Kaeng Krachan Wildlife Adventure – 4 Days
Kaeng Krachan National Park, just 115 km southwest of Bangkok, is Thailand’s largest national park and arguably the best wildlife preserve in the Kingdom. Here, 30,000 sq km of land have been preserved along the Thai/Burma border. In this vast forest a staggering 400+ bird species can be found along with countless butterflies and 68 species of mammals that include 14 of Southeast Asia’s most endangered. Wild elephants, tapir, gaur, banteng, leopard, tiger, gibbons, leaf-monkeys and the critically endangered Siamese crocodile can be found here.
This long weekend program immerses students in wet, wild and wonderful moment’s right from the start. They will raft the beautiful Petchaburi River, trek through unspoiled forest to a spectacular 9-tiered waterfall, camp under the stars in a wilderness rich in wildlife, explore a newly discovered cave and frolic in a huge lake during a sunset boat cruise.
Perfect for those that want to reduce their carbon footprint and maximize their time in nature with the least amount of travel, our Kaeng Krachan Wildlife Adventure will not disappoint.
Prices includes: All transport Bangkok to Bangkok, all meals and lodging, national park entrance fees, English-speaking naturalist guides.