Limeleaf eco-Lodge official address: Limeleafeco-Lodge,138 Moo 8, Maechedimai, Wingpapao, Chiang Rai, 57260 Thailand.
Limeleaf is located between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai in the north of Thailand. It is 15km into the mountains from the main highway 108.
N 19° 03.119' E 099° 27.484'
1,113 meters above sea level
We can pick you up from Chiang Mai for the cost of 1500 baht each way for the vehicle, up to 6 people.
The easiest way to get to Limeleaf from Chiang Mai is to take a yellow taxi pick-up, which run every 30 minutes from Chiang Puek bus station, 200m on the left outside of Chiang Puek Gate. These pick-ups run a very efficient and reliable service for 60 Baht each way. They cannot be booked in advance. You get off at The Mae Kachan Hot Springs (Nahm Pou Ron), before Mae Kachan where we will pick you up to bring you to Limeleaf. This must be pre-arranged with us by telephone and costs 400 Baht for up to 8 people.
T here are also hourly buses from Chiang Mai to Mae Kachan, which lies on the cross roads of the 118 and 120 highways. There are also regular buses from Chiang Rai. We can pick you up fro either Mae Kachan or the hot springs located just south of Mae Kachan.
Alternatively why not rent a motor bike from our good friends at Tony's Big Bikes in Chiang Mai. They are offering a 10% discount to anyone who mentions Limeleaf when booking a bike. Click here to visit their website.
On your own: take the 118 from Chiang Mai, then the 3058 & follow the LimeLeaf signs.
Below is a trekking map of the area around Limeleaf eco-Lodge. Please note that the map is not to scale and is purely to illustrate sites of interest and trekking routes.
Click on the map to download a PDF high quality version of it.
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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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To see more videos please visit the Limeleaf eco-Lodge YouTube video channel.