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Jungle Private Tour

Embark on a magical journey to the heart of the East, with a two-day tour departing from bustling Bangkok.

Immerse yourself in the wonders of Thailand’s lush jungles, spending a night in a unique floating resort (or air-conditioned bungalow).
While brief in duration, this nature-oriented tour offers a wealth of diverse experiences that will captivate enthusiasts.
From marveling at the breathtaking natural wonders to exploring the unique local traditions, this tour showcases the best of what makes Thailand so special for those who appreciate the beauty and tranquility of nature.
Experience the unique and vibrant markets of Thailand during this tour.

Tour Description

  • Discover some of the most characteristic aspects of Thailand, including visiting salt farms, a traditional Thai house where sugar palm is processed – an important ingredient for the preparation of spicy sauces like curries, as well as a variety of desserts.
  • Visit the lively railway market, where vendors sell spices and seafood directly on the railway tracks.
    Be amazed as they swiftly move their stalls when trains approach. 
  • Next, explore the famous Damnoen Saduak floating market, accessible by small canals via motorboat. Although popular with tourists, the market has retained its authentic charm. Watch as local vendors skillfully navigate their boats, loaded with colorful fruits, vegetables, meats, and seafood. 
  • Afterward, stop at the iconic Bridge on the River Kwai, made famous by David Lean’s film. 
  • Take in stunning views and enjoy a riverside lunch at a floating restaurant.
  • After a satisfying lunch, we will continue our journey to explore the natural wonders of the area.
    Our first stop is the Tham Krasae cave, followed by a breathtaking train ride along the most scenic stretch of the Death Railway.
    As we cross the wooden Wang Po viaduct, we’ll have a stunning view of the River Kwai Noi.
  • Our next destination is a remote jungle resort, accessible by a 20-minute boat ride up the river.
    As we glide up the river, you’ll be surrounded by the sights and sounds of the lush jungle – from the vibrant songs of colorful birds to the playful splashing of water buffaloes.
    Along the way, we’ll also pass by some charming floating houses.
    Once we arrive at the resort, you’ll be able to fully immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of the jungle.
  • Our jungle resort is a unique experience, with no electricity and aseptic tanks supplying the water.
    You’ll have the option of enjoying either Western or Thai cuisine for your meals.
    At night, you can relax on a comfortable hammock on the veranda, surrounded by the peaceful darkness of the jungle and the gentle yellow light of oil lamps.
    Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you can fully immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature. It’s an experience you won’t soon forget!
  • Awaken to a serene morning and enjoy a gentle rafting excursion on the river.
    Marvel at the historic significance of Hell Fire Pass and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Erawan National Park.

    Complete your journey with a comfortable return to the vibrant city of Bangkok, arriving in the evening on the second day.

Information about our services.

Customized private tour, specifically organized on the dates of your trip.

Characteristic jungle floating resort.
For those who find the basic accommodations of the floating resort fascinating but too rustic, we offer air-conditioned bungalows at a nearby resort with a swimming pool located just a few kilometers away from the floating resort.

Soft rafting (suitable for all).

Type of Service
The tour is exclusive, private and directly organized by our agency.
Enjoy private transportation with an executive minivan and personal driver.
Our tour is fully customizable  to cater to your preferences. 

Request Availability and Quote.

Thank you for your interest in our tour. 
To request availability and a quote, please provide us with the following information:

  • Travel dates
  • Number of participants and whether there are any children under 12 years old

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