Jungle survival courses and kiking adventure tours in Khao Sok National Park and Phang Nga Province are our specialties.Check out our rave reviews on Trip Advisor.
Khao Sok National Park is one of the absolute best jungle hiking destination in southern Thailand. Khao Sok is part of a largest area of old grown protected area of mountains and jungle, with a 165 square kilometer reservoir.
You can participate in a Jungle Survival Course in Khao Sok or you can add some survival skills training to your hiking tour.
We only offer small group tours. Most of our trips are two to four guests. Our maximum is eight unless you come as a group of friends or students.
Note: Going to Khao Sok is not cheap due to logistics and the price of accommodations.
We are based in Phuket. Khao Sok National Park is 3 hours north of Phuket, so we don't offer a day trip.
If you're interested in verdant old-growth jungle and waterfalls, Phang Nga Province is a better option.
Just one hour north of Phuket, Phang Nga Province offer the same quality of jungle without the crowds that often visit Khao Sok and Phang Nga Town is a truly authentic small Thai town.
If you want to experience the jungle of southern Thailand, Phang Nga Province costs less to visit, offers camping (it's illegal to camp in Khao Sok), is much closer to Phuket, and the jungle is just as impressive as the jungle in Khao Sok National Park. There are also many stunning creeks and waterfalls in Phang Nga Province.
Staying in remote floating bungalows in Khao Sok National park. The floating bungalows are owned and operated by the national park system. They can get rather noisy.
Our daily activities are far away from the bungalows and other visitors.
Contrary to popular belief, Khao Sok is not a true rainforest, but a tropical evergreen forest or tropical monsoonal forest.
If you are into wildlife or scenery photography, Khao Sok is going to make you very happy.
There is plenty of wildlife. and our knowledge of the wildlife in this jungle is unmatched.wildlife images on our Paddle Asia Pinterest site.
We see wild elephants on many of our trips. Here is a photo of two elephants, an adult and a youngster playing in the water. They didn't seem to mind that we were watching them. We kept our distance, because we didn't want to disturb their playtime. It was a show that we will never forget.
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