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Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park

Moo 2, Ban Khao Daeng | Khao Daeng, Kui Buri 77150, Thailand
+66 32 821 568
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4 days ago
“Awesome! Dont miss the boardwalk”
2 weeks ago
“A Beautiful Park South of Hua Hin”
Moo 2, Ban Khao Daeng | Khao Daeng, Kui Buri 77150, Thailand
+66 32 821 568
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Reviewed 4 days ago

My family with two boys (5 and 3) visited the national park and it was an amazing experience. The phraya nakhon cave was a challenge, but something that im sure everyone can try. (At their own pace) The climb up and down was a great...More

Thank drpsojpr
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park is a Thai gem located about 40 kms south of Hua Hin in Prachuap Kiri Khan Province. The park is spread out over many square kilometers, all located adjacent to the Bay of Thailand. Most of the park consists...More

Thank Rick B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

About an hour's drive south of Hua Hin, this park is not that well known but has some very dramatic landscapes. Jagged fantastical limestone hills rise along the coastline. The highlight of this park is the Phraya Nakorn cave, a beautiful sinkhole cave accessible only...More

Thank Kris A
Reviewed 8 May 2017

This tour will not be one for everyone, it suits the traveller looking to get away from the busy towns and cities, the traveller who enjoys nature and all it has to offer in its natural beauty and able to make there own way without...More

Thank martinbull301
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

Long journey trip to walk and it was not easy. We were sweaty and so tired during the way to the cave. We didnt plan to have this kind of walk. I thought that the boat will take up to the cave... 😱😱😱

Thank Boom V
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

The obvious highlight of the national park is the Than Phraya Nakhon in the Phraya Nakhon cave, but the rest although is pretty is quite standard. You would have to get to this national park by car or motorbike to explore it on your own....More

Thank Samuel L
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

once againfound amazing how everything is organized; arrived at the park, as it us a national park you have to pay an entrance fee, but so strange they make it at 200 thb for foreigner while local pays 40 thb. You have options by ferry...More

Thank les_ona
Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

I am so proud of the fact that I could do a trek. Honestly, I am not really a fit person. But, trust me, finishing the trek gave a different high altogether. There is another way to reach the beach from where the caves were...More

2  Thank Aishwarya M
Reviewed 23 February 2017

Unfortunately, the boardwalk over the marsh was closed when I visited. That was disappointing as I've heard it is one of the best views of the mountains as well as good for birdwatching and other wildlife viewing. However, I was so impressed with the hike...More

1  Thank Birdie3
Reviewed 19 February 2017

You do not need to visit the Park Headquarters to get permits as a day permit for the all the locations can be purchased at any of the locations. The park is based around the 300 peak mountain (Sam Roi Yot), and offers beaches, mangrove,...More

1  Thank Dave S
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Hi does anyone have an English local guide to recommend for the national park? We are staying at pranburi, and hope to find a local guide. Will not be visiting the famous cave as i have 2 young kids, but keen to head to other parts of the national park. Thank you.
17 June 2017|
Response from Rick B | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately I found no English speaking guides. In fact, the person that collects the money at the park HQs doesn't speak English either. They will give you a map that shows where the various attractions are located... More
going to khao sam roi yot form hua hin i heard it is accessible by van, train, and bus? is this true? can someone confirm this? if there is, where I can hop in to this transports?
20 December 2016|
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Response from megaworldasia360 | Reviewed this property |
In my opinion the best way of seeing the sites at Sam Roi Yot is by renting a motorbike in Hua Hin and driving there yourself. The daily hire rate for motorbikes is approx 250 - 300 THB (less than USD 10). By using a... More
chi Mai N
May i ask i plan to visit the Khao Sam Roi from 8am to 2pm back to Huahin, will it be enough for Phraya Nakhon Cave, Khao Daeng Viewpoint and Khao Daeng Viewpoint ?
11 December 2016|
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Response from Journey747 | Reviewed this property |
It will take you a hour going from Hua Hin to the caves and a hour back. Make sure you count that in. There are also a couple of sights on the way there. Once you arrive you can take the boat and skip the first hike, which... More