Embark on an exhilarating journey with our Thailand Adventure Travel experience, where the vibrant spirit of the Land of Smiles meets the thrill of discovery. From the lush jungles of Chiang Mai to the pristine beaches of Krabi, our curated adventures invite you to explore the heart of Thailand's natural wonders. Immerse yourself in daring escapades, whether trekking through dense forests, diving into turquoise waters, or encountering cultural marvels. Thailand beckons, promising an unforgettable tapestry of adrenaline, culture, and breathtaking landscapes for the adventurous souls seeking a truly extraordinary escape.

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Mu Koh Similan National Park

Phang-Nga Must See

The name “Similan” is derived from a Malay word meaning nine – very apt for a National Park that comprises nine islands. The park occupies an area of around 30,000 acres and has been in operation since September 1982. The bulk of the islands that make up the park are uninhabited. The park’s office is located on Koh Miang,...


Phu Ruea National Park

Loei Must See

Resting in a plateau with an area of 75,525 square kilometers, Phu Ruea National Park comprises a rugged mountain range with its highest peak (and source for a number of Loei’s rivers) rising 1,365 meters above sea level. The view from the top of Phu Ruea is quite dazzling and stretches as far as the Heuang and Khong Rivers. The unusually...


Phu Kradueng National Park

Loei Must See

Phu Kradueng National Park is one of the leading National Parks in the country and houses the highest peak in Loei (1360 meters). The park is 359 square kilometers in size and extremely well organized. It offers numerous trails (around 50 kilometers worth in total) taking hikers past waterfalls, through pine, oak and beech forests, and past...


Doi Tung

Chiang Rai Must See

Known by locals as Thailand’s Switzerland, Doi Tung (‘Flag Mountain’) is an attractive mountain-top destination of forests and nearby Shan, Akha and Lahu tribal villages. Probably the most important attraction in the area is Wat Phrathat Doi Tung - a temple built one thousand years ago which is an important place of pilgrimage for...


Doi Inthanon National Park

Chiang Mai Must See

At 8,415 feet above sea level Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s highest mountain. It is a premium site for scenery and offers visitors forests, bird life and waterfalls. During the winter season the summit of Doi Inthanon is usually cool and dry, but over recent years temperatures have fallen lower and lower. You can now on very rare occasions...


Tham Lot

Mae Hong Son Must See

If you are interested in caves and their history, you have a treat here. Tham Lot is massive and some of it remains unexplored. A number of items (pottery, etc.) offer evidence the system was once the home of cave-dwelling prehistoric man. A stream runs right through the mountain from one side to the other (roughly one kilometre) and it is...


Sa Morakot

Krabi Must See

Sa Morakot (Emerald Pool), located in “Khao Pra-Bang Kram Wildlife Sanctuary” at Klong Thom District, Krabi. It is the hot spring originated from a warm stream in the lowland forest of Khao Nor Chuchi. The pool is roughly 3.5 Metres deep, 115 metres long, and 214 meteres wide. The radiant water is around 1.2 metres deep. You are allowed...


Pang Ung

Mae Hong Son Must See

Pang Ung (Pang Oong) or “Pangtong2” is one of the Royal Initiative projects by HM Queen Sirikit for highland development. The place sometimes is referred to “Ruam Thai” on maps and signs. It is a Shan Minority Village where it has been developed with modern agricultural projects. A large reservoir in Pang Ung is popular and...



Mae Hong Son Must See

Pai is famous for its stunning natural scenery and cool nice weather during the winter. In the evening, the main street of the town (Chaisongkram Rd.) becomes Pedestrian Street and it is filled with tourists, market stalls, and food carts. This so called “Pai Walking Street” has souvenir shops, Thai Massage shops, Handicraft shops,...


Angthong National Park

Surat Thani Must See

Angthong National Park is located 20 km west of Koh Samui. It’s a group of 40 islands. Some destination islands include Koh Wua Ta Lap, Koh Mae Koh, Koh Prayat, Koh Sam Sao, Koh Nai Put and h Wua Te. Most islands comprise limestone masses reaching heights of up to 400 meters, and fringed by beaches and rain forest. An emerald saltwater lake...


Phu Chi Fa Forest Park

Chiang Rai Must See

Located in Thoeng district of Chiang Rai Province, it is a stunning view point of Doi Pha Mon.  Its height is 1628 meters above the sea-level. From Phu Chi Fa, you will experience the spectacular mountain scenery setting between Thai-Laos border. You will expect to see the views over Mekong River and deep into Laos. A small village of Chiang...


