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Khao Lak Safari

Enjoy Khao Lak’s diversity. A mix of adventure and relaxation. Nature and animals. elephant bathing (no riding), rafting and much more. Are you ready?

You want to find out what Khao Lak and its surroundings have to offer, but on the same hand have some time to simply relax? In that case, our Nature Safari is exactly what you are searching for. Here you have everything included. We will take you to a waterfall, temple, turtle conservation center, Tsunami Memorial Police Boat 813 and lots of fun on the water and wild as well as protected animals await you.

Visit the Tsunami Memorial boat 813, a thai military boat that was brought by the wave into the main land. Learn about the catastrophe that happened in 2004.

Refresh yourself with a ride on the most ancient thai transportation on the river, bamboo rafts. Be attentive to your paddler boy, he might show you wild animals that sleep along the river above you on the tree branches as snakes, monkeys, spiders, monitor lizards etc.

Following, you might be curious about the Queen Turtle conservation center project. We then bring you to the military area, where the turtles are protected and taking care of before being released into the wild.

Use your time to relax close to a refreshing waterfall and have delicious Thai lunch to recover your energies.

After lunch, we will bring you to a traditional temple for a small introduction about Buddhism and you might want to try the Chinese prophecy and few other rituals.

Embedded in a tropical nature you will have the great experience to have a bath with an elephant. This adventurous elephant experience will take about 30 min. Please note we will not ride on elephant.

Young turtles in the Turtle Sanctuary

We designed a colourful program to show you the highlights of Khao Lak. To offer you adventure and relaxation all at once. To make it one of your best days here in southern Thailand.

What Our Guests Say

Included in our tour:

Transfer from and to your hotel, national park fee, lunch, non-alcoholic drinks, elephant ride, bamboo raft guide and professional tour guide.

Please bring:

  • Good mood
  • Sun screen
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Camera (with waterproof case/bag)
  • Comfortable shoes or flip flops
  • Temple approach clothes (knees & shoulders covered)
  • Spending money

Itinerary:

  • Hotel pick-up
  • Temple
  • Bamboo raft ride
  • Turtle Conservation Centre
  • Lunch
  • Elephant bathing (not riding)
  • Police Boat 813
  • Return

Available: daily

Prices:

Adult

฿ 3,000Add to basket

Child*

฿ 2,450Add to basket

* Children 5-12 years. Infants (aged 0-4 years old) always go for free

Please be aware that due to weather conditions and other circumstances there might be changes to our tour program. Sometimes we even need to move the tour to another date and in rare cases to cancel it. Thank you for your understanding, this is purely for your safety.

Terms and Conditions

By submitting your booking you agree to our booking conditions.

Your Tour and transfer booking is payable when booking by PayPal. You may cancel your trip up to 24 hours before tour departure, and the payment process will be reversed. All costs involved through Paypal, your credit card company or any bank charges are your responsibility.
Khao Lak Land Discovery does not charge any processing fees.

If you cancel less than 24 hours before departure, your payment will not be refunded.
We will try to find an alternative date for you, but with no guarantee.

Plants at Khao Lak Lamru National Park

General Info about Lamru National Park

The Lamru National Park belongs to KhaoLak and is bordered in the north by the Chong Fah waterfall, in the south by the Lamruriver. It was established in 1991 and has an area of about 125 sq km. The National Park’s majority is formed by high mountains, rising up to 1077 m above sea level. One of them is Phu Ta Jor located in Kapong district. It has the oldest tin mine and locals like to go there to see the mist at sun rise. Moreover, the national park offers manifold vegetation and a species-rich wildlife, as well as rivers, waterfalls and hidden beaches.

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