Get close to nature at the Khao Sok National Park – one of the oldest evergreen rainforests in the world. Conveniently situated on the mainland between Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak and Koh Samui, a stop at this nature reserve can easily be combined with a trip to one of Thailand’s amazing beaches. Visitors will find rare flora & fauna, huge limestone mountains, deep valleys, breathtaking lakes, exciting caves and wild animals.
Hua Hin, situated only some 180 km from the bustling metropolis of Bangkok, is a delightful mix of city and sea with long beaches, colourful markets and a great infrastructure. If you are looking for a palm-fringed hideaway, Hua Hin is probably not the place for you. But, this friendly beach town is a great spot if you are looking for some fun beach days and you don’t have the time (and money) to go all the way down South to the islands. If you like it quiet, Pranburi, a further 45 minutes drive down south, might be the right beach place for you. The sleepy town with its beautiful sandy white beach is great if you want to relax. It also is Thailand’s best spot for kitesurfing.
Khanom is one of Thailand’s last pristine tourist locations. A paradise where swaying coconut palms, lush green landscape, limestone mountains and virtually untouched beaches still remain in their natural beauty. The beaches have soft, golden, sand and the sea is tranquil and warm. The mountains, rainforests, and rivers provide ample opportunities to see different types of wildlife, plants, trees, and flowers via walking, trekking, and kayaking.