Head out on an adventure through the jungle of Koh Samui on this guided all-day tour. Travel via rugged Jeeps to the Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks (Hin Ta and Hin Yai), the Na Muang Waterfall where you can go for a swim, and the Khunaram Temple. Enjoy a traditional Thai lunch at a local beachfront restaurant.
Ran-Tong is devoted to rescuing abused elephants from all over Thailand and surrounding countries. Every elephant rescued is brought to the sanctuary in Chiang Mai and cared for with great passion and enthusiasm. Our mission is not only geared towards the protection and prevention of abused Elephants in Thailand but also to educate the public about their long history within Thai culture. Founded in 2009, Ran-Tong has rescued over 40 elephants to date with the help of public generosity, support, and private donation they can continue their ongoing vital work. Our priority is animal welfare. At Ran-Tong Save & Rescue Elephant Centre, you will completely get to learn a lot about elephants and have a memorable experience with them.
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Help us to support and take care of Elephants
This activity, you can see how Elephants live their life in the real Nature.
Spending quality time with our elephants will make you realize the importance of conserving these gentle giants for future generations to appreciate.
Trek through the lush jungles of Phuket on a small-group adventure. Transfer from your hotel to Khao Phra Teaw National Park and wind through rocky trails, past waterfalls where you can jump in for a swim, and through bamboo plants. Keep your eye out for local wildlife including flying lemurs, wild boards, and gibbons and end the tour with a delicious Thai lunch at a local restaurant.
Explore Ang Ka Nature Trail, a hike in Inthanon National Park which is famous among the locals. Surrounding Doi Inthanon, Thailand's highest mountain are preserved forests that have now become one of the country's best parks. It is most known for its beautiful waterfalls and sightseeing viewpoints. Come and breathe in the crisp, cool air in what is sometimes called The Roof of Thailand. The park is named after King Inthawichayanon, one of the last kings of Chiang Mai who had an undying passion for preserving the forests in the north of Thailand.
• Spend a day at Doi Inthanon National Park and climb up the Roof of Thailand
• Explore the park's stunning waterfalls like the Wachirathan and Sirithan Waterfalls
• Get a chance to spot creatures like serows, wild boars, and gibbons
• Meet the people of the Karen hill tribe
• Enjoy northern Thailand's natural bounty with round trip transfers
Visit The Lake Phuket Elephant Nursery, a forest home for elephants in northern Phuket. Interact with the rescued elephants as they forage and bathe in natural surroundings.
1. Take an Elephant Care Class
2. Stroll through the forest with the elephants
3. Enjoy a Thai cooking class and lunch
4. Learn about the elephants, their behavior and prepare their food
Explore the coral reefs around Koh Tao aboard the islands' best snorkeling boat.
Onboard water slide, climbing wall, diving board, floating sun beds, air-con cabin and experienced multi-lingual tour guides.
Visit all the best spots around Koh Tao and hike up to the amazing Nag Yuan viewpoint - one of the most iconic views in Thailand.
Set out into the desert for a night under the stars on this camel safari. Your driver will pick you up in Jaisalmer and take you to the edge of the desert, where you'll hop aboard a camel and ride out to a desert camp. Your guides will then cook you dinner over the campfire and you'll have the chance to learn a bit about cooking yourself.
Tick off four top Malaysia attractions in just one day on a private tour that lets you explore the Batu Caves, Selayang Hot Spring, the fireflies of Kampung Kuantan, and Bukit Malawati Hill. Skip the hassle of car hire and navigation as you’re transported between the hard-to-find attraction with ease, and relish the flexibility to tailor your itinerary according to what suits you best.
Join a local guide with excellent knowledge of the Bukit Lawang jungle and its inhabitants on this small-group forest hike, with transfers from Bukit Lawang area hotels. Your guide will teach you about the wildlife and help you spot animals such as macaques, gibbons, hornbills, and maybe even orangutans. Lunch and Gunung Leuser National Park entry is included, while you can opt to return by tubing the river.
A close encounter with Thailand’s national animal, the Thai elephant, is a popular choice for tourists – but it can be hard to know whether you’re booking an ethical experience just by reading a website or talking to a travel agent. Save yourself the stress with this afternoon observation experience at the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary in Chiang Mai. Watch these gentle giants from a distance in an expansive jungle habitat – no riding, just elephants playing and feeding on their own.
See a different side of Singapore with a guided kayaking tour around Pulau Ubin. Paddle in a pair or with the guide on a tandem kayak. Spend a short time crossing the open sea before reaching the calm waters of the mangrove forest. Soak in the tranquil environment while learning about the ecosystem and looking for birds like Kingfishers, Eagles and Herons. All equipment provided, and no kayaking experience is necessary.
