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  • Policy | khaosokrafthouse

    Terms & Conditions ​​ ​ General Terms & Conditions Advanced deposit payment or full payment will be charged at time of reservation. All reservations must be guaranteed with a valid credit card We reserve the right to cancel or modify reservations where it appears that a guest has engaged in fraudulent, inappropriate activity, orunder other circumstances where it appears that the reservations contain or resulted from a mistake or error. Amendment or Cancellation must be made in written notice to provided email or contact form in the website. Rates are charged in Thai Baht. Therefore, the amount shown on monthly statement in other currencies sent to you by the respective creditcard company might be slightly different from our quoted price due to exchange rate variations. ​ Price according to age ​ Infant rate: Babies (0-4 years) = Free Child rate: Children aged between 4 and 11 years / 50 per cent of the regular price Adult rate: over 11 years -80 years ​ ​Package booking Package booking when payment has been made If canceled 50% will be deducted in case of cancellation. Cancellation 45 days prior to departure, 40% refund Cancellation 30 days before departure: 20% refund Cancellation 15 days before departure, no refund Package booking If you wish to pay a 50% deposit Then pay the rest in cash on the day of arrival. The deposit will not be refunded in any case. ​ Tour booking Cancellation 15 days before departure, full refund Cancellation within 7 days, 50% refund Can cancel within 2 days, no refund ​ ​Itinerary All activities as stated in our itineraries are subject to change in the order they are undertaken, depending on the local conditions on the day. Please note all activities are subject to change due to local circumstances. ​​Traveler insurance All tourists Must send a photo of the first page of the passport that can see the name, address, date of birth to Khao Sok Rafthouse at least 1 day before every trip so that we can insure your travel. according to Thailand's tourist protection law ​ ​ Khao Sok Rafthouse Privacy Policy This Privacy Policy sets out the basis and terms upon which Khao Sok Rafthouse collects, uses, processes and/ or discloses information that is obtained from visitors to the Website and users of its Services. Such information includes personal data relating or linked to a specific individual such as name, residential address, telephone number, and email address(“Personal Data”) By visiting the Website, you are consenting to the collection, use, disclosure and processing of your Personal Data as set out in this Privacy Policy 1. Where is all the data stored? We store data on highly secured servers with international-recognized cloud hosting service providers, and safely guard all data transmissions with Transport Layer Security (TLS) on all network connections. 2. How do we use personal data? Khao Sok Rafthouse uses the data we collect to operate the hotel reservation for you, which includes using data to improve our products and personalize your experiences. We also may use the data to communicate with you, for example, sending your reservation confirmation, informing you about your upcoming trip and promotion updates or asking about the service review after check-out. 3. How do we share Information? We may share and disclose Personal Information to third parties in the following circumstances: To vendors and other third-party service providers who require access to Personal Information to assist in the provision of the Website, products and services, and other business-related functions such as website analytics providers or our third-party advertisement partners. These vendors and third-party service providers are limited to only accessing or using this data to provide services to us and must provide reasonable assurances they will appropriately safeguard the date. https://www.khaosokrafthouse.com 4. How do you to access & control your personal data You can view, edit, delete or ask to forget your personal data online by contacting Khao Sok Rafthouse’s official website thru Khao Sok Rafthouse contact 239 Moo 4, Khao Phang Subdistrict, Ban Ta Khun District, Surat Thani Province 84230 Email: reservation.khaosokrafthouse@gmail.com Phone/WhatsApp: +66 868103413 ( 24/7 travel support)

  • Khao Sok Rafthouse ,Floating Resort ,Floating Bungalow Booking Accomodation Khao Sok Cheowlan Lake | Khao Sok Rafthouse

