Khao-Lak is a spectacular kite area, consisting of beaches that stretch for about 20 km and are surrounded by jungles and the most
Ancient rainforests, spectacular waterfalls, lakes, trees and wildlife are just a few of the things you can see in the Khao Lak Nature Reserve.
A trip to the reserve can be taken as part of a daily trip, overnight trips and even extended to two nights – of your choice.
In the reserve you will find about 48 different species of mammals – elephants, monkeys, gibbons, turtles, wild cats and hundreds of bird species.
In addition, you can enjoy a safari visit, a visit to an orchid farm, swimming in the river water, kayaking, trekking, camping in the wild and more.
In 2004, he visited the shores of Kao Lak and the tsunami wave nature reserve. Since then, the area has been restored and renovated as new and the remnants of the devastation left behind by the tsunami cannot be seen. A museum in memory of the victims and victims of the tsunami has been established there, which you can visit.
The nature reserve offers a variety of attractions for adrenaline enthusiasts – rafting in rushing water, omega surfing, ATV rides and more. You can have lunch at the local restaurant, which is also located in the reserve.
We recommend that you bring sun protection equipment, mosquito repellents and towels.
The trip is highly recommended for families, young couples and anyone looking for an authentic, wild and special trip, away from the hustle and bustle of Phuket Center.
The Thailand Traveler Center offers you to book tickets for a trip to the Kao-Lak Nature Reserve at a cheaper price than booking independently.
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