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Khao Yai National Park

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Khao Yai National Park

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Marut J wrote a review Sep 2020
13 contributions
Green natural well recovered helpful staff clean and well organized live animal well feed wonderful atmosphere
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lynne S wrote a review Sep 2020
Bangkok87 contributions11 helpful votes
We arranged a 12 hour day and night trip round Khao Yai National Park through Ton Ton Travel who were excellent. Highly recommend them - prompt email responses, good English, a guide with excellent English (Tata) and outstanding knowledge and attitude, and willing to accommodate specific requests re duration of walking etc. We were picked up from our hotel by Tata who arrived 10 mins early.Our first hour and a half were spent focussed on watching a family of white handed gibbons - utterly wonderful. Then a hike through the jungle wearing the leech socks they provide - fortunately we saw no leeches! The birds, snakes, spiders, and net mushrooms were all fabulous. Lunch at the restaurant at the park HQ. Elephant viewing and the famous waterfall Haew Suwat (used in the film The beach) and the Great Hornbill (amazing 1.2m tall) filled the afternoon. An hour's break before nightfall. Dinner as well as lunch is included and this too would be at the Park HQ restaurant. Then a 40 min night drive in an open backed truck with a spot light. Of note we saw an Indo-chinese water dragon, a Malaysia porcupine and a Masked Civet. What a fabulous day. I really recommend Ton Ton Travels for their day and night tour. Cost 3500 pp for two people, cheaper if there are more of you. well worth it. We plan to go back in Jan / Feb to see different birds and more elephants perhaps.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mike M wrote a review Aug 2020
Makati, Philippines27 contributions15 helpful votes
Great sized park, only fault is the 10 times Phalang have to pay compared to locals, fortunately my partner looks Thai so we got both of us in for 440Bht plus 30 for the bike. Did one afternoon then one morning and a bit here, earlier you get there the better, best to be there when the gates open a lot more chance of coming across animals on the way in and to get to the viewing hide early. Drive slow and watch the tree tops, I was blessed to spot a White-handed Gibbon high up on the roads edge and stopped and watched him swinging about for a while. If head back to this area would stay nice and handy to the park as I was 65kms away so can maximise the time in the park.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Chris P wrote a review Jul 2020
Bangkok4 contributions3 helpful votes
Great and beautiful park, however., Please stop 1000 percent entrance fee!!! (40 THB for Thais, 400 THB for for foreigners. Foreigners whom are residents in Thailand are paying taxes to support your parks. It is unfair to folks living here to charge us that amount. I understand that rate for tourists visiting the kingdom. I kindly ask the govt. to look into changing its policy towards charging foreign residents, please!!!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bonnie Z wrote a review Jul 2020
Bangkok, Thailand116 contributions29 helpful votes
We did the 5k trek through the jungle to the observation tour with guide. Our guide, K. Baan, was great and showed us how to watch out for leeches which turned out to be a real issue. Tuck your shirt in and wear the gaiters they try to rent to you. The walk was fun and informative if exhausting given the slippery path after the rain. It ended in a walk across a fallen lot which was daunting to those in the group over 65 but we did it without falling in!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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