephant babies by killing entire elephant families, to feed this market. "Ethical" claims done by businesses or various websites does, including big news sources are partly wrong; there is no enough evidence to proof these sanctuaries are ethical holiday destinations.
Our basic thumb rule; If you find a place where you can enter/stay without have to pay, that is an ethical place to take care of animals for sure! Try animal rescure organisations or why not see animals in wild in one of many national parks?
Reviews from our guests
We appreciate your feedback after the tour when booking with us.
By: Peggy Mahowald, United States | posted Tue 20 Feb, 2018
We were very satisfied with our service! We would recommend them as a very reliable and prompt service!
By: Zaneta Hlavkova, Czech Republic | posted Mon 19 Feb, 2018
We had only two days in Bangkok and we went one day in Erawan park to see waterfalls. It was great decision, everything worked pefect, driver was absolutelly profesional and we enjoyed our day so much. 100% recomended!
About: Bangkok - Khao Yai
By: Karen Chong, Malaysia | posted Mon 19 Feb, 2018
Good services. Driver come on time and responsibility.
By: Enikő Baranyi, Hungary | posted Mon 19 Feb, 2018
Everything was fine as it was planned. It was a good service, thank you very much!
About: Bangkok - Khao Yai
By: Tatiana Kilian, Singapore | posted Mon 19 Feb, 2018
I was very happy with the private transfer arranged by Thai National Park, professionally arranged, easy online payment for deposit, the driver was on time and the car was comfortable, all at reasonable overall price. Thank you.
About: Bangkok - Khao Yai
By: Xueqi Chen, Singapore | posted Sun 18 Feb, 2018
Wonderful trip, Somkid is always on time and ready to pick up.
By: Simon Liesch, Switzerland | posted Sun 18 Feb, 2018
Everything perfect. Nothing to complain.
By: Daniel Marchand, Switzerland | posted Sun 18 Feb, 2018
Amazing highlight of my trip to Thailand loved it!
By: Franz Pickartz, Germany | posted Fri 16 Feb, 2018
Car good, driver quiet und very sure, everything very good.
By: Christophe Marchand, Switzerland | posted Thu 15 Feb, 2018
Disappointed, because you told me that the boardwalk at fresh water march is 30% opened, but actually it is 100% closed. We couldn't visit it...
If I had known before, I wouldn't go.
Tour operator's response
Sorry you had bad experience with the board walk at Khao Sam Roi Yot. We are arranging taxi trips between popular attractions in the park there nearly every day, it is first time we hear it is closed. This means it must have got closed very recently. I hope you enjoyed the other 4 attractions you visited in the park.
We only offer taxi service, we can't guarantee opening/closing times of attractions, it is out of our control/responsibility.
I want to take the opportunity to thank you for the information, we just updated our website for future visitors that the board walk is closed.
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