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From Khao Lak: 2-day Cheow Lan Lake & Wildlife Tour

1. From Khao Lak: 2-day Cheow Lan Lake & Wildlife Tour

Enjoy an overnight tour to "Cheow Lan Lake," located in the "Khao Sok National Park." Visit the"Nam Rad Watershed Forest" to marvel at its unique jungle and crystal clear creek. Sleep on a beautiful floating raft house on the lake, discover the landscape and wilderness by boat. Take part in a leisurely jungle walk and explore a cave. Day 1: Enjoy the convenience of being picked up early in the morning from an address in Khao Lak. Kick back and relax in an air-conditioned van on the drive to the Khao Sok National Park. Stop to snap photos of the morning mist and lush evergreen forest from the Khao Sok Viewpoint. Arrive at the Nam Rad Watershed, a unique watershed forest where you can swim in a crystal-clear creek and soak up the greenery. Continue to Cheow Lan Lake for a boat tour to highlights like the Three-brother Pillar. Have the chance to swim from the boat. Dig into a local lunch at the raft house and check in to the charming floating bungalows with breathtaking views of the lake. In the late afternoon, board a boat and admire the stunning area in the glow of the setting sun. Look for bright birds, reptiles, and some mammals. Return to the raft house for dinner and have free time to gaze up at the stars and breathe in the fresh air. Get some rest for your next adventure-filled day. Day 2: Wake up with a cup of coffee and the view, or take a kayak out to soak up the morning scenery as the sun rises from behind the mountain peaks which loom over the jungle. Fill up with a hearty breakfast before packing up and checking out. Cruise to a jungle trail where you can admire lush views of the rainforest. Set off on an easy, guided jungle walk around the island. Be introduced to flora and fauna along the trail by your guide. Explore the cave with beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. Enjoy a delicious Thai lunch, with a 270-degree view of the lake. Spend some free time just simply relaxing or swimming to beat the heat. Get back on the boat and head to the pier for your transfer back to your accommodation in Khao Lak.

From Phuket: Ethical Elephant Sanctuary Tour in Phang Nga

2. From Phuket: Ethical Elephant Sanctuary Tour in Phang Nga

Observe free-roaming elephants in a safe environment on a tour from Phuket that includes hotel transfers, an on-site photographer, and a Thai lunch. Enjoy the rural landscape of the Mueang Phang-nga district, meet an elephant and kwan-chang (elephant handler), and bathe and feed the gentle giants. Upon arrival at the wildlife sanctuary, meet your guide and learn a little about the elephants as you take a walk through the forest. Touch, feed, photograph, and interact with these majestic animals while learning about their behavior. Receive bananas and sugarcane to give them a sweet treat. Then, accompany the elephants to a nearby mud spa. Go knees-deep into the mud to apply a healthy cosmetic mud treatment to their skin. Next, walk with the elephants to a nearby river and join them in the water for a refreshing bath. Take a swim and help brush the elephants as they play in the river. After bathing the elephants and taking some final photos with them, it is time to part ways with your friends. Take a shower, change into dry clothes and savor a freshly-cooked, traditional Thai lunch with seasonal fresh fruits, tea, and coffee. You can also join a Thai cooking demonstration and see how pad Thai, a signature stir-fry dish, and som tam (papaya salad) are prepared. Later, end the tour with hotel drop-off.

