Baan Laem Klat, Trat (2D1N)

Trat, Thailand
2 Days 1 Night
English, Thai

About the trip
Culture and Religion Epicurious Foodie Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
This trip takes you to a small fishermen’s community upstream on the east side of Trat’s main river. The geography consists of sharp hills and plains to protect against the wind, including fine, white sand. This particular location is known to be a great source of seafood, including blue crab, shrimp, mantis shrimp, and a variety of other shellfish. Other than that, you might have a chance to see Irrawaddy dolphins and the colorful jellyfish phenomenon around the month of November.
  • Experience the traditional culture of the local fishermen
  • Plant mangroves and help prepare the land for new forest growth
  • Observe the bright fireflies across the water
  • Pick up and drop off service is excluded, add-on service available
  • Professional english guide is excluded, add-on service available
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Electricity 24/7
Heated Water
Air Conditioning
Seated Toilet
Cell Signal
  • Activities as listed in the itinerary
  • One night accommodation
  • Local guides (Thai language only)
  • 4 Meals (2 Lunch, 1Dinner, 1 Breakfast)
  • Travel insurance
Day One
Designated meeting time in the morning: Community Introduction. Go on a beach tour while trying to find white shells spotted babylon, and razor clams along the way. 12:00 pm Lunch at Lan Sai Beach.
1:00 pm Experience the traditional culture of the local fishermen by joining them in finding shrimp, mantis shrimp, and crab. 3:00 pm Plant mangroves and help prepare the land for new forest growth.
6:00 pm Dinner. 8:00 pm Observe the bright fireflies across the water while aboard a boat at Khlong Pratoon.
Day Two
6:30 am Breakfast at Yamadaya Beach Resort. 8:00 am Activity: Join in with spreading artificial seagrass into a designated preservation area in the community. 12:00 pm Lunch and say ‘bon voyage!’
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