Phu Pha Lom Forest Park

Loei Must See

Located about 25 kilometres from the Loei municipality, Phu Pha Lom is an 800-acre park of jungle and mountain ranges. The park has a number of trails and a number of points where people stop to take in the area’s natural beauty. The park also has a cave system that visitors can explore. As with most parks, Phu Pha Lom Forest Park is a haven...


Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary

Loei Must See

Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary is only partially open to tourists. The sanctuary’s main trail is 6 kilometers long and weaves through pine forest, flowers, rocks and various cliffs. Given its altitude the sanctuary is cool all year round. The sanctuary is currently engaged in the Food for Elephants Rehabilitation Project initiated by Her...


Nam Nao National Park

Phetchaburi Must See

Opened in 1972, Nam Nao National Park is an average of 800 metres above sea level, covers nearly 1000 square kilometres, and is shared between three provinces (including Loei). The park features sandstone mountains, thick forests and dense vegetation. At 1270 metres Phu Pha Jit is its highest peak. The park is home to a variety of wildlife...


Khao Chamao Khao Wong Waterfall

Rayong Must See

Located near the headquarters of Khao Chamao National Park, Khao Chamao-Khao Wong waterfall is a splendid affair – the waterfall has a number of tiers pushing high into the skyline and with crystal-clear water cascading into a variety of pools below. As the water is so clear many varieties of fish can be seen from the sides of the pools. In...


Khao Chong Wildlife and Nature Education Centre

Trang Must See

Around 20 kilometres from the main Trang municipality, Khao Chong Wildlife and Nature Education Centre is one of the most attractive places to visit in southern Thailand. The centre is intended for nature and wildlife study and features a series of nature study trails for visitors to walk along. The trails take you through tropical rainforest,...


Phu Khao Ya

Ranong Must See

Phu Khao Ya (Grass Hill), also known as Khao Hua Lan (Bald Hill) or Khao Phi (Ghost Hill) is extraordinary in that it is a geographical anomaly. This average-sized hill is entirely void of trees leaving it looking, as local residents say, like a ‘Swiss pasture’. Although you shouldn’t wait for singing nuns or herds of goats, Phu...


Natural Hot Springs and Raksawarin Park Arboretum

Ranong Must See

Ranong’s chief attractions include its hot springs and Raksawarin Park Arboretum. Situated 2 kilometers east of Ranong town, mineral water coming from the springs maintains a year-round temperature of 65 degrees Celsius. The waters have proven healing qualities and often prescribed by doctors in the locale as a form of treatment. There are...


Promthep Cape

Phuket Must See

Promthep Cape is a simple rocky hill with no immediate interest. However, this is the most southerly point on the island at it is sunsets and views of Phuket’s southern coast you are here for! A flight of steps leads to the top of Promthep Cape and from there you have an excellent view of the “half-moon” bay housing Nai Harn...


Khao Yai National Park

Nakhon Ratchasima Must See

Thailand’s first National Park is also its second largest, and certainly one of its best! Khao Yai National Park spreads to four different provinces with the bulk of its 2,100 square kilometers in Nakhon Ratchasima. The park has a variety of terrains from deciduous forest to savannah and houses some 3,000 species of plant. Wildlife in the...


Phu Wiang National Park

Khon Kaen Must See

Phu Wiang is a 30,000 hectare site where the fossil remains of dinosaurs were found in 1981. The site became a national park in 1992 to protect the fossils for the national interest. To date, nine excavation sites have been dug which are spread over an area of around 20 kilometres. The sites are now open to the public and reveal dinosaur fossils...


Phu Phan Kham National Park

Khon Kaen Must See

Covering an area of 320 square kilometres and taking in parts of Nong Bua Lamphu and Khon Kaen provinces, Phu Phan Kham National Park is located in the Phu Phan Mountains encompassing two major ranges: Phu Khlao and Phu Phan Kham. The park is home to a variety of wildlife including deer, monkeys and a few elephants and tigers. The mountains are...


Sai Yok Waterfalls

Kanchanaburi Must See

The Sai Yok Waterfalls (Sai Yok Yai and Sai Yok Noi) form the focal point of Sai Yok National Park - a 500-square kilometer park offering evergreen, bamboo and teak forest against a mountainous backdrop teaming with wildlife such as bats (the Khun Kitti Bat – the smallest bat in the world), tigers, wild pigs, deer and birds. Sai Yok Yai Sai...


