Trekking in June

Trekking in June

June is a great month to go trekking in Chiang Mai! The dry season is over and the recent rain makes everything fresh and green. The weather is warm with occasional drizzle and light showers, so be sure to pack a rain jacket. On all of our treks, you’ll be...
Escape the pollution of Chiang Mai!

Escape the pollution of Chiang Mai!

For a couple of months each year our usually clean and fresh city becomes polluted due to a method of slash and burn farming. In the surrounding countryside of Chiang Mai, some farmers will clear huge areas of land ready to plant new crops in the coming season. With...
Kayaking for the Environment

Kayaking for the Environment

At 8Adventure’s we’re passionate about the environment and work hard to keep the river and jungle environment around our camp as clean and free from trash as possible. Often we’re inspired by articles we read in the news and one good example is the...
A final farewell to King Bhumibol

A final farewell to King Bhumibol

Thailand’s longest serving monarch, King Bhumidol Adulyadej, died last year amid great sadness for the generations of Thai’s that respected their King as a father and teacher; someone who led the country to prosperity whilst remaining kind and humble....
Happy New Year 2017

Happy New Year 2017

2016 was another successful year for 8Adventures and we’d like to take the opportunity to thank all the people we met along the way. Eric and the team proudly welcomed hundreds of travellers from around the world, and we wish to make many new friends again this...

Rain, Glorious Rain!

This has been Thailand’s driest and hottest summer since the 1960s with temperatures reaching record breaking highs of 44c. At 8Adventures we’ve had to work extra hard to keep our guests happy under the scorching sun. Rafting in Chiang Mai has been...