With giant golden temples, monks wandering around in saffron robes, elephants, jungles and extraordinary beaches, Thailand offers exotic travel in a warm, welcoming atmosphere that kids will love! Situated along the Chao Phraya River in Central Thailand, Bangkok is a huge city of over 10 million people and can seem a bit overwhelming at first. But, peel back the layers and Bangkok shows its true colors in the colorful temples, markets and family-friendly attractions. Outside the big city, Thailand is famous for its white sand beaches, turquoise waters and especially its lumpy limestone rock formations that tower over the water as well as its lush green jungles, which are home to many Asian elephants.

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Start your journey exploring the UNESCO World Heritage site of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Made famous by movies, like Tomb Raider, Angkor Wat is the ancient capital of the Khmer people with giant Banyan roots growing amonst the temples with huge carved faces.

in the vibrant city of Bangkok where colorful temples play host to monks in saffron robes. Visit Wat Pho, home to one of Thailand’s largest Buddha statues: a 150-foot reclining golden Buddha! If you feel inclined, visit the long-time backpacker’s haunt, Khao San Road. Next, head into the wild jungles of Thailand to the province of Kachanaburi, known for its famous bridge over the River Kwai. En route, stop at a floating market where vendors sell food, handicrafts and household items from boats.

Your unique jungle experience including a full day with elephants at a sanctuary that rescues injured and elderly elephants. Help in the conservation effort and have an up close encounter with these giant creatures as you pick food, feed them, and possible even bathe them (or get bathed by them!). Spend another day exploring the jungles near your hotel: Choose to walk to a Mon village or a sacred cave or temple. Or, optionally, kayak or take a bamboo raft down the river.  Finally, head south to explore some of Thailand’s famous beaches and underwater vistas on the tiny island of Koh Samui!

Day 1:

Arrive in Siem Reap, Cambodia where you will be greeted with a private transfer to your hotel.

Overnight Navutu Dreams Wellness Spa and Resort or similar.

Day 2:

After breakfast, head out for a tour of the Angkor Archeological Complex, a UNESCO World Heritage site, dating back to the 12th century. Visit the ancient capital of Angkor Thom, Bayon Temple, unique for its 54 towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces, and the most famous of all Angkor Wat, where you may see Buddhist monks meditating and monkeys making mischief. In the afternoon, visit Ta Phrom, a temple which has been taken over by its lush jungle surrounds (made famous by the movie Tomb Raider).

In the evening, enjoy a traditional Khmer dinner.

Overnight Navutu Dreams Wellness Spa and Resort or similar. (B, D)

Day 3:

After breakfast, head to the airport for a short flight to Bangkok where you will be met at the airport by your guide. After check-in to your hotel, board a tuk-tuk to explore Wat Pho, and visit one of Thailand’s most famous Buddha images, the reclining Buddha.

In the evening, optionally, visit Khao San Road, a backpacker’s haven since the 1960s, which is now home to outdoor cafes, shops selling all sorts of items from t-shirts to Thai crafts, food stalls with everything from Pad Thai to scorpions on a stick and massage and fish spas to rejuvenate those weary feet!

Overnight Antara Riverside or similar. (B)

Day 4:

After breakfast, your transfer will pick you up for your trip to River Kwai jungle area. En route, visit the Floating Markets, where you will take a boat through this unique market where vendors on boats sell everything from coconut pancakes to house wares to handicrafts. Next, make a stop at the famous Bridge Over River Kwai and learn about Thailand’s role in World War II before heading into the jungle and up the river to your hotel for the night.

Overnight River Kwai Jungle Raft Hotel or similar. (B, D)

Day 5:
Depart in the morning for a full day experience with elephants! At Elephant’s World, elephants are king and visitors are there to revere these gentle giants. This is a sanctuary for elephants where their motto is “We work for the elephants, they do not work for us!” Spend the day planting and preparing food for the injured and elderly elephants, hand feeding them and maybe even give them a bath in the river before you head back to your river hotel.

Overnight River Kwai Jungle Raft Hotel or similar. (B, D)

Day 6:
After breakfast, and hopefully a glimpse of resident elephants bathing and breakfasting in the morning, enjoy a free day to explore the rainforest and river surrounds. Hiking trails lead from the river banks near the hotel to the nearby Mon village, a Buddhist temple, a school and a sacred cave. Spend the day swimming or experience optional activities (not included) like taking a bamboo raft ride or kayaking on the river, or climbing and zip lining through the trees at a nearby adventure trail.

Overnight River Kwai Jungle Raft Hotel or similar. (B, D)

Day 7:
Transfer to Bangkok airport for flight from to Koh Samui.

Enjoy the afternoon at leisure on this island paradise in the Gulf of Thailand. With its laid back beach vibe, fun restaurants and bars located, and many remote bays and hidden beaches there is something for everyone.

Overnight Sareeya Villas or similar. (B)

Day 8:
After breakfast, board a boat to explore the amazing Ang Thong Marine Park. With its soaring limestone formations, and bright turquoise waters teeming with marine life, Ang Thong offers visitors a glimpse into Thailand beneath the waves. Enjoy lunch on board.

Overnight Sareeya Villas or similar. (B, L)

Day 9:
In the morning, explore the markets and enjoy learning to cook Thai style. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore Koh Samui on your own.

Overnight Sareeya Villas or similar. (B, L)

Day 10:
After breakfast, board a return flight to Bangkok to connect with your onward flight home.


Wat Pho Tour
Travel by tuk-tuk (motorized rickshaw) to Wat Pho temple famous for its reclining Buddha. This 150-foot long golden Buddha is one of Thailand’s largest and most photographed Buddha images. Explore other areas of the temple, including the Hall of 1000 Buddhas, and learn about Buddhism in Thailand.

Floating Market Tour
Board a small boat to tour the canals of the famous floating market. Enjoy floating past vendors on boats selling everything from fruits and snacks to handicrafts to household items. Marvel at boats packed with items and bargaining taking place between locals balanced between boats in this “Venice of Thailand”.

Bridge Over River Kwai Tour
Visit the famous Bridge Over River Kwai and part of the infamous and eerily nicknamed “Death Railway” so named because of the many POWs who died building the rail line during World War II. Learn about the impacts of the war and its history here.

Full-Day Elephant Experience
Thailand is well known for its elephant population and in recent years conservation has become a major focus here as elephants move out of the work force (they were used for logging and other work) and into sanctuaries. At this sanctuary, injured and elderly elephants are cared for. Their motto is “We work for the elephants, not them for us!” Visitors are invited to volunteer for the day which could include planting new trees, picking food, making sticky rice balls for the older elephants, cooking, feeding the elephants and maybe even bathing them (or being bathed by them as often happens as they play in the river!).

Thai Cooking Class
Take an open back truck to the local markets where your instructor will teach you about Thailand’s fruits, vegetables and plants/herbs and their use in cooking and for medicinal purposes. Then, head to the kitchen where you will learn to whip these fresh ingredients into some of Thailand’s most famous dishes. After all that cooking, you will have worked up an appetite. So, sit down and enjoy the feast you have prepared!

Full Day Snorkel/Kayak Tour
Spend a day in Ang Thong Marine Park exploring hidden coves and the areas best snorkel spots! Take a boat out to experience the best underwater vistas where colorful fish swim through layers and layers of colorful coral.

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