Khao Yai is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its abundant wildlife includes many endangered mammals such as elephants, gibbons, tigers, leopards and Malaysian sun bears. Tour will include a slow drive through the park, the Kong Kaew Nature Trail, Haew Suwat Waterfall and night Safari.
07:00 Pick up from Hotel We'll pick you up from your hotel. Please wait in the lobby.
10:00 Khao Yai National Park Entrance It's about two hours from Bangkok to Khao Yai National Park and a further 60 minutes to the Visitors Centre.More...
11:00 Khao Yai National Park Visitors Centre You can have a look around the visitors centre and collect some useful information about the park before venturing on.
11:30 Kong Kaew Nature Trail There are many walking trails in the park and this is the shortest one. It starts and finishes by crossing a swing bridge at both ends of the walk.
12:30 Lunch in the National Park Restaurant After the brief walk you'll be ready for lunch, and you can choose what you like from the various shops around the restaurant.
14:00 Haew Suwat Waterfall We'll drive slowly to the waterfall so you can observe the abundant wildlife along the way. Haew Suwat Waterfall. It was made famous at the place where the 'jump scene' was filmed in the movie 'The Beach'.
16:30 Check-in to Resort We'll have to exit the national Park to check-in to the resort.
Time for a quick shower before an early dinner.
17:30 Dinner at Resort We'll take an early dinner so that you can be ready for the night safari.
19:00 Night Safari to National Park We'll reenter the National Park for what really is the highlight of this tour. The Night Safari will allow you to see animals in the wild as they go about their nocturnal business. Especially awe-inspiring are the magnificent elephants.
Day 2 Departs: 08:30
08:30 Depart Resort for National Park After a hearty breakfast we'll re-enter the park and go first to Haew Narok Waterfall.
09:30 Pha Daew Dai Cliff View While the morning fog still lingers, you can ascend through the mist to the cliff at Pha Daew Dai. It's 1,000 metres above sea level and the forest along the way is all mossy and shared by Himalayan black bears, wild bulls and elephants.
11:30 Haew Narok Waterfall Haew Narok Waterfall is Khao Yai National Park's most impressive waterfall. It tumbles in three main drops over some 150m cumulatively. There's a walking trail about one kilometre long that leaves from the car park and takes you to a viewpoint.More...
13:30 Lunch at National Park Headquarters We'll have a late lunch after visiting the waterfall and stopping off to see the wildlife along the way.
14:30 Depart for Bangkok After lunch we'll start the slow drive through the National Park, stopping along the way to observe the wildlife.
18:30 Arrive back at your Hotel You could expect to be back at your hotel around 6:30pm depending on the traffic.