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June 28, 2020 | Last Modified: 2020

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The Tuk Tuk Club has a very simple purpose - to help travellers to Northern Thailand get a truer picture of this most beautiful and welcoming part of the country. We’ll help you get away from the usual tourist routes and make a truer more personal connection with the people, the land and the culture. You’ll experience places, people and food that you’d never see on a normal trip to Thailand.

Responsibility

The Tuk Tuk Club believes passionately that travel, in particular grassroots, adventure travel, can and should be a force for good, not only for those travelling but also for the people, communities and environment. Our Responsible Travel Policy has three core components, Economic, Environmental and Social.

Business Case

We partner with local communities for every activity we do on our adventures. For example, when trekking near Doi Inthanon we hire local Karen guides from the village we stay in to lead the trek, not only to assist in the creation of employment but also to ensure that the absolute best possible experience is given to our travellers. Throughout all of our adventures, we exclusively use local providers, based in the village / town / community that we are staying in / passing through. For example, all of our accommodation is owned by people from the local area, they employ staff from the village / town the accommodation is based in and they source produce from the local area wherever possible.

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The Tuk Tuk Club has a very simple purpose - to help travellers to Northern Thailand get a truer picture of this most beautiful and welcoming part of the country. We’ll help you get away from the usual tourist routes and make a truer more personal connection with the people, the land and the culture. You’ll experience places, people and food that you’d never see on a normal trip to Thailand.

The Tuk Tuk Club believes passionately that travel, in particular grassroots, adventure travel, can and should be a force for good, not only for those travelling but also for the people, communities and environment. Our Responsible Travel Policy has three core components, Economic, Environmental and Social.

We partner with local communities for every activity we do on our adventures. For example, when trekking near Doi Inthanon we hire local Karen guides from the village we stay in to lead the trek, not only to assist in the creation of employment but also to ensure that the absolute best possible experience is given to our travellers. Throughout all of our adventures, we exclusively use local providers, based in the village / town / community that we are staying in / passing through. For example, all of our accommodation is owned by people from the local area, they employ staff from the village / town the accommodation is based in and they source produce from the local area wherever possible.

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