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4 day Khao Sok Safari
Khao Sok National
Park is located across a mountain ridge separating the east and
west coasts of the Thai peninsula. Monsoon rains sweep into these
mountains from the Gulf of Thailand in the east and The Andaman
Sea in the west, making this Thailand's wettest area.
of the tropical forest flora, the abundance of fresh water
and the shelter of the mountains combine to provide an excellent
habitat for many species of wildlife - including elephant,
guar, banteng, binturong, languor (or leaf monkey), tiger,
leopard, Malay sun bear, monkey, white-handed gibbon, porcupine,
wild boar, snakes, lizards, bats, hundreds of different butterfly
species and over 180 species of birds, including several kinds
are guaranteed twice-weekly departures of this tour with English
speaking guide on every Wednesday & Saturday, from Phuket.
(Wednesday/Saturday) Phuket-Khao Luk-Khao Sok Drive through farmland
to Khao Luk National Park with stop at Lam Pi waterfall. Proceed
to Khao Luk. Lunch and swimming at Robinson Beach. Continue tour
over "Cloud Pass," entering Khao Sok National Park for elephant
trekking. Check in at jungle lodge. Evening free, supper and overnight
stay in national park.
Day 2: (Thursday/Sunday) Khao Sok National Park Option of
jungle trek or jungle canoeing. Bamboo rafting through grotto in
season. Continue to pre-Thai era temple area after lunch. Return
to jungle lodge. Late afternoon free. Supper and second overnight
stay in national park.
Day 3: (Friday/Monday) Khao Sok-Ao Luk-Krabi After breakfast,
depart for Krabi on upcountry road through bizarre limestone rock
landscape on the way to Ao Luk. Arrive at the pier and take a cruise
through the mangrove swamps and near by sea cave. View ancient paintings
in stalactite cave and visit Bokarani National Park. Continue to
Krabi for lunch. Check in at the hotel in Krabi town. Afternoon
free. Supper in traditional restaurant.
Day 4: (Saturday/Tuesday) Krabi-Phang Nga Bay-Phuket Depart
for Wat Tham Suea (Tiger cave), a monastery on a cliff over a jungle
valley surrounded by limestone rocks. Then take a boat ride to Princess
Cave and walk up limestone rocks. Option of swimming in the lagoon.
Later return to Phuket via Phang Nga. Arrive in Phuket with transfers
to your hotel.
Price £195.00 per person for minimum of two people.
For a similar alternative
trip, why not consider a visit to the Khao
Yai National Park or look at our eco-tours
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