Jeep, canoeing and trekking tours to Phuket & Southern Thailand

 

 

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Phuket Safari Travel Service CO., LTD. Located now on the net! We are the leading provider of Jeep Safari and Tours in Phuket and southern Thailand. We offer various single-or multi-day tours with our jeeps to Phuket, Phang Nga, Krabi and Khao Sok. Experience Thailand at its most beautiful and exciting way, individually and under German management.

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Of course you will be accompanied on all our tours of English-speaking, well-trained guides.

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The south of Thailand is - from tourism - still uncharted territory. Because our tours from day trips up to 6 - Day Tours, exclusively with all-terrain vehicles (closed Land Rover) are gone, we can show a Thailand as it is not conventionally possible. Our tours are safe, suitable for children and do not require any sporting ambitions.Wat Bangriang
Can by small groups (max. 8 people) be provided on request largely.Khao Lak beach
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Eco Adventure Touring Canoeing and Hiking

Elephant Hiking and Rainforest Canoeing Three Day Tour
 
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Day 1 - Phuket's Western Beaches
 

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iscover the Pearl of the South's beaches
 
Phuket's undisturbed white-sanded horizon-to-horizon West coast beaches are still apparently undiscovered by the tourist masses that throng to the Island!   But see these empty beaches now before the Di Caprio mob move in!   The small cafes and restaurants along the beaches just got electricity and it won't be long before the developers move in, spreading those ubiquitous condos and high-rise hotels to crowd out the skyline, repeating the folly of that previously dozy fishing village of Patong Beach.

gibbon animals photographsNose to the Window!
Later take a relaxing scenic drive in our spacious, air-conditioned landrover on to Khao Lak. From your window you'll want to photograph the local dramas played out in the rustic streets of the sleepy rural villages. Admire the majestic agricultural farmland, paddy fields, and undeveloped virgin bush landscapes as we pass beyond and into the province of Khao Luk. Keep an eye out here for the profuse animal life in the Khao Lak environment. If you're lucky, you might spot deer, guar, wild elephants, Asiatic black bears, drongos, monkeys, or hornbills in this environmental paradise.

Meet the People 
Pausing along the way, perhaps to take a take a drink or snack, buy fruit or photographic film, you'll be able to get up close and personal with these gentle superstitious people and perhaps learn something new about their unfamiliar culture, folklore, and traditions.

Refreshing Dip 
We'll take a happy-break when we stop off to get wet and wild at the picturesque Lumpi Waterfalls in Lamru National Park. Then we'll drift on over to Khao Lak where you'll take lunch and a nap, stretched out at the deserted Robinson beach and doze for the afternoon on your relaxed family vacation.

Cloud Pass 
In the late afternoon we'll venture on to negotiate the rising mists of the atmospheric "Cloud Pass" hiking anonymously and unannounced into Khao Sok National Park by the back door.

Tree Top Huts 
Check-in to our traditional accommodation of the charismatic "Tree Top Huts" next to a bridge nestled in a bend on the river. Take your time to drift around, take a walkabout checking out the neighborhood with a relaxing stroll along the verdant riverbank before dinner. See how many photographs of the 175 bird species you can take!

Day 2 - Khao Sok Elephant Hiking - Phang-Nga
 

Elephants Call! 
Take breakfast in the fresh morning air. Eat well, for we're off on a morning elephant safari trek, hiking through eco adventure tours on elephantsthe cool dark rainforests of Khao Sok National Park environment. We'll visit the waterfalls and pause awhile for a splashing good time in the cool pools of solid stone. Then back to the topic of food for lunch on the riverbank.

Buddhist Temple 
A visit to Thailand isn't complete without exploring a few Buddhist temples and you won't be disapointed. Despite not being on the well-worn tourist trail, these temples are nonetheless charismatic chambers of intrigue and folklore that provide a haven for meditatation and enlightenment to the ordinary Thai person.

Bamboo Rafting 
Later, depending on the water level, we may make a short bamboo rafting expedition to check out the stone grotto and the other hidden mysteries that lay beyond the next river bend. We'll certainly find all types of birds, vegetation, flowers, and fruits. And if we don't make too much noise, we may even discover some of the less gregarious riverbank inhabitants of this picturesque water highway.