Khao Sok National Park: Overnight Treehouse Trip with Meals

3. Khao Sok National Park: Overnight Treehouse Trip with Meals

This all-inclusive overnight stay takes you one step closer to the jungle. Sleep in a stylish treehouse and gain insights into the diverse nature of Khao Sok National Park, one of the oldest national parks worldwide. Your tour includes meals and round-trip transportation from Khao Lak. Pack your bags and prepare for a jam-packed multi-day trip that includes canoeing and elephant bathing (no riding) in the valley of the rainforest as well as taking a longtail boat ride on the Cheow Lan Lake, visiting a cave, and jungle trekking. You’ll have the chance to get to know Khao Sok from different sides to experience its diversity to the fullest. Being at the right time at the right place, you might see blooming orchids or even the biggest flower in the world. With a bit of luck, you might see gibbon monkeys crossing your path. On your first day, explore the riverside of Khao Sok by canoe and meet some gentle elephants to play and have a bath with them. Have lunch and dinner at the Rock and Treehouse Resort and later have enough time to explore its surroundings. After an unforgettable night in one of the unique bungalows in the middle of nature, wake up for a fresh breakfast before beginning the second day, which will be spent at the barrier lake. Sightseeing by longtail boat, get the chance to easily enjoy the unique landscape. Later, join a 1-hour jungle trek with a local ranger. He’ll take you deep inside the jungle to explore untouched nature. A cave visit will also be part of the trip and, after having an authentic Thai lunch at the bamboo raft houses, you’ll have some more time to swim and relax. In the afternoon, head back to your hotel, riding again through the lush landscape of Khao Sok.

Khao Sok Jungle Hike and Canoe Tour

4. Khao Sok Jungle Hike and Canoe Tour

Get back to nature at Khao Sok National Park with this combo activity. After getting picked up from your hotel in Khao Lak, make your way to the park. Stop along the way at the Khao Sok Viewpoint to admire panoramic views of the morning mist over the rainforest. Upon arrival at the park, set off on your hike through the jungle. Follow an easy 3-kilometer trail and get acquainted with the native flora and fauna along the way from your guide. Stop at a freshwater stream to freshen up and cool down before beginning the return journey (3 kilometers). Later, sit down to a delicious traditional Thai lunch then board a canoe rowed by a professional paddler for a tour along the Sok River. Admire the breathtaking scenery along the river and stop at a riverbank for a cup of tea or coffee served in a bamboo cup that you can take home as a souvenir. Finally, visit Khao Sok View Point to capture a panoramic view of the rainforest before getting dropped off back at your hotel.

Phuket: Monkey Cave, Water Rafting, Zipline & ATV with lunch

5. Phuket: Monkey Cave, Water Rafting, Zipline & ATV with lunch

Experience local culture while also getting your thrills with this guided full-day Phuket adventure that includes a temple visit, a zip-lining adventure, and a white water rafting excursion. Start with a 2.5-hour drive to the Monkey Cave at Suwan Kuha Temple. See the 15-meter-long reclining Buddha.  Next, get ready to ride the rapids on a 5-kilometer-long white water rafting course. Then, head to the zip line site and zip along the treetops along 150-meter long lines. Take a break for lunch at the camp and recover from the exciting activities. End your wild Phuket trip with a 30-minute ATV ride, if the option is selected.

Phuket: Khao Lak Rafting, Elephants, and Turtle Center Tour

6. Phuket: Khao Lak Rafting, Elephants, and Turtle Center Tour

Visit Khao Lak, an elephant sanctuary, and a sea turtle center on this adventurous day trip from Phuket. Try bamboo rafting, elephant bathing, and Thai food during lunch at a local restaurant. Swim and relax at Lampi Waterfall. Following pickup, take off from Phuket and head north to Khao Lak, passing Sarasin Bridge and entering Phang Nga Province. Enjoy sightseeing from the car along the 1.5-hour drive. Arrive at Kiang Koo Creek for peaceful bamboo rafting downstream. Enjoy the natural surroundings along the creek, then drive to Khao Lampi-Hat Thai Mueang National Park. Stop for swimming at the Lampi Waterfall and visit the Sea Turtle Center at Tablamu Navy Base, where sea turtles are taken care of. Refuel with a Thai lunch at a local restaurant. Later, arrive at an ethical elephant camp (no riding allowed). Watch and join in the natural behavior of elephants, including bathing and feeding them. Learn more about these unique creatures while getting closer to them like never before. After another drive through Khao Lampi-Hat Thai Mueang National Park and a final swim at Lampi Waterfall, head back to Phuket for hotel drop-off.

