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   Cruising on a bamboo raft along one of the several rivers that wind through the far north is a memorable way of enjoying the region's natural scenery. Mae Taeng, a tributary of the Ping River in Chiang Mai, is a favourite choice for rafters. The Pai River, Mae Hong Son, at 180 kins in length, is the biggest and longest river in Mae Hong Son. There are three suitable points for rafting: Juai Chang Kaeo to Amphoe Pai - taking about 6 hours, from Amphoe Pai to Amphae Muang - taking 5 days to cover 70 kms, and from Amphoe Muang to the Thai-Myanmar border - a pleasant and picturesque section of the river that can also be negotiated by long-tail boat and on elephant back. The most suitable time for rafting is between October and March.
Mac Kok River
    This river is 130 kms long and runs through the heart of Chiang Rai province, eventually emptying into the Mekong River, Its route flows through jungles and over towering mountain cliffs, with several hilltribes living nearby. Regular rafting trips are organised from Chiang Rai to selected destinations, and also between Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai.
Mae Klong River
    In Umphang province, rafting takes visitors past the Thi Lor Jor waterfall, hot springs, and caves. The Takobi rapids add an element of hair-raising excitement along the way. In the area is also the beautiful Thi Lor Su Waterfall, Mae Tuen Sanctuary, Mae Sot.
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