08:00 Pick up from hotel.
09:00 Stop for some traditional Thai fruit fritters and coffee. There will be a chance for a short visit to a beautiful cave Temple.
11:00 Arrive at the Dam.
11:00 Boat trip to your Raft house.
12:00-13:00 Lunch and Relax.
13:00-14:00 Basic kayak and safety instruction.
14:00-16:30 Our first paddle in Cheow Lan Lake through some of the small estuaries.
16:30 Coffee and snack break and a chance for a swim.
17:30 Paddle over to Bill Island to try and see the horn bills that frequent this place, as evening time is the best chance to view them.
19:00 Head back for dinner.
20:00 Relax. You may want to hear interesting stories of rainforest experiences.
Includes: (L), (D).
07:30 You will be awakened in the morning by the wonderful sounds of the Lar Gibbon echoing across the lake, one of the lead players in the orchestra of the rainforest.
09:00 Head out for our viewpoint trek. The morning is a good chance to see the Lar Gibbon and Dusky Langurs on this trail.
12:00 Paddle to our special hidden waterfall. Lunch spot.
14:00 After cooling off and exploring the waterfall, paddle back to the raft house, exploring the rainforest and looking for interesting wildlife and fauna on the way.
17:00 Arrive at raft house. Free time to relax, swim or paddle.
19:00 Sunset dinner.
Includes: (B), (L), (D).
09:00 Head for a trek this morning through some beautiful rock formation in the rainforest. This area is full of wildlife and you will find many tracks here.
11:00 Arrive at an amazing cave system and explore the cave system. Inside there are some truly amazing stalactites and stalagmites, bats of various species, spiders, and also strange luminous
12:00 Lunch at cave entrance. You will be surprised at the quality of the lunches we have on our trek and excursions.
12:45 Start the trek back to our kayaks.
14:30 Depart for raft house.
15:30 Check out and return to pier.
17:00 Transfer back to pick-up location.
20:00 End of service at the hotel.
Child rate is applied for 4 -12 years old.
What to Bring: Swim wear, T-shirts, shorts, long pants, long sleeved shirt, towel, sun hat, sunscreen (SPF 15 minimum), camera, lots of film, toiletries, sun-glasses, waterproof sandals or flip flops.
Optional extras include sunrise and night paddles. Sunrise paddles are a good opportunity to spot Gibbons and Monkeys. Night paddles are a chance to catch the larger nocturnal mammals and cats coming to the lakeside to drink. There are no additional costs for these. Aside from their own knowledge of the rainforest, guides will have a selection of reference books about the wildlife and fauna of the area to share with you.
Information contained in this document is not contractual. Information is offered to give an idea of the type of trip that is offered. Times and locales will often vary according to weather and the decisions of the expedition leader. Our objective is to give customers the best possible experience within the time frame of the expedition, and as a matter of policy we continually update and improve products to achieve this aim. We are in regular contact with the Rangers of the park and local guides.
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