Kaeng Krachan is the largest national park in Thailand and has over 400 species of birds and 57 mammals including elephants, gaur, sambar deer, banteng, serow, bears, tigers, leopards, tapir and gibbons. A morning boat trip across the lake is great.
07:00 Pick up from hotel We'll pick you up from your hotel. Please wait in the lobby.
09:30 Kaeng Krachan National Park Visitors Centre It's about two and a half hours drive from Bangkok to Kaeng Krachan and the first stop will be at the visitors centre. We'll have a snack here before going on the boat.More...
10:30 Boat Trip to Monk's Island The man-made dam here caused local farmland to be flooded and created a new island which has become home to a small group of hermit monks. We'll stop here and you can walk around the island and visit the temple at the top of the hill.
13:30 Lunch overlooking the Lake Late lunch will be enjoyed at a Thai restaurant overlooking the lake.More...
14:30 Nature Trail in the Park We'll take the short nature trail and hopefully see some of the birds for which this park is famous.
16:00 Depart for Bangkok It's time to return to the city so you can relax while the driver takes you back to Bangkok.
18:00 Arrive at you hotel. You can expect to be back at your hotel about 6:00pm.
Important Information To preserve the integrity of wildlife habitats, off-the-road vehicle access is prohibited.
To preserve crocodile habitat, rafting is no longer permitted from K.U. Camp to Bong Luk.
In the rainy season the national park will be closed in the Ban Krang and Panoen Thung areas from August to October every year for visitors safety and forest recovery.