Phuket/Khaolak: Full-Day Ethical Elephant Jungle Sanctuary

7. Phuket/Khaolak: Full-Day Ethical Elephant Jungle Sanctuary

Enjoy a full-day tour to the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary in a small-group tour that is limited to just 10 people to ensure you get as much interaction with the elephants as possible. Start the tour with a morning pickup from your accommodation in Phuket. Take a 1-hour scenic drive, arriving at the sanctuary by around 8 AM. Meet your English-speaking guide, enjoy some snacks and learn about the history and behavior of rescued elephants. Then, trek into the jungle with your guide where you will find free-roaming elephants and hear their individual stories. You can touch, feed, photograph, and interact with the elephants at your leisure while you learn about their lifestyle and behaviors. At 11 AM, stop to enjoy a delicious spread of home-cooked Thai food for lunch. After lunch, head back into the jungle to feed the animals their dietary supplements. Learn more deeply about each elephant and what it takes to keep them healthy and happy. Once you have met all the elephants, accompany them to a nearby mud spa. Get muddy with the elephants as you apply a healthy mud treatment to their skin. Then, walk with the elephants to a nearby river and join them for a refreshing bath. Take a swim and help bathe and brush the elephants while they play in the water. At about 4 PM, take some final photos with the elephants before it is time to part ways and change into some dry clothes. Finally, eat some snacks and seasonal fresh fruits and head back to your hotel.

Khao Lak: Khao Sok, Cheow Larn Lake, and Coral Cave Day Trip

8. Khao Lak: Khao Sok, Cheow Larn Lake, and Coral Cave Day Trip

Discover Thailand's natural beauty on a day trip to Cheow Lan Lake and Klong Seang National Park from Khao Lak. Experience two traditional forms of transportation; bamboo rafts and longtail boats, trek through the jungle, and enjoy lunch at a bamboo raft house. Be picked up early morning at your hotel lobby and start your day with a scenic drive. Along the way, make your first stop at Ban Ta Khun Market where you can observe the daily life of the locals. Stop for a photo opportunity at Cheow Lan Lake Viewpoint before boarding a longtail boat towards the lake's hidden lagoon. Take in breathtaking views of the dramatic limestone mountains and emerald-green waters as you sail. Upon arrival at Klong Seang National Park, start the adventure with a 1.5-kilometer jungle trek. Admire native Thai wildlife as you stroll. Next, board a traditional bamboo raft to reach Coral Cave, where you can admire spectacular stalagmites and stalactites. Continue to a bamboo house for a delicious Thai lunch. After lunch, enjoy some free time to relax, swim, or kayak. On the way back, stop for a photo at Khao Sam Kloe, the iconic rock formation on the lake. Upon arrival at the pier, hop back on the van and get dropped off back at your hotel.

Phang Nga Bay: Longtail Boat Sightseeing Tour

9. Phang Nga Bay: Longtail Boat Sightseeing Tour

Explore the famous Phang Nga Bay in an authentic Thai longtail boat. Catch a perfect view of the region's limestone and see Ko Tapu, the James Bond Rock. Take a canoe ride to lay back and enjoy nature. Eat lunch in Koh Panyee, a sea gypsy village built overtop the water. View the fascinating landscape of the Andaman Coastline, full of substantial green mangrove forests that are habitat many animals such as lizards, snakes, monkeys, and a variety of birds. Get close to pillar-Esque limestone towers that protrude out of the blue waters. Arrive near the world-famous James Bond Island, made known for the filming of "The Man with the Golden Gun" starring Roger Moore. Spot Ko Tapu, the James Bond Rock, and take a picture of yourself as the classic 007 character. Jump into a canoe, lay back, and enjoy while your guide paddles for you. Get right next to stone formations that are hundreds of years old, caves, and majestic mangroves. Discover the village of Koh Panyee and learn of the lifestyle of the sea nomads that live there. Enjoy a traditionally made Thai lunch and take a short walk through the village to learn about the culture of the inhabitants. Find a souvenir or two to remember your experience or share it with a friend. Visit a local temple on the way back with a chance to see wild monkeys.

