Boat fees - Entrance fees to sights and national parks - Train ticket - Bicycle rental
Accommodation in luxury tent on shared twin basis
Services of a licensed English speaking tour guide
Service charges and applicable government taxes
Lunch And Dinner
Day Wise Itinerary
Stay at Hintok River Camp at Hellfire Pass . A luxurious River Kwai Accommodation to Relax in the abundant Nature of Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrival At Bangkok And Transfer To Hin Tok River Camp
Early morning (06:00-06:30 hrs) pick up from downtown hotels in Bangkok and transfer to Kanchanaburi. Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Museum, War cemetery and Bridge over the River Kwai. Drive to Hin Tok River Camp for check-in and lunch. In the afternoon, visit Hellfire Pass Memorial and take a hike along the trail of the former Thailand-Burma railway embankment (2.5 km, 1 hour walk - bring along strong walking shoes or sneakers). Transfer back to the camp and relax for a while, before taking a bicycle ride to the nearby village, where locals engage in weaving bamboo baskets. Return to the camp for dinner and overnight
Day 2: Hin Tok River Camp To Sai Yok Waterfall And Lawa Cave
After breakfast, take a long-tail boat trip to Sai Yok Yai Waterfall and enjoy nature at its best. Don't forget to bring along your swimsuit and a towel. Return to camp for lunch. In the afternoon, explore the stalagmites and stalactites at Lawa Cave, then return to camp for some relaxation. In the evening, join a Thai cooking demonstration and get some insight into the preparation and ingredients of Thai cooking. Dinner and overnight.
Day 3: Departure
Early risers may enjoy a bicycle ride or walk to the nearby temple across the river and offer food to the monks. After breakfast, check out and take a motorized long-tail boat to the Mon Village at Jungle Rafts. The ethnic Mon are of Burmese origin who retain their own culture and language. Take a walk around the village or embark on an optional elephant ride through the bamboo forest: 1.500 Baht per elephant (max 2 persons per elephant) if pre-booked and pre-paid, 1.800 Baht per elephant (max. 2 persons) if paid on spot.
After lunch at a local restaurant, take a ride on the historic Death-Railway train. Transfer back to your hotel in Bangkok, where you will arrive at around 18:00 hrs.
Note: Package price does not include drop off at Suvanarbhumi airport, which needs to be booked and paid for separately.