Mae hong son loop map...

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  1. jarmin2004

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    Hi there,

    My friends and I are going to Chiang Mai for 4days and 4 nights (flying out to BKK on 13-Apr-11 !) and our intentions are to do the Mae Hong son Loop in that time on bikes and a jeep.

    I paid for one of the highly recommended GT rider maps (through this website) over 1 month ago with a view to planning the route etc but it was never received :cry: tried chasing but to no avail...Ive since found this which, if we were to do a section a day, works out nicely

    http://www.budget.co.th/images/world/worldclass_mae_eng.pdf

    2 questions really - who would be responsible for sending the maps out?

    and where would be good places to do some elephant riding/shooting/rafting/waterfalls on our route ...(do we have to book these up in advance)

    Many thanks,

    Craig J
     
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    Craig
    Please check your email.
     
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    Thanks David, much obliged.

    Would you know much about the latter question of where to get involved in outdoor activities?
     
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    Craig
    No real need to book these activities in advance. It is low season.
    Rafting might be a bit disappointing right now in the middle of dry season, although it has been unusually wet the last few weeks.
    Shooting there are a few ranges in Chiang Mai.One is next door to the X-Centre Bungy jump, run by Ian Bungy on this forum. Bungy also has some buggies & drift carts you might want to try.
    Elephants you can find in Pai / Mae Hong Son / Mae Taeng, plus out in Mae Chaem on the Khun Yuam road where they have some twin elephants & very rare in the world.
     

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