October 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle in Chiang Rai, Thailand
Go on the adventure of a lifetime in the wondrous natural surroundings of Northern Thailand. Tucked away in the historic Golden Triangle region, Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is the first all-inclusive Resort for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. Here you will discover the joys of interacting with elephants, explore mountain trails and bamboo jungles, and unwind in superb luxury tents.
After an active day, unwind with a massage and share your adventures with a small close-knit community of fellow adventures over your dining experience. For those special occasions arrange a picnic in the jungle, by the river, in the garden or a private dinner in the wine cellar where you will enjoy a selection of your favorite dishes paired with impressive wines.
To get to the camp, Chiang Rai is a 75-minute flight from Bangkok International Airport (BKK). Chiang Rai International Airport (CEI) is located 8 kilometres (5 miles) from downtown Chiang Rai, about 65 kilometres (40 miles) south of Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle. By road the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is approximately a 4 hour scenic journey through Thailand. There is also helicopter service between the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle and Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai which offers spectacular views of the northern Thai countryside.
Location of Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
Nearest Airport: CEI, CNX
Amenities for Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
- Outdoor Dining
- Private Dining
- Wine Cellar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Outdoor Whirlpool
- Cooking Classes
- Wildlife Viewing
- Elephant Trekking
- Nature Hikes
- Active & Adventure
- Food & Wine
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Luxury Tents & Open Air
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
This was our 3rd trip to FS Tented camp and every time we return, the experience gets better and better. The tents are gorgeous and they always manage to give you the same tent upon your return or one very close to it which is great cause it really begins to feel like home. I love falling asleep and waking up to the jungle noises. This trip we went during raining season and the humidity was a bit higher and there were a few mosquitoes but the staff knew that I am very sensitive to them and really did an excellent job keeping them out of the tent. I really appreciate the attention to detail. The staff is amazing. Over the years and the few trips we've made there, we have become friends with the staff and I have kept in touch with them from the states. Seng and Somkid always make each visit a little different and more special than the last visit. No elephant trek is ever the same even if you travel the same route. No excursion is ever the same because Somkid will make it a little different and personalize it. The two of them have really become friends. My husband and I really keep visiting because we want to visit the staff and of course we want to see Bounma and Thong Kham (our favorite gentle giants!). We cannot get enough of the elephants. They are so majestic and intelligent. If you have the opportunity to visit this camp, it is the ultimate escape. It is worth the trek there and while expensive, it is worth the cost. It is truly an unforgettable experience.
kopismom - New York City, New York
After being heard that this hotel is the most expensive hotel in Thailand then I would love to experience once. And yes it's pricy, but with all the unique decoration and great package tour made me no wonder why. I felt like I'm in my favourite flick Jurassic Park and wait to see some Apatosaurus to come and swallow chucks of trees by the balcony. But a bit sad that it's raining on the day I stayed, but well...September is rainy season in Thailand anyway. Staff are very supportive and the food so delish!!!!
MIKE B - Bangkok, Thailand
Our family of four just returned from a 12 day trip to Thailand. Among our hotels that we stayed at was the Four Seasons Tented Camp for 2 nights. It was definitely the highlight of the entire trip. The resort is definitely not cheap, but we left saying that it was worth every penny (and probably a few more!). The entire experience was magical.....from the breakfast with the elephants, to the massages, the amazing food, drinks at the Burma Bar, wine and cheese tasting in the cellar and obviously the amazing tents. All that being said, the service and people working at the resort are incredible. A truly once in a lifetime experience.
ericaust - Newport Beach, CA
The rooms are air conditioned luxury tents similar to those of a luxury safari and are nestled into the mountains. The bedding is first rate and all the tents are private from others. The staff is wonderfully kind and courteous and the ratio of staff to guests is exceptional. Then there are the elephants. Suffice to say the animals are spectacular creatures and are very well treated by the staff. The elephants, all rescued, make two treks a day, only enough to provide necessary exercise. Anyone with moderate athletic ability can enjoy a closeness to these amazing creatures that is truly unparalleled. An unforgettable experience. The four season tented camp is unmatched, and rarely rivaled, by the finest resorts around the world.
We just spent three nights at the Four Seasons Tented Camp. It is a really extraordinary experience. The golden triangle area is worth to visit. It is very interesting to experience the different cultures of the three countries. And based on what what we can judge from various visits to the Thai islands, Krabi and Chiang Mai I would say the Chiang Rai area is the most authentic tourist destination. The camp is trying to make your stay a memorable one. Starting with the longboat transfer to the camp on the Mekong and Ruak rivers into the jungle. The setting of the camp is hard to match. The 15 tents are attached to the hill, facing the river valley along a more than 1km long path. That's a very private setting. It's a 'tent' in the jungle. So you can feel like an adventurer - if you are able to ignore all the luxuries amenities of the tents that can easily compete with any traditional high class resort room. The camp also features the Burma Bar, a restaurant, a spa, a pool, a wine cellar for wine and cheese tasting and of course an elephant camp. Given the size of the camp, everything at smaller scale but very nice. At the Burma bar you can enjoy your evening cocktail, watching the sunset over river and if you are lucky some elephants standing at the hilltop. The spa is also attached to the hill and open to the jungle - very nice. At the restaurant you are having a nice view at the river, Burma and in the background the hills of Laos. Every morning at you can have a close encounter with two young elephants joining in for breakfast. The food is excellent, including the cookies in the tent. Overall the service is good. Given the small size of the resort it could be a bit more personal. Nothing to complain about, but rather a missed opportunity. We had three guided activities during our stay. Thanks to our guide Rain three very nice ones. I do not know if it was by purpose that we had the same guide for all activities but it made a lot of sense as the guide and the guests get to know each other and the guide can better focus on the guest's preferences. Currently is rainy seasons. Rainy means rainy: it can rain for days. In our case we have been lucky. The rain did not interfere our plans. It did rain for 12 hrs and more but mostly at night. But some of the camp's land is flooded which means for example that the options to walk around with the elephants are limited. Overall the Four Seasons Tented Camp is a great and unique experience. It comes at a very exclusive price tag. Is it worth the money? The answer can only be a very personal one. Some aspects that might help you to find your answer: Food and Drinks are all inclusive, even alcohol (except for some expensive spirits). Besides the financial aspect it's just relaxing. No need to sign bills and it feels more like being with your family or close friends. Some of the camp activities are included as well. What's worth sitting atop of a river, watching an elephant eating, slipping a drink and hearing nothing but the sound of nature? What's worth spending some time very close with 'your' elephant? What's worth having a guide that is taking you really to the locals? We enjoyed it.
neuha - Frankfurt, Germany