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Four Seasons Tented Camp, Thailand

Hotel Of The Day: Four Seasons Tented Camp, Thailand

One of the most once-in-a-lifetime hotel experiences you can have in Thailand (actually, anywhere in the world) is staying in this safari camp.

Interact with rescued elephants, explore spectacular mountain trails or bamboo jungles and unwind in luxury tents. What more could you possibly want from an unforgettable getaway? Here’s why this Northern Thailand hotel is so amazing…

Where exactly is Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle?

Forty-five miles north of downtown Chiang Rai in Thailand, the safari camp is on a picturesque hillside overlooking the Myanmar and Laos border.

What’s so special about this hotel?

Guests stay in one of the camp’s 15 luxury ‘tents’, which have a stylish living area, rustic wooden furnishings and a refreshing outdoor shower or roomy bathtub. While the rooms are a huge highlight, the fact that the camp itself is part of an elephant rescue programme is the key winner.

Roomy Bathtub in Tented Camp Thai

You’ll interact with the camp’s elephants as their Mahouts bathe them in the river

You can also cruise down the Mekong River on a custom longboat, relax with a spa treatment in the Jungle Spa, hike through the lush jungle or learn how to cook signature Thai dishes using organic ingredients from the camp’s gardens.

Four Seasons Tented Camp

fantastic swimming pool in Tented Camp

The resort also has its own wine cellar with daily wine and cheese tastings and a fantastic swimming pool area. It’s pure indulgence.

How much does it cost to stay here?

Check here for current prices

Stylish Living Area

When in Thailand you might want to visit the beautiful island of Koh Samui

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