|Period||Room Category||Tour price in sharing twin (Net per person in THB) Min. 2 persons|
|2 Pax – Sharing
Ban Na Tin homestay
|3 Pax up – Sharing
Ban Na Tin homestay
|1 November 2018 – 31 October 2019||Natonchan homestay||THB 12,300/pax||THB 11,100/pax|
Duration: 3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS
Validity: 01 November 2018 – 31 October 2019
Departure : Any Day Upon Request
Starting Sukhothai Airport & Ending Sukhothai Airport
Day 1: Bangkok – Sukhothai (-/-/D)
Upon arrival to Sukhothai bus terminal/airport (arrival time # to be advised), your local guide will pick you up to Baan Na Ton Chan – Based on private vehicle that arranged by the community. Check-in to your homestay and host will take you around the village (by walks or Cycling) ; watching the lifestyle of Natoncha village.
Dinner : The local host will present you the local foods as welcome dinner together
Overnight at Homestay Baan Naton Chan.
Day 2: Sukhothai (B/L/D)
Wake up early around 06.30 a.m, 2 optional choices – watching the sun rise at the viewpoint, from where the scenery of the whole village can be seen or offering food to monks in front of home-based way of life. You will have a chance to join the host to cook local food with secret recipes and have breakfast together. Learning about the mud – soaked textile, is the main local product of Ban Na Ton Chan. A hand-woven textile developed with folk wisdom which has become a unique item identified with the place and inherited from ancient times by generations of textile weavers here. Lunch will be served at community center. There is Kao Perb (Stream Rice Noodle), Afternoon Relax on your leisure at homestay. We will go to local fruit orchard. There are many kinds of fruit at Baan Na Ton Chan, since the location of Baan Na Ton Chan is abundance. The villagers plant all kind fruits that they can find such as durian, wollongong, orange and etc, you can walk around and try some seasonal fruits you like.
Dinner with local family.
Overnight at Homestay Baan Na Ton Chan.
Day 3: Sukhothai – Bangkok (B/-/-)
Breakfast will be served by local host at homestay. Packing time! and relax on your leisure. Finally, as your 3-day adventure comes to an end, bid farewell to your hospitable host, and recount the wonderful memories and say goodbye to your home host and you will be lead to bus terminal/airport in Sukhothai.
Activities at Ban Na Tin
- Guests at Natonchan homestay will enjoy the following
- Cycling around the village
- Watching local weaving at the villagers’ houses or experiencing the weaving guided by the villagers
- Watching the demonstration of mud cloth production
- Cooking local dishes under the hosts’ guidance and enjoying the meals with host families
- Visiting fruit orchards available during the season
- Wearing mud clothes to give food to the monks who walk pass the houses in the morning
- Watching the sun rise at the viewpoint from where the scenery of the whole village can be seen
- Riding a bike to watch the sun set at the rice fields
- Visiting a doll maker’s house to see or buy local handmade dolls
- Visiting and enjoying the opportunity to buy local mud clothes at eh village’s community center
Natonchan Homestay rule and procedure
- There are 16 houses that can accept not more than 200 visitors.
- In and out from the homestay should be during 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- Wearing polite clothes.
- Please prepare your personal stuff for example your towel, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste and medicine.
- Man and woman normally stay separately.
- Register into the house giving ID card number, phone number, nationality and your personal health etc.
- Private roundtrip transfer to/from Sukhothai Airport – Natonchan homestay
- Personal English speaking guide
- Accommodation for 2 nights (Homestay)
- Meal as per mentioned in the program
- All activities in the village with lovely home host
- Any meals that are not mentioned in the itinerary
- International/Domestic flight ticket and all airport tax Tip
- Transfers or tours that are not mentioned in the itinerary
Natonchan is a village in the countryside in a small province outside a major tourist destination but the village has successfully developed itself to be an attraction in its own right. The charming village of Natonchan attracts people for many reasons, starting with its wonderful mud-soaked textiles. When you enter the village you will encounter a wealth of sustainable tourism attractions, such as the beautiful sea of fog from the mountains and the traditional creation of handicrafts, including baskets, furniture, dolls, chopsticks, and cloth made using traditional weaving techniques. At our homestay, don’t forget to try the famous Khao Poep (local noodle) of Natonchan.