Khao Yai National Park, Ayutthaya Environs

Bangkok is the focal point of the central region of Thailand but its environs are equally fascinating. A two or three hour drive could easily take you to beaches, national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, historic places, floating markets, ancient cities. More fun than you can have in a day.

Khao Yai National Park, Ayutthaya Environs » Selected Tours:

Erawan Waterfall Day Tour (Code:1513*)

Erawan National Park is 550 sq. km. of deciduous forest with high mountains and valleys, located in Kanchanaburi Province. The mountains protect the park from the eastern monsoon. Its major attraction is the Erawan Falls, a magnificent seven-tiered waterfall which you can climb if you feel inclined. More...
Price for Two: 10,000 Thai Baht
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Wildlife Bonanza Five Day Tour (Code:5101)

This special wildlife tour is designed to maximise your time in Thailand and will take you in a big circle through neighbouring provinces and back to Bangkok again. Overnight stops will allow you to see elephants in Khao Yai, dolphins in Chonburi, fireflies in Ampawa & tigers in Kanchanaburi. More...
Price for Two: 84,000 Thai Baht
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Ayutthaya Temples & Palaces Tour (Code:1100)

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya was the capital city of Siam for 417 years and the first European traders considered it to be the finest city in the world. You can wander through the grounds of the Summer Palace and then through ruins of the main temples in Ayutthaya itself. More...
Price for Two: 10,000 Thai Baht
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Ampawa Village Fireflies Two Day Tour (Code:2112)

Ampawa village nestles along the Mae Klong river and every evening myriads of fireflies hover around the lampu trees looking for a mate. Only here do they flash their lights in unison lighting up the trees like Christmas. You can see all this on the boat from your home stay. More...
Price for Two: 23,000 Thai Baht
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Floating Market Tiger Elephants (Code:1118)

This tour includes the Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak, the bridge over the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi plus Feed the Tiger Cub @ Wildlife Sanctuary Safari, ending at the Elephant Camp for a memorable ride through the jungle. More...
Price for Two: 12,500 Thai Baht
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Amazing Surin's Elephant Round-Up Three Day Tour (Code:3102)

The Surin Elephant Round-up is held in November each year to promote a better understanding of the physiology and versatility of Thai elephants. The whole town participates in the elephants breakfast and the elephant shows which include tug-of-war, battle scenes, ordination and harvest festival. More...
Price for Two: 48,000 Thai Baht
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Surin Elephant Round-Up
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Extraordinary Elephant Day Trip (Code:1506)

A quick stop at the Floating Market & the Bridge on the River Kwai will whet your appetite for the main event. Elephants! Here you can ride an elephant through the jungle and even take control as the mahout. Later you can take it down to the river for its afternoon scrub down. More...
Price for Two: 10,200 Thai Baht
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River Kwai Bridge Hellfire Pass Tour (Code:1502)

The Bridge over the River Kwai was immortalised by the French author Pierre Boulle and made into a major movie. The bridge covers eleven spans and was brought in pieces, by the Japanese all the way from Java to be reconstructed here. Partly destroyed by Allied bombing, it was repaired after the war. More...
Price for Two: 10,000 Thai Baht
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Khao Yai National Park Tour (Code:1105)

Khao Yai is host to almost 2,500 plant species, 67 different kinds of mammals and over 300 species of birds. The abundant wildlife includes many endangered mammals such as elephants, gibbons, tigers, leopards and Malaysian sun bears. More...
Price for Two: 10,600 Thai Baht
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Khao Yai National Park
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Irrawaddy Dolphins Tour (Code:1107)

From November to February each year, the murky waters in the estuary of the Bang Pakong River play host to the Irrawaddy dolphin. They come to give birth to their calves and you can see them early in the morning while they are feeding on the eel catfish. More...
Price for Two: 12,500 Thai Baht
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Irrawaddy Dolphins
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