While we are a firm believer in Challenge by Choice, there are four main principles that we encourage all our visitors to participate in during their stay at Jungle Life Camp. This is why we do it.


We do it …. for the Adventure

“Attitude is the difference between an ordeal and an adventure.” Bob Bitchin

Kayaking downstream from Jungle Life Camp on the Sok River


We believe that personal challenge and diverse experiences build well-rounded individuals. Whether it is mixing soil with your bare hands, cooking in the jungle or fossil hunting in a cave, Khao Sok is full of firsts for adventurers of all backgrounds.

Will you do it too?

We understand that jungle living doesn’t sound exciting to everyone but we hope that our guests arrive with an open mind and a willingness to step outside of their comfort zone. And whatever the theme of the day is, we don’t forget that learning is supposed to be fun!



We do it … for the Community

“The more people that meet each other, the better it is for all of them.” Fletcher Pratt

Our stony beach is a favourite swimming spot during our free weekend camps

Jungle Life Camp was originally built as an outdoor activity centre for schools in Khao Sok as a way of giving back to the community. Now our camps are available to everyone. On any given day we might be working with international students, our neighbours’ children, local jungle guides, a school from the city or international tourists. Community is very much at the centre of what we do and we try to maintain this sense of community during our camps.

Will you do it too?

At Jungle Life Camp we eat, sleep, learn and play together. While staying at Jungle Life Camp, we ask you to contribute to our community by sharing the responsibility for washing up plates, respecting others and their property and taking advantage of our communal spaces during free time.



We do it … for the Jungle

“It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living.” Sir David Attenborough

Jungle Life Camp has 360° views of the rainforest


Jungle Life Camp is perfectly located to achieve our goal of connecting people with nature. We are within walking distance of many jungle trails, a pristine river complete with impressive waterfalls, hundreds-of-metres high limestone cliffs and one of the oldest and most biodiverse rainforests on the planet. We use Khao Sok’s iconic landscape to inspire a fascination for the natural world and through the scope of the jungle we explore the complicated relationships between the people, plants, animals, minerals and everything else that calls Planet Earth its home.

Will you do it too?

Our programs include designated time for reflecting on what you have learned and experienced at Jungle Life Camp, and on your own personal relationship with nature. We would like you to consider the environmental impact of your actions during your stay at Jungle Life Camp.



We do it … for the Future

“We don’t need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly.” Anne Marie Bonneau

After a fun day spent on Cheow Lan Lake, and before visiting one of the people that was displaced when the dam was built, we consider the causes and effects of such a large project

As the world transitions to a more sustainable way of living it is imperative that people from all walks of life are on board, whether they are office workers, park rangers, hotel managers, oil palm farmers, astronauts or anything else. We hope that through our engaging and informative activities we are doing our part in spreading a passion and understanding for sustainability to a wide audience.

Will you do it too?

Jungle Life Camp would like to challenge you to embrace our principles of adventure, community, jungle and future even after you have long departed from Khao Sok. 

Whether from the comfort of our camp or deep inside a cave, we specialise in making environmental education fun