Khao Lak: Cheow Lan Lake Overnight with Elephant Day Care

10. Khao Lak: Cheow Lan Lake Overnight with Elephant Day Care

Prepare to experience the pleasures of Cheow Lan Lake. Immerse yourself in the serenity of nature, along with the towering mountain, emerald green water of the lake, and wildlife inhabiting the dam. Partake in sports and leisure adventures, and rejuvenate your body and mind. Day 1 Start your adventure bright and early with pickup from your hotel. Capture a memorable moment at a scenic viewpoint on the way and board a traditional long-tail boat upon arrival at Cheow Lan Lake. Make a photo stop at the famous Gui Lin rock formation, before joining a jungle walk, try bamboo rafting, and enjoy free time to explore Coral Cave. Afterward, delight in a buffet lunch upon arrival at your floating resort. Check in to your room and start exploring the lake by kayak. Help yourself to coffee, tea, fruit juice, and seasonal fruit as you relax by the emerald water of the lake in the afternoon. Next, visit Khao Sok Wildlife Safari by long-tail boat, before returning to the resort for a delicious buffet dinner. Day 2 Start the day early with a coffee or tea, before heading out on another adventure day. Look up and experience bird watching in the rainforest canopy by a self-paddle kayak while your guide leads the way. Head back to the resort for breakfast and get ready for the next activity. Continue your journey to Khao Sok (main land) National Park. Explore the sights of local life in the southern part of Thailand as you drive to your first stop. set off along the peaceful and lush Sok River with bamboo raft paddlers. Admire stunning views of dramatic towering mountains, and maybe catch a glimpse of the various birds, reptiles, wild orchids, and monkeys that call the area home. Take a well-deserved break on the river banks and sip on fresh coffee made from bamboo. From there, head to a local restaurant and create your local lunch dish on your own as your guide teaches you the traditional Thai way. Savor each bite as you discover the tastes of southern Thai delicacies. Hop back on the van and make a quick stop at Mea Yai waterfall to hear the rushing water and take in the unique scenery. After, take stunning photographs at Khao Sok Viewpoint, with panoramic views over the national park, the home of 51 species of mammals, 300 different birds, and wild orchids. At last, visit an elephant sanctuary and meet the friendly giants. Hear about their individual stories and how they were rescued. Learn how to make a medicinal meal for the elephants from the loving elephant carer (mahout), then bathe the elephants in a fun mud spa. Finally, feed them from your own hands while taking some exciting new photos for your social media page. Feel the tickle of their furry trunks on your hands as you enjoy their playful nature. Transfer back in relaxation to your hotel.

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Worth every penny! Lots of interaction with the elephants, including hand feeding, a walk in the jungle, spreading mud on them, scrubbing them down in a pond and showering them. Full day includes 2 meals but the first isn’t served until noon so plan accordingly. Each person also gets a coffee/tea drink of their choice around 11:00. The walk in the jungle is hot with lots of mosquitos but seeing the elephants walking through the jungle is super cool and provides for amazing photos. Our guide, Minty, was amazing! Very knowledgeable, entertaining yet professional and spoke extremely fluent English.

This small group tour was amazing! We got so much one on one time with the elephants and were able to ask a ton of questions. Our guide Kevin was outstanding! He loved answering our questions and was very knowledgable on the elephants and the facility. We never felt rushed during any of the activities and were able to really enjoy our time with the elephants.

A must see when in Phuket. Our guide Smily gave us a great introduction and explained the sanctuary to us very well. The subsequent experiences with the elephants were absolutely amazing. You get up close to the animals. You can also tell that all the employees are passionate about what they do and take care of the animals. We can only recommend this tour.

Great experience. Our guides made sure we maximized the experience and helped take great pics to keep the memories forever.

Everything went well. They even wait fo us even if we are delayed by 15-30mins.