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If you think of going, make the extra effort and book a two or more days trips in to the jungle (bungalows and camping trips available). You could get an experience without a night but it is exponentially better to spend some time in the...More
We stayed for two days and one night, on an organized trip which is the only way to stay in the park the scenery is so beautiful, layers of misty mountains as back drop, rain forest in the foreground, all reflected in the still waters...More
Loved this park and the raft houses on the lake! We stayed at Our Jungle House raft houses. Highly recommended. We also visited one of the many waterfalls, hiking this waterfall was one of the highlights of our trip. 👌🏽
Ok, the nature is 5 stars or more, lots of unique things there and listen to the gibbons screaming all mornings is something exciting, but i don’t want to speak about the nature, you should go and enjoy that... is important to know that a...More
We booked this tour through Tree house resort (2500 bath per persons; 11 persons in total).
Generally speaking, it was a very nice experience, because the nature is soooo beautiful there.
- We enjoyed the lake tour
- We enjoyed the jungle trek. The rain...More
We were so worried about leeches and other wild animals. But the trail wee was marked clearly and even wide enough to take our baby stroller about 2.5 km.
Playing in the river close to the park entrance was also a highlight of the day...More
On arrival at our resort KLONG KA RAFTS we discovered the bungalows with toilets dumped the sewage directly into the dam .... obvioudly we did not swim and the smell was disgusting ..... I am amazed the National Park Service allows this ... especislly as...More
Sometimes the photos of these places don't live up to the real thing. Here, it defiantly lived up to my expectations. I had a double bed room with on-suit perched on the side of a cliff overlooking a river and mountain range. Plus, the wild...More
After raving reviews excited to go to khao sok national park. We found ourselves in hell! I can understand why people like it here because the nature is wonderful. Except for tubing, kayaking and boat trip to the lake there is completely nothing surrounding you....More
Response from aventuremoto | Reviewed this property |
hi, welcome to Thailand, Khao Sok is a nice park indeed, scenery is lovely, jungle hikes along the river, good swimming spots. I didn't check the rates for elephant rides, but you can shop around on the net or better still... More
hi, welcome to Thailand, Khao Sok is a nice park indeed, scenery is lovely, jungle hikes along the river, good swimming spots. I didn't check the rates for elephant rides, but you can shop around on the net or better still on the ground. You can find good self-contained bungalows or wood huts, a few hundred yards from the park entrance, negotiable for 3-400 bahts (10€). Best approach is to drop your bags in a friendly café, rent some cycles and scout the area via the many flat tracks, you're bound to find something suitable.
What you save on lodgings you can spend on elephant rides, which you may find tedious after 1-2 hours, more fun to befriend the mahouts and go to the elephant bath, more interaction (for a fee usually, tourism is big here). Thailand has lost many Chinese tourists since the latest shipwreck in Phuket, where 50 Chinese tourists died last month.
Prices are therefore always negotiable, mainly if you don't have your luggage with you.
By the way, pack extra-light, most of your clothes come from here, so you can buy everything for a fraction of what you'd pay at home. everything is available, cheap, and sold in most 7-11 corner shops, open 24/24.
I find the North is quieter, more friendly, with trekking type visitors.