Activities

Limeleaf activities

Once at Limeleaf eco-Lodge there is plenty of time to kick back and relax, absorbing your new surroundings and the sounds of the forest. Perhaps you’d like take a walk along the countless footpaths and tracks that cross the farmland and terraced hillsides of Doi Moht, expand your culinary skills whilst cooking with Noi or trek into the forest and spend an unforgettable night under the stars learning survival techniques … what you do is up to you!

We have recently completed the construction of a steam tent and a spring-fed plunge pool to make your stay even more enjoyable. Alternatively, if you'd like to go 'off camp' then there's a swimmable waterfall only 5km away.

Plunge pool and steam tent

If you'd prefer not to go on an organised trek then the valley is ideal for exploring alone or with friends. The area offers magnificent views and easy to follow paths. The Lahu are very welcoming and provide a unique opportunity to interact with their community whether in the field or the village.

Naha's houseOur very good friends Naha and Jaboo always welcome Limeleaf guests to their home in the nearby Lahu village of Hoy Nam Rim

In the local area we have other like minded friends running activities such as Muay Thai Boxing training. [ click here to find out more ]

Click below for more information on any of the above.

[ cooking ]

[ trekking ]

 

 

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Visit the Limeleaf eco-Lodge video channel to view a tour of the camp as well as videos of the local Black Lahu village.

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ECO STANDARD AWARD


A video about Limeleaf eco-Lodge by Lea and Simon from HOPINEO (a community platform for travellers dedicated to better tourism).
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A promotional video of Limeleaf eco-Lodge.


Hidden Cities Extreme: Tarantula (filmed at Limeleaf)
To see more videos please visit the Limeleaf eco-Lodge YouTube video channel.