Hua Hin Hills Vineyard

Hua Hin Must See

Hua Hin Hills Vineyard is located 35 kilometers west of Hua Hin at 150 meters above the sea level. Hua Hin Hills Vineyard is the first boutique vineyard in Prachuap Khiri Khan and a new home of Monsoon Valley Wines. It offers spectacular views, a restaurant and wine tasting of the local Monsoon Valley Wines. This place also offers information about...


Hin Lat Waterfall

Koh Samui

Not only being one of tourist attractions in Samui, Hin Lat Waterfall is also a significant source of Samui’s water supplies. It is easily to be accessed by vehicles. There is a small car pak at the entrance of the waterfall. In order to get to the waterfall itself, you need to walk 1.5 kilometers. It takes a bit of time (30-40 minutes). With...


Tham Mae Lana

Mae Hong Son

Located in Pang Mapha, Tham Mae Lana Cave offers stalactites and stalagmites but is significantly less impressive than its neighbour Tham Lot. Nevertheless it’s a worthwhile visit if you have the time. A stream runs through the cave. The stream is home to a curious breed of fish that is totally devoid of eyes or colour! Details: This cave is...


Ao Phang Nga National Park


Ao Phang Nga National Park is a large park of around 400 square kilometers. It comprises around 40 extremely attractive, mainly uninhabited islands. The area features the scenery of green waters set against dramatic limestone cliffs, some of which are up to 300 meters high. The highlight of the park is though its ‘karst’ formations...


Pattaya Viewpoint


Pattaya Viewpoint is on "Phratumnak Hill" (Pattaya Hill). It is an attraction for all tourists and is located at the border of South Pattaya and Jomtien. The top of the hill is one of the best viewpoint overlooking the crescent bay of Pattaya. You can see the whole Pattaya City in top view from Bali High Pier to the northern point of the bay at...


Chateau de Loei Winery and Vineyard


Chateau de Loei Vineyard is situated on the Phu Rua Highland. The vineyard produces the oldest wine of Thailand, with over a thousand rai of growing areas for fresh and wine-making grapes. Probably not what you expected to do in northeastern Thailand, but a trip to the Chateau de Loei Vineyard makes it a nice change. This vineyard grows grapes to...


Wang Tat Waterfall


Wang Tat Waterfall is the focal point of Na Haeo National Park.  Located 5 kilometres from the park’s headquarters visitors pass Wang Klao Waterfall on the way. The waterfall is not fully accessible by vehicle and visitors have to make a 100-metre walk to reach it. With only 2-tiers and a mere 5 metres high the waterfall is pleasant...


Phra Nakhon Khiri


Phra Nakhon Khiri is a historical park in Phetchaburi, Thailand. Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park is Phetchaburi’s well-known landmark. It is locally known as Khao Wang (Palace Hill). The park consists of three building groups on the 92 meters high hill. On the western peak is the actual palace with adjoining structures. The middle or...


Tat Hueang Waterfall


The Hueang River feeds the Tat Hueang Waterfall (known as the Thai-Lao Waterfall) and as a result it is active all-year round. The river marks the boundary between Loei and its Loei neighbour and the waterfall is jointly owned by the two countries. This is then a meeting place for both Thais and Laos. Although there are a number of waterfalls in...


Kaeng Khut Khu


This small island is located directly in the middle of the Mekong River. A number of boulders of various hues and tones are exposed during the dry season offering curious ‘moonscape’ in the middle of a river. ‘Chana Kham’ (a small district in Laos) is clearly visible from Kaeng Khut Khu. Restaurants selling local seafood...


Pong Dueat Hot Springs

Mae Hong Son

This is really quite an impressive place to visit. There aren’t that many places in the world with hot springs and Mae Hong Son is one of them, so if you are in the area, make the most of it! Set in thick forest, Pong Duad Hot Springs comprises 3-4 geysers (with water bursts that shoot 2-4 meters into the air) alongside a number of smaller...


Salween National Park

Mae Hong Son

One of Thailand’s smaller National Parks (721 square kilometres), Salween National Park is diverse and none the less impressive. Located around 165 kilometres south of Mae Hong Son, the park is set in dense forest with the Salween River passing through it. This river provides demarcation between Myanmar and Thailand and represents 120...


Khao Lak-Lamru National Park


Inaugurated in 1991, Khao Lak-Lamru National Park is a large park (125 square kilometres) overlooking the Andaman Sea. Set in rice paddies, jungle and rubber trees Khao Lak-Lamru features hills and a range of ‘evergreen’ forests. The highest point in the park is 1,077 metres above sea level and it provides the source for the Phang-Nga...


