Khao Yai National Park Private Transfer with Optional Trek

Khao Yai National Park Private Transfer with Optional Trek

From US$ 107.77 per person

Visit Khao Yai National Park, a UNESCO-listed heritage site and the third largest national park in Thailand. Come see more than 3,000 kinds of flowers, 250 kinds of birds, and 67 kinds of mammals like elephants, tigers, gibbons, deer and much more!

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Duration 10 hours
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Pickup included
Hotels in central Bangkok


  • Escape from the city and ordinary everyday life to see the natural beauty of Khao Yai National Park
  • Absorb the breathtaking scenery at the first national park in Thailand
  • Visit Heaw Narok Waterfall, a triple-tiered cascade from a 200-meter cliff through forested mountains
  • Enjoy an optional light trek with a park ranger
  • Visit Nong Pak Chee grassland and see an overview of the park from an animal observation tower
Full description
Khao Yai National Park or Big Mountain attracts one million visitors a year, mostly from Bangkok, which is only a 3-hour drive away. Khao Yai boasts four vegetation zones, spanning elevations from 100 meters to more than 1,400 meters. In its forest and savannah, the park supports a wild elephant herd estimated at 300. Another attraction is a vast population of hornbills of various species being great hornbill, wreathed, oriental pied, and brown. The trip will start from Bangkok in the early morning, around 6:00 AM. You will be greeted by a friendly driver and drive 3 hours to visit the first national park in Thailand. Along the way, you will have a chance to spot greenery wild animals like deer, monkeys and many more. You might even spot an elephant if you're lucky! If you would like to trek in the jungle with a park ranger, select this option while booking. There are up to fifty hiking trails following the migratory paths of wildlife to scenic waterfalls such as Heaw Narok and to grassy savannahs where elephants roam. On this journey, you will be trekking around 3-4km, which is an easy trail of 2 hours. You will also get to visit observation towers which will make it easier to see from the top. Your park ranger will serve as a guide and escort you around while sharing interesting information. At the end of your day, you'll arrive back at your hotel in Bangkok between 5:00 and 6:00 PM. 
  • Private air-conditioned transportation
  • Professional driver
  • Car insurance
  • National park admission fee (if trekking option selected)
  • Trekking experience with a park ranger (if trekking option selected)
  • Leech socks and insect spray (if trekking option selected)
  • Meal and drinks
  • Tour guide
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses

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Important information

Know before you go

  • There is no tour guide provided on this tour - you will have a private driver with you along the trip. If trekking option is selected, you will have a park ranger to trek with you in the national park
  • If you book the driver and car only option, you will have to pay a separate national park fee upon arrival (400 Baht/adult, 200 Baht/child)
  • Food and drinks are available at the tourist service to purchase
  • It is possible to stop at some tourist/souvenir shops on the return ride if you are interested
Customer reviews

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4.1 /5

based on 7 reviews

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The park is certainly amazing and truly Nature in the most complete sense of the word! In fact, we have not been able to see animals apart from a snake and some insects; I was sorry but I didn't think it was bad since it means that animals are really left free and unconditional! I must say that although the guide for trekking was a very nice and very nice 65 year old with 40 years of experience in the park, for the price paid for the excursion I expected a little more explanation, instead he only knew 3 words of English ... In addition, our driver brought us to the falls, instead I thought there was a guide, like the ones we then met on the way, who pointed out animals and burrows to the people, instead for us it was just a nice walk !

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August 15, 2019

Very nice trip with wonderful guides but too expensive for what you ge

May 6, 2019

The tour throughout is just the right to escape the big city

To complain is the announced English speaking guide. It was a nice Thai, but he could not speak more than 4-5 words of English. That was a pity, as I only expected information about the National Park

January 15, 2019

Product ID: 181748