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Booking, availability, price etc. (5)
We have six months of high-season every year from January-March, June and November-December. If you are planning to take the tour during the high-season, we recommend you book as soon as possible.
Yes, it is possible to charter the houseboat. Contact us through our booking page or telephone to find out about prices and departure dates. We recommend that you book early to be sure there are no other bookings yet for the date you have in mind.
In order to secure a seat on our tour, we recommend you book as soon as you have made up your mind. Usually, our customers book their Lake Safari 3-5 months in advance. If you are planning to go on the tour during our high-season from January-March, July and November-December, we recommend you book as soon as possible.
Along with your booking confirmation, you will receive an invoice over the full price of your booking. Both the booking confirmation and invoice are sent as PDFs to you. The invoiced amount is payable within 8 days to our bank account in Thailand either by bank transfer, credit card or PayPal. Bank details are provided on the invoice.
Preparation at home (2)
The kinds of vaccinations you need are dependent on which ones you already have and which other areas of Thailand you are planning to visit. In general, we recommend you seek medical advice on travel vaccinations. More information is available at vaccines.gov. If you are in doubt, however, please contact your physician.
Aboard the houseboat (3)
We will take requests for allergy-friendly food into consideration, as long as these were placed along with the booking. Of course, you are also allowed to bring your own food on board.
Yes, we can provide space for a maximum of two children (max age of 11 years) on an extra mattress in their parents’ room.
We often have both children and infants on board – and it works very well. We have life vests in different sizes and there is a railing around the boat. Of course, as everywhere else, the final responsibility for the child rests with the parent(s).