Day 3 - Khao Sok National Park Canoeing Adventure
 

Thailand's pristine Khao Sok National Park abounds with exciting wildlife encounters: the sights and sounds of macaque monkeys bathing... the melodic chattering calls of vivid technicolor hornbill parrots preening. The pervasive smells of tropical floral blossom bouquets... strange exotic fruits... aromatic trees and roots.  A dreamy canoeing paradise, hiking deep into the mysterious misty jungle rainforests of legendary Khao Sok.

family vacation picturesRiver Roaming
Ask your canoeing boatman to linger for a brief respite, by the shaded mangrove riverbanks of these hidden estuaries.

 Ask gently, and he'll retrieve the delicate, unfamiliar fruits from the rainforest canopy, and chuckle at your awkward peeling discovery of your sensory ripe delight. Canoeing heaven...

Panoramic Vistas
The soaring limestone escarpment karsts, ancient skeletons of long-gone tropical coral reefs, lean precariously at gravity-defying angles not normally witnessed on planet earth.  Towering ominously above the welcome refresh of the cool waterfalls, they provide shade and shelter, a sanctuary against the tropical monsoon climate.

Unspoilt Neighborhood
The Khao Sok National Parkland nestles commodiously amongst an environmental backdrop of picturesque hazy valleys cultivated by friendly rural farmers, punctuated by the enigmatic Budhist Temples of this sleepy backwater of Southern Thailand. But please!  Don't tell ALL your friends!

Elephant Rock n' Roll
Take a leisurely stroll upon the back of a rocking Indian elephant, lurching and rolling like a crazy drunken fairground ride, pluck ripe rambutan as you pass beneath the boughs. But hang on tight as these majestic old gentlemen of the forests negotiate the slippery, rock-strewn streams, hiking impatiently onward towards the refreshing waterfall pool for lunch, urged on impatiently by their mysterious mahouts.

Be Prepared!
You'll not want to forget a second of this profoundly impressive experience. So bring your diary, and be sure to pack plenty of film for photographs - but don't forget a plastic ziplock bag to keep it dry when the canoeing wet fun starts! You'll not need any bug spray though, for hiking at the altitude of 800 meters (2,500 feet) and fresh marine breezes keep those pesky critters at bay.

Rocky Bath Time
The waterfall grotto suddenly appears as the stream widens into a series of shallow pools in the stream's time-eroded bedrock. A chance to pause and stretch out on the banks. Take the plunge in a light-hearted water frolic and frame photographs of your companions in the dark mineral pools beneath the gentle waterfall showers.

'Home, James!'
Time to relax and reflect on your days of discovery as we take a leisurely return trip back to Phuket Island on the surprisingly well-maintained highway environment, tirelessly winding our way through the bizarre landscape of Phang Nga Bay, better known for the famous James Bond Island.  Back in the cocoon of your hotel room, you'll sleep well on the night of your return, perhaps re-living your day's adventurous exploits of discovery in the enigmatic Khao Sok National Park. Either way, you'll still have the photographs to prove that it wasn't just a dream!

Price per Person: 8,700 Baht = $271 USD approx.

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Discover Thailand's Mountain and Forest National Parks

Wild Jungle River Sanctuary Trekking Two Day Tour
 
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Day 1: Phuket - Lamru National Park - Khao Lak
 

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earl of the South's beaches
 
Phuket's undisturbed white-sanded horizon-to-horizon West coast beachesPhuket's undiscovered beaches are still apparently undiscovered by the swimming tourist masses that throng to the Island!   But discover these sanctuaries now before the Di Caprio mob move in!

The small cafes and restaurants along the beaches just got electricity and it won't be long before the resort developers muscle in, spreading those ubiquitous condos and high-rise hotels to crowd out the skyline, repeating the folly of that previously sleepy fishing village of Patong Beach.

Nose to the Window! Khao Lak
Later we take a relaxing scenic drive in our spacious, air-conditioned road transport on to Khao Lak. From your window admire the local dramas played out in the rustic streets of the sleepy rural villages. Admire the majestic jungle mountains, paddy fields, and the fragile forest flora as we pass beyond and into the province of Khao Lak.

