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Luxury Thai Tented Camp Adventure

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Go on the adventure of a lifetime in the wondrous natural surroundings of Northern Thailand, bordering Burma and Laos. Staying at the Four Seasons Tented Camp in the Golden Triangle, you'll find the perfect escape from the rest of the world. You will trek with elephants through bamboo jungles, explore spectacular mountain trails and unwind in superb luxury tents. Let the 19th-century explorer’s spirit in you come to life – while enjoying signature hospitality.   

time difference


6 hours ahead of the UK

flight time


11-12 hours direct from UK

Day 1

Chiang Rai

Arrive at Four Seasons' camp pier and continue on a traditional long-tail boat to your Luxury Camp. 

Afternoon tea, then head out to explore the camp or watch wildlife with a tented camp naturalist.

In the evening enjoy 'Sundowners', in true camp tradition, all activities stop to savour the magnificent sunset of another day in the Golden Triangle. Wherever the adventure – elephant trekking, a river excursion or at the Camp – the next 30 minutes are spent with a casual drink and relaxation while watching the sky turn golden. Beverages of choice are served.

Dinner is served at Nong Yao Restaurant, an open-air thatched-roof pavilion by the riverbank, with rustic hardwood floors. Nong Yao Restaurant offers Thai, Laotian, Burmese and western cuisine. In keeping with the Camp's atmosphere, guests have the option to dine together at a long family-style table, seated in suede chairs, or privately, at separate tables. A bar area, complete with a double-sided fireplace in the middle, is perfect for pre-dinner drinks.

Overnight in the luxury Four Seasons Tented Camp.

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Day 2

Chiang Rai

You'll receive a wake-up call and morning beverage before breakfast at Nongyao Restaurant. You will then meet with the professional mahouts who will provide training in how to care for and “drive” an elephant. Late morning at leisure. 

Lunch at Nongyao Restaurant followed by some leisure time.

You can perhaps choose to lounge around the pool or go fishing with a local guide.

In the afternoon, you'll go elephant trekking, where you will practice the skills you learned in the morning, as well as elephant care. Afternoon tea followed by sundowners in the jungle or at the Burma Bar.

Dinner served at Nong Yao Restaurant (location may vary). Due to the unique nature of this outdoor venue, alternative dining arrangements may be necessary as a result of seasonal weather changes.

Optional: Your special dinner can be arranged at Elephant camp by the campfire, with torches for lighting and glimpses of elephant silhouettes nearby, guests are served a formal dinner of regional Thai, Laotian and Burmese cuisines. In true safari style, tables are arranged in a semi-circle around the campfire. After-dinner drinks and stargazing follow.

Overnight in the luxury Four Seasons Tented Camp.

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Day 3

You'll return to Phuket via speedboat for your onward journey.

Wake-up call followed by breakfast at Nong Yao Restaurant. 

Cruise on the Mekong River (when seasonal water level permits) or enjoy a drive to Chiang Saen to explore a local market, with optional stops at villages and temples along the way.  

Back to the camp for lunch at Nongyao Restaurant.

In the afternoon, take some leisure time. Perhaps you'd like to go photo trekking or take a craft class.

After afternoon tea, enjoy a relaxing massage at the Spa. At the spa at Four Seasons Tented Camp, wonder-working treatments rejuvenate your body and bathe your spirit in perfect serenity. Amidst the bamboo forests of the Golden Triangle are two open-air salas featuring double treatment rooms, spa beds and a bathtub/shower area. With their rustic design and use of natural materials, the salas blend in with the environment.

In this environment of simple luxury, traditional Thai massages and innovative rituals assisted by the healing power of mountain botanicals and warming spices guide you on a restorative journey.

Followed by Sundowners at the Burma bar, an open-air thatched-roof lounge within sight of Elephant Camp and overlooking the Ruak River and Burma, Burma Bar enjoys perfect views of the sunset. The bar is decorated with trekking and navigation equipment – maps, books, tribal antiques and tripod-mounted binoculars, where guests can read a book while curled up in one of the overstuffed leather couches. Its home-like, informal atmosphere makes it the spot for a quiet, contemplative moment in which to enjoy the tranquillity of the environment.

Dinner served at Nong Yao Restaurant (location may vary).

Overnight in the luxury Four Seasons Tented Camp.

Day 4

Wake-up call followed by breakfast at Nong Yao Restaurant. After saying farewell to the camp, transfer to Chiang Rai Airport for your flight to Bangkok.

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