Southern Thailand is truly something. Some of the world’s best beaches, limestone caverns and pristine tropical jungles call this region of Thailand home. Not only that, our good old friend the Asian Elephant also calls this part of Thailand home. Why not multi-task a little bit and explore the wonderful region’s vast array of natural wonders while getting acquainted with a truly adorable giant beast? Check it out on our Elephant Hill Jungle Safari tour.
We will put you right on the spot from the start. You can choose one of two experiences to kick things off. If you want to get to know your new elephant friend a little more, then our Elephant Experiences option will work for you. You will get to interact with these guys and learn how mahouts care for them. In addition, you will personally feed our giant friend and plant some of their food for next year’s crop. If you want to explore the south’s tropical jungles and limestone mountains on the back of an elephant, then you can choose the other option. The view from up there is certainly unique and your massive friend can take you to some hidden parts of the jungle as well. After completing one of these options, give your friend a rest and hit the Sok River on a canoe and see the jungle from this perspective in the afternoon.
Oh, while on this trip, you will be staying at a spacious and luxury camp at Elephant Hills, Khao Sok that features conveniences such as en-suite bathrooms as well as spacious and comfortable beds. Here, you can also enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding nature and sip through the Jungle Explorer’s Club Bar wide selection of drinks.
Wake up to the sounds of birds and gibbons this morning. Stretch out, appreciate the sunrise environment and prepare yourself for an eventful day. We will take you to a nearby lake by local boat, a lake very few people know of and even fewer have visited. Please bring your swim gear along. If the weather is right, you will definitely swim amongst the limestone karsts.
Alright, first you’ve explored the jungle on elephant back, then on canoe, now check out it out on foot! This trek allows you to get up and personal to the area’s exotic plants, and there are quite a lot of them! You will also get to closely inspect the area’s wild animals, whether it’d be hornbills, macaques, monkeys or any other jungle creature. Lunch will be served right here and cooked in bamboo, a jungle explorer’s century’s long tradition!
Thailand is over 513,000 square kilometers of traveling paradise! From north to south, east to west, the country is diverse and sure to leave a lasting impression on you! For some touring ideas in the country, check out our Thailand tours page. If you have any questions or would like to create you very own tour, contact us for further details.
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