Full Day Tour
Get a chance to experience the world-class and  biggest rainforest in the south of Thailand. Meet  the elephants, learn how they live, observe, feed,  touch, wash, srubb, and bathe with them Explore  vast jungle and limestone karsts view along   “Sok River” on a canoe. 
Morning : Morning Market, Enjoy elephant experience, Viewpoint 08:30 Pick up from hotel, stop at morning market to view charming local life and get chance to try seasonal fruits. Drive towards elephant camp. Enjoy elephant experience Afterwards you are allowed to feed the elephant, touch the trunk and take photo with. Visit Khaosok’s view point to take photo of mountain panoramic view. Then arrive to the restaurant for a delicious Thai lunch. Afternoon : Canoeing, Monkey Temple, Waterfall 13:30 Time for canoeing at “Sok River” which provides you peaceful greenery view, limestone cliffs raising straight up in the air, evergreen floras and some wildlife. Get chance to swim in an invigorating cool clear creek, enjoy Tarzan rope to jump into water. Viewing macaques at a local temple. Stop at the waterfall to freshen up before home. 16:45 Return to hotel.
 Khao Sok National Park Discovery
Khaolak Vista Tours & Travel. 65/8 m.3 Khaolak, Khukkhak, Takuapa, Phang-nga 82190 Tel: +66 87 332 5370 / +66 76 486 610 Fax : 076 486 796 E-mail : khaolakvista@gmail.com / Website : www.khaolakvista.com Tourism Authority of Thailand License No.33/5658
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Morning Market
Elephant Bathing
Elephant Bathing
Elephant Feeding
Greenery Scenery
Limestone Montains
Canoeing Along Sok River
Peaceful Canoeing
The View Poitn
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We reserve the right to change the itinerary due to weather  conditions, availability and flexibility of timing for elephant bathing,  canoeing and other factors beyond our control. Decisions will be  made in the best interests of all passengers on board and with  regards to the safety.
Price :  2.800 thb. per adult   1.800 thb. per child (4-12 years old)  Under 4 years old child, free of charge What to Bring : Sun protection, sunglasses, hat or cap, insect repellant, camera with waterproof bag or plastic bag, comfortable shoes, spare clothes, towel, a bit extra cash if you want to feed the elephants after bathing. 
Be informed that we are not allowed to have elephant trekking trough national park or rainforest area. It is against the law. The trails are best selected for both comfort to elephants and best sights for visitors. This trip is to experience elephant bathing, not for real adventurous trekking through rainforest.