Enjoy a half-day experience enjoying the sites of Sam Roi Yod national marine park. With its name meaning “three hundred peaks”, you’ll admire the many eponymous sheer limestone cliff faces that draw visitors to the park south of Hua Hin.
The local, knowledgeable guide picks guests up at 8:30, and the journey begins to the national park. On the way, we’ll stop by a pineapple plantation to learn all about the cultivation of this tropical fruit.
As you continue to journey through the idyllic southern Thai countryside, the next stop will be at Bang-Pu fishing village. We’ll stop here on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand to observe the local fishermen preparing the day’s catch. Along this coastline, there are many thriving fishing communities, and our expert guide will share details of the industry’s importance to the local community.
At, Bang-Pu, we hop on a boat for a short 20-minute ride to Phayanakorn Beach. We’ll stop at a wonderfully secluded strip of soft white sand – the base for the rest of the afternoon.
From here, we’ll take a walk to explore the nearby Pra-Ya-Na-Korn Cave with its iconic royal pavilion and vast domed chamber to explore. We recommend bringing some comfortable shoes to navigate the cave walk.
After exploring the natural wonders of the cave network, it’s back to the beach to soak up the sun and take a dip in the cool sea waters. Relax, unwind, and enjoy the scenery. Take a stroll along the beach a little further to get an appreciation of the beauty of the marine national park.
Khao Sam Roi Yod is home to a great diversity of bird species, so birdwatchers can enjoy trying to catch a glimpse of the local inhabitants through the trees while dolphins are often spotted off the coast.