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Most of the true tropical evergreen forest occurs on the forested hills closer to Khao Lak. Here there is effectively a three level canopy overlooked by a few emergent forest giants. The forest has many climbers including Rattans, and is also rich in epiphytes such...More
We had a great morning here. We started at the main entrance closest to Khao Lak. A brief stop a the first beach and at the restaurant. Beach nice restaurant not too good. Then a good trek to the small sandy beach. This took us...More
On our way back to Phuket we stop by at this national park to check out the nature and to find the small sandy beach but we didn’t worn proper shoes so trekking in jungle trail wasn’t suitable for us as my youngest is 5...More
This park on highway 4 opposite the temple with the cocks is worth a visit.
There is a round trip walk taking in the huge teak trees, the "footprints" of prehistoric man ( after a scramble on the rocks aided by a rope) a restaurant...More
Easy to take a taxi here and enter the national park.
It’s about a 30 min walk through the trails to a hidden sandy beach. We saw lizards on the way. Lots to clamber over.
Sandy beach was also lovely for a swim / swing...More
We went for a walk in the lam ru national park just outside khao lak.
The path leads along the coast with nice views. It takes about 1,5 hours. The walk is not suitable for young children.
At the end you will reach a very...More
The nature trail isn't for the faint-hearted, you will need to be fit to walk it as there is a lot of climbing and descending sharp drops but it's well worth a trek through a rainforest. The 'Small Sandy Beach' at the end is a...More
We went here to do the nature trail and was hoping to do beach at the end. We spent 45 minutes walking on the trail and didn't get to the beach. We got to a beach which was very rocky and not suitable to sit...More
We arrived at the northern, main entrance so we could have the long coastal walk to the little beach. Arrive early to see the most wildlife. We saw a monitor, squirrel, lizards, various bugs and birds etc. The walk is listed as easy but in...More
We came after reading several reviews online and glad we did. This ~2 hour hike in the forest brings wonderful views, many animals and a practically private beach at the end.
As opposed to previous reviews, I would note that coming with a stroller is...More