Regular monitoring of services to guaratee quality service
Agency present on the ground for over 20 years
Our offices located in Chiang Mai allow an authentic discovery of Northern Thailand and a real local service
A mostly local team eager to share Thailand's still unknown secrets
We set up our tours so that they bring advantages to the hosting population and avoid the usual frenzy of organized tours.
We take into account the interests,Â the rights and the desire for autonomy of the local population
We respect their laws, customs, traditions and cultural features.
Thailand is the most touristic country in Southeast Asia. It is bordered on the West and the North by Myanmar, on the South by Malaysia, on the East by Cambodia and on the North-East by Laos. Beyond its own wealth, the country is also a "hub", a gateway to the countries of the Indochinese Peninsula.
Its capital, Bangkok, has the largest transit airport in Southeast Asia. Our agency in Thailand, has for primary vocation to manage the welcoming of travellers leaving for Laos
â€¨Most of our trips to Laos and Cambodia begin or end with a cruise on the Mekong in the north of the country, where the scenery is the most beautiful and where ethnic diversity is most important. The airport of entry or exit trips to Laos (often extended and sometimes followed by a stay in Cambodia) is therefore often Chiang Rai or Chiang Mai in Thailand. We organize short excursions in pre-routing, or post-programs.
The rainy season runs from June to October. The weather is sunny and sometimes punctuated by unpredictable storms. Rains are more abundant in the North, where the air is also cooler. The dry season becomes torrid from March to May, but the nights are cool. The average monthly temperature in Bangkok varies between 31 and 35 Â° C throughout the year.
Thailand has 67 million inhabitants with a fairly high population density in major cities and especially in Bangkok. The population lives mainly in rural areas.
King Rama IX, ninth of the Chakri dynasty, ruled the country from 1946 until his death in 2016, a record of longevity at the head of the country in Thai history. His son Maha Vajiralongkorn then took the throne. Constitutional Sovereign, the King is officially titled Head of State, Head of the Armed Forces, supporter of the Buddhist religion and defender of all faiths.
A military coup brings General Prayut Chan-o-cha to power in 2014 as prime minister