Keep an eye out here for the endangered wildlife in the Khao Lak area. If you're lucky, you might spot macaques, Asiatic black bears, serow, drongoes, or hornbills.

Refreshing Dip
We'll take a happy-break when we stop off to get wet and wild with swimming at the picturesque Lumpi Waterfalls in Lamru National Park.

Then we'll drift on over to Khao Lak where you'll take lunch and a nap, stretched out at the deserted Robinson beach and doze for the afternoon.

Cloud Pass 
In the late afternoon we'll venture on to negotiate the rising mists of the atmospheric "Cloud Pass" passing anonymously and unannounced into Khao Sok National Park by the back door.

Tree Top Huts 
Check-in to a traditional accommodation sanctuary, the charismatic "Tree Top Huts" in the jungle canopy next to a bridge nestled in a bend on the river.

Take your time to drift around, take a walkabout checking out the neighborhood with a relaxing stroll along the verdant riverbank before dinner. See how many of the 175 bird species you can spot!

Day 2 - Khao Sok - Phang-Nga - Phuket Island
 

Elephants Call! 
Take breakfast in the fresh morning air. Eat well, for we're off on a morning elephant safari trek through the cool dark rainforests of Khao Sok National Park.elephant trekking safari

We'll visit the waterfalls and pause awhile for a splashing good time in the cool pools of solid stone. Next, back to the topic of food for lunch on the riverbank.

Buddhist Temple 
A visit to Thailand isn't complete without exploring a few Buddhist temples in the mountains and you won't be disapointed.

Despite not being on the well-worn tourist trail, these temples are nonetheless charismatic chambers of intrigue and folklore that provide a mountain haven for meditatation and enlightenment to the ordinary Thai person.

 

Bamboo Rafting 
Later, depending on the water level, we may make a short bamboo rafting (and swimming?) expedition to check out the stone grotto and the other hidden mysteries that lay beyond the next river bend.

We'll certainly find a rich variety of colorful birds, vegetation, flowers, and fruits. And if we don't make too much noise, we may even discover some of the less gregarious riverbank inhabitants of this picturesque water highway.

Homeward Bound 
On our way back to Phuket Island we'll skirt around the famous James Bond Island area better known to the locals as Phang-Nga Bay.

That famous limestone mountain hurtling up from the depths of the Gulf of Thailand is profoundly impressive no matter how many times you've see it.

Meanwhile, lay back and enjoy the ever-changing view from the comfort of your air-conditioned seat as we cross over the Sarasin Bridge, gateway to Phuket Island, and back to your hotel on Phuket Island.

You'll bring back memories to cherish, and photos to remind you of this exotic garden of paradise.

Sadly, these fragile delights of Mother Earth may soon wither and vanish! So don't miss out on this unique opportunity when you visit Thailand.

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Price per Person: 5.400 Baht = $168 USD approx.

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EcoTourism in Thailand's Wilderness Environment

Elephant Trekking & River Canoes Day Trips
 
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Thailand's Khao Sok National Park Wilderness Sanctuary
 

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hailand's pristine Khao Sok National Park
 wilderness preservation sanctuary abounds with exciting wildlife encounters: the sights and sounds of gibbon monkeys bathing... the melodic chattering calls of vivid technicolor hornbill parrots preening. The pervasive smells of tropical floral blossom bouquets... strange exotic fauna... aromatic flora, trees and roots.  A dreamy romantic paradise, deep in the mysterious misty jungle environment of legendary Khao Sok.

River Roaming
Whilst on your canoe trip be sure to ask your canoe boatman to linger for a brief respite, by the shaded mangrove riverbanks of these hidden estuaries.  Ask gently, and he'll retrieve the delicate, unfamiliar fruits from the rainforest canopy, and chuckle at your awkward peeling discovery of your ripe sensory delight.

Panoramic Vistas
Landscape photo opportunities in abundance, here. Soaring limestone escarpment karsts lean precariously at gravity-defying angles not normally witnessed on planet earth.  Towering ominously above the welcome refresh of the cool waterfalls, they provide shade and shelter, a sanctuary against the tropical monsoon environment.

