Would you like a holiday with a difference?
Here is an opportunity to give back whilst you travel, you will meet great people, become immersed in a new culture, support the local community, meet lots of furry friends and learn about the Asian elephant.
Our programs vary from short term 3nights/4days to long term stays 1 week, 1 month and also run internships (when low on bookings we sometimes offer overnight stays and day trips). Our prices include; Transfers pick up/drop off from your hotel in Chiang Mai (in the moat square), accommodation onsite and all meals.
Contact us if you would like to find out about pricing.
NOTE: We DO NOT provide Wifi, you may wish to buy yourself a TrueMove or AIS12call Net Sim prior to arriving at BEES.
Accommodation and Facility information:
At BEES we offer unique local Thai style accommodation. This means that our beds are mattresses on the floor covered with a mosquito net to keep you comfortable. Their are 7 private rooms and 1 dorm style room that can sleep 4 individuals or a family/small group.
Shared Western toilet facilities, mainly cold water showers, sometimes when the water pressure is strong enough the Hot water may come on too
We have a washing machine onsite, feel free to wash your clothes and place a small donation in the donation box.
RAINY/COLD SEASON INFO:
The rainy season is from mid May— End of September. The first rains start end of April, from end of May we get rain almost constantly until September which makes it very difficult to build. The ground is very muddy and it’s a great time for scorpions to find their food. If you choose to come during these months insure you have appropriate footwear, the best footwear is rainboots that are knee high and don’t forget you wet weather gear.
The Winter season is December through to February. The nights can get as cold as 6′C. Warm jackets, long pants, gloves and socks are recommended, you may also like to bring a travel sleeping bag. From February to April is the HOT dry season, there is a lot of burning off this time of you and if you have allergies it’s advised to always carry you medication.