Join us in this photo tour for spottings of wild elephants, snakes, monkeys, and some crazy bugs!
crazy billed bird
beware. another sign said becareful after 6pm. It's when the elephants come out
just a little snake
Lina excited to see the snake
monkey foaming at the mouth… also… is this lady breast feeding?
part 1 of a 3 part series.
son… stay off the road when cars are coming
do not park all the line
our guide attempting to play a bamboo instrument
interesting deer-like animal
some tiny leaf bugs. i think they are meant to be a piece of this fern
exoskeleton of a bee
taken from the inside of a tree looking up
this snake was much harder to spot in the wild than in this pic
our guide got much closer with his camera… brave… I'm thankful for a telephoto lens
would you have guessed that this string-like thing is a mushroom? we didn't
mom… what's going on? who are those people over there?
bear claw marks on a fallen tree. the claw marks are from when the tree used to stand
a jungle beetle… hides under specific fallen trees
harmless though, don't worry
me at the top of the tree in the prior picture
and now climbing down the inside of the tree
out in the open… suposedly where tigers like to hang out, but our guide only spotted 8 in 20 years
an elephant's toilette
looked tasty, but I saved them for the monkies
a nice break on a natural swing
signs of what you should not do.
Looked tasty, like a ball of sugary candy, but it grows on a tree.
Also interesting colored.
trekking can't be complete without waterfalls
hark! a wild elephant!
the ranger recognized him by the tear in his left ear. his name is Hu Yu
he's afraid of cars, so was a bit hesitant to come onto the road
but he picked up a scent of a pack of females… sly one (true story)
what is up there?
some are dead
this faithful dog followed us all the way from the human entrance to the bat exit
millions of bats took flight
yes… those dark dots in the sky… all bats!
but alas, the sun still sets
but the bats aren't the only ones that are out for food
oh yeah… python in the cave
and scary big spiders outside
with milipedes galore
More Khao Yai
Trek in Khao Yai on the cheap with our backpacking tips for spotting wild elephants in Thailand.
What was your favorite animal on our tour? Let us know in the comments!