Solidarasia has not yet really started operations in Thailand. The envy is great. It’s a beautiful country. Our travelers often think it is already too developed and destroyed by mass-tourism. They consider it for a stop over in Bangkok, for the beaches and shopping.
We wish to organize more tours in the near future, presenting communities in the countryside and in the mountainous areas, organic farming, and different visits to big cities with the local population. And of course, the beautiful island beaches.
The solidarity works will then quickly follow.
Solidarity works will take place soon
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