1. Wanderist Life
  2. Chiang Mai, Thailand

Wanderist Life Chiang Mai, Thailand

Amenities

Private & Shared rooms
Coworking included
Flights included
30-50
Accommodation
Private & Shared rooms
Housing
Apartments
Coworking
Yes
Flights
Yes
SIM card
Yes
Talks
Yes
Workshops
Yes
Attendance
30
Capacity
50
Price
$500 / week* or
$2,000 / month
Minimum stay
4 weeks

Description

We’re spending 30 days getting all the massages and eating all the noodles! Also, having loads of fun. We’re floating lanterns for Yi Peng, meditating with monks and even spending a weekend at an Eco Village with elephants living outside our front door…you read that right, ELEPHANTS!

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Wanderist Life reviews from previous trips to Thailand

Loved my overall experience

Loved my overall experience. I would highly recommend this for anyone who is on the fence about moving overseas. I took the leap and it has completely transformed what I want my future to be. I met so many amazing people -- both in my program and locals. And, I had experiences that will last a lifetime. I now know that living abroad is doable and this program helped make it possible. My year of travel abroad just ended but I'm already thinking about owning property overseas. Again, if you're on the fence, just take the plunge. You won't regret it.

1 week, 6 days ago

I have traveled with this group for a year and it has been one of the best experiences of my life

I have traveled with this group for a year and it has been one of the best experiences of my life. The best part is the community of people you get to travel along with. If you are considering I say take the plunge and check out the monthly experiences.

4 weeks, 1 day ago
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