Sam Roi Yod National Park ( HH06 )



Thailand is first coastal national park The Three Hundred Peaks ” is a small but fascinating area of limestone mountain,coves , beaches , island and marshy wetlands , home to a great number of plants and some endangered animals. A wonderful and not too difficult place to explore

The main attractions of the national park are Phraya Nakhon Cave with its iconic royal pavilion and huge chamber. It is easily accessible, only 60 km south from Hua Hin.

The journey starts with a visit to a pineapple plantation field. After continue drive to the park and travel pass  by Bang-Pu fishing village ,thriving fishing industry and preparing for the day catch.Then take a boat from boat station to Phayanakorn Beach [ subject to sea condition ]..

Only 20 minutes boat ride concludes at a beautiful stretch of beach below the Pra-Ya-Na-korn Cave. Good walking shoes are recommended as walking 430 meter up to the cave dome. Once inside we can see the dripping stalagmites around the pavilion built by King Rama V.

After lunch we have time to relax and swim in the warm sea before back to the hotel.

Not operate in 1 June – 31 July

RETURN TIME 14.30 hrs
WEAR Good walking shoes
Minivan Lunch
English Speaking Guide Entrance Fee
3,000 Baht per person minimum 2 pax
2,700 Baht per person minimum 3 pax
2,200 Baht per person minimum 4 pax
2,000 Baht per person join group
Passport copy and Mask required for every traveller