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Jungle Adventure in Thailand


A great nature experience and a special encounter awaits guests of itravel on their trip to the Thai rainforest. The Elephant Hills Camp in Khao Sok National Park in the south of the country, the gentle giants live in harmony with nature. The tour guests have the unique opportunity to learn about the lives of animals and the unique mangrove landscape.

Facilities for former working elephants

Far away from civilization and very sheltered, the travelers can make in four days at the camp with his gray residents a detailed picture of one of the oldest rainforests in the world.
The original idea of the elephant camps in Thailand, it was the former working elephants, which could no longer be used for work, for various reasons, collect and refloat it.

Guests can feed the animals, bathe her and observe in dealing with their mahouts (elephant driver). Just contact with the mahouts is a very special experience.

Water and on foot

The stunning landscape of tropical rainforest is discovered quite relaxed on canoes, motor boats and a classic junk. When driving on the Cheow Larn-Lake, a reservoir which is used for power supply of southern Thailand, travelers experience the enormous diversity of nature and the connection they can use the kayak to explore the channels.
At the end of the stay a real jungle adventure is on the agenda: After breakfast, the jungle trekking begins with a leisurely walk. We pass huge limestone rocks, vines, bamboo and fig trees.

After staying at Elephant Hills Camp in the rainforest, guests can either leave their beach extension or to the airport for home.

This trip is from 490, – EUR booked for 3 nights per person. All meals, activities and transfers are included in the tour price.



September 6, 2014
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