A three-hour drive north-east of Bangkok takes you to Thailand’s oldest-established and largest national park, Khao Yai. Spread over 770 sq miles (2,000 sq km) of forested mountains, the sanctuary is laced with a network of tarred roads and well-defined trails that enable you to explore the area’s pristine jungle and, with luck, encounter some of its wildlife. Species you can be confident of sighting on a day visit include hornbills, gibbons and macaques, along with an assortment of giant spiders, squirrels, gaur (bison) and superb butterflies.

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With the world now largely open again, now is the time to begin planning your 2022 adventures in Asia. Our Travel Specialists are ready to take your call and discuss the adventure you have spent the last 2-years dreaming of.

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