“Great locations, the hotels and the towns we stayed in were exactly what were looking for, and it felt like we were properly exploring Thailand. The tuk tuks were surprisingly comfy and by the end of the trip it was hard to say goodbye to our tuk tuk 'Wolf...“
- 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
The Tuk Tuk Club was the result of too many long flights, too much thinking / dreaming time and a few too many nights of far too many beers. Surely it’s possible to drive a Tuk Tuk around the mountains of Thailand we thought, everyone else seemed to think it wasn’t....
The Tuk Tuk Club was the result of too many long flights, too much thinking / dreaming time and a few too many nights of far too many beers. Surely it’s possible to drive a Tuk Tuk around the mountains of Thailand we thought, everyone else seemed to think it wasn’t. A few months of navel gazing (planning!) later it turns out it is possible and in fact it’s hugely enjoyable and, even better, there are some awesome and very comfortable places to stay en route. And so ‘The Tuk Tuk’ Club was born. The ‘Club’ is run by people who have been delivering travel experiences in Asia and beyond for year and years and share a huge passion for Thailand, for doing something a ‘little bit’ exciting and helping others to experience and see what they’ve been lucky enough to see. We are also far too fond of a nice ice-cold beer at the end of a day’s adventure…Read more
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- Sue5 Day Tuk Tuk Adventure4.5 - ExcellentWritten on April 19, 2018Loved being up in the mountains beyond where most tours go. Had some fun stops at local coffee shops and small roadside stands for food.
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About The Tuk Tuk Club
The Tuk Tuk Club videos
- Main Page Video
- The Tuk Tuk Club - overview
- DAY 1 - Arrival, Training and Temples
- DAY 2 - Elephants and Rafting
- DAY 3 - Mountains
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- DAY 4 - Trekking and Waterfalls
- DAYS 5 AND 6 - Travelling to Mae Sariang and Mae Hong Son
- DAY 7 - Magical Mae Hong Son
- DAY 8 - Onwards to Pai
- DAY 9 - Pai
- DAYS 10 and 11 - Mountains, hill-tribe villages and back to base
Driving a Tuk Tuk
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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!