Discover the world-renowned Khao Sok National Park on an off-the-beaten track adventure, on foot and in canoes (or bamboo rafts) with our expert jungle guides. We have a range of trekking routes available, and can cater to any age and fitness level. We also keep our group size very small (max 8 people) to maximize our chances of spotting wildlife, especially those species sensitive to noise and other forms of human disturbance.
For more serious wildlife enthusiasts with reasonable levels of fitness, we can use hidden trails and jungle tracks well away from the busy main walking trails used by the vast majority of tourists and tour companies.
Although it’s impossible to guarantee wildlife sightings, the park and nearby wildlife sanctuaries are home to illusive clouded leopards, white-handed gibbons, dusky langurs, various species of hornbills and wild elephants among others.
An adventurous tour through the jungle of one of the most beautiful national parks in southern Thailand: Khao Sok. You sleep in a unique location, your own tree house! In the morning you are awakened by the twittering of birds and you hear a screaming monkey here and there.
You can enjoy the beautiful surroundings while tubing on the river. You also make a boat trip on the picturesque Raja Prabha lake. This lake is characterized by its steeply rising rock formations. It is therefore also called the Halong Bay of Thailand. Take a refreshing dip in the clear water and feel at one with nature!
Rajjaprabha Dam (RTGS: Ratchaprapha) or Cheow Lan Dam is a multi-purpose dam in Ban Cheow Lan, Tambon Khao Phang, Ban Ta Khun District, Surat Thani Province. The dam purpose is to generate electricity, irrigation, flood control, and fishing. Construction started on 9 February 1982. It was inaugurated on 30 September 1987.
King Bhumibol Adulyadej gave the dam the name “Rajjaprabha”, meaning ‘light of the kingdom’ The surrounding scenery of the dam and reservoir are beautiful and peaceful. Suitable for vacationing. Ratchaprapa Dam attracts over 70,000 tourists a year.
The reservoir area has beautiful views. It comprises many limestone peaks that emerge from the water. Ratchaprapa Dam received the nickname “Guilin of Thailand” where almost all water areas In charge of Khao Sok National Park.
The pink dolphin tour that leaves from Koh Samui offers the best possibility to spot dolphins in their natural surroundings. You have the chance to see the extremely rare and extremely fascinating pink dolphins native only to the waters of Koh Samui and the small islands that surround Koh Samui. They stay close to the coast of the Thai mainland. Your kids will love it! Bring a camera and capture those moments when you see the rare pink dolphin. Enjoy snorkeling with an abundance of marine life in the coral reef at Tan Island. Enjoy the spectacular scenery of the island and admire the beautiful scenery of Pig Island on the horizon while the wild boar runs freely. Experience Koh Samui with the help of a seasoned English-speaking guide. Enjoy the convenience of complimentary hotel transportation and a buffet lunch.
From how to find Fresh water, dehusking and cracking open coconuts to how to
Make a fire and catch fish.
Our experts will teach you everything you need to know about surviving the
elements and being rescued!
Learn the 7 Steps you need to take so you can survive on a desert Island!
Come and join us on our breathtaking island for an amazing experience you and your family will never forget.
Expeditions are going every day, almost in any weather and in small groups (no more than 10 people).
Private survival days are also available. Please contact us for details.
-Transportation from and to your hotel
-boat to and from the island
-Experienced and professional guide
What to Bring?
- Sun screen
- Full sense of adventure
Search experiences that may have limited interaction with crowds.
Search experiences with increased health and safety practices.