- I want to take my partner with me but they’re not really interested in Muay Thai – do you offer supplemental rates?
What is your cancellation policy
If you cancel more than 60 days prior to the start date of your trip, you’ll lose 50% of your deposit. If you cancel within 60 days, you’ll lose 50% of the cost of the trip, and if you cancel within 30 days you’ll lose 75% of the cost of your trip. You can view our cancellation policy in full here
You may be able to move your reservation to a mutually convenient date, at our discretion. You must let us know within 30 days of the tour start date if you would like to change your booking.
I can’t make it – can I send someone in my place?
Yes, please let us know as soon as possible if you would like someone else to take your place on the tour.
I want to take my partner with me but they’re not really interested in Muay Thai – do you offer supplemental rates?
We understand that not everyone is as passionate about Muay Thai as we are (it does happen!) Partners are always welcome but unfortunately we can’t offer supplemental rates or alternative activities for those who aren’t training.
Non-training guests are welcome to do their own thing during training sessions but they are responsible for making their way to meeting points if they wish to join the group afterwards.
Any discounts that you receive from the hotel for a shared occupancy will be passed straight to you.
Do I have to go to all the training sessions?
No, you won’t beforced to take part in training sessions – this is your trip after all! That being said, it would be a shame not to take advantage of the training on offer. This is a unique opportunity to access camps and trainers that would be very difficult to arrange on your own.
Do you I have to go to all the group dinners?
No, it’s up to you how much you get involved with the group activities. We only request that you attend the welcome and farewell dinners. All other meals are entirely optional (although we guarantee they’ll be memorable!)
I have food allergies, can you accomodate that?
Yes, please let us know at the time of booking your trip if you have any special dietary requirements.
What equipment will I need to bring?
We’ll provide you with premium 10 oz. gloves, Muay Thai Shorts and hand wraps from TUFF. We suggest you bring 3 extra pairs of shorts, spare hand wraps, a mouth guard and groin protector with you. You will get the opportunity to visit the TUFF factory during your trip to buy additional training gear at heavily discounted rates.
What if I get hurt when I’m training and cannot continue the tour – will I get a refund?
Unfortunately no, Muay Thai is a physical sport, and as such, comes with inherent risks. We will, however, take the utmost care to ensure your training is within your skill and ability levels, even if you’re a beginner. Most of our training will consist of pad work, clinching and light sparring.
Is this an all-inclusive tour?
No, your meals, transportation, and core activities are included. There are times however that you’ll want to tip your trainers, or massage therapists etc. and you’ll need to bring some cash for evenings out, souvenirs and other incidentals.
Do I need a visa to go to Thailand?
Typically, US, UK, and some EU citizens do not require a visa to enter Thailand but do check the You will need to check with your consulate or the Thai MOFA site, before booking your ticket. Typically US, UK, and some EU citizens do not require a visa. You’ll need a valid passport and proof of a return ticket.
Do I need any vaccinations?
You may need vaccinations so make sure you consult your doctor before travelling to Thailand. Typically, vaccinations should be done 1 to 2 weeks prior to departure.
Can I get a fight while in Thailand?
Not while you are travelling with MMT Tours. If you are interested in fighting, we can introduce you to the appropriate camps that can arrange fights for you. Typically, you will need to train full time with that camp for about a month before they will allow you to fight.
What is the health care system in Thailand like in case I’m injured?
Thailand has a world-class healthcare system, and it’s far less expensive than in countries such as the US. We strongly recommend that you buy some travel insurance for your trip that includes ‘extreme activity’ or ‘dangerous sports’ cover. Insurance companies will typically cover you for training but not for fighting.