Boklua View is set in a beautiful and remote part of Thailand. Nearby activities and attractions tend to be nature based and range from visiting the salt wells to trekking to remote hilltribe villages (where the locals don't get "dressed up" for the tourists), or easier jungle walks, or adventurous rafting on the Wa River.

We have none of the "manufactured" attractions of more established destinations, but offer simpler pleasures.


At a glance, our guests have (in alphabetical order):

Birdwatched — there are plenty of them...and butterflies too
Browsed — with our free WIFI internet
BBQ'd — with the set up done by us
Cycled — from Nan (amazingly!) or just along the valley
Fed — the fish at the salt wells, or out at Sob Mang village, with its charming suspension bridge
Fished — in the Mang or Wa rivers
Hiked — down to the Mrabri village on the banks of the Wa River
Honeymooned — usually in bungalow 1, 4, or 5B
Made merit — with the locals, as village monks do their early morning alms round
Motored — the roads to and from us are a favourite with motor cyclists and sports car enthusiasts
Meditated — on the bungalow balcony, or our own meditation sala
Painted — either the valley views, the mountains, or the morning mists
Pampered themselves — with a massage by therapists from the local hospital
Photographed — we're a photographer's dream — just check out the Facebook page
Picked — delicious organic strawberries from the nearby strawberry farms
Picnicked — at Doi Phu Kha or Khun Nan national parks, with a lunch pack from us
Rafted — on the beautiful Wa River — arranged by us with a certified rafting company
Read — on their balcony, in our sala, or down on the river terrace
Shopped — for local handicrafts, many exclusive to the area
Stargazed — they are so much brighter in the clear, mountain air
Strolled — along the main street of Bo Luang, a traditional Htin village
Sung — with karaoke arranged by us for large groups
Swum — in the Mang River, or at the secluded Saphan Waterfall, only 8km away
Toured — only 20 minutes away to the Phu Fha Royal Project
Trekked — locally, or to remote hill tribe villages
Viewed — the rare Chompu tree and the Ancient Palms, only found in this part of Thailand
Visited — the many village temples along the Mang River Valley with their ancient buddha images
Walked — a number of easy, or more difficult, walks from Boklua View
Watched — the ancient salt making process at the village salt wells, a five minute walk away
Written — writers stay for days and just let the inspiration flow

And last, but not least —

Dined — people love our food...and there are seasonal delicacies
Wined — we have wine, beer, spirits...and also mix some great cocktails (try our Boklua Sunset)


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