Khao Yai National Park and Trekking from Bangkok Join Tour

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Khao Yai National Park and Trekking from Bangkok Join Tour

Khao Yai National Park covers more than 2,000 square kilometers of tropical seasonal forests and grasslands in central Thailand. More than 50 km of hiking and biking trails wind through the long-standing nature preserve, and its many waterfalls include the highest and the most famous waterfall in the park, Haew Narok and Haew Suwat, the famous 20 m. waterfall from Leonardo Di Caprio's film 'The Beach.' The park is home to a variety of animals such as hornbills, gibbons, pig-tailed macaques, muntjacs and sambar deer. It is one of the few places in Thailand where wild elephants still survive.


  • Explore Khao Yai National Park and get a glimpse of elephants, crocodiles, and more as you go hiking
  • Immerse yourself in Khao Yai's unique culture as you drop by some of its most popular tourist landmarks.

Price Includes

  • Transfers from/ to hotels (major hotel in Bangkok only)
  • National Park fee
  • English speaking guide
  • Insurance
  • Lunch

Price Excludes

  • Personal expenses such as tips, alcoholic beverage, etc
  • Other service not mentioned on this program.

Transfer Service

  • Transfer service operates according to pre-assigned and route only. Please let us know your hotel name during your booking process. We will confirm you the pick up time by email.
  • Extra charge will be applied for transfer in some Bangkok area. (To be advised).


  • Children between 2 -12 years old will be charged as the child price.
  • In any case of your booking isn't matched with reality when you show upfront (such as child's age, child's height, the quantity of people and etc), you are responsible to pay the additional charge upfront the show/tour. reserves the right to non-refund if the booking is mistaken reserved by guest.

Do and Don't

  • -Please don't sound the horn of your car or turn on the headlights when you encounter wild elephants on the road. They may become stressed and frightened and attack. Park your car and keep some distance between you and the elephants, at least 15 meters away. Wait until they go back into the forest. Most importantly, don't get out of the car.
  • - Don't feed animals in the park. They are familiar with humans and may approach you for food. Feeding animals affects their natural behavior. In addition, some foods cause problems in the animal's digestion system.
  • - Don't bring your pets with you. Pets and wild animals may transfer diseases. Don't release your animals into the wild. They can't compete with wild species for food and territory and will probably not survive.
  • - Please do put your rubbish in the bins provided. It's even better if you take your rubbish with you when you leave the national park. This will help the park staff a great deal and help keep the park clean.
  • - Avoid any activities that may disturb or pose dangers to animals and plants in the forest.
  • - Don't bring threaten items such as guns, hunting tools, crackers or fireworks of any kinds and don't behave in a way that upsets or disturbs other people. The park is for everyone to enjoy.
  • - Please help care for the natural beauty of the park as laid down be the National Park Act of 1961 or recommendations made be the park officers.

Important Thing To Know

  • Please plan to meet your tour guide in your hotel lobby at least 15 minutes prior to scheduled pick-up time.
  • Late arrivals: If you arrive more than 10 minutes late or after we have moved from your hotel, you may be considered a no-shows.
  • Khao Yai National Park has three main seasons, with an annual mean temperature of 23° Celsius, though this varies greatly with the seasons.
  • Rainy season (May–October): Most days have high rates of precipitation. The atmosphere is humid with average temperatures of 27° C during the day dropping to 13° C at night. Streams at peak flow.
  • Cold season (November–February): Clear skies, sunny and cool. Average temperatures of 22° C during the day and 10° C at night. Good time for hiking.
  • Hot season (March–April): Humid with daytime temperatures of 20–30° C and 17° C at night.
  • Itinerary may be subject to change or cancellation according to local weather conditions. In the event of bad weather, tours will be postponed until suitable conditions arise.

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