Khao Yai National Park: Waterfalls and Jungle Trails

3-Day Khao Yai National Park Wildlife Jungle Experience - Thailand

Prices from £168 pp

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Duration3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

LocationKhao Yai National Park

Suitable for families

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Overview

Khao Yai is the oldest of Thailand's National Parks and is the best place to see wildlife in Thailand. Just four hours from Bangkok you'll find yourself in a natural jungle with a variety of animals waiting to be spotted. With a trip to the bat cave, a full day's safari and comfortable resort with pool, there’s no better way to explore the surrounding wildlife.

What's included

  • Accommodation – price based on 2 people sharing
  • Breakfast
  • Bat cave trip
  • Full day safari with an English-speaking guide

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Arrival at Khao Yai National Park and Bat Exodus

During this trip to Khao Yai, you will stay in a comfortable and spacious bungalow, set in beautiful gardens and surrounded by the jungle. After settling in and freshening up, you’ll set off to catch sunset at the bat cave. You’ll witness thousands of bats swarm out in the light of the setting sun and into the National Park for their evening feast.

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Khao Yai National Park Safari

You’ll have an early start today and set off on a small open pickup (songthaew) with your guide and fellow travellers in search of some wildlife. Your guide is excellent at spotting the wildlife and the bus will stop often for you to get out and see some of the animals in the jungle canopy. It’s worth bringing some binoculars with you to spot them hiding.

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After lunch, you’ll set off on a 2-hour trek through the jungle. Your guide will explain everything you see along the way, pointing out edible leaves and creatures. As dusk arrives, you’ll notice the sights and sounds of the jungle beginning to change. The noise of crickets will become deafening, and now is your best chance to see elephants, wildcats and porcupines.

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Departure from Khao Yai

Today, your Khao Yai adventure comes to an end. So after breakfast and a quick swim, you’ll be transferred to the train or bus station for your next adventure.

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