To help you make the most of your getaway, be sure to bring clothes and supplies appropriate for an adventure in the Golden Triangle.
Clothing and Footwear
- We recommend bringing a sweater, shawl or light sports coat. Outdoor temperatures in winter (November to February) may dip in the evening and early morning.
- For warmer daytime wear, bring natural-fibre tops with shorts, jeans, cotton slacks or sarongs.
- Whether the weather is cool or warm, you'll be most comfortable in casual clothes suitable for performing outdoor activities and lounging around the campsite.
- Be sure to bring a swimsuit to enjoy our pool and heated whirlpool. It's also good to wear under the mahout outfit when bathing elephants in the river.
- Pack lightweight, water-resistant rain gear for sudden showers. We have umbrellas.
- Being in a natural forest environment, you'll want a pair of comfortable non-slip walking shoes that can get wet and dirty. (The grounds may be slippery in early morning and during the wet season.)
- You'll be most comfortable in "camp shoes" or sandals. Due to the terrain, high heels are discouraged.
- A traditional mahout outfit is provided for guests to wear during mahout training and elephant trekking, along with a hat and footwear.
Other Personal Items
- A sun hat
- Insect repellent
- Prescribed medications
- Due to the unique terrain of Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, facilities for individuals with disabilities are not available.
- Domesticated pets are not allowed in the natural forest environment.
- Admission to Burma is subject to nationality and visa restrictions. Please check with your local Burmese government representative.