Discover the majestic beauty and local culture of the Khao Sok National Park on a full-day safari with overnight options. Bed down in a traditional raft house or bungalow. Ride through the jungle on elephant back. Bamboo raft down a river, and more.
What to Expect
Discover the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world, trek through a jungle on elephant back, and bamboo raft down a river to hidden caves on a 1-day (or multi day) safari, with overnight and tour extension options.
Located in the scenic wilderness of Ratchaprapa, the Khao Sok National Park (also known as the Guillin of Thailand) is the largest protected wildlife area in the country. Famous for its lush green rainforest, amazing limestone mountains, fantastic waterfalls, and large mangrove trees, it’s also home to giant trees, big flowers, and various kind of wildlife.
Venture into the jungle to see unique flora and fauna. There are an estimated 200 different species to see; many of them have not yet been named. Marvel at 50-meter tall trees and the world's largest flower when you spot a rafflesia. Home to more than 48 mammal species, including wild elephants, monkeys, gibbons, deer, bear, wild dog, and marbled cat, Khao Sok is a paradise for animal spotting. Look for up to 187 different kinds of bird, and thousands of butterfly and insect species. Glide silently down the Khao Sok River for the best animal encounters.
Extend your adventure with an overnight stay at either a traditional raft house or bungalow. Add on a 2nd night’s stay and you can experience both, with night safaris, herbal saunas, longtail boat rides and more. Sleep under the stars on the Cheow Lan Lake near Ratchaprapa Dam. Then, trek into the evergreen rainforest, kayak along the river, or explore the forest on foot or from the back of an elephant.
- Transfers from and to your hotel in Krabi, Phuket or Khao Lak
- Soft drinks and water
- Seasonal fruits
- Lunch, dinner, and breakfast
- Travel insurance
- English-speaking guide
- National Park entrance fees
Know Before You Go
• Bring a multi-day pack, good shoes, a towel, sun cream, sun hat, sunglasses and a camera
• The tour program is subject to change due to weather conditions
• The tour is run by Krabi locals, who actively support the local communities with volunteer teaching projects. Choose this tour to help them move toward small-scale tourism