Imagine yourself strolling alongside a stream, accompanied by hundreds
of butterflies who flutter around tiny bowls of water carved by
nature. You arrive at a beautiful waterfall and take a refreshing
swim in the pond at its base. Then, hiking into the forest, you
encounter a tall, sinewy tree. After an easy climb up, you realize
that the tree is in fact hollow. So you climb
back down...on the inside!
This is not a movie; it's what I do with my guests every day!
Thailand's rainforests offer a bewildering array of plant and animal
species in a beautiful setting. Whether you're looking to swim under
(or behind!) a waterfall, or seek out rare birds, butterflies, or
wild orchids (a particular favorite of mine which I am extremely good
at locating), my tour is certain to leave you satisfied.
Many of the largest and most interesting forests, such as Khao Yai and
Kaeng Krachan, are just a few hours drive from Bangkok. Other forests
such as Doi Suthep and Doi Inthanon are very near Chiang Mai. I have
guiding experience in all of these locations.