Thailand Wildlife Watching & Wildlife Photography

Wildlife Watching & Photography at Thailand’s most established & popular National Park – School Holiday Programme in September School Holiday Week ( period from 10/3/18 to 14/3/18 )

We are pleased to inform that we will be organizing an exciting “ Wildlife Watching and Wildlife Photography ” trip ( 5-Day / 4-Night ) during the School Holiday Period .

Date : 10/03/2018  to 14/03/2018 ( Friday to Tuesday ) – Trip held during the September’s school holiday 1 week period

Duration : 5 Day and 4 Night

Cost : Arrange with organiser

Trip Eligibility : Participant will be assessed ( meet up with organiser for an interview assessment ) on the suitability for participation due to limited & small group size between 4 to 6 pax limited group size.

Closing Date : 15 July 2017 ( Sat )

To sign up, visit http://naturetrekker.org/trip-registration-form/, fill up the form and click “submit”

Wildlife to be found in Thailand’s National Parks and Wildlife Santuary

Do you know that there are still tigers, elephants, leopards, gaurs, bears roaming free in many national parks across Thailand? Do you also know that 10% of all marine species in the world can be found in Thailand? And the fact that Thailand is the best bird-watching destination in mainland Asia?

National parks are protected areas of land because they have unspoilt landscapes and a diverse number of native plants and animals. There are 127 national parks in Thailand, of them 22 marine national parks. These parks offers a diverse range of flora and fauna, home to important population of endangered species.

The park’s vast territory is home to some of Thailand’s last remaining wild tigers, leopards, gibbons, exotic snakes and elephants. It is also a very popular destination with bird watchers as it host over 300 species of birds.

The park that we will be going is located somewhere relatively high up in the mountain with its highest peak at over 1,350 metres or 4,455 feet high. The park has five vegetation zones from grassy plains to evergreen rainforest, and it can get quite cool in the higher altitudes.

The biggest draw of the park is its 44 waterfalls, including a couple considered to be among Thailand’s most impressive. There are also some spectacular viewpoints, wildlife observation towers, roaring rapids, tranquil streams and thick jungle canopy.

Our trip will have one interesting programme highlight and that is the ” Night Safari Tour ” and we will be engaging a specilise trained Thailand wildlife guide at the rate of 500 baht per three hours ( fee subject to changes ). Along with an excellent museum that opened in 2012 and has fossils, stunning photography, videos and other info, a nice and good ambience cafeteria, coffee stand and a large convenience store selling basic necessities are all clustered around the Visitor Centre.

* Package include

The trip comes with full board ( meaning all meals will be provided – breakfast, lunch & dinner plus various exciting wildlife watching activities ) on top of the followings in the whole 5 days and 4 nights trip :

a) Accommodation ( first and last day ) – staying in 3 – star equivalent Hotel class in Bangkok and Chalet in National Parks

b) Night Safari 4 – Wheel drive tour will be one of the interesting highlight of the tour

c) Travel by Airline ( budget ). Time travel : 2 to 3 hours to reach Thailand

d) All meals provided ( breakfast, lunch and dinner )

e) National Park Entry Permit Fee

Activities / Programmes include :

1) Guided by an Experienced Professional Thailand Wildlife Guide working incolloboraton with Nature Trekker.

2) Jungle Night Walk ( Looking for nocturnal Wild Animal as well as Creepy Crawlies eg. Scorpion, Spider, Millipede, Insects, Bugs etc )

3) Night Safari Wildlife Watching Tour on 4-wheel drive. If luck is with us for the night, participants would be able to witness the following wildlife in nocturnal conditions: Asiatic wild Elephant, Sambar Deer, Barking Deer, Asiatic Black Bear, Malayan Sun Bear, Golden Jackal, Dhole ( Red Wild Dog ), Large Indian Civet, Slow Loris, Small-toothed Palm Civet, Asian Common Palm Civet, Leopard Cat, Malayan Porcupine, Hog Badger, Giant Flying Squirrel etc.

4) Trek and visit the majestic 20 storey high waterfall with excellent scenic view and surrounding forest habitat.

5) Jungle Trekking on designated trails ( in seach of snake, gecko, insect, bugs etc )

All activities above are subjected to open to public as some activities may be cancelled due to natural calamities ( eg, River flash flood, Wildfire, Avalanches, Heavy downfall etc) and had to be closed temporarily for short time to allow time for maintenance and repair work in the park

Payment : arrange with organiser

To sign up, visit http://naturetrekker.org/trip-registration-form/, fill up the form and click “submit”

Enquiry : Call John at 9655 6555 ( call is strictly for enquiry & not for booking purpose )


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