Unspoiled Neighborhood
The Khao Sok National Parkland nestles commodiously amongst a backdrop of picturesque hazy valleys cultivated by friendly rural farmers, punctuated by the enigmatic Bhuddist Temples of this sleepy backwater of Southern Thailand. But please!  Don't tell ALL your friends!

Elephant Trekking
Take a leisurely stroll upon the back of a rocking Indian elephant, lurching and rolling like a crazy drunken fairground ride, pluck ripe rambutan as you pass beneath the boughs. But hang on tight as these majestic old gentlemen of the forests negotiate the slippery, rock-strewn streams, hurrying onwards towards the refreshing waterfall pool for lunch, urged on impatiently by their mysterious mahouts.

Rocky Bath Time
The waterfall grotto suddenly appears as the stream widens into a series of shallow pools in the stream's time-eroded bedrock. A chance to pause and stretch out on the banks. Take the plunge in a lighthearted water frolic and frame photo snaps of your companions in the dark mineral pools beneath the gentle waterfall showers.

'Home, James!'
Time to relax and reflect on your day of discovery as we take a leisurely return trip back to Phuket Island on the surprisingly well-maintained highways, tirelessly winding our way through the bizarre landscape of Phang Nga Bay, better known for the famous James Bond Island.  Back in the cocoon of your hotel room, you'll sleep well on the night of your return, perhaps re-living your day's adventurous ecotourism exploits of discovery in the enigmatic Khao Sok National Park wilderness. Either way, you'll still have the photos to prove it wasn't just a dream!

Price per Person: 3.200 Baht = $99 USD approx.

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Natural Wildlife Adventure Explorer Tours in Thailand

Nature and adventure, four days south Thailand
 
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Day 1 - Phuket - Khao Lak
 

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iscover the Pearl of the South's beaches
 
Phuket's undisturbed white-sanded horizon-to-horizon West coast beaches are still apparently undiscovered by the holiday masses that throngjames bond island photography to the Island!  There are many things to do in Phuket but see these empty beaches now before the Di Caprio culture clan move in!   The small cafes and restaurants along the beaches just got electricity and it won't be long before the developers muscle in, spreading those ubiquitous bungalows, condos and high-rise hotels like an ugly rash across the skyline, repeating the folly of that previously fecund fishing village of Patong Beach.

Nose to the Window! Khao Lak
Later we take a relaxing scenic drive in our spacious, air-conditioned road transport on to Khao Lak. From your window admire the local dramas played out in the rustic streets of the sleepy rural villages. See the majestic agricultural farmland, paddy fields, palm and rubber plantations, and undeveloped virgin forest landscapes as we pass beyond and into the province of Khao Lak. Keep an eye out here for the profuse wildlife in the Khao Lak area. If you're extremely lucky, you might spot a tiger, tapir, Asiatic black bear, or drongo.

Meet the People 
Pausing along the way, perhaps to take a take a drink or snack, buy fruit or film, you'll be able to get up close and personal with these gentle superstitious people and perhaps learn something new about their unfamiliar folklore, heritage, and traditions.

Refreshing Dip
We'll take a happy-break when we stop off to get wet and wild at the picturesque Lumpi Waterfalls in Lamru National Park. Then we'll drift on over to Khao Lak where you'll take lunch and a nap, stretched out at the deserted Robinson beach and doze for the afternoon.

Cloud Pass 
In the late afternoon we'll venture on to negotiate the rising mists of the atmospheric "Cloud Pass" passing anonymously and unannounced into Khao Sok National Park by the back door.

Tree Top Huts 
Check-in to our traditional accommodation of the charismatic "Tree Top Huts" next to a bridge nestled in a bend on the river. Take your time to drift around, take a walkabout checking out the neighborhood with a relaxing stroll along the verdant riverbank before dinner. See how many of the 175 bird species you can spot!

Day 2 - Khao Sok National Park
 

Wildlife Galore
Keep your eyes open, for this morning in Khao Sok National Park, the largest of Thailand's national parks, you might be lucky enough to spot some wildlife. Anything from wild elephants, to leopards, tigers, serow, banteng, gaur, dusky langurs, or Malayan sun bear, not to mention the 175 species of wild birds! 