    ACCOMMODATION KHAO SOK RAFT HOUSE CHEOW LAN LAKE Experience a unique stay at the floating house at Cheow Lan Dam. Immerse yourself in the beautiful nature and tranquility of the surrounding water. The Best Khao Sok Floating Bungalows At Cheow Lan Lake We are Khao Sok Rafthouse! Offering overnight tours on Cheow Lan Lake in Khao Sok National Park, Thailand. we have been the local tour operator in the area. The Khao Sok floating bungalows that make this a once in a lifetime experience! Stay aboard a floating resorts and floathouse Our accommodation offers a variety of options to suit your needs, whether it's a luxurious floating house or a simple floating house. Each accommodation is fully equipped with amenities and boasts stunning views of Cheow Lan Dam. Stay aboard a floating bungalows in 5 options. The bedroom has air conditioning.( ensuite bathroom) ​ Stay on a floating bungalow in 3 options. Fan room ( ensuite bathroom) ​ Managed by Khao Sok National Park. Fan room ( ensuite bathroom and The bathroom is outside.) ​ Honeymoon in Thailand? The Romantic Honeymoon at Cheow Larn Lake is a must! Are you planning to spend your honeymoon in Thailand? You have to make Khao Sok Lake part of the journey! White limestone cliffs, green rain forest flora and blue jungle lake waters make for the ideal background for the cover image of your honeymoon photo album. More Details Special Honeymoon Package 3Days 2 Nights 3 Days 2 Nights Full Board Packages Khao Sok Family Package We recommend our Family Packages, an ancient form of transport in Thailand. The jungle comes alive as the sun sets over Khao Sok, making it perfect for a Night Safari. Our expert guides will lead you on a 2-hour hike through the jungle, introducing you to the amazing animals that call it home. Explore Cheow Lan Lake with our 2-day, 1-night tour. You'll hike to Pakarang Cave, swim, canoe, explore caves, and go on a morning wildlife safari. Relax in a floating bungalow that blends in with the natural surroundings, and enjoy a delicious dinner of fresh fish from the lake. An unforgettable experience! More Details Khao Sok Cheow Lan Lake Experiences 3 Days 2 Nights Full Board Packages Cheow Lan Lake Package Package Code : 3DLE-001 3 Days 2 Nights Full Board Packages Saichol Rafthouse Saichon Restaurant Saichon Rafthouse Chiew Larn Lake Sightseeing Saichon Restaurant 1/13 Adult Rate Per person 12,900 THB This price is reserved for a minimum of 2 people. Book now a packages today,travel in Sep-Oct. Book Now! * This price includes a Private boat transfer from Cheow Lan Dam Municipal Pier to the Raft House Saichol Rafthouse The distance of a guided cruise from the tourist pier to Sai Chol Raft House Resort is about 20 kilometers, and it takes 1 hour to travel, which is not too much time, not too little time. Until admiring various views, Both sides of the Cheow Lan Dam are not covered because this is Guilin, Thailand. Package Inclusions 2-n i ght s @Saichol Raft Bungalow ( Fan room, en-s uite bathroom) Full meal on a floating restaurant. Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast Sightseeing Cheow Lan Lake Pakaran g cave Pakai Pech Caves Morning Mist Safari. Watchi ng local wildlife from the boat. Private Shuttl e boat Accident insurance Local Guide

  • Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort | Khao Sok Rafthouse

    Keeree Warin CheowLa n Resort Cheow Lan Lake Surat Thani Thailand The Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Khao Phang. Surat Thani Railway Station is located approximately 66km away while Surat Thani Airport is 66km away. There is no shortage of things to see in the area, with the Cheow Lan Dam (Ratchaprapa Dam) , Rajjaprabha Dam Golf Course all nearby. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing. Designed for comfort, all guestrooms offer a range of amenities to ensure a restful night. Some rooms at Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort even come with extra design features such as a balcony or terrace. In some select rooms, you can find bottled water at your disposal. ​ ​Fan room En-suite bathroom Check out no later than 9:00 a.m. Time to pay electricity 24 hrs. There are some phone signals at some points, networks with AIS DTAC signals. 1/2 OVER VIEW HIGHLIGHTS ROOMS Package 2Days 1 Night Package 3 days 2 nights Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort *** Conveniently situated in the Ban Ta Khun part of Surat Thani, this property puts you close to attractions and interesting dining options. Don't leave before paying a visit to the famous Surat Thani Night Market. As an added bonus, restaurant is provided on-site to conveniently serve your needs. Location Rajjaphapa Dam129 Moo 3 Tumbon Khaopung Amphur Banntakun Suratthani, Ban Ta Khun, Surat Thani, Thailand, 84230 Value for money 6.7 Distance to city center 85. Km Location rating 8.7 Nearest airport Surat Thani Airport (URT) Distance to airport 57.1 Km Following lunch, head off to Sok River for a serene ride in a Bamboo Rafting. A soft rafting along Sok River Float down the peaceful waterway, taking in views of limestone mountains towering above the verdant jungle. After refreshening, be ready to get back to your hotel in each location. It is a 2-storey raft with a separate bathroom and shower room. The zone below has a highlight. will be able to swim from the balcony of the room Deluxe Family Room A raft house has two floors: an upper floor and a lower floor. It can accommodate between 2 to 8 people. The two floors are separated. The stairs to the upper room lead to a space with 4 beds and an external bathroom. The lower room has one large bed and one small bed, with an internal bathroom in the room. ​ ​ Check-in is from 11:00 AM, and check-out is until 09:30 AM. You may request early check-in or late check-out during booking, subject to availability. Guests checking in or out before or after the designated periods may be charged an additional fee. Package 2 days 1 night Cheow Lan Dam, Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort - Moming safari - Guilin, Thailand. ​ Price per person 11,5 0 0 THB (Minimum 2 person) ​ BOOK NOW Day 1 : Khao Sam Klur, Guilin of Thailand - Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort 10.00 - 11.00 a.m. meeting a guide at Chiao Lan Municipality tourist pier 11:00 p.m. Board the boat at Ban Chiao Lan Municipality tourist pier. Travel to the lake. Fresh, heading to the most popular tourist attractions Highlights of Guilin, Thailand, Khao Sam Klo Ready to moor the boat for you to take photos to keep as souvenirs. 12.00 Check in at Keeree Warin and lunch 13.00--14.00 Free and easy 15.00 go to Pakarang Cave 1800 Dinner ​ Day 2: Morning safari 6:30 a.m. Watch the way of life of animals and breathe in the pure morning air. Then take you back to your accommodation. and eat Then pack your luggage and prepare for your return trip. 10.00 Put your luggage on the boat and bid farewell to "Keeree Warin Resort" and board the boat for your journey. To Ban Chiew Lan Pier with goodbyes and smiles. ​ Package included 1. Private Boat transfer Round trip 2. Accommodation 1 night@ Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort 3. 