Krabi Nature photography tours and field trips

Krabi Night Wildlife Tours in the Tropical Rainforest

Walking around at night to find insects and wildlife is probably something you’ve never done!

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Night Wildlife Tour in the Rainforest

ANY NIGHT. (Reserve your space soon!)

Thailand Bay Owl found on night wildlife tour in the tropical rainforest.
A real nice find the other night! A bay owl clinging to a tree. We were able to get within 3 meters of this lovely Krabi owl for photos before it flew away silently.

What Can You See On Our Thailand Nature Field Trips?

  • FROGS and TOADS! So many species…
  • Rare GECKOS (Ptychozoon, Cyrtodactylus genus: pulchella, peguensis, quadrivirgatus)
  • Gliding and Forest Crested LIZARDS and sometimes big sleeping MONITOR LIZARDS!
  • TARANTULAS, large huntsman spiders, a huge variety of spiders
  • CENTIPEDES – Scolopendra and long-legged centipedes found
  • Beautiful MOTHS, and sometimes butterflies
  • BATS
  • CALUGOS – winged mammals that glide between trees
  • SCORPIONS – small and big, up to 6 inches long!
  • BUGS of all kinds: Leaf insects, stick insects, spiders, beetles
  • occasionally OWLS! Last night we saw a lovely Bay Owl (image above)
Slow loris in banana tree in Southern Thailand - Krabi Noi, Krabi province.
Slow loris in a banana tree found on a night field trip!


  • long pants, long sleeved shirt
  • closed shoes
  • hat if you have one
  • raincoat or rain poncho from 7-11 (50 THB)
  • something to drink


  • Headlamp
  • Expert guidance around wildlife you’ll encounter

If you’re looking for something more serious, there are 1 week, 2 week, 3 week, and even 1-month-long herpetology internships (info here) you can register for. You can tailor your adventure to focus on any wildlife you choose – any of the above, and more. This is not just for biology majors, it is for anyone who wants to learn more about indigenous wildlife in Thailand, especially snakes and other reptiles and amphibians.