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My husband and I love going for hikes around the Krabi area and we thought this would be perfect. We hiked to the waterfall which was beautiful then told by a park ranger we couldn’t keep going up the trail to the top of the...More
My daughter-in-law made arrangements for our family to visit this park. We were picked up at our hotel and driven in the back of a covered pickup truck (See photo) to the location. It was an oasis away from the hussel and bussel of things...More
Went for 40 min elephant trekking with my family and I feel I have wasted money. Riding elephant was good but there is nothing to see when you trek. Simply sitting on elephant for 40 min is no fun.
Mahout were not engaging at all...More
We started the day heading to the hot springs in Krabi and ended up getting lost and ending up here. JUST WOW!!!! what a result this was, even thought it took ages from Ao Nang through storms and rough road on a pedda. This was...More
I wished we did a bit more research when we booked the half-day tour to the Tiger Cave Temple which came with the “Elephant Trekking” activity.
It was the saddest experience ever. We were brought to the Khao Panombenja Jungle where many elephants were made...More
Today we went on what was supposed to be an elephant trekking, bathing and feeding trip. We thought we would get to see elephants in a natural habitat. What we got was the biggest disappointment during our trip in Thailad. When we arrived, we couldn't...More
We drove from Krabi town. It is an easy drive on a good road and hard to get lost. The entrance fee (farrang, adult) was a modest 100 Baht. We walked up to Huai To Waterfall. That is a quite easy walk to the base...More
I strongly recommend going to this location, because of the rich nature and awesome hike there. The water is clean and chilly, which is very comfy is the moist and warm jungle. Be aware, that u need good footware, waterclimbing shoes is best, because it...More