Discover the essence of Thailand on an adventure-packed journey. Cruise along the River Kwai, explore ancient temples, encounter hilltribes, and visit the Elephant Nature Park.
Arrive in Bangkok and Transfer to your hotel. Check in and freshen up.
In the Evening, get ready for your Sky dining experience.
Head to the Vertigo Restaurant, which is located on the rooftop of the Banyan Tree hotel. Enjoy a delicious meal while admiring the stunning views of the Bangkok skyline.
After enjoying your dinner, Return to your hotel and get some rest
Meals Included: Dinner
06:00: Depart from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi via Nakhon Pathom by van.
09:00: Short stop in Nakhon Pathom to visit "Phra Pathom Chedi," Thailand's tallest pagoda.
10:30: Explore Khao Noi Cave Temple and nearby Tiger Cave Temple, showcasing beautiful architecture and revered Buddha images.
11:40: Visit the poignant JEATH War Museum, displaying historical artifacts from World War II.
12:45: Board RV River Kwai at Nong Ya dock, enjoy lunch while cruising on Kwai Noi River.
Afternoon: Free time to relax and explore.
19:30: Dinner and overnight on board.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Breakfast on board while cruising up the Kwai Noi River to Muang Singh.
08:00: Visit a nearby boarding school patronized by H.R.H. Crown Princess Sirindhorn for refugee children.
Explore "Prasat Muang Singh," a historical park with Khmer architecture from the late Lopburi period, showcasing the grandeur of the ancient Khmer empire.
11:00: Coach journey to Tha Kilen Train Station.
11:47: Take a scenic 3rd class train to Saphan Tham Krasae, passing over the charming wooden Wang Pho viaduct.
12:02: Visit Krasae Cave, an excellent viewpoint with a Buddha image, situated by the Kwai Noi River.
12:30: Coach ride with a short stop at Sai Yok Village, nestled along the riverbank.
13:00: Enjoy lunch on board while cruising.
Afternoon: Leisure time on the boat.
19:30: Dinner and overnight on board.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Start the day with breakfast on board.
08:00: Walk uphill to visit the enchanting Kaeng Lava Cave, renowned for its splendid stone draperies and natural formations of stalactites and stalagmites.
10:30: Continue by coach to the historic Hell Fire Pass, a significant part of the Death Railway, where a memorial complex pays homage to the POWs and laborers who endured hardships during its construction.
12:30: Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in the scenic Sai Yoke National Park, near the picturesque Sai Yok Yai waterfalls.
15:30: Return to RV River Kwai for a leisurely afternoon on the boat.
19:00: Indulge in a heartfelt "Farewell Dinner" and spend the night on board, cherishing the memories of your journey.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
06:00: Experience a traditional Buddhist merit-making ritual by offering food to monks at a nearby temple.
Enjoy breakfast on board.
09:15: Disembark and return to Kanchanaburi by coach.
Visit Wat Tham Khaopoon, a historic Buddhist temple with remarkable stalactites, stalagmites, and Buddha images. Enjoy a scenic view of the Kwai Noi River valley from the temple's rear.
Explore the interactive Thailand-Burma Railway Center Museum, honoring the story of the Thailand-Burma Railway. Pay respects at the Donrak War Cemetery, a resting place for Allied prisoners of war who perished during the railway's construction.
Visit the iconic bridge over the River Kwai, an enduring symbol of the Death Railway, constructed by Allied prisoners of war and Asian conscripts during World War II.
12:00: Lunch at Rabiang FA Restaurant, near the confluence of Kwai Yai and Kwai Noi rivers.
13:15: Depart for Bangkok.
18:00: Arrive in Bangkok and transfer to your downtown hotel, concluding a memorable journey.
Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch
Pick-up from the hotel in Bangkok at around 8:00 AM Visit Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), one of the most important temples in Thailand, and the Grand Palace, a stunning architectural masterpiece and former residence of the kings of Thailand Continue to Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha), the largest temple in Bangkok and home to a 46-meter-long reclining Buddha statue Take a break for lunch at a local restaurant In the afternoon, take a long-tail boat ride along the canals (khlongs) of Bangkok, also known as the "Venice of the East" to explore the city's hidden waterways and traditional way of life. See the local houses built on stilts, markets, and temples along the canals. Visit Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, and known for its stunning architecture and beautiful views of the river and the city Return to the hotel by around 5:00 PM Meals Included: Breakfast
7:30 AM: Pick-up from the hotel in Bangkok 9:00 AM: Arrive at Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Begin the tour of Ayutthaya's temples and historical sites, including Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, and Wat Mahathat. 12:00 PM: Lunch break at a local restaurant (included in the package) and a chance to sample traditional Thai cuisine. 1:30 PM: Continue the tour and visit other iconic temples, such as Wat Lokayasutharam, which features a giant reclining Buddha statue, and Wat Chaiwatthanaram, known for its beautiful Khmer-style architecture. 4:30 PM: Return to Bangkok and drop-off at the hotel. Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch
Enjoy breakfast at your Bangkok hotel and prepare for check-out. Our driver will pick you up for your transfer to Bangkok airport to catch a domestic flight to Chiang Mai. Upon arrival at Chiang Mai International Airport, we'll greet you and depart in a comfortable off-road vehicle. Visit the hilltribe museum to learn about the diverse ethnic groups in Thailand, including the Hmong, Yao, Lisu, Akha, Musers, and Karen. Explore the orchid farm and proceed to The Chang Village (formerly Maesa Elephant Camp) in Mae Rim to observe elephants in their natural jungle habitat, without demonstrations or riding. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant before visiting Hmong Villages of Ban Nong Hoi Kao, Ban Nong Hoi Mai, and Ban Mae Khi. Check in at Hmong Hilltribe Lodge for an overnight stay. During dinner, enjoy a delicious spread of barbecued meats, Thai dishes, salads, pasta, fruits, and desserts in the cool mountain air. The evening will be enriched with captivating Hmong cultural presentations. Meals Included: Lunch & Dinner
After breakfast, leisurely explore the area around Hmong Hilltribe Lodge with a rainforest trek to Ban Mae Khi, a charming Hmong Village. Check out from the lodge and proceed to Hang Dong via Samoeng, stopping at Suan Kularb (Rose Garden) of Royal Project for lunch. Visit Ban Tawai, Chiang Mai's famous handicraft center, observing skilled local artisans at work. Return to Chiang Mai and transfer back to your hotel for Check in, concluding an enriching day. Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch
Begin your day with a delightful breakfast at your Chiang Mai hotel. Meet your designated driver for a tour of Doi Suthep, including the famous Doi Suthep temple. Enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. Explore Chiang Mai's highlights, including the ancient city walls, Tha Phae gate, Three Kings Monument, and Wat Chedi Luang temple. End your day with a visit to a bustling local market, experiencing the vibrant street food and diverse souvenirs. Return to your hotel and enjoy free time in the evening. Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch
Enjoy breakfast at your Chiang Mai hotel and join our driver to head to the Elephant Nature Park. Arrive at the park's Visitor Center for a warm welcome and orientation on conservation efforts. Learn about the elephants and their rescue stories. Observe and interact with the elephants safely, understanding the park's ethical approach to elephant tourism. Relish a vegetarian buffet lunch at the park's restaurant. Take a guided tour to see the elephants in their natural habitat, participate in feeding sessions, and learn about their dietary needs and herbal medicine. Witness the elephants bathing and playing in the river and have the chance to interact with other rescued animals. Engage in hands-on activities, contributing to the park's efforts. Depart from the Elephant Nature Park with a deeper understanding of elephant conservation and responsible tourism. Return to your Chiang Mai hotel and enjoy a free evening to explore the city. Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch
Indulge in a delightful breakfast at your Chiang Mai hotel and complete the check-out process. Our driver and guide will pick you up from the hotel lobby as you proceed to Chiang Rai. En route, take a fascinating stop at Mae Kachan Hotspring, observing how locals use the natural springs to boil eggs. Arrive in Chiang Rai and begin your exploration with a visit to the White Temple, an iconic architectural marvel cherished not only in Thailand but also in Asia. After enjoying the serene ambience of the White Temple, head to a local restaurant for a delectable lunch. Following lunch, continue your journey by visiting the Blue Temple in Chiang Rai, another captivating temple offering unique beauty and cultural significance. Having savored the experiences, we will transfer you to your Chiang Rai hotel for check-in, allowing you to enjoy free time for the remainder of the day, exploring the city at your leisure. Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch
Enjoy breakfast at your Chiang Rai hotel and prepare for pick-up. Meet your driver and guide in the hotel lobby and head to Chiang Saen District at the Golden Triangle Area. Experience a scenic longtail boat ride on the Mekong River, surrounded by Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar. Visit the House of Opium Museum, which offers a fascinating journey through the history and impact of opium in the Golden Triangle region. Enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. Return to your Chiang Rai hotel and have free time in the evening to explore at your leisure. Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch
Enjoy your breakfast at the Hotel in Chiang Rai and get ready for Check out Pick up from the Hotel Lobby by our driver and Proceed to Chiang Rai Airport for Final Departure Meals Included: Breakfast
A small, intimate camp with just ten large, comfortable safari cabins offering high standards of accommodation and service, Oliver’s Camp is located in the quiet, animal-rich eastern sector of Tarangire National Park. The camp is uniquely licensed to offer walking tours and night game drives (both at additional cost) within the national park for the opportunity of incredible encounters with elephants and other big game as well as the smaller creatures.
The spacious guest tents are furnished in a traditional African style and raised on wooden platforms sheltered under thatch roofs. There are mosquito nets and spray, a radio (to contact reception), a torch, digital safe, solar powered lights and a large canvas wardrobe. Each tent has a private deck with sun loungers and a private bathroom. There is also a special honeymoon and family cabin available. There are no power sockets in the tents: batteries can be charged in the main tent.
Inside the main communal tent is a communal dining table and comfortable lounge area. Meals are delicious and mainly a mix of African and continental dishes.
The lodge also provides a complimentary laundry service and local drinks.
Restaurant, lounge, private bathrooms, solar-powered lighting, digital safe, mosquito net and spray.
The park is famous for its large numbers of elephant, particularly in the dry season. Buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, greater kudu and eland can also be easily seen here. There is a small population of tree-climbing lion and African wild dog. Leopards are widespread throughout the park. The very rare fringe-eared oryx can be seen on occasion. African rock python is often found resting in acacia trees close to wetlands near Silale: other reptiles include puff adders, Speke’s hinged and pancake tortoises. Birdlife is also impressive and includes secretary bird, martial and crested eagles and the endemic yellow-collared lovebird.
Game drives and walking safaris, plus optional night drives (at an additional cost)
Perched on the rim and affording spectacular views of the world famous Ngorongoro crater floor below, the ivy-clad Ngorongoro Serena Lodge offers good rooms, friendly service, well run facilities and delicious food.
Ngorongoro Serena Lodge is actually built into the rim of the crater itself, with the foliage-covered native stone of the lodge blending into the surrounding hillside. The views of the crater will certainly take your breath away: the 75 rooms, bar and restaurant all overlook the picturesque valley below. The rooms have attractive wooden floors and are decorated with ancient cave art. Each features modern en suite bathrooms, patios and heating as the temperatures can significantly drop here at night.
The main building contains a large restaurant, bar, gift shop, TV area and an attractive outside decking area, perfect for relaxing while admiring the view. There are buffets for breakfast and lunch but an a la carte menu is available for dinner.
Beside the exciting safaris within the crater, there are numerous walks and activities one can do from the lodge including visits to local tribal villages.
