Khao Sok National Park, Thailand
The last stop on our journey through South East Asia took us to the beautiful Khao Sok National Park. It was a bitter-sweet ending for our globe-trotting honeymoon — we didn’t want the adventure to end, but if it had to, this was a sweet dessert! For four days we kayaked in the early mornings and trekked through the jungle and caves in the afternoons. We saw several different monkey species, as well as snakes, giant lizards and Thailand’s famous and beloved Hornbill Bird.
Michael and our guide, Bow, kayaking through the park.
Our wonderful guide, Bow.
Our floating bungalow — you can see Mike hanging out on our balcony.
The front of our bungalow.
There are several bungalows where visitors stay, all of which are floating on bamboo.
Every morning a dense fog covers the landscape, and it’s beautiful to watch it burn off. In the distance you can see the unique mountain ridges.
Michael and our two guides paddling along the rain forest.
Mike and I on our jungle hike, overlooking the lake.
Thank you to our wonderful crew at the national park — they made our trip unforgettable!
Moo, one of the owners of the tour company.