KHAO YAI TOUR PACKAGE
 
NAKHONRATCHASIMA
 
DescriptionThis 1 day tour at Khao yai for real trekking in the national park. Visit some beautiful waterfalls and scenic view from Pha Daew Dai lookout. Elephant riding in the jungle also include in this tour. Khao Yai is a natural choice for a Wild Watch adventure.
DestinationThailand (Nakhonratchasima)
Start CityBangkok
End CityBangkok
Tour TypePrivate Tour
DurationFull Day
KHAO YAI  TOUR PACKAGE
 
 
Itinerary
06:00 hrsMeet your English-speaking guide in the hotel's lobby. 
Depart Bangkok for the 2.5 hours drive to Khao Yai. En-route to the park we stop in Nakhon Nayok province at a local fruit market where you can enjoy mango, rambutans and many more exotic fruits.
08:00 hrsArrive Khao Yai National Park. Within this refreshing and scenic landscape, with it's bizarre mountains, there is still untouched jungle, mountain streams and many waterfalls, with a preserved animal world, which includes wild elephants, buffaloes, deers porcupines, varieties of monkeys, parrots and parakeets, huge hornbills and another 250 species of birds.

Visit Khao Yai National Park Visitor Centre to get information about the park's information & attractions. There is also a museum with lots of great stuff about the park. There are photos and models of many of the species in the park and even a stuffed tiger.There are plenty of trekking trails around the park. There are many short trails for the casual trekker to enjoy the natural beauty of the park. Select one of Trekking Trail :

Option1 : Heaw Narok Waterfall (1+1KM.)
The biggest and highest waterfall in this area, is situated in the south part of Khao Yai National Park. The waterfall is a three-level cascade, its water drops step by step from 60-meter high of first level to the second and third level with about 90 degrees, approximately 150 meters, to its very deep abyss which is very fearsome when the water falls heavily in the rains.

Option2 : Pha Kluy Mai Waterfall or Orchid's Cliff Waterfall (3.5 KM.)
The waterfall is a medium-size waterfall, which has Wai Dang (Red Orchid) grow on its cliff and be the symbol of its area. The waterfall is be reached by walking.Visit Heaw Suwat Waterfall
Being well known by many people, Heaw Suwat Waterfall is situated at the end of Thanarat Road and three kilometers from Pha Kluy Mai Waterfall by walking. There is water dropped from 20-meter high cliff onto a pond below which is appropriate for playing water but not in the rains because there are very much cold and heavily flowing water.
12:30 hrsThai Lunch at local restaurant.
13:30 hrsThai Lunch at local restaurant.13:30 hrsVisit Pha Daew Dai Viewpoint, located on the route leading up to Khao Khaew. To reach the point, visitors must park their cars on the roadside and walk 200 meters through hill evergreen forest. Pha Daew Dai is an area of flat ground on a wide steep cliff. From this point, visitors can view Khao Rom. On the right hand side in the far distance is Thung Ngoo Lueam. Khao Samor Poon and evergreen forest in Prachin Buri Province encompass this area of grassland. 

Depart from Khao Yai National Park.
14:30 hrsEn-route visit Jungle House Camp to experience a 30-minute elephant ride with a trusted mahout (elephant caretaker) through the lush forest. Elephant riding in the jungle crossing the creek.
15:30 hrsDepart from camp to Bangkok. Enjoy a scenic drive through the beautiful countryside.
17:30 hrsArrive your Bangkok Hotel.
Do and Don't

-Please don't sound the horn of your car or turn on the headlights when you encounter wild elephants on the road. They may become stressed and frightened and attack. Park your car and keep some distance between you and the elephants, at least 15 meters away. Wait until they go back into the forest. Most importantly, don't get out of the car.
- Don't feed animals in the park. They are familiar with humans and may approach you for food. Feeding animals affects their natural behavior. In addition, some foods cause problems in the animal's digestion system.
- Don'tt bring your pets with you. Pets and wild animals may transfer diseases. Don't release your animals into the wild. They can't compete with wild species for food and territory and will probably not survive.
- Please do put your rubbish in the bins provided. It's even better if you take your rubbish with you when you leave the national park. This will help the park staff a great deal and help keep the park clean.
- Avoid any activities that may disturb or pose dangers to animals and plants in the forest.
- Don't bring threaten items such as guns, hunting tools, crackers or fireworks of any kinds and don't behave in a way that upsets or disturbs other people. The park is for everyone to enjoy.
- Please help care for the natural beauty of the park as laid down be the National Park Act of 1961 or recommendations made be the park officers.
 

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