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Khao Sok National Park

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Surat Thani, Thailand
+66 84 309 2838
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USD 639.00*
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5 Day Southern Thailand & Khao Sok National Park
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USD 91.22*
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Full-day Khao Sok National Park and Canoe Excursion from Phuket
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“khao sok” (142 reviews)
“the river” (65 reviews)
“day trip” (37 reviews)
Surat Thani, Thailand
+66 84 309 2838
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

It was excellent. I definitely recommend you taking one day trip that includes Nam Talu cave. It will bring you a lot of unforgettable memories. Just be prepared to get dirty in the jungle (a lot of mud) and get totally wet in a cave....More

1  Thank Jehoszafat
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Stayed here for 4 nights and it's easily one of the most beautiful places in Thailand. We trekked into the jungle to the waterfalls, tubed down a river and did the lake tour, which was wonderful. Would highly recommend the lake tour.

Thank Akshay G
Reviewed 5 days ago

Khao Sok National Park only has floating villas within the park. ITS SPECTACULAR - stunning beauty, idyllic lake setting where you can swim, kayak - or do nothing in your villa. Well off the beaten path but worth the effort to get there!

Thank bbmares3
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We booked a 2 day jungle trek with one night in tents. The jungle was nice, we saw monkeys, spiders, lizards, but because of the weather it was shorter than expected. 1,5 h to campsite, then 500 m through jungle, then 200 m to waterfall...More

Thank Adam K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Take a boat trip or even better a two-day boat trip a have yourself waked up by the Gibbons and a million of other animals.

Thank Paul-Eric_Noordhoek
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This area is only an hour drive from the main city and have many resort to choose for jungle trip. Waterfall and even a hot spring. This is not our first visit so we bring many favorite drinks to enjoy it due most resort have...More

Thank HumSup-Jai
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The tours organised to see the lake are very expensive (about 25$). The "lake" is totally worth it, although the other half of the trip was terrible. The jungle/forest area of the park is totally devoured of animals. And I don't mean just mammals -...More

Thank Rafał W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This hostel is great value for money, including large single beds, good aircon, hot water and free drinking water. The location is great, close to shops and restaurants and within walking distance to the national park. You can book tours and onward travel easily at...More

Thank Summer H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was 20 years ago when i stay 1 week with some friends into a floating hut... we just have to jump for can swimming daily... i feel like that place was the most natural, exotic, and freedom guarantee...

Thank Pinkema a
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

it is nice to walk the national park but I expected more. there is not much wildlife compared to other regions like forest/jungle in Indonesia or Nepal. nevertheless it is worth a short visit of a few days. the advantage is that you can walk...More

Thank gmittendorfer
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28 November 2017|
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Response from Mark S | Reviewed this property |
Sorry. We got a guide at the park. It was some time ago, so do not remember the name. There are many on the east end of the lake area. Enjoy.
24 October 2017|
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Response from Benny V | Reviewed this property |
You camp at Elephant Hill always at night. We did not do the floating tent camp
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20 October 2017|
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Response from kazandnat | Reviewed this property |
why not pay the 300 fee? 300 baht is nothing...blimey, these people ask for nothing and yet us foreigners still ask for a bargain...why?...these people work so hard day and day out...have a bit of respect and support them... More