Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s highest mountain. It is also one of the most beautiful national parks famous for its waterfalls and birdlife. Doi Inthanon National Park is about two hours drive from Chiang Mai. The park also known as “The Roof of Thailand” covers an area of 482 sq.km. The main attractions of the park are several waterfalls, nature trails and the two chedis dedicated to 60th birthday anniversaries of King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit. Many people do Doi Inthanon on a day tour from Chiang Mai. You can do one of the two major trails, either Pha Dok Siew or Kiw Mae Pan. There is an interesting Hmong Royal Project market where fresh fruit and vegetables are for sale. We recommend to stay overnight somewhere in the park. We offer a fantastic overnight camping trip. We also offer trekking trips with overnight in Karen villages. Temperatures on Doi Inthanon are mild year round. it is a fantastic park and definitely worth a couple of days of your trip.