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Lod Cave

Ban Tham Village | P, Soppong 58150, Thailand
+66 82 759 9705
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“the river” (15 reviews)
“tham lod” (15 reviews)
Ban Tham Village | P, Soppong 58150, Thailand
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Located at the north of Pai, approximately 50km away with 1 hour drive to here and you are very close to the border of Myanmar. We paid 450 baht for a tour guide (is a must) and a bamboo raft for 3 adults, plus a...More

Thank Cstar88
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

2hrs drive from PAI town, guided tour 150baht pay at entrance. Cave is filled with many forms of shapes of stalagmites, not forgetting bats. The stream is filled with many huge hungry fishes (remember to buy fish food at entrance, 1 pack 10baht). ** Kindly...More

Thank Eastwind1864
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

On our road trip from Mae Hong Son to Pai, we visited Tham Lod Cave. After turning off the main road (1095) at Pang Mapha area, it’s an approximately 8.5km journey on small roads to reach this attraction. At the entrance gate, there are a...More

Thank BernardLiow
Reviewed 1 week ago

We like this cave especially it was very natural without many decoration or over crowded selling station. Simple setup, going through the cave with bamboo boat is the first experience! The kids love to feed the fishes, there are really pretty. Just make sure there...More

Thank Dxc100
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I am usually not a big fan on caves and waterfalls, because it s always pretty much the same at some point. However, I enjoyed visiting lod cave, because it s huge, many different places / rooms, not too cold inside and I would definitely...More

Thank bertramemilie
Reviewed November 4, 2017 via mobile

Unfortunately two of the caves were closed but we were discounted and had a lovely tour of the column cave.

Thank Yassin I
Reviewed October 27, 2017

We drove from Mae Hong Son, it took just under 2 hours to get here including a brief stop at a view point. We were a group of 8 so we were able to get a good discount and it cost 86 baht per person...More

Thank AlannaJC
Reviewed October 7, 2017

I've seen dozens of caves all over the world already. Lod cave certainly belongs to the better ones. Absolutely worth a visit.

1  Thank Volker-Meier
Reviewed September 12, 2017

They are promoting a new community-based tourism here. Instead of doing the raft to explore the cave, the village also offers trekking to different site and a chance to practice local wisdom like bamboo basket weaving, cooking Shan style food and snack, helping villagers making...More

Thank Aree B
Reviewed August 24, 2017

Nature never hurries. That is why all the positive vibes are there. When i walked in the woods i enjoyed so much. I'm really recommended this place.

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Lisa H
October 2, 2017|
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Response from Aree B | Reviewed this property |
Hi Lisa, I found the village page from one of my friends. Search on FB with keyword "thamlodvillage". You'll see the black and white cave logo. It's the page created by villagers under government fund.
Merse M
July 31, 2016|
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Response from Stevil74 | Reviewed this property |
If you have your own transport then you can easily drive there and hire a guide for 150 Baht for up to 3 people (not per person). Depending on exactly how old your child is you may need 2 guides or they may allow just one... More