Elephants Call! 
Take breakfast in the fresh morning air. Eat well, for we're off on a morning elephant safari trek through the cool dark rainforests of Khao Sok National Park. We'll visit the waterfall lagoon and pause awhile for a splashing good time in the cool pools of solid stone. Then back to the topic of food for lunch on the riverbank.

budhist temple monastary photographyBuddhist Temple 
A visit to Thailand isn't complete without exploring a few Buddhist temples, and you're not going to be disappointed here. Despite not being on the well-worn tourist trail, these temples are nonetheless charismatic chambers of intrigue and folklore that provide a heavenly mecca for meditation and enlightenment to the ordinary Thai person. And glorious photo opportunities for the rest of us!

Bamboo Rafting 
Later, depending on the water level, we may make a short bamboo rafting expedition to check out the stone grotto and the other hidden mysteries that lay beyond the next lagoon. We'll certainly find all types of birds, vegetation, flowers, and fruits. And if we don't make too much noise, we may even discover some of those less gregarious riverbank inhabitants of this picturesque water sanctuary. 

Day 3 - Than Bokkharani National Park - Krabi
 

Ancient Pictograms
This morning we're off on a boat expedition of the Than Bokkharani National Park, famous for its impressive water basin. Gliding noiselessly among mangrove lagoons set amongst the soaring limestone rock formations, earnestly probing each nook and cranny of these waterways. Eventually we'll be rewarded. The discovery of a hidden grotto lagoon reveals ancient hanging stalactites. Further on, deeper into the chamber and there, inscribed on the rock, arcane humanoid and geometric illustrations of unknown date and origin. Which anonymous explorers crafted these enigmatic illustrations thought to be at least five thousand years old? Will we ever know?

Krabi Pirates Lair
Then onwards to Krabi, notorious as the cave-pocked haven for the nefarious sea-faring pirate gangs that haunted the South China seas until very recently. Famous also for the fabulous seafood dishes, we'll be sure to show you some of the best resaturants at the beautiful Ao Nang beach for a satisfying lunch.

Check in to the City
In the late afternoon we'll check-in to the friendly City Hotel. So take some time out to check your shopping opportunities or just take a stroll around to get your bearings. In the evening, we'll take a sumptuous dinner in a carefully-selected restaurant that serves a huge selection of all types of traditional Thai dishes.

Day 4 - Wat Tham Sua - Ao Phra Nang - Phuket
 

Tiger Cave Temple
The Wat Tham Sua (Tiger Cave) hill forest temple is one of Thailand's most famous monastaries.  And with good reason. The long narrow main temple area is carved into solid limestone.  The monks' cells carved high on the cliff walls face in from either side.  Many nooks and crannies are here to explore in the temple complex. Climb up high above the monastary to see the Bhuddha's Footprint and to admire the stunning panaoramic marine views from this lofty perch at 305 meters (1,000 feet).

Princess Lagoon
We'll take yet another exciting boat voyage past offshore coral reefs, along the estuary admiring the vertical limestone cliffs of the headland cape above the deep lagoons and snow-white beaches. Keep your eyes peeled for fidler crabs, mudskippers, kingfishers, and the soaring sea eagles. Bring your camera for a natural wildlife photography extravagansa.

ao phra nange natural lagoon photographyWe're off to visit Ao Phra Nang (literally "revered lady") otherwise known as the Princess Lagoon. When we arrive we'll make the long steep climb to the top of the cape among the boulders to take a dip in the lagoon that nestles deep amongst the rocks. Then on to Fairy Beach to catch our breath, chill out then time for lunch.

Return via Phang Nga Bay and James Bond Island 
As we transport you back to your hotel, settle down and take your time to collect your memories of this once-in-a-lifetime tour. But it's not quite over yet!  Winding our way through the bizarre landscape of Phang Nga Bay, better known for the famous James Bond Island, you'll have a final chance to take in the ambiance of this gentle rural land before reaching the reality of your hotel room back on Phuket Island. But don't stay bored with those crowded Patong beaches and hustling beer bars! You'll soon realise that you don't have another moment to waste - it's time to plan other things to do and your next adventure with Phuket Safari Travel !!

Price per Person: 15.500 Baht = $480 US approx.

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