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If you have been lucky enough to travel with The Austin Experience then we would love for you to share your experiences with the world! Please feel free to post your reviews on our trips on this page, include photos, videos and anything else you like. We want to show the world what travelling with The Austin Experience is all about and what better way to do this than in a public forum?

We look forward to your comments!

Kind Regards,

Jay & Dave

Chief Experience Officers

The Austin Experience

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Dennis says:

    all I can say is Chang Rai…… that’s Right..
    you see something that will stay with you for life… and ii am saving for the next trip. best ever!!! it was truly amazing… they say a picture is worth 1000 words well that’s was not enough for this trip. Thanks Jay n Dave hope to see you soon
    D

  2. Emma says:

    Songkran – What an amazing experience.

    Chiang Mai is an incredible destination.

    The Austin Experience is a completely different experience. You feel like you really get to take part in local life instead of watching it all go past from up high in a bus, and rushing from one place to the next. The understanding that local transport and businesses are used is great. Nice to know that the money you spend goes to the people that help you.

    Elephants, Tigers and Water fights. It was like being a kid again with the sense of fun and wonder that I had whilst there. Whilst the Elephants and Tigers were awe inspiring, the festival of Songkran was the best party ever. I saw people of all ages dancing to the music, throwing water and generally having fun. Everyone is excepting and at times random parties were joined with people that until then you didn’t know.

    Local transport is an adventure in itself with the tuk-tuks and songtaews, but the best thing is just getting out there and wondering. Some of the little back streets had the best food. And day or night I never felt unsafe. Getting lost is hard to do as a quick look for mountain Doi Suthep is a great way to orientate yourself.

    I could happily gush all day about the local people and food, all of which was fantastic.

    My only disappointment was that I couldn’t stay longer as I’m sure there is so much more to see and do. I’m already planning my next trip for the Festival of Lights next year.

    Thanks to Jay and Dave for making this trip so memorable.

    Em xx

  3. Stefani Lea says:

    I have been fortunate to travel with the Austin experience twice, and both times were the most amazing trips I have ever been on!
    The first time was to Fiji, where I experienced some of the most amazing things and conquered a few fears too! We did a sailing safari to a remote island with no electricity, which I honestly thought I would not cope with, but it was truely one of the greatest things I have ever done! And the snorkeling we did was spectacular (one of my irrational fears)!! And I also swam under a waterfall which never in my life did I think I would do! I’m actually very scared of open water!!
    The second trip was to beautiful Thailand! And again I experienced things I never dreamt I would do!! The biggest highlight of that adventure was the elephant treck day trip we did! Elephants are my absolute favorite animals, but never in my wildest dreams did I think I would ride one bare back through a jungle! It was terrifying but beyond amazing! And strangely the part that scared me the most was while the elephant walked on a smooth road!
    All in all I can not recommend them highly enough if you are wanting a holiday with never a dull moment and memories that you will never ever forget and will go down as the greatest experiences of your life!!!

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