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Lisu Lodge

Lisu Lodge, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Our rating: Simple

Fully integrated into the local community, the Lisu Lodge actively contributes to village life and supports various aid projects. Designed in the traditional hill style, it is staffed mostly by villagers and has been modified for western tastes with en suite European-style toilets, comfortable beds and the highest standards of hygiene.

The Lisu Lodge team operates an unsurpassed range of adventure activities including mountain biking, whitewater rafting, ox-cart rides and trekking. Over the past few years Lisu Lodge has won five international sustainable tourism awards.

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