Wildlife Adventure in Thailand

Embark on a 14-day odyssey through Thailand, starting in UNESCO-listed Ayutthaya and journeying to three of the country's natural World Heritage Sites: Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Khao Yai National Park, and Kaeng Krachan National Park. Witness the beauty of Bueng Boraphet Swamp, explore Serow Hill for elusive serows, and marvel at Bryde's whales in the Gulf of Thailand. The adventure continues to the serene Phetchaburi and culminates in the vibrant heart of Bangkok. This exclusive voyage offers a blend of cultural immersion and unparalleled access to Thailand's pristine natural wonders, creating an unforgettable experience for the adventurous spirit.

The Legacy of Ayutthaya, A World Heritage Odyssey

Step back in time and experience the grandeur of Ayutthaya, the ancient heart of the Siamese Kingdom. Founded in 1350, this city once rivaled the world's greatest metropolises, bustling with trade, diplomacy, and a rich tapestry of cultures.

Strategically nestled among three rivers, Ayutthaya's island setting was its crown jewel. However, its splendor was cut short in 1767 when it faced the wrath of the Burmese army, leaving it in ruins. Today, these ruins stand as a testament to a once-glorious civilization and are preserved at the Ayutthaya Historical Park.

Come and marvel at the iconic temples such as Wat Mahathat, Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, Wat Chaiwatthanaran, and Wat Thammikarat. Each stone, each relic, has a story to tell. Join us in uncovering the mysteries of this lost city!

Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary

"Inscribed in 1991 as an integral part of the Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuaries, this site is a testament to nature's grandeur. It meets three criteria, making it a jewel of our world's natural heritage. Firstly, it satisfies 'vii' by containing superlative natural phenomena and areas of exceptional beauty. Nature's artistry is on full display. Furthermore, it embodies the essence of 'ix', representing on ecological and biological processes in various ecosystems. It's a living textbook of our planet's evolution.

Under the criteria 'x', this site is a crucial habitat for biodiversity conservation, including threatened species of universal importance to science and conservation. It stands as a sanctuary of universal value, offering inspiration for all who seek to protect our planet's natural wonders."

Khao Yai National Park

"Inscribed in 2005 as an integral part of the Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex, Khao Yai National Park is a natural wonder that has earned its place on the world stage. This pristine haven is a sanctuary for biodiversity and a testament to the beauty of our planet. As a vital part of this expansive forest complex, it plays a crucial role in conserving our natural heritage."

Kaeng Krachan National Park

"Inscribed in 2021 as an integral part of the Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex, Kaeng Krachan National Park is a modern addition to the roster of our world's natural treasures. This protected realm is a testament to the enduring beauty and importance of our planet's ecosystems. As a key component of the Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex, it stands as a beacon for biodiversity conservation and the preservation of our natural heritage."

Kuiburi National Park

"Kuiburi National Park, part of the Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex, is a recent addition to our world's natural wonders. This untamed sanctuary embodies the timeless beauty and ecological importance of our planet, emphasizing our dedication to biodiversity conservation and the preservation of our natural heritage."

Bueng Boraphet Swamp

"Bueng Boraphet Swamp, Thailand's largest freshwater expanse sprawling over 224 square kilometers, is a waterfowl wonderland. This immense habitat teems with resident waterbirds, and during the winter months, it transforms into a welcoming haven for migrating feathered guests from the distant realms of China and India. Immerse yourself in this natural masterpiece, where every moment is a brushstroke in a living avian canvas."

Serow Hill Saraburi

"Serow Hill in Saraburi, nestled within the Buddhas Footprint Mountain in Kaeng Koi District, is a haven for the vulnerable Indochinese serow. This unique subspecies is one of Thailand's 19 protected species, as recognized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The hill also shares its beauty with the exclusive Soul Resort and a plethora of rare bird species, including the elusive limestone wren babbler."

Bryde's Whale

"Meet the majestic Bryde's Whale, a graceful baleen whale that calls the Gulf of Thailand home. This awe-inspiring species can be spotted year-round, with approximately 60 of these magnificent creatures frequently observed gracefully feasting on anchovies. Bryde's Whale is not only a symbol of the Gulf's natural riches but also holds a special place among the 19 protected wildlife species under Thai law. Witness their breathtaking presence in this aquatic paradise."

Pak Talay & Laem Pak Bia

"Explore the enchanting sites of Pak Talay and Laem Pak Bia on the picturesque Western coast of the Gulf of Thailand. These coastal wonders are a haven for numerous seabird species and the charming sandpipers, including winter migrants. Among these delightful guests, the most celebrated is the spoon-billed sandpiper (SBS), which embarks on an incredible journey from Chokotka in Russia. It graces Pak Talay with its presence from November to April, creating a heartwarming spectacle for all who visit."

Thailand provides unique opportunities to observe endangered and threatened wildlife species. Some of these remarkable species that you might have the chance to witness include:

Spoon-billed Sandpiper

Asian Elephant, Indochinese Tiger, Banteng, Wild Asian Water Buffalo, Dhole, Asian Tapir, Grey Heron, Purple Heron, Black-headed Ibis, Clouded Leopard, Pileated Gibbon, White-handed Gibbon, Spectacled Langur, Long-tailed Macaque, Elds Deer, Hog Deer, Siamese fireback, Lesser Whistling Duck, Garganey, Northern Shoveler, White-winged Duck, Baers Pochard, Tufted Duck, Green Peafowl, Little Grebe, White-breasted Waterhen, Kentish Plover, Little-ringed Plover, Spot-billed Duck, Cotton-pygmy goose.

Gaur, Leopard, Sambar Deer, Smooth-coated Otter, Great Hornbill, Wreathed Hornbill, Chinese serow, Sun Bear

Black Giant Squirrel, Eurasian Curlew, Curlew Sandpiper

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