The Place and The People
Thailand’s rainforests and mountain slopes are home to a fantastic array of wildlife – from Asian elephants to gibbons and sea turtles. Home to the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world, huge limestone mountains that shoot up into the air, deep valleys, clear-blue lakes, and ominous caves, it is a place full of excitement and beauty.
This will be a journey across Thailand’s tropical islands and natural interior experiencing the country’s wildlife and culture first-hand. Zip over to Koh Yao Yai where you will be greeted by the local people eager to teach you about more than just Thailand’s wildlife. Learn about the ecosystem and lifestyle of the village, experience the local cuisine, and try your hand at making soap or oil treatment with the help of the locals.