Namtok Lam Plok


Although Trang is famous for its beautiful islands and beaches, it has an abundance of waterfalls; some of the best you might see. Namtok Lam Plok is a great example. A large 6-tiered waterfall, Namtok Lam Plok offers a vantage point to see local islands and the River Palian.  Such is the force of the waterfall here that the waterfall has a...


Namtok Sai Rung


Namtok Sai Rung only has one level but pumps water out at such ferocity that there is often a rainbow from the spray it produces. As you can imagine, this is very attractive on a sunny day. Beyond the rainbow, this is another site where relaxation is order of the day. Trekking, swimming, and picnics make the scene complete. How to get there: Get on...


Na Muang Waterfalls

Koh Samui

Na Muang waterfalls are located in the South of Samui’s central peak. Famed for their stunning landscapes, Na Muang waterfalls are a must see place when you are in Samui. There are 2 waterfalls. Na Muang 1 and Na Muang 2. Na Muang 1 is more popular than Na Muang 2 since it can be easily accessed by vehicles and has restaurants and souvenir...


Butterfly Garden

Koh Samui

The Butterfly Garden is located in the southeast of Samui Island. With a stunning overlooking view of beautiful Natien Beach, this place presents various collections of different butterflies from Thailand and other countries. From there, you can enter the insect museum nearby. It is a Thai style house that allows the visitors to observe the...


Pala-U Waterfall

Hua Hin

Pala-U Waterfall is located 60km west of Hua Hin town. This waterfall is on the southern tip of Kaeng Krachan National Park. Its location is close to the Myanmar border. You will pass through checkpoints and stunning countryside on your journey to the waterfall. Occasionally you will see wild elephants coming out from the jungle and block the road....


Thung Yai Naresuan and Huai Kha Khaeng


The Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary and Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary cover three provinces including Uthai Thani, Kanchanaburi and Tak provinces in western Thailand. At 622,200 hectares combined, they form the largest protected area in Southeast Asia, and were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991. The Thung Yai Naresuan...


Sa Nang Manora Forest Park


Although not on most tourists’ ‘to do’ list, Sa Nang Manora Forest Park is a quaint, attractive park and a great place to visit if you have time. The park features rainforest and has some rocky parts amongst the forest. There are a number of striking multi-tiered waterfalls in the park with pools for swimming which are linked by a...


Lamru Waterfall


Located in Khao Lak-Lamru National Park, Lamru Waterfall is a five-tier waterfall. Its source is Kapong canal and as a result water flows through the waterfall all year round. Set in dense forest this is a quiet place to visit and take in some natural beauty for a while. Details: Located in a National Park, there is an admission fee of 200 Baht for...


Mae Sa Waterfall

Chiang Mai

Mae Sa Waterfall is another ‘iconic’ image of Chiang Mai, although it is somewhat less famous than some other sites. The waterfall has 8 tiers and set against a backdrop of huge trees it is very impressive. The climate around the waterfall is cool throughout the year and it is a very popular meeting place for locals. For foreigners, the...


Tha Pai Hot Springs

Mae Hong Son

Tha Pai Hot Springs are one of the focal points of Huai Nam Dang National Park, in Mae Hong Son province, 8 kilometers south of Pai. The springs offer a number of bathtubs for visitors to bathe in, and it is also possible to bathe in the stream that runs through the site. The water from these springs is said to have strong therapeutic value....


San Kamphaeng Hot Springs

Chiang Mai

San Kamphaeng Hot Springs is an ideal destination for those interested in health and well-being. A natural spring emitting water with high sulfur content, the spring is said to cure ailments and rejuvenate the body. The water has a temperature in excess of 100 degrees centigrade and the area is so active that there is ongoing research into how to...


Chiang Dao Cave

Chiang Mai

The Peak of Doi Chiang Dao Mountain is 2225 meters above sea level making it one of Thailand’s highest mountains. Although impressive in its own right, and playing host to a number of sites worthy of a visit, Chiang Dao Caves are of special interest. The caves extend around twelve kilometers into the mountain and only experienced potholers...


Op Luang Gorge

Chiang Mai

Op Luang Gorge is located about 100 kilometers from Chiang Mai and offers visitors great scenery. A river runs directly through the gorge and it is surrounded by mountains and beautiful teak forests. Much photographed because of its beauty, Op Luang Gorge is the focal point of Op Luang National Park – a 553 square kilometer park noted for its...


