Here follows the itinerary of our one-day tour in Kaeng Krachan national park.
Note: Often enough, our itineraries get turned upside down. It is impossible to plan in nature; the wildlife does not follow timetables, therefore the following itinerary is just a rough example.
Day 1 (07:00 to ±18:00)
After pick up at your hotel, we enter the national park and start with a slow drive looking for wildlife along the way. We might stop at some open forest clearings or ponds to look for birdlife and other creatures. And next we continue on foot to listen and scan for any animals that occur in the jungle.
We have lunch at the park restaurant. Even around there you might see interesting birdlife or more.
In the afternoon we walk on a dirt road through tall forest along a stream which offers good views into the canopy. This area is rich in bird species, but there is also chance to see mammals and other critters.
The late afternoon, we spend in the form of a safari drive. We explore waterholes, and the forest edges along the road where hopefully we will see some more species, before we eventually leave the park and drop you off at your hotel or meet your taxi to your next destination.
Extra information about the national park
Kaeng Krachan national park lies at about 3 hours drive southwest of Bangkok. The area can be tricky to reach by public transport. You are best off traveling with a private taxi service. We can organize transfers from Bangkok, Hua Hin, and elsewhere.
Our tours start from Kaeng Krachan town.
The park closes annually for three months (August - October), but outside those months our tours can take off every day of the year, as long as our guide is available. Booking in advance is recommended!
These are the rates (per person) for our 1-day wildlife tour package based on your group size. Followed by a list of what is included. And feel free to check out our other packages in Kaeng Krachan, below.