Rufous-collared Kingfisher seen whilst birding in Thailand

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Birding tours in Kaeng Krachan national park

Tour description in short

Location of Kaeng Krachan national park on the map of Thailand

Our birding tours in Kaeng Krachan national park are available as daytrips or multiple-day tours. And the entire trip you will be looking for the amazing birdlife that inhabits this park.

We will get around by car and make stops throughout the park to walk the roadside through different habitats and visit known stake-outs. Typically, pretty easy-going.


Why our birding tours?

Due to its location, Kaeng Krachan national park has a high diversity of bird species. Many species from Indochina and the Sunda region overlap in this park. There is a number of Pittas, various hornbill species, all Thai broadbill species occur here, and lots more.

The park is not far from Bangkok, and even closer to the popular tourist destination, Hua Hin. Thailand's largest national park is definitely one of the birdwatching hotspots of the country!

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Birding tours in Khao Yai national park

Tour description in short

Location of Khao Yai national park on the map of Thailand

Our birding tours in Khao Yai national park are available as daytrips or multi-day tours. The tours will be completely focused on Khao Yai's amazing birdlife.

On these tours we explore the park by car and make stops throughout the park in different habitats, at fruiting trees, or stake-outs for specific species. Normally not a physically demanding trip.


Why our birding tours?

With over 400 bird species recorded, Khao Yai national park is a great location to visit. Some great birds include Siamese Fireback, Silver Pheasant, Coral-billed Ground Cuckoo, Red-headed Trogon, Eared Pitta, Blue Pitta, Long-tailed Broadbill, 4 species of hornbill including the stunning Great Hornbill and the rare Austen's Brown Hornbill, and the list goes on and on. What more do we need to add?

Khao Yai is easy to reach from Bangkok and has plenty of good facilities. And besides the stunning birdlife, there is a good chance to add some amazing bonus mammals too!

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Our birding tours in Thailand

With well over a 1000 bird species, Thailand is an amazing destination for birders. With help of our expert birding guides you significantly increase your chances to see some of the feathered beauties.

It is also possible to focus these tours on bird photography, taking more time to get the perfect shot.



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Red-headed Trogon
The stunning Red-headed Trogon fairly commonly seen on our birding trips in Khao Yai national park

Why our birding tours?

Our expert birding guides are probably at least as passionate about birding as you are. They love being in the field. That enthusiasm combined with their local knowledge is what will make the difference.

Each individual tour package will have more details on why it is a worthwhile option.

Great Hornbill in a fruiting fig tree
Fruiting fig trees are a great place to see birds like the magnificent Great Hornbill.

What are the available tour activities in Thailand?

Long-tailed Broadbill in Kaeng Krachan
A Long-tailed Broadbill perching in Kaeng Krachan national park.

On our birding tours you will drive around and make stops on known hotspots and in different habitats for further exploration of these areas on foot. Typically these tours are not physically demanding, and do not involve long distance hiking.

Especially for serious bird photographers, waiting for longer periods at a stakeout for the best possible photo opportunity is also possible.

For more specific details on the activities included in each of these tours, please, click the tour package to learn more.

Where are the tours taking place?

Currently, we only have a small number of destinations available. Primarily the large national parks, Khao Yai and Kaeng Krachan.

When is the best time for tours in Thailand?

Paradise flycatcher building a nest
The nesting season is a great time to see a lot of birds. Our birding guides spend lots of time in the parks and usually know where interesting bird species are nesting.

Generally speaking, roughly the first half of the year is the best time for birding. Many winter visitors arrive during this time, and over the course of this period many birds start breeding.

The larger hornbill species nest for quite a long period. Especially towards the end of the nesting period when the young are growing and need regular feeding is a good time to watch the male and towards the end also the female bring in food. In Khao Yai this tends to be around April - May usually for the Great Hornbill and the Wreathed Hornbill.

Pittas often nest a bit before or even in the wet season, but their nests can be hard to find. The broadbills often nest around March - May, Kaeng Krachan has all the Thai broadbill species, the Green Broadbill is rarely seen there, but there is a decent chance to see the other stunning species.

Mountain Hawk-eagle
The Mountain Hawk-eagle, one of Thailand's many stunning raptors.

How much does a tour cost?

The rates can be found on the tour package webpages. All the birding tour packages can be found at the top of this page. The button below will take you there.

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