The beautiful and unspoiled forests and rivers of Mae Hong Sorn province are just waiting to be explored. If you go trekking you will also be welcomed into the hill tribe villages, making your holiday an unforgettable experience, as you walk through the jungle, climb mountains, take pictures, bathe in rivers and pools, and breathe in the fresh air. Tourists from all over the world that have visited Mae Hong Sorn will recommend to everyone they meet to come to trek in this area.
There are many expert guides waiting to accompany you on your trek, who can ensure the highest levels of safety. Visiting Karen villages, are located in valleys or mountain slops at an average height of 500 metres. Karen houses are not usually large. Adult children usually leave the home when married - there is no extended family housing in most Karen villages. Houses are on stilts, made of bamboo or teak. Central steps lead to a porch, with a store room or kitchen to one side, a living area and bedroom on the other. Beneath the house is a working area, often with a foot operated rice ponder.