ATV Adventure in the Mae Sa Valley   

Tour Overview

Come Drive an All Terrain Vehicle(ATV) through the forests, mountains and countryside of Northern Thailand. See parts of Thailand usually unseen by the average visitor. Your guide will take you through back road trails and through a colourful hill tribe village before summiting a local mountain for stunning views across the countryside.


• 07:45-08:15 Pick up from your hotel and guest house in Chiang Mai.
• 08:45 Safety briefing and practice.
• 09:00 Commence ATV tour, including visit to hill tribe village.
• 12:00 Return to Chiang Mai to your hotel/guesthouse.

Afternoon session also available departing 1pm


Join-in Tour
Price per driver in Thai baht
1950 Baht
Price per passenger in Thai baht
1200 Baht
This tour includes:
• Licensed English speaking guide
• Safety Gear
• Pick up and drop off at your hotel•
This tour excludes:
• Lunch
• Drinks 

Quick Facts
This ATV tour departs daily. Their is a choice of a morning session or afternon session.


You will be transported to the ATV camp by minibus or seated and covered pick up truck. The ATV camp is situated about 10km north of Chiang Mai.


All trips are lead by professional, experienced guides and are knowledgeable about the area, terrain and quad/ATV bikes.

Bike Equipment 

You will be supplied with modern imported ATVs with 260cc Engines, 4 wheel disc brakes, 4 wheel independent suspension, equipped with winch and automatic transmission. No riding experience is necessary as full driving tuition will be given.


A safety briefing and bike instruction will be held at the ATV camp you will also have the chance to get a feel for the vehicles around the camp track before departure.

Safety Gear
Helmets must be worn and will be provided. You will also be provided with riding gloves.

What to wear

Long trousers are best as they offer more protection to your legs and a sturdy pair of shoes. A t-shirt is OK but a long sleeved shirt may be needed in the cool season as well as a raincoat for the wet season. Sun block and sunglasses are also recommended.

What to bring

Bring your camera, a small plastic bag to protect your valuables, a daypack and a bottle of water. You may also need a raincoat in the wet season.