Within Ngorongoro crater is a diverse ecosystem representing nearly every habitat found in East Africa. Open grasslands are inhabited by wildebeest, zebra, lion, cheetah and black rhino; acacia woodland provides cover for leopards; swamps supply the food for elephants and buffalos; freshwater pools harbour hippos; and a small soda lake is a feeding ground for flocks of flamingos. In addition there are small outcrops of rocks which give shade for lions and even an highly arid area of shifting sand dunes.
Restaurant, bar, lounge, TV room, gift shop, heating and private bathrooms.
Large game is abundant and includes elephant, black rhino, buffalo, zebra, gazelle, impala, eland, waterbuck, lion, leopard, cheetah and spotted hyena. Smaller species often seen in the crater include serval, black-backed jackal, bat-eared fox, dwarf and slender mongooses and olive baboons. The crater is regarded as one of the best places in all Africa to see the highly endangered black rhinoceros.
Game drives within the crater and guided walks along the rim. Cultural activities are also available including visits to local tribal villages.
Embodying all that is great in East Africa bush camping, Serengeti Safari Camp is a gem of a lodge. Six beautifully equipped safari tents provide accommodation for just 12 guests creating an intimate and relaxed atmosphere. Candlelit bush dinners, good standards of service and some of the best guides in Africa all go to complete the safari experience. The lodge switches its location throughout the year putting it in the very best position for the migration. For this reason the camp is one of the best options for those hoping to view some of the most spectacular events of the migration such as river crossings.
The camp itself is actually quite simple but the quality of food and service is first class. There are two communal tents, one is a comfortable lounge and the second is the dining tent where delicious and well-presented dinners are taken. Breakfast and lunch are usually taken out in the field. There are six private and spacious guest tents, each with a table and chairs and large double bed. Behind the beds is a changing area, sink, towel rack and bucket shower with hot water available on request. Storm lanterns powered by solar power provide lighting and there is a torch and alarm for emergency attention.
The locations of the camp around the park have to be agreed well in advance with the park authorities – thus the unpredictable route of the migration means that sometimes a drive is necessary to reach the best spots for wildlife observation.
Dining room, lounge, private bucket shower (hot water available on request), solar powered lighting and laundry service.
Serengeti Safari Camp aims to position itself in the best locations to witness the wildebeest migration during its peak times. The plains of the Serengeti also support an exceptional diversity of other large game throughout the year with elephant, hippo, black rhino, giraffe, buffalo, eland, Thompson’s and grant’s gazelles, Burchell’s zebra, lion, leopard, cheetah, spotted hyena and many more frequently seen.
Game drives directly from the camp.
With a stunning position on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Indian Ocean and one of the best beaches on the island of Zanzibar, Matemwe Lodge provides exceptionally stylish accommodation and a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere.
Each of the twelve large, detached bungalows is exquisitely furnished with local fabrics, wooden floors, king-size beds and handmade furniture. Each has private facilities and a large balcony overlooking the sea with hammocks and wooden chairs. Other room facilities include free Wi-Fi, ceiling fans, tea and coffee facilities, and room and laundry service.
Service is relaxed but efficient and the restaurant serves excellent fresh seafood dishes. There are two swimming pools, a small bar built around an old dhow and well maintained gardens which attract bush babies and many birds. There is also a full service spa on site as well as an array of optional activities. Swimming is good off the lodge’s beach at high tide.
Restaurant, bar, lounge, swimming pool, private bathroom, laundry service, free Wi-Fi, spa, gift shop and room service.
Zanzibar bush babies visit the gardens after dark and a wide variety of birds and colourful butterflies can be seen during the day. Mnembe Atoll offers outstanding snorkelling and diving with a plethora of hard and soft corals, numerous reef fish, eels, reef sharks and green and hawksbill turtles.
Excursions to Mnembe Atoll. Cultural activities including visits to local villages, historic Stone Town, the Jozani forest and prison island.
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