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All reviews phraya nakhon cave sam roi yot laem sala boat ride hua hin national park flip flops day trip fishing village worth the climb limestone peaks worth the effort half way amazing cave wooden walkway nice beach mosquito repellent
The walk to the cave is daunting. Pretty basic walkway with rocks. Almost on my hands and legs at certain parts of the journey.
Suggest to bring along walking sticks as support (railings) is not available most of the path.
If there's one itinerary worth spending in Hua hin, then, this would be it.
The shrine within the cave is a wonder. Though the hike can be devastating; but it's worth the reward.
We weren't lucky to get the boat as the waves were strong...More
Less than 45 mins from Hua hin city center.
Often left off itineraries due to a lack of good travel information from the national park, the freshwater wetlands known as Thung Sam Roi Yot.
Framed by a vast expanse of limestone peaks, a long wooden...More
Excellent day out
Had a day tour 9am-4 pm
About 40 minute drive from hau hin
Van pick up from multiple hotels first
approx 1800 baht with transportation
Lunch / park entry /10 minute boat ride
From one beach around to another where
It's one of my highlight of visiting the national park. I took a scooter from my accommodation to Khao Daeng View Point. Hiked a little bit and found a stunning view from the top. I wore flip-flop, yes, but you better wear proper shoes and...More
The park has some really nice and impressive caves, especially the ones where not everybody goes. The forests and the limestone hills are beautiful dry but seemed to be evergreen.
The mangroves are almost completely destroyed by the shrimp industry! There are only very few...More
Intially I booked a tour but it was cancelled due to the low season. Then I was lucky enough to get a taxi 1300 Baht, and the young lady taxi driver name Oil climbed with me to the cave. It is written 430 m distance...More
best place on earth. rented a car and a driver. quite long drive about a hour or so from hua hin capital. one bad thing is need to pay to do everything in hua hin! about 200 baht or so, we climb the steep slope....More
We rent a car and drove to National Park. The sign board is easy recognized and the road is decent and easy. Please note the national park close at around 3pm or 4pm if you wish to visit a lookout point. The Nakhon Cave is...More
Response from shazbatzannie | Reviewed this property |
It took us about 45 mins with children & lots of stops to take photos.
It’s steep up but the children aged 9 & 11 were fine & we saw younger children plus elderly. You can take it steady & places to rest.
It’s worth it.