Pickup from your hotel to Samui Elephant Sanctuary to meet the home of 6 retired elephants which is listed by World Animal Protection. Watching the wildlife animals play in the mud and bathe in the ponds by themselves and you will learn from our experienced tour guide with our elephants. The Thai vegetarian buffet will be serves during the time you watching the elephants enjoy their own time. This program is suitable with all ages and please note that the activities is not offer bathe and muddy with elephant.They need space to splash, roll around, submerge, and cover themselves in mud. Elephants like peace and quiet, not loud groups of visitors throwing mud or buckets of water at them. If people are crowding around them, it is very stressful for the elephants. Also, the mahout (handler) needs to control the elephant by forcing it to stand still or lie down, not giving any freedom for the elephant to play.
Get a chance to spot over 30 spotted leopards and their cubs—as well as monkeys, hyenas, porcupines, and other creatures—during this Jeep safari through Rajasthan’s Jhalana Leopard Conservation Reserve. Choose between morning, afternoon, and evening safari times for extra convenience. Upgrade to admire the sunrise or sunset from a special animal-viewing platform at an additional cost.
Explore the stunning Rajasthani desert by camelback on this multi-hour adventure tour, which includes a tasty traditional dinner. You’ll enjoy open-air views of the rolling desert sands outside Jaisalmer at sunset, traveling as desert-goers have done for thousands of years. Tours are capped at only six people, guaranteeing an intimate experience and unparalleled immersion into local life in the Rajasthan sands.
Ride a camel through the dunes and spend a night under the desert sky. After a jeep ride into the desert, climb on your camel and ride to your campsite. Have some snacks and a warm cup of chai as you watch the sun set over the dunes. Enjoy dinner cooked over an open fire and sleep under the stars on a comfortable bed with clean white sheets.
Set out for a secluded ocean side picnic on an unhurried half-day tour from Koh Samui. Board a traditional longtail boat for Koh Tan, where you’ll slip into the water and snorkel over a thriving reef that’s home to vivid fish and brilliant sponges. Continue across the Gulf to Koh Madsum beach for a sumptuous picnic of Thai foods, and relax into the sand. Sink into the ocean for another swim, sip chilled wine or simply absorb the perfect tranquility of your personal island getaway.
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Beat the crowds and savor one of the most spectacular views in Sri Lanka in complete silence with this sunrise guided hike. Set off long before dawn to enjoy a leisurely ascent to the famous scenic overlook, stopping along the way to rest and soak in the nighttime sounds. Relax at the top or quietly meditate as the sun begins to rise over the hills and valleys to the horizon.
This trip takes visitors to the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals. Visitors can marvel at the nocturnal animals in their authentically created habitats while travelling through the jungle park on open-air trams, and a guided trail-walk allows visitors to get up close with the animals. There is also an opportunity to one of the nightly shows.
When going trekking from Pokhara, in the Annapurna region of Nepal, hiring an independent trekking guide who can help decide the best trek for you based on ability and desire, and then get the entire experience organized and booked, takes the hassle away from you so all you need to do is enjoy the spectacular views of the Himalaya.
Singapore River Safari for a wildlife experience themed around the world’s freshwater rivers. Discover eight river habitats, from the Yangtze to the Mississippi comes with animals of all types, including the beloved giant panda. Learn about the native animals found around the world’s legendary rivers thus experience a boat ride on the ‘Amazon River’. Next, explore the night jungle park on an open-air tram, catching sight of nocturnal animals in authentically created habitats. Don’t miss out watch one of the nightly shows.
• 8-hour Singapore Safari Tour (River & Night Safari)
• Experience the colorful fish exhibit at the Congo River and observe ancient-looking creatures at the Nile-inspired ‘River of Life’
• Get close-up views of the animals on a guided trail walk
• Watch the Creatures of the Night show or Thumbuakar Fire Performance
• Round-trip transport by air-conditioned coach included from your hotel
See rescue elephants roaming freely outdoors during this trip from Chiang Mai to an elephant sanctuary. Rather than a crowded group tour, this is a private experience, just for you. This means seamless private transport—without any other pickups—and a more personalized service. As well as elephants, the trip also includes a chance to see the Sticky Waterfall—where you can climb the rocks and swim if you wish to.
Explore the Khao Lak mangroves on a half-day kayaking adventure. Escape the crowds and discover this mangrove ecosystem. After a cruise through the rivers, you’ll use kayaks to navigate the small streams that twist and turn through the mangrove trees. This tour is designed for a maximum of six people to ensure a more intimate feel.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
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