When most explorers are planning their trip to Pai, Thailand they see bright green photos with mountains looming in the backdrops. What may surprise you is that if you visit Pai in the dry season the scenery is going to be vastly different. Dry season in Pai runs from November through April and offers a unique perspective on this northern mountain town. A haze covers the landscape as farmers are burning their rice paddies for the next season’s crop and the lush greenery begins to incorporate a mixture of reds and yellows. And while the lack of rain does dry up many of the waterfalls you can still find a few of these oases in the right spots. Here are my top 6 ways to enjoy Pai during the dry season.