1/2 & 1 day North East side of Bangkok
1/2 & 1 day
North East side of Bangkok
Half Day Tour, We bring you to Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy or Jo Por Lo in short name, the famous birding spot near by Bangkok In north East of Bangkok, far from Bangkok 110 Km. or around 1.30 hr. This is the military academy of Royal Thai Army, Established in 1887. it has graduated the vast majority of Thailand's military leaders and of which many have become Thai Prime Ministers. The academy has intense training program. There are about 200 cadets for each year.
Located in Nakorn Nayok province. Surounded in the Sankamphaeng Range mountainous area is located in the northern section of this district or a part of Khao Yai forest
Habitats coverage by garden, forest edge, fresh water pond bird such as Blue-winged Pitta (June-October), Malayan Night Heron, Pin-tailed Snipe, Racket-tailed Treepie, Rufouse Treepie, Copper-smith Barbet, Oriental Magpie Robin, Pied Starling, Common Iora, Green Bee-eater, Indian Roller, Asian Common Koel, Green-billed Malkoha, Greater Coucal, White-throated Kingfisher, Bronze-winged Jacana, Little Grebe and more 100 specie in all year round
Full Day Tour, after we birding in JPL in moring we transfer 45 min. Khao Yai is a first national park in Thailand. It lies largely in Nakhon Nayok, but also includes parts of Saraburi, Prachinburi and Nakhon Ratchasima Province (Khorat) provinces. It was the country's first national park, established on September 18, 1962. A major role in its establishment was done by Boonsong Lekakul, one of the 20th century's most famous conservationists in Thailand.
A total of 333 species of birds and 71 species of mammals have been reported in Khao Yai. The montane bird fauna is not well represented in Khao Yai, not only because the park is relatively remote from the higher forested mountains of the north and west, but partly because it has only small, isolated areas of unexceptionally high mountain tops. bird such as Great Hornbill, Pied Hornbill, Vernal Hanging Parrot, Mountain Imperial Pigeon, Orange-breasted and Red-headed Trogons, Greater Flameback, Heart-spotted Woodpecker, Banded broadbills, Blue Pitta, Blue-winged Leafbird, Asian Fairy bluebird, a variety of bulbuls, including the Puff-throated and Grey-eyed Bulbul, Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, Green Magpie, Abbott’s Babbler, White-bellied Yuhina, Dark-necked Tailorbird