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Sam Roi Yod National Park

One of the many National Parks of Thailand, Sam Roi Yod is always a popular place to visit. The drive takes less than an hour to Pranburi and we make a few stops to investigate the local agriculture of the region. This area has many pineapple plantations and coconut farms where we see trained working monkeys collecting the ripe crop!

If the sea state is fair, we will take a boat from the small fishing village and head for the open sea. We dock at a white sand beach where we follow a climbing path up through the jungle to Phraya Nakhon Cave. The 450m hike is well rewarded by the sight of the glorious meditation pavillion built by King Rama V.

The trek downhill is less arduous and often bird and wildlife are spotted or heard in the surrounding foliage. After lunch there�s free time to relax and swim in the warm blue water before heading back to the hotel.

Comfortable shoes, sunscreen, hats and bathing clothes are recommended.




Elephant Riding

Spend some quality time with these gentle Asian giants. Our Elephant riding tour offers two choices: 1 hour trek or half hour trek around the countryside of the �Elephant Village�. A gentle amble around the camp will show you a little bit of the special relationship between elephant and man. Watch the elephants take a cooling bathe in the lake and see how graceful they are in the water.

Fresh fruit is served on arrival back at camp base where you are sure to be entertained by the latest addition to the elephant herd.

Before returning to the hotel we take a brief de-tour to visit Wat Bor Fai to feed the giant sacred catfish and turtles in their lilly ponds.

Don�t forget your camera, sunscreen and hat!



Snorkeling tour


The best snorkelling and diving to be found in this area is at Chumphon. Although a three hour drive, the clear blue waters and exotic marine life make up for the long journey. The boat is comfortable and shaded and has full amenities for those with PADI licence who wish to scuba dive with the experienced dive master.

Usually, two dive sites are visited, the most fascinating being the island inhabited by the men who guard the caves where swallows build their nests and are highly valued as the main ingredient of Bird Nest Soup. The snorkelling is amazing with many varieties of fish and corals to be seen. Swimmers are well supervised by the crew at all times and even the inexperienced snorkeler will be hooked by the end of the day!

Please enquire should you wish to stay overnight at Chumphon Cabana.



Sam Roi Yod with Kayaking

This excursion is for the more adventurous, as with the Sam Roi Yod tour we head South the the beautiful National Park and the visit the seaside Village "Khung Tanot" and Take about 25 min. to Climb to "Sai Cave" The Climb to the cave is quite rigorous.Then visit a national park Headquarter & continue to Horizon Adventure camp for a picnic lunch before Kayaking.



Thai Cooking Class

Arrive at Baan Khrai Wang Cooking school, where each student will receive the recipes of the day. There will be 4 dishes to prepare, and you will enjoy the fun of the preparation with the head chef in the kitchen, First the instructor will demonstrate how to cook each dish while you look on, and then each of you will have your own space and stove to prepare your own cooking. Then enjoy ( or not!) your own cooking with some other famous Thai dishes from the school with the lovely Beach front setting.



Discover Hua Hin Cha-Am

This half day tour gives first time visitors to the area a great insight to local history as well as the orientation of Hua Hin and Cha Am.

We take a short drive west towards the mountains to visit The Queens Project Animal Sanctuary where many rescued animals are being rehabilitated for life back in the wild.

We then go towards Cha Am to see the beautiful Maruekhatayawan Palace, the amazing Teakwood Palace that was built by King Rama VI and completed in 1924. Situated on the beach at Cha Am it has recently been renovated back to its former glory of a bygone era.

We then travel south through town to a landmark which has been given the nick name of �Monkey Mountain� because of all of the wild monkeys that live amongst the temples and monastery. Its true name is Khao Takiab - or �Chopstick Mountain� and can be seen from the beach in Hua Hin.



Hua Hin By Night

It is recommended for first time visitors to Hua Hin to take this evening city tour soon after arrival, as it gives great bearing to local points of interest, amenities, restaurants and night life.