Tham Pee Hua Toe


Tham Pee Hua Toe (Big-headed Ghost Cave) is Krabi’s most famous cave and a place you would leave from to get to Lot Cave only 500 meters away. Tham Pee Hua Toe is about 6 Kilometers from the Than Bok Khorani National Park. To get there take Ao Luek- Laem Sak Route for 2 Kilometers and take a right turn at Bor Tor Pier. The Tham Pee Hua Toe is...


Huai Nam Dang National Park

Mae Hong Son

Huai Nam Dang National Park is a large park which is part of four districts over an area of approximately 1,300 square kilometers. The park is situated on top of a ridge of hills and highest peaks source streams that feed the Pai, Ping, and Taeng Rivers. The park offers excellent views of the mist and fog common to the area in the early morning,...


Mae Surin Waterfall

Mae Hong Son

Mae Surin Waterfall (Nam Tok Mae Surin) is the focal point of Mae Surin National Park, a park covering an area of around 400 square kilometers which houses Thanon Tongchai - a range with peaks ranging up to 1,700 meters above sea level. The streams provided by these peaks feed into the Pai River which runs directly through the park. The Pai feeds...


Tham Pla Phaseau National Park

Mae Hong Son

Located in Mae Pai Forest Reserve in Mae Hong Son province, Tham Pla Phaseau (Tham Pla Pha Sua) is a 488 square-kilometre National Park featuring forests, caves, waterfalls and streams. The park borders with Myanmar’s Shan state and its peaks (Doi Lan is the highest at 1918 meters) are the source of numerous streams that flow around Mae Hong...


Ton Chong Fah Waterfall


Located in Lumru National Park, Ton Chong Fah Waterfall is a five-tier waterfall situated 5 kilometres north of the National Park office and set in thick forest. The source of Ton Chong Fah is Bang Nian canal and the waterfall is not dependent on seasonal rains. As a result they can be visited all year round. A quiet, leafy and out of the way...


Kaeng Krachan National Park


At 2,915 square kilometres, Kaeng Krachan National Park covers a number of districts and is the largest National Park in Thailand. Thick evergreen forests set against a backdrop of granite and limestone mountains (the highest summit - Pa Nearn Tung Mountain – is over 1,200 meters above sea level) dominate the park. Kaeng Krachan is of...


Kaeng Krachan Reservoir


Kaeng Krachan Reservoir is a central feature of Kaeng Krachan National Park – Thailand’s largest National Park. The park’s numerous streams and outlets were redirected and dam built to block the Phetchaburi River and flood an area of 45 square kilometres with the purpose of supplying farmers in lowland areas with a constant water...


Ramkhamhaeng National Park


Ramkhamhaeng National Park in Sukhothai province is around 3345 square-kilometers of peaceful countryside, mountains (the Khao Luang mountains - the highest peak is 1,200 meters above sea level), rivers, waterfalls (including Sai Rung waterfall - 100 meters high), forests (mainly deciduous trees), caves (Taam Pra Mae Ya cave) and wildlife including...


Tai Rom Yen National Park

Surat Thani

Tai Rom Yen National Park is an area of around 425 square kilometers covering two districts. Such is the density of its forest that the area around Khao Chong Chang Mountain once provided a base for elusive Thailand Communist Party of Thailand at the peak of their activity. The park offers a huge range of plants and wildlife and two major...


Sopha Botanical Gardens


Sopha Botanical Gardens is understood to have the widest range of plants and trees in Thailand. The gardens feature three traditional Thai houses dating around 100 years old. They are furnished in a traditional Thai manner and a number of antique utensils and other antique objects are on display alongside exhibits of antique porcelains.  How...


Khao Chamao-Khao Wong National Park


Khao Chamao-Khao Wong National Park is shared by two provinces (Chantaburi and Rayong) and named after mountains in each province. This is one of Thailand’s smaller parks but boasts extensive forests ranging from sea-level to around 1,000 metres high. The park houses a range of wildlife including elephants, bears, wild pigs, deer, monkeys and...


Tham Luang Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park

Chiang Rai

’Tham Luang Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park’ (Tham Luang Khun Nam Nang Non) is located near Pong Pha village close to the border town of Mae Sai in Chiang Rai - Thailand’s northernmost province. As with other parts of the region, the park is blessed with natural beauty and features waterfalls, forests and caves. Despite its numerous...


Namtok Phrai Sawan


Another great waterfall in Trang is Namtok Phrai Sawan. Despite its impressive sounding 17 sub-levels and three major cascades, this is only a medium-sized waterfall, but none the less impressive for that. An ideal location for a picnic, a swim, and a bit of relaxation, the site is well organized and offers rubber boats that take visitors 5...

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