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Posted by TRAVEL TOP COUNTRY MAG MEDIA on October 22 2020, 08:06am

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Adventure in a forest, live several days in a nature.

Picture for free realized by Woraphong Rak to Pixabay

Picture for free realized by Woraphong Rak to Pixabay

For this winter, discover in Thailand what is possible to visit. A company tour is very creative and thinks more green than you think...Visitors live in luxury accommodation: camp. Strange or not, it would be like adventure confortable.

In the Khao Sok National Park which is part of southern Thailand’s largest stretch of primary rainforest in the Surat Thani province. The two camps are in the forest one is at the edge of the park, the Rainforest Camp, the other is in the middle of the Cheow Larn Lake of 165 km2 large  in the heart of Khao Sok. The tour starts at the Elephant Camp where the travellers spend their first night.

Despite being tucked away in the lush greens of the rainforest Elephant Hills is still in a prime location and can be reached from all major tourist destinations like Phuket, Khao Lak, Khanom, Krabi and even Koh Samui in just a few hours.

Elephant Hills tours

A different way to stay and protect the nature

Elephant Hills is Thailand's first Luxury Tented Jungle Camps, combining the camp idea of African national parks with the Thai tropical forest environment of our elephant nature park. This company focuses on green and protection of the environment.

A trip with 2-4 days in nature soft adventure tours in and around the stunningly beautiful Khao Sok national park area with luxury tents for nighttime accommodations.
The Elephant Camp comprises tailor-made luxury tents and has successfully been operated for over 10 years, becoming a popular destination for family vacations. The floating Rainforest Camp, one of the world's only luxury floating tented camps, was opened in 2011 and is situated on the emerald green waters of Cheow Larn Lake.

For more information www.elephanthills.com

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