We travel traditional style by samlor to see the famous Railway Hotel - now called Sofitel Hotel which was built at the same time as the Railway Station, which is our next port of call.

On by pedal power through the town to the fishing pier to see the day�s catch being hauled in from the multi coloured boats.

A short distance from the pier we dine overlooking the sea. Before returning to the hotel, no evening tour would be complete without a visit to the bustling Night Market to find out where to buy the best local delicacies and souvenirs.




Petchaburi Summer Palace

Petchaburi is one of the oldest provinces in Thailand, and one of great historical interest. Our tour of the town first takes us to see the preserved stone buildings of Wat Kamphaeng a temple built over 1000 years ago.

The beautiful Summer Palace at Phr Nakhon Khiri is built atop a mountain. Accessible by cable car, the views over the countryside are spectacular. We visit the palace buildings which include the museum and Observatory.

We take time for lunch before we continue our excursion to Khao Luang Cave, which houses no less than 170 Buddha images, including a peaceful golden reclining Buddha. We take some time to explore the old town centre before returning to Hua Hin.



Pa La U Waterfalls

One of Hua Hin�s many beauty spots, Pa La U Waterfalls is situated some 85 kms west of the town, towards the mountain range bordering Burma.

Enjoy the peaceful jungle surroundings while trekking up to the third level of the waterfall. Tropical birds and widlife are often spotted in their natural environment.

We take a break for a picnic lunch and a well deserved cooling dip in the clear water lagoon. Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and bathing clothes. Mosquito repellant is also recommended.



Floating Market & Rose Garden

This cultural full day tour starts with the floating market at Damneon Saduak, west of Bangkok. We travel by boat through the small canals to glimpse the everyday life of the local riverside families going about their daily chores. The lively market is bustling and colourful with �shopkeepers� selling everything from noodle soup to tropical fruits and clothing from their traditional sampan boats.

Our next port of call is to Nakhom Prathom, where we visit the tall Buddha image at Phra Prathom Chedi.

Lunch is taken at the Rose Garden and in the afternoon we enjoy a Thai Cultural Show which includes Thai dance, boxing and an elephant display.

Optional elephant riding is also available here.



River Kwai 1 day

A trip to Thailand for many people would not be complete without a visit to the River Kwai and the memories it holds.

An early start is needed for the drive north-west to the province of Kanchanaburi. We first visit a War Cemetary of allied POW soldiers who died during the construction of the infamous railway.

We take a train journey along the Death Railway over the River Kwai Bridge and through the scenic surrounding countryside. We depart from the train close to the Burmese border and break for lunch. We return by minibus to the Bridge where we have time to stroll and take photographs.

A short boat trip takes us to view the �JEATH� War Museum, a fascinating collection of memorabilia and replicas of the huts the captive POWs would have been held in during the second world war.




Grand Palace Bangkok 1 day

Bangkok must be one of the most fascinating cities of the world and should be experienced if you are a first time visitor to the Kingdom. Our one day cultural tour gives you a great taste of the capital.

An early morning start gets us to the city in good time to see the beautiiful Grand Palace and Wat Phra Khaeo, home of the Emerald Buddha. Please note that a dress code is enforced for entry to the Palace grounds and long trousers or calf length skirts, long sleeved tops and closed-in shoes should be worn. Our guide will enhance you with details of the Thai history and culture associated with this amazing site.

Next on to Wat Po to see the reclining Buddha and Wat Trimit, where we view the stunning Golden Buddha.

A well deserved from sightseeing as we enjoy a Thai lunch at a popular restaurant, and then some free time for shopping at one of Bangkok�s top department stores before returning to Hua Hin.

Please enquire if you would like to extend your tour to an overnight stay at one of the centrally located hotels to also experience the delights of Bangkok at night.




Golf combined with culture and adventure.  Golf in Thailand is Golf of Siam!!

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