Kanchanaburi Erawan Waterfall, Death Railway and Elephant Care

Death Railway Old Railway At Hellfire Pass Kanchanaburi Thailand
Erawan Waterfall, Erawan National Park, Kanchanaburi Thailand Emerald Waterfall4
Erawan Waterfall, Erawan National Park, Kanchanaburi Thailand Emerald Waterfall2
Tourist Walking Of The River Kwai Bridge, Train Approaching River Kwai Bridge
Ancient Wooden Railway Historic Of World War Ii At Sunset
Lady At The Elephant Haven Thailand Visiting The Elephants In Kanchanaburi Province
Price per person (based on 2 pax)

฿6,000

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Overview
Itinerary
Inclusion
Private Tour
10 hours
english, german

Highlights

  • Swim in the emerald ponds of the Erawan Waterfalls, and hike to marvel at the nature of each level
  • Visit major landmarks of Kanchanaburi such as Thai-Burma Railway and River Kwai Bridge
  • Chance to get close to the elephants and participate in Elephant Bathing Experience

Overview

Travel to Kanchanaburi on a packed full-day tour that will impress you from dawn till dusk. Visit the exquisite Erawan Waterfall and swim inside the emerald green ponds. Get a chance to walk on the notorious Death Railway and explore the cave of Buddha. A day at Kanchanaburi is not complete without visiting the rescued Elephants, observe and learn about the elephants. Prepare for a great day with your private professional guide, air-conditioned vehicle, and lunch included.

Additional Information

We recommend bringing a set of clothes to change, Swimsuits, Insect Repellant, Towels.
There are places to change your clothes at the Erawan Waterfall, Elephant Sanctuary.
This is require a moderate amount of walking. Travelers should be moderately fit to participate in this tour.

Itinerary

06:30 AM
Meet your guide at the hotel lobby, take a 2.30 hours road trip from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi with stops along the way.
Erawan waterfall
Visit the Erawan Waterfall, a waterfall of emerald, green ponds with a total of 7 levels. Navigate all the levels and have a wonderful time swimming.
Burma-Thai Railway
Take on a thrilling walk on the Thai-Burma Death Railway built alongside the beautiful River Kwai while learning the dark history of this railway.
Kra Sae Cave
Visit the cave with a Buddha image inside. This cave was formerly a camp for the POWs during the construction of the railway.
Elephant Haven
Head towards the home of many rescued elephants, the Elephant Haven. Spend time taking care of the elephants by washing them by the side of the river. Show them your support in this elephant sanctuary.
Bridge Over the River Kwai
Set out to the famous Bridge of the River Kwai, spend a brief time walking along the ironclad bridge that bears a long history of bloodshed and conflict from the time of World War II.

Inclusion

  • Hotel Pickup & drop-off
  • Private Transport by Air-conditioned Vehicle
  • Professional Guide
  • Admission Fees
  • Lunch
  • Bottled Water
  • Accidental Insurance

Exclusion

  • Any personal expenses

Reviews

5.0
Based on 79 Reviews
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Mary C
May 28, 2023

Great way to see a lot in one day

Our time in Bangkok was limited so this tour was a great way to experience a lot in one day. Jessie the guide was lovely, she taught us about the different place we visited, helped mind our bags, explained the customs and always made sure we had everything we needed.
We felt very spoiled

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Fred Thaden
May 17, 2023

Spectacularly Awesome ... Absolutlely Amazing!

This is a must do when visiting Thailand! Preecha (Peter) was the best tour guide, knowledgable about Thai history, lifestyle, and customs and patient with our many questions. We loved every part of this tour. I love history so it was great to see in-person and walk the Burma railway along the river Kwai. My wife loves animals and the elephants stole her heart. Such huge yet gentle creatures. To be so close to them, feeding, touching, and even having a "water fight" was a thrill. Swimmimg at the Emarald Falls was so relaxing and beautiful. The lunch stop was great with really yummy food and impressive service. Preecha and our driver Mr. Ek made this day-trip one of our favorite Thai memories. Thank you for the education and the fun day!

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Sunny N
April 8, 2023

Unexpectedly amazing day trip

The highlights of the trip were elephant farm and swimming at the water fall.
Our guide, Sharkey, was excellent in knowledge and caring for our needs.

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shubada d
April 4, 2023

Amazing day trip!!!

Our trip was originally scheduled for Apr 2nd. As erasable Waterfalls was hit by a thunderstorm, the park was closed and reopened on Apr 3rd. The company was obliging in rescheduling the trip for Apr 4th.

Our guide Sharky and driver Thawee were fantastic. Sharky was very patient and explained the history and background of the places we visited.

He arranged for vegetarian food for us at this restaurant called Praveencut. This was the place where we ate one of our best meals in Thailand!

It was an amazing experience spending time with the elephants, visiting the bridge on the River Kwae, the wooden bridge and Erawan National Park.

It’s a very long day but worth it! I would highly recommend this day trip!

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Joe S
March 31, 2023

Had a great time

Krit and Tum were the best. They did a great job on my tour. Full of information and very friendly. So glad I took this tour with them both.

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Josh M
March 26, 2023

An experience to remember and worth every minute!

This was a day to remember for sure. Firstly, we got to spend the day with our awesome tour guide Krit. I've never understood the value of having a guide until we did this tour. He had so much knowledge about the history of Thailand, the areas we visited and the landmark sites. We started the day at the Bridge over the River Kwai - taking a nice stroll across and discussing the history behind it. Our tour was on a Monday, which apparently is a quiet day in Thailand, so very good opportunity to see things without the crowds. Then we drove to the Erawan waterfalls and national park. The park is incredible! After a short walk you arrive at the base of the waterfalls. There are 7 levels of pools, however they are spread out so we only managed to do two of them. There are some trout swimming around, and the babies will try and nibble on your feet - perfectly harmless though! After the waterfalls we enjoyed a really nice lunch at a local Thai restaurant. The food was absolutely delicious and the staff were lovely. We discovered a new favourite dish as well! We ended our day with a quick stop at the Death Railway. A very sombre experience, although the view was pretty incredible. Then on to the Elephant Care facility where we prepared food and spent some time in the water with the elephants. All in all it is a very full on day, but having a great tour guide and driver meant that we were able to relax and take it all in without worrying about a thing.

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