The day starts early with a drive through Phang Nga province passing rubber plantations and small villages en route to Khao Sok. Nearing our destination you can enjoy the views of mountains covered in lush rain forest. Khao Sok is situated in the largest area of rain forest in southern Thailand and was once part of an ancient trade route linking China and India. The Sok river valley cuts through the jungle and spectacular views of Limestone cliffs can be seen. One of the best ways to experience the jungle is to canoe down the Sok river by inflatable canoes. A local guide will paddle the canoe and spot animals along the way. The exotic tropical vegetation clinging to the river banks with limestone cliffs and mountains rising up on both sides creates a secret primeval world that very few people see. Birds such as hornbill, kingfisher, heron, egret, various reptiles and even wild monkeys live in the area. A buffet lunch of freshly prepared Thai dishes cooked not too spicy will be served. After lunch visit Siam Safari elephant camp where information will be given on elephants and their conservation, you can also learn about the elephant conservation project. Here you can trek through the jungle on the back of an elephant. Experience the essence of nature as your elephant moves silently along the jungle trail into the valley, you will be surrounded by mountains of the national park which offers spectacular scenery - a unique and memorable experience.