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Overnight Jungle Camping Treks

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What better way to experience Khao Sok National Park than to spend two days exploring and living in the ancient rainforest.

On the first day, your guide will lead you on a 6km-hike to the campsite from the National Park checkpoint. You’ll have a lunch break at Bang Hua Rad ranger station before trudging on for another 2km to the campsite to stow your backpacks and camping gear. Along the trails, your guide will point out fascinating plants and look out for scampering wildlife.

In the afternoon, set out for another 3km-trek via hilly and winding, vine-covered trails to the breathtaking Tan Sawan waterfall. After a refreshing swim, trudge back to the campsite and help your guide whip up dinner. Settle into a deep slumber on a comfy hammock lulled by the forest symphony. Wake up to the chorus of the gibbon calls, savor a hearty breakfast before the 6km-hike back to the trailhead.

This trek is only offered during the dry seasons, from November to April.

A more adventurous take on the Khao Sok Jungle Camping trip.

You’ll start your journey with a 4km-trek over hilly terrains and winding trails amidst the dense virgin jungle. During the Rafflesia flowering season, and if luck is on your side, you may even spot the amazing bloom of the “largest flower in the world.” After a lovely lunch break, you’ll descend for about 3km on steep terrains to the gorgeous Tan Sawan waterfall. Have a refreshing dip in the waterfall and soak in the tranquility of the rainforest. Head back to the campsite and test your jungle-cooking skills by helping your guide prepare dinner. Settle into a deep slumber on a comfy hammock lulled by the forest symphony. Wake up to the chorus of the gibbon calls, savor a hearty breakfast before hiking back to the trailhead.

This trek is only offered during the dry seasons, from November to April.

  • Tour Info

    THB 2,800 Per Person

    Based on minimum of 2 pax

    Departure: 9am and return at 2pm the following day

    Duration: Overnight

    National Park Fee: THB 320 (National Park, Lake Pier, and Wildlife Sanctuary) not included.

    Taxes: Additional 7% government VAT tax will be added.

  • What's Included
    • Meals
    • Local guide
    • Sleeping equipment
  • What to Bring
    • Long-sleeve shirt
    • Long pants
    • Change of clothes
    • Sandals
    • Light hiking shoes
    • Camera
  • Important

    3 Persons and above: THB 2,500 per person plus 7% government VAT
    Maximum 6 persons in a group
    Reasonable fitness is required. This is a private tour.