The rush of nature with Huahin SUP TripFebruary 16, 2016
Huahin is busy bee friendly, those who only have free time on the weekend because it’s not far from Bangkok and great for leisure with fresh seafood for you to knock yourself out. Plus, the beaches that suitable for water sports. For those who love nature, Huahin has just the place where you can kayaking around and admire the beauty of mother nature at Klong Khao Dang, Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park.
Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park have a steep limestone mountain landscape near sea shore mix with mangrove seashore and shoal sea, including limestone islands surrounded the coast. This is the harbor of birds in different species, especially in November till February. The attractions of the national park are
Khao Dang view point
Khao Dang view point where you can marvel the sun rise during 5.30 am till 7 am. You can admire it all whether the Khao Sam Roi Yot scenic or Khao Sam Roi Yot beach etc.
Klong Khao Dang
Klong Khao Dang is for kayaking or cruising through the mangrove atmosphere where you can see various wild animals and greenish area. Sailing along the zigzag river about 2 -3 kilometers to Khao Dang fishermen’s village. The one hundred years old village where you will surely feel the exotic of the excited place.
Tum Sai (Sai Cave)
Tum Sai located in Kuntanod village district at the entering area of the cave, gave it the name as a banyan tree rooted there. Deeper in the cave has stunning stalactite in different spots. The beautiful marks are lotus swamp, Stalactite room, Rainbow curtain room, a dry waterfall, Ta Eab monument (he was the one who discover the cave), Noina swamp and Dome rock. It’s quite dark inside the cave, travelers can rent storm lantern or flashlight from the villager at the Kuntanod Village.
Sam Roi Yot field (lotus swamp)
Sam Roi Yot field is at the Wast side of the National Park is a freshwater swamp covered with reed and osier, it a shelter for various migrant birds such as egret, purple heron etc. Travelers can rent a boat for bird watching, taking pictures or doing research, especially during November to December when birds and lotus are fruitful. The atmosphere will be most astonished.
Phraya Nakhon Cave
The ceiling of the huge cave is wide open which allow the sun to shine through and lighten up the cave. The main attraction here is Phra Tee Nung Kru Ha Sa Thain, the pavilion was built in King Rama 5 period. It was so elegantly beautiful, once it was touched by the golden ray of the sun. Phraya Nakhon Cave was 17 kilometers away from Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, you can visit the cave by boat which will dock at Bang Pu village. It will take you approximately half an hour to the destination.