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  • Horse Riding in the Jungle

    An adventure with the Thai Horse Farm

  • Horse Riding in the Jungle

    An adventure with the Thai Horse Farm

  • Horse Riding in the Jungle

    An adventure with the Thai Horse Farm

  • Horse Riding in the Jungle

    An adventure with the Thai Horse Farm

Itinerary

Get away from the hustle & bustle of Chiang Mai by exploring the jungles of Northern Thailand on horseback.
Travel on horseback through the picturesque and magical world of Northern Thailand’s mountain and jungle region in the Golden Triangle.

This exclusive small-group tour does not have a minimum attendance and can be booked online. See our booking calendar.

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Let’s go!

We will pick you up at at the Three Kings Monument in Chiang Mai at 8.00 am. From there, we will go to our farm in the foothills of the Northern Mountains in Ban Pong. Once at the farm, we will welcome you properly with a breakfast-snack on the terrace.

Afterwards the horses are being saddled and we’re leaving for the jungle. Our experienced stable-boys and -girls show you how easy and relaxed our horses can be ridden. After a short while you can entirely focus on the fantastic vegetation and the sounds of nature:

Girl riding and ducking under a branch

Bamboo Lunch in the Jungle

In this area, from ancient times until now, small trails through the jungle and mountain passes still lead to the most remote wild areas. These trails were originally used by trading Muang, Chinese, and many nomadic tribes. In fact, local Thai and Hill Tribe people still use these jungles as a resourse to help support thier families.
Around noon we will reach a stream running from the mountains where we’ll water the horses and have lunch. Here we have a special jungle meal planned for you! Its culinary journey into the past! Before the age of iron and steel people here cooked inside hollow bamboo instead of pots and pans. This method of cooking has virtually vanished from Asia and maybe someday will be lost forever. Its a real treat to see and taste this style of cooking prepared in a natural setting. You’ll be thrilled!

For vegetarians and vegans: dont worry! We can prepare a special meal for you. Make sure to let us know your preference upon booking.

During the lunch brake you also have a chance to take a dip in the stream and cool off a bit.

Thai Horse Farm Mila Food Lunch Traditional Lahu Bamboo

Untouched Nature

After lunch we get back on the horses and continue traveling through nature’s breathtaking beauty. As we pass through the jungle, we will see typical jungle plants and trees like teak, monkey wood trees, gigantic acacias as well as tall strangler figs and many types of jungle ground cover.

Marks and tracks of the small asian wild boar are abundant in this region. With some luck, maybe we’ll even get to see one. With some more luck we might even spot a family of monkeys in the trees – there are still some living in these forests.

Thai Horse Farm Trek Expedition Jungle Forest Trees Water River

Savor The Jungle

On narrow trails going through dense vegetation there’s only a few spots suitable for trot or gallop – the captivating landscape is best savored at a slower pace.

After arriving back at our farm we will bring you back to Chiang Mai, where we will say good bye and leave the evening to you to reminisce about all the amazing things you experienced today.

Thai Horse Farm Trek River Water Jungle
Thai Horse Farm Food Bamboo Delicious Trek Lunch

Yummy jungle food

Thai Horse Farm Feeding Jungle Tree

Get to know our lovely horses

Thai Horse Farm Liana Liane Jungle Fun Tarzan Trek Adventure

Your jungle adventure

Our well tempered horses even share their food with you - if you want them to!

Well tempered horses

Take part in this unforgettable Jungle Adventure
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Got Questions?

Here you’ll find the answers.

What is the Minimum Age?

  • With riding experience: 10 years
  • Without riding experience: 14 years

What should I bring with me?

  • Trousers / long pants for riding
  • Sun- and mosquito protection
  • Swimming wear, if you’d like to take a bath

I never sat on a horse before – can I still do the trek?

Our tours are suitable for novice as well as for experienced riders. Actually, it’s quite common for our guests never to have ridden a horse before.

Are vegetarians, vegans welcome?

Yes, absolutely!. We have experience in preparing not just any vegetarian/vegan but delicious vegetarian/vegan food. For example tofu baked in banana leaves served with fresh jungle herbs. Or a meal made from banana-blossoms according to the culinary traditions of the Lahu.
Just make sure that you specify your food preferences in the appropriate field in the booking form (second booking step).

Besides vegetarian and vegan we also offer lactose-free food.

I weigh more than 90kg / 200lbs

Unfortunately our horses are unable to carry more than 90kg / 200lbs. However, you’re welcome to join us on foot!

My partner does not want to ride!

Not an issue, he’s welcome to tag along on foot! Added bonus: you’ve got someone in an ideal position to take photos of you!

What’s the booking procedure?

On our booking page, look for a day with enough open spots that suits you and continue. If you prefer vegetarian or vegan food, please don’t forget to specify that in the booking form.
Once you finish the booking you will receive a confirmation email.

Upon pick up please pay the ammount owed in cash.