Rickshaw rides in Thailand.
© Ben Rosevere
Rickshaw rides in Thailand.

Combine culture, activity and adventure on a 12-day Thailand Family Adventure. Visit the infamous 'Bridge over the River Kwai', explore many ancient ruins and temples, stroll through the lively city of Bangkok and head into the jungle where you will learn all about, and bathe, the elephants. This is a fun-filled family adventure holiday in one of Asia's most family-friendly destinations, making it ideal for children from the age of 5.

You get to travel by boat, overnight train and longtail boat, making this adventure even more exciting for children and adults alike. But you cannot come to Thailand and not take a rickshaw ride, so when you hit the cities of Bangkok or the city on the beach Hua Hin, make sure you take the oppotunity to jump on board for a fun two-wheeled ride.

Note: Solo/single parent adventure holidays to Thailand are available on selected dates through the year. Contact us to find out more.


Thailand Family Adventure Holiday


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Trips depart on selected days throughout the year, with many options available during the school holidays. Solo parent tours run during June, July, August and December.

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Elephant Nature Park in Thailand.© Ben Rosevere

Elephant Nature Park in Thailand.


Hotel (8 nights), homestay (1 night) and overnight sleeper train (2 nights).

Meals include: 11 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

Visiting Buddhist monks in Thailand.© Dyan Mckie

Visiting Buddhist monks in Thailand.


From £940 per adult and from £836 per child, including accommodation, domestic transport and some meals. Flights can be arranged for an additional cost.

Thai temple.© Dyan Mckie

Thai temple.


Day 1

Welcome meeting at your hotel in Bangkok. Make sure you explore the city if you arrive earlier in the day.

Day 2

Travel by longtail boat down Chao Priya River and explore the canals of Bangkok. Then on to one of the country's most important temples, Wat Pho to see the Reclining Buddha. Then jump on a local bus to your hotel in Kanchanaburi (home of the infamous 'Bridge over the River Kwai').

Day 3

Head to Erewan National Park to see the seven-level waterfalls and tropical fish, and spot native bird- and wildlife. Option of kayaking in the afternoon on the way back to the hotel.

Day 4

Minibus to Ayutthaya for some sightseeing and a guided tour of the ruins. Then board an overnight train to Chiang Mai.

Day 5

Drive through Chiang Mai to the 300-step naga-guarded stairway to one of the most amazing Thai temple. Then onto a traditional umbrella factory and a free night to explore the city.

Day 6

An early start to the Elephant Nature Park and learn all about these magnificent animals and the issues they face then bathe the elephants after lunch. The evening you will head to a local village for home-cooked food and traditional Thai dancing, stayg overnight with a family.

Day 7

Journey back towards Chiang Mai, stopping at the base of a mountain to explore the forest and learn about the community initiatives.

Day 8

Explore more of Chiang Mai at your own pace then take the overnight train late afternoon to Hua Hin.

Day 9

Following the train ride you will be taken to the beach resort of Hua Hin by minibus, a mix of city and beautiful beaches.

Day 10

Free day in Hua Hin.

Day 11

Head towards Bangkok, arriving in the afternoon for some free time to explore.

Day 12

The adventure comes to an end, so take your flight home or why not explore the city or book a few days on the coast to relax after your adventure - ask us for more information and options.

For full itinerary details, please call our team on 020 3633 0653 to find out more, for prices and to book.