3 meals (lunch, dinner, breakfast) 4. Pakarang Cave 5. Kayaking 6. Insurance 7. Local Guide 6. National Park fee This rate does not include 1. Other personal expenses 2. Additional travel expenses other than those specified by the program Things to prepare 1. Sandals or sandals 2. Waterproof bag or backpack 3. Personal medicine 4. Swimsuit, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, raincoat 5. Plastic bag for wet cloth Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort Getting in and around Surat Thani is a breeze when staying at Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort, located just minutes away from the city center. Every effort is made to make guests feel comfortable by providing the best in services and amenities. Getting from and back to the airport can be easily arranged with the resort's airport transfer services. Guests can enjoy convenient available parking right at the resort. Smoking is allowed only in the designated smoking areas provided by resort. Designed for comfort, all guestrooms offer a range of amenities to ensure a restful night. Some rooms at Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort even come with extra design features such as a balcony or terrace. In some select rooms, you can find bottled water at your disposal. Dining and things to do Every day at Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort begins with a delicious in-house breakfast. A variety of convenient and tasty dining options are waiting for you at the resort, for whenever you get hungry. Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort offers an excellent variety of recreational facilities. Grab some last-minute needs or local souvenirs for yourself or those back home without having to go anywhere at the shops available right on-site. Package 3 days 2 nights Cheow Lan Dam, Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort - Morning safari - Guilin, Thailand - Keeree Warin Viewpoint. ​ Price per person 13 ,9 0 0 THB (Minimum 2 person) ​ BOOK NOW Day 1 : Khao Sam Klur, Guilin of Thailand - Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort 10.00 - 11.00 a.m. meeting a guide at Chiao Lan Municipality tourist pier 11:00 p.m. Board the boat at Ban Chiao Lan Municipality tourist pier. Travel to the lake. Fresh, heading to the most popular tourist attractions Highlights of Guilin, Thailand, Khao Sam Klo Ready to moor the boat for you to take photos to keep as souvenirs. 12.00 Check in at Keeree Warin and lunch 13.00--14.00 Free and easy 15.00 go to Pakarang Cave 1800 Dinner ​ Day 2: Morning safari - Keeree Warin viewpoint Morning safari, see the lifestyle of animals, and admire the morning mist. Breathe in the pure morning air Then take you back to your accommodation. Eat breakfast Rest at your leisure. Eat lunch (4) Rest at your leisure. Get on the boat and travel to Keeree Warin Viewpoint (Prepare sneakers) Walk for about 1 hour, study the nature trails and trees. Nanpan admires the beauty of nature which can see the Khiri Warin raft. Take pictures of the beauty as a souvenir. You should travel to "Pae Keeree Warin" to rest at your leisure. ​ Take a boat trip to see nature in the evening. Capture the atmosphere around you Park the boat for you to take pictures of the sunset as a souvenir. Enjoy delicious food in the natural surroundings of Yom Yon (5). Relax at your leisure and have a good night. ​ Day 3: Morning safari 6:30 a.m. Watch the way of life of animals and breathe in the pure morning air. Then take you back to your accommodation. and eat Then pack your luggage and prepare for your return trip. 10.00 Put your luggage on the boat bid farewell to "Siriwarin Resort" and board the boat for your journey. To Ban Chiew Lan Pier with goodbyes and smiles. ​ Package included 1. Private Boat transfer Round trip 2. Accommodation 2 night @ Keeree Warin Chiewlarn Resort 3. 6 meals (2 lunch, 2 dinner, 2 breakfast) 4. Pakarang Cave 5. Kayaking 6. Insurance 7. Local Guide 6. National Park fee This rate does not include 1. Other personal expenses 2. Additional travel expenses other than those specified by the program Things to prepare 1. Sandals or sandals 2. Waterproof bag or backpack 3. Personal medicine 4. Swimsuit, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, raincoat 5. Plastic bag for wet cloth

  • TRAVEL GUIDE | khaosokrafthouse

    KHAO SOK TRAVEL GUIDE Over views Khao Sok National Park is a nature reserve in southern Thailand containing dense virgin jungle, towerlike limestone karst formations and the man-made Cheow Lan Lake. It’s home to rare species such as the giant parasitic Rafflesia flower, hornbill birds, gibbons and tigers. The park can be explored by elephant-back safari, hiking trail, and raft, canoe or kayak via the Sok river. Far more than just a side trip from the beaches of southern Thailand, the magnificent wilds and majestic mountain lake of Khao Sok National Park are one of Asia's premier natural wonders. Khao Sok stretches over some 646 square kms and is part of a greater protected area that also includes Kaeng Krung and Phang Nga national parks and Khlong Nakha and Khlong Saen wildlife sanctuaries. Spanning over 4,000 square km between them, this is a massive protected area in Thailand, and on a map it looks like an entire province of nothing but lakes, rivers, and jungle. If you're going to visit only one national park in Thailand, Khao Sok is arguably your best choice. Due to its rugged, mountainous and expansive terrain, the park and its surrounds have remained mostly untouched by people, and today Khao Sok teems with plants and wildlife. Wild elephants, dusky languars, leopards, bantung, a range of monkeys, snakes, and over 180 species of bird inhabit the park and surrounding sanctuaries. Equally impressive are Khao Sok's plant species, including massive bamboo trees so thick that anyone standing under them in a down pour will remain dry, and the Rafflesia Kerri Meijer flower, or simply "wild lotus" (bua phut) in Thai, which is one of the largest flowers in the world, reaching a diameter of over 75 cm when fully mature. The best chance to see one in bloom is in November or December, but be prepared for its pungent fragrance that smells something like rotten eggs. ​ With countless hiking trails, waterfalls, caves, and viewpoints, it's worth taking at least a few days to explore the park's western area on foot. However, at least half of the Khao Sok experience is the artificial Chiew Lan Lake — one of Thailand's most scenic bodies of fresh water — which features limestone karst cliffs that rise dramatically from calm, pristine emerald water. Numerous inlets reach far into the land like long, watery fingers, karst cliffs of all sizes rise from the surface of the water, and other worldly caves are found throughout the lake. Indeed, exploring Chiew Lan by boat allows visitors a peak at some of Asia's most stunning natural beauty, a topography that's been compared to the haunting cliffs of China's Guilin and Vietnam's Ha Long Bay. For a truly tranquil experience, spending a night or two at one of the national park's floating rafthouse villages within the lake is a must. Apart from hiking and exploring the lake by boat, many visitors take up the opportunity to do guided bird watching hikes, night safari tours, more extreme overnight camping treks, canoe trips along the Sok River, and elephant trekking, all of which are offered by a plethora of tour companies operating near the park's western gates. Orientation Khao Sok is reached by Rte. 401, which connects Takua Pa in the west to Surat Thani in the east and runs directly south of the entire park, which lies within the borders of Surat Thani province but is far closer to Phang Nga and the western Andaman coast. There are no roads running in to the park itself. The visitor centre, most frequented hiking trails and most of the accessible waterfalls are all located in the park's far western side at the village of Khlong Sok. A small, 1.5 km long access road runs from Rte. 401 directly to the park's front gates, and several guesthouses, resorts and restaurants are found here. The pier for Chiew Lan Lake is located some 50 km east of the visitor centre and majority of guesthouses, near Ratchaprapa Dam, and this area feels like a totally separate destination. To get here it's necessary to first pass through the town of Ban Ta Khun near the park's southeastern point, which is a long trip from the western visitor centre. Although Chiew Lan Lake stretches the entire east to west length of the park and forms most of the northern border, virtually all of Khao Sok's land mass from the visitor centre in the west to Ratchaprapa Dam in the east is covered by rugged mountains and thick forest and is not accessible to visitors. Few if any visitors stay in the Ban Ta Khun area, and the vast majority who visit Chiew Lan Lake and stay at its rafthouses, apart from those who have their own wheels, do so as part of a tour. Aside from the pier, only a small restaurant, a few souvenir shops, and a nearby park are all that's found near Ratchaprapa Dam. Directly in front of the pier there is a small national park booth where visitors must purchase tickets to the park if they haven't already done so, but little if any information is offered here and here and there is no visitor centre on the eastern side of the park. Ban Ta Khun, which is 14 km south of the pier, has some local restaurants and markets but there is currently no tourist infrastructure there. ​ Along the access road leading to the gates and visitor centre at Khao Sok's western end, however, there are plenty of places to stay and eat within walking distance of the park and its trails, and this is where the majority of travellers first arrive. At the park's front gates visitors are required to pay the entrance fee (200B for foreigners or 20B for Thais), which is valid for a period of 24 hours. After entering the park the visitor centre is located a short walk from the gates and is staffed by some very friendly park workers and rangers who speak English well and are happy to answer questions. They also hand out decent information brochures, including a couple of rather vague maps, and can provide info on sights, hiking trails, and accommodation. There are some shared and private rooms available here as well,but few foreigners choose to stay within the park when there are cheaper and more comfortable guesthouses so close by. There is also a small restaurant and shop with limited hours here, but neither seem to see much use — the restaurant looked abandoned when we visited although the ranger insisted it did in fact open. All of the hiking trails in this vicinity begin near the visitor centre and restaurant area, and there are clearly marked signs throughout the trails. Travellers will find just about anything they're looking for along the 1.5 km long access road just outside the park, including accommodation to fit all budgets, convenience stores, restaurants, bars, tour companies, Internet cafes that typically charge 2B per minute, motorbike rental, mini bus services, and at least one ATM located just outside the mini mart next to Herb Restaurant. There are also a few banks and ATMs in Ban Ta Khun. We found cell signal to work relatively well except when hiking several km north of the visitor centre and in some of the further reaches (particularly far northern parts) of Chiew Lan Lake. The national park headquarters can supply basic first aid needs, but anything more serious will require a trip to the hospital at either Ban Ta Khun or Takua Pa.

  • Booking Day Trip | khaosokrafthouse

    RESERVATION FORM DAY TRIP BOOKING FORM Choose Tour Select Program Date Number of person Full Name Date of birth and passport number Are you allergic to any medicine or food? Email Phone/WhatsApp Choose your pick-up location: Pickup from Hotel in Khao Sok Pickup from Cheow Larn pier / Hotels in Takun Area I accept terms & conditions View terms of use Submit

  • Pra Kay Petch Cave | khaosokrafthouse

    PRA KAI PETCH CAVE IN KHAO SOK Pra Kay Petch Caves in Khao Sok National Park Pra Kay Petch Cave or Dimond Cave It is one of the most beautiful caves of Ratchaprapha Dam, with coral stones, stalagmites and stalactites that are unique. The length of the cave is about 100 meters, suitable for tourists to see the beauty. ​ Pra Kay Petch Ca ve There is a stone that reflects light and shines. causing it to be named Pra Kay Petch Ca ve The stalactites here are strange. It is a small stalactite like hair or taproot. The floor of the cave is wet. muddy and slippery Causing the stalagmites at the bottom to become the anchor point for the cave walkers. 1/1 Pra Kay Petch Ca ve It is another uniquely beautiful cave of Ratchaprapha Dam, with unique coral, stalagmites and stalactites. The length of the cave is about 100 meters, suitable for tourists to see the beauty. which Khao Sok National Park have explored the suitability and the safety of tourists to visit It appears that it is appropriate to open a service for tourists to visit another place. In order to promote tourism within the Ratchaprapha Dam Reservoir And make both Thai and foreign tourists impressed by coming to travel in Khao Sok National Park. Surat Thani Province Pra Kay Petch Cave Private tour full day by Private Car+Private Longtail Boat with Local Guide Price 2, 5 00 THB per person Tour duration 09.30 -16.00 ​ BOOK NOW Includes: Private Transfer By Car & Boat National Park Fee Lunch Drink Water Local Guide

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  • Booking Package Tour | Khao Sok Rafthouse

    BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATION BOOKING FORM Choose Chiew Larn Lake Accomodation Saichon Ratfhouse Select an option 2 Days 1 Night 3 Days 2 Nights Promotion Discount 15% Check-in date Full Name Adults Children ( 4-11 years) Date of birth and passport number Are you allergic to any medicine or food? Email Phone/WhatsApp Additional service: local guide No need for a guide Private local guide for 2 days 1 night / 2500 THB Private local guide for 3 days 2 nights / 5000 THB How do you come to the accommodation? Do not want to travel by yourself From Surat Thani Airport-1800 THB per way From Surat Thani Town -2000 THB per way From Donsak Pier -3500 THB per way From Phun Phin Railway Station -2000 THB per way From Krabi -3200 THB per way From Phuket -4500 THB per way From Khao Lak -3500 THB per way From Phang Nga -3500 THB per way From Lanta -5500 THB per way Your program ends after that, where do you want to travel next? Do not want to travel by yourself To Khao Sok National Park -1600 THB per way To Surat Thani Airport-1800 THB per way To Surat Thani Town -2000 THB per way To Donsak Pier -3500 THB per way To Phun Phin Railway Station -2000 THB per way To Krabi -3200 THB per way To Phuket -4500 THB per way To Khao Lak -3500 THB per way To Phang Nga -3500 THB per way To Lanta -5500 THB per way To Koh Yao -5500 THB per way Remark: Book accomodation includes a Join boat transfer from Cheow Lan Dam Municipal Pier to the Raft House Pickup time around 10.00 -11.00 am But there are some hotels that offer private boat transfers only. I accept terms & conditions View terms of use Submit

  • WEATHER | khaosokrafthouse

    KHAO SOK WEATHER Khao Sok -Thailand Weather Due to the high mountains and the fact that it is influenced by both the Northeast (Pacific Ocean) and Southwest (Indian Ocean) monsoons, Khao Sok has the highest level of rainfall in Thailand (3,500 mm per year). The heaviest rains are between May and November, the driest period is between December and April; although even during that time there can still be some rain – there is always a fair chance to get wet when visiting a rainforest. ​ Khao Sok has warm temperatures throughout the whole year, with the statistically hottest months being March and April. However, temperatures only change at a range of 4 degrees Celsius during the year, varying between average maximum temperatures of 29 to 33 degrees to average minimum temperatures from 20 to 23 degrees. In fact, as in most tropical regions, temperature variations are higher between 12 o’clock noon and midnight than they are between January and July.

  • Payment | khaosokrafthouse

    Thank you for booking with us. ​ Your booking information has been sent to Khao Sok Raft House From now on, within 1-2 hours, we will send an invoice to your email. to process payment is the last step ​ IMPORTANT PLEASE READ The time is now. After checking, the room is available. Once the booking is complete, we will send you an invoice within 2 hours. After receiving the invoice, you complete the payment within 1 day to confirm the booking. If 1 day has passed, when there is no payment You must contact us again. to check room availability one more time In case you know the total price and are ready to make the final payment Please pay the amount you know immediately. Please a payment method here. PAY VIA CREDIT CARD First Name Last Name Email Paid item name Enter the amount you wish to pay: ฿ Pay Now Thank you for your Payment!

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  • Frequently asked questions Khao Sok | khaosokrafthouse

    Frequently Asked Question About Khao Sok Khao Sok can be visited all year round but the weather here can be quite unpredictable, especially between June and November when downpours are at their most frequent. ​ That said, rains usually don't last very long in Thailand so you can always enjoy outdoor activities even if you visit during those months. ​ For the highest chance of clear days, the months between December to March are highly recommended and it also falls in between the blooming season of Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world, which can often be seen along hiking trails in Khao Sok National Park between February and March so if you want to see these flowers, make sure you align your trip accordingly. ​ All in all, Khao Sok is an all-year-round travel destination, and no matter when you choose to visit Khao Sok, you are going to have a great time here nonetheless. ​ How many tigers are in Khao Sok? An estimated 200-250 tigers remains in the wild, in Khao Sok National Park, the onoly habitat in Thailand that is capable of supporting the tiger. Are there tigers in Khao Sok? Khao Sok being a tropical rainforest, there are many wild animals such as “wild elephants, serow, tigers, Malayan sun bears and over 180 bird species to watch Are there snakes in Khao Sok? Khao Sok National Park provides a home for numerous species of lizards, snakes, frogs, and toads. Although snakes are often feared and there are more than 170 species of snakes in Thailand, most of them are rather rare and only 48 are venomous. Are there leopards in Khao Sok? Leopards can live to around 21 to 23 years in captivity, with estimates of about 7 to 9 years in the wild. They are listed as 'near threatened' on the IUCN Red List; however, in some areas they are endangered or even critically endangered. Are there wild elephants in Khao Sok? Khao Sok National Park in Thailand's southern Surat Thani Province is known to have a number of wild elephants. The herds live deep in the park's pristine forest and roam freely in the elephant sanctuary. It's not often that visitors get to see them in their natural habitat Are there crocodiles in Khao Sok National Park? No! What animals are in Khao Sok National Park? Asian Elephant. Barking Deer Banteng Malayan Tapi Malaysian Sun Bear Wild Boar Long-tailed macaque Sunda Slow Loris and more... What is Khao Sok famous for? The main attractions of Khao Sok are Cheow Lan Lake, wildlife, iconic limestone hills, waterfalls, raft houses spread over the lake, trails, caves and rivers. Khao Sok was established as Thailand's 22nd national park in 1980 by The Royal Forest Department. Can you visit Khao Sok without a tour? Though options for independent exploration in Khao Sok National Park are limited due to the park's requirement that travellers be guided on most trails, you do not have to join the flock and book an all-in package tour. Is Khao Sok National Park worth visiting? Is Khao Sok National Park worth a visit? Yes! Khao Sok National Park is one of the most beautiful destinations in Thailand. Because of the 2 day tour where you go deep into the ancient jungle and where you have the opportunity to stay in a unique location, this park is great to visit. How long do you need in Khao Sok? How long to spend in Khao Sok National Park. I'd recommend spending 2-3 nights in Khao Sok National Park to really make the most of everything on offer. One night would suffice if you're tight on time – I just wouldn't recommend a day trip, as you won't get the full experience. How do I get from Bangkok to Khao Sok? From Bangkok to Khao Sok you can travel by bus, plane+bus, train+bus. Travel distance from Bangkok to Khao Sok National Park is about 750 km by road. You can travel by plane from Bangkok to Surat Thani (about 1.5 hour) and from Surat Thani you can travel by minivan/bus to Khao Sok (about 2.5 hours). When is Monsoon Season? July-October How far is Khao Sok from Krabi? Travel distance from Khao Sok National Park to Krabi in Thailand is only about 150 km by road. The fastest and comfortable way is to travel by minivan/minibus to Krabi from Khao Sok How do I get from Koh Samui to Khao Sok? There is no direct connection from Ko Samui to Khao Sok National Park. However, you can take the bus and ferry to Surat Thani Train station, take the walk to Surat Thani station, then take the Mini Van to Khao Sok. How to get from Surat Thani to Koh Sok National Park? Train: You can take an air-conditioned, 2nd class sleeper train, (approximately 800 Baht one-way) to Surat Thani train station.Then, from the train station in Surat Thani, you can take a bus to Khao Sok. When you have arrived at the train station, exit the front entrance and turn right. How do I get from Khao Sok to Koh Phangan? Currently, the only bookable option to get you from Khao Sok to Koh Phangan is to use the bus-ferry option. This service departs once a day, and offers a personal pick up from any hotel. Bot vehicles are air conditioned, but only the ferry may have a bathroom on board. How do I get from Khao Sok to Koh Tao? Currently, the only bookable option to get you from Khao Sok to Koh Phangan is to use the bus-ferry option. This service departs once a day, and offers a personal pick up from any hotel. Bot vehicles are air conditioned, but only the ferry may have a bathroom on board. Can you stay in Khao Sok National Park? There are a number of different floating hotels and resorts in Khao Sok National Park, but the 500 Rai Floating Resort is the most luxurious option. Staying on Cheow Lan Lake is a wonderful experience, giving you the chance to enjoy beautiful views of the lake and the karst cliffs of the national park. How do I get from Phuket to Khao Sok National Park? Follow route 402 across the Sarasin Bridge to Khok Kloy then bear left onto route 4 towards Thai Mueang. At Thung Maphro, turn right onto route 4240, and then left onto 4090. Follow 4090 until you reach route 401, then turn right to Khao Sok. How is the climate of Khao Sok National Park? climate Khao Sok National Park area Influenced by monsoon winds on both sides is both the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean It starts to rain from the end of April. Until the end of December every year And will fall a lot during May - November. The best time to visit Khao Sok National Park will be during December - April of every year. The average rainfall throughout the year is 1,636 mm. The dry season starts from January - April. The weather is hot. and a slight increase in temperature There is not much rain The average annual temperature is 26 degrees Celsius, the hottest month. is April The average temperature is 28 degrees Celsius. The month with the lowest average temperature is January, with an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. Is it interesting to take a long walk in the forest? If you are another person who loves and enjoys long distance hiking. or exploring nature and among beautiful plants, of course, "Khao Sok National Park", Phanom District, Surat Thani Province It should be another destination that you should not miss visiting as well. "Long-distance trekking route km. 99 - Klong Pae" is another trekking route that would like to recommend you to visit once. Especially those who love adventures in Tham Nam Thalu. It is recommended to start at kilometer 99 near the office of Khao Sok National Park. The destination of the trek is at Klong Pae, near the National Park Protection Unit at Kor Sor 4, Pae Ton Toey, to the Ratchaprapha Dam Reservoir. with a distance of approximately 8 kilometers Do you want a tour like this? Stay overnight in the forest, pitch a tent in the forest. Live in the forest, travel in the forest, sleep in the forest, learn the forest, tour the forest. adventure in the rainforest... We provide group tour services. With a guide who specializes in trekking for more than 20 years, if you want to spend the night in the forest, set up a tent in the forest. Live in the forest, travel in the forest, sleep in the forest, learn the forest, tour the