The Tuk Tuk Club
- Thailand's only self drive, guided, Tuk Tuk adventure
- Explore mountain back roads and communities
- Trekking, elephants, hill-tribes and of course Tuk Tuks
- Awesome boutique accommodation throughout
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The Tuk Tuk Club Tours
- 11 Day Tuk Tuk Adventure 11 daysStarts Chiang MaiEnds Chiang Mai$1,624
- 5 Day Tuk Tuk Adventure 5 daysStarts Chiang MaiEnds Chiang Mai$659
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Questions & Answers
Here we have collected and answered the most frequently asked questions.
But I’ve got no sense of adventure?
Everyone’s got a sense of adventure even if it’s hidden away. Why not join us and find your inner adventurer?
I’m travelling solo?
Brilliant – what better way to make friends than on an adventure like this. You can share a Tuk Tuk and will ‘room’ with another solo traveller throughout the tour.
I want to travel with my family?
A great idea. We can’t allow travellers younger than 7 years old (and of course they can’t drive) but you can ‘comfortably’ fit a family of 4 in your tuk tuk.
I want to travel with a friend?
No problems and actually highly recommended. Rooms are shared on a twin basis and you can even ask to have a Tuk Tuk to yourself.
What if I don’t want to drive?
That’s fine – no-one is forced to drive but of course we do need at least 1 driver per tuk tuk.
I don’t like Guest Houses / grotty accommodation?
Nights 3 and 4 in the National Park are in ‘rustic’ accommodation – taking advantage of the stunning surroundings. All other accommodation is of a very high standard (4*) with air-conditioning and even swimming pools (nights 6,7,8 and 9).
What do I need to bring?
A sense of humour, casual relaxed clothing and some spending money (around GBP 250-300 will be fine).
What sort of people is this trip for?
Anyone who wants to see the ‘real’ Thailand from a different perspective and be amongst the first people to take part in this sort of travel in Thailand. NOTE: Other than nights 3 and 4 the accommodation is at a high 3* / 4 * level. Nights 3 and 4 are simple and ‘rustic’.
Can I do this?
Yes - s long as you've got a sense of adventure and flexibility of course you can!