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I went to the 4 hr trekking with feelphuket.com . They had very professional local guide who grew up in the forest. It is a great trip if you are regular hiker and interested walking in dense forest and non-paved paths. The trek is not...More
We entered the park at the main gate - office has no maps or info. The trail from here is 4 km but the bugs attacked me so badly that we had to turn back.
Please take insect spray otherwise you are likely to be...More
Been here last year...distance walk to the waterfall...nothing to fancy to rave about...very slippery conditions...suggest them to have way to enter and another way to exit as at certain points its difficult with crossing paths due to is narrowness, with tourist flow both sides...people stopping/blocking...More
The rainforest is just off the main road, after about ten minutes you arrive at the gate and pay 200 BAHT per person for entry to the national park. We asked the security guard about guided tours but he didn't understand. The office said you...More
Our initial idea was to take the nature trail from Ton Sai Waterfall to Bang Pae Waterfall and back. We read the reviews and downloaded some detailed maps (from OsmAnd) beforehand - highly recommended - to make sure we can find the trail. Despite our...More
It's not easy to refind the path at each place a tree obstruct the path, but you are realy in a tropical forest. Having GPS and an app with the map of the path is mandatory ( Open Street Map ). Next just enjoy nature....More
I came here as part of a tour provided by my hotel. We walked the trail then took a refreshing dip in the waterfall pool. It was very pretty and atmospheric with all the sounds of nature around us but of course it was hot,...More
The park access to Tonsai Waterfall costs 200bhat, which is well worth it. The actual area is so poorly signposted that most tourists go see the waterfall, and have no idea where the nature trail actually is. You have to really look for it. Those...More
Khao Phra Thaeo National Park is Phuket's last remaining virgin rain forest. Within the park are langurs, barking deer, mouse deer, monkeys and gibbons. We were not fortunate enough to see any of these animals, but you can hear them off in the distance. There...More
Pretty location but the walk was very short looks like they have closed the track that goes beyond the waterfall. Cost us 700baht for the taxi there and 200baht each to get into the park so we were a little disappointed the walk was not...More