Elephant and Animal Watching in Kuiburi National Park - Join Afternoon Tour

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Kuiburi National Park is the only place in Thailand where more than 320 protected wild elephants live and you will have the unique 99% opportunity to see them in this untouched wildlife. In addition to Asian elephants and gaurs, the other relatively common mammals are golden jackals, various deer, langurs, white-handed gibbons, Burmese hares, Malay porcupines and wild boars. Kui Buri has a rich fauna of birds with over 260 species currently. Crested falcons, grey peacock pheasants, ferrous partridges, Tickell's brown hornbills, white-crowned hornbills, brown fish owls, yellow-ventilated green pigeons, white-fronted dwarf-eared owls, mustache hawks, red-necked hornbills, blue-collared parrots, chestnut-nickel fork tails, red-bearded bee-eaters, maroon woodpeckers.There are also birds like the Crested Fireback, Indian Roller and Asian Openbill bird or even gaurs and leopards.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Ken Diamond Co.Ltd Tour & Travel

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Kui Buri National Park

Arrive at the Kui Buri Visitor Center. A National Park guided safari-style vehicle must be booked on arrival if you wish to visit the Huai Luek Wildlife Watching Area and you can see Elephants and other animals coming out to find food. There are still about 320 Protected Wild Elephants living in this National Park and you will see them coming out to eat. Let's also visit the beautiful dry-moist forest and we can spot some birds such as the Crested Fireback, Indian Roller and Asian Openbill bird! Sometimes we could spot some Gaurs, Leopards.

Duration: 4 hour

Stop At: Hua Hin

Have a Thai Dinner at a Local Restaurant before returning to your Hotel

Duration: 45 minutes
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