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Jungle Trekking in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Submitted by on 26/01/2010 – 10:21 am15 Comments

This is the first in a new Photo Essay series I’m going to be doing. I’ve got literally thousands of travel pictures rotting away in my albums and I feel it’s time to breathe some life into them, I’ll be uploading the large size pictures.
If you haven’t guessed already the first pictorial topic is Jungle Trekking in the hills around Chiang Mai, Thailand

(Next Photo Essay: Bac Ha Market, Northern Vietnam)

A thick forest path through the Chiang Mai Jungle.

1. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: At times through some very thick Jungle.

Huts in the Chiang Mai Jungle. While trekking in Thailand

2. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: Huts in small jungle villages made the simple life look beautiful.

Jungle Trekking has it's dangers... Elephant poo. A lonely flip flop sits in a heap.

3. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: The jungle has it's dangers for the flip flop wearer!

A friendly bunch of Children of a jungle village in the North of Chiang Mai come out to see the trekkers

4. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: Children at a jungle village somewhere in Chiang Mai.

Trekking in Chiang Mai: Old lady washes up after lunch, a bunch of hungry trekkers leave a big mess

5. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: An old lady cleaning up after the hungry trekkers.

Chiang Mai, Trekking. An old lady washing dishes in a jungle village

6. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: An old lady cleaning up after the hungry trekkers.

Chiang Mai Jungle Trekking: A Mahout washing his elephant in the river

7. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: An Elephant and his Mahout, getting a rub down in the jungle.

Chiang Mai Jungle trekking, Thailand: The elephants want to take pictures, they get up close and personal

8. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: The Elephant thought our camera was bananas...

Jungle trekking Chiang Mai, Thailand: We finish our Trekking at a jungle hut with a view over the hillside

9. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: After a few long days trekking we stayed in a jungle hut with views to die for.

Jungle trekking Chiang Mai, Thailand: The view from our Jungle hut, we just trekked over them

10. Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai: Sore and tired, the views of the hills and jungle around Chiang Mai made up for it.

(Next Photo Essay: Bac Ha Market, Northern Vietnam)

If you’ve been jungle trekking in Chiang Mai and have a picture you would like to share please add the link in the comments section and it should magically appear, I’ll link back to you also… Mucho Mucho Love…

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