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We were in Khwai for 2 nights. This was the starting point for our safari and boy did it give us the best possible start for our trip! The geography of the place is stunning with the beautiful Khwai river serving as a backdrop to...More
Almost 3 hours drive from Bangkok to Khwai River bridge st.
Enjoy the view surrounding Khwai River Bridge
(Take a train from khwai river bride st to Tham krasae st)
Took the train to Tham Krasae for 1.5 hours. Enjoying the momment a lot by...More
My visit to khwai was outstanding as usual. I was on a business trip with my friends just to see the routes and also new camps in the area. our 1 night at Magotlho campsite we saw loads of animals, lions, giraffes, leopard and general...More
The bridge is made of telephone poles running across the river. One day on our return to camp, baboons were dragging a dead baby around and would not let us cross for about ten minutes. A learning experience about baboon behavior.
During our safari, we camped in Moremi, Khwai, Savuti and Chobe. Khwai was by far my favorite in terms of the nice river that ran through it and the views of the wildlife. The river means that you get to see the "prey" animals hang...More
Better stay at Sable Camp, ex Banoka Camp 30 mins away than in the village. Its all inclusive with professional guides and a wonderful kitchen. There are backpacker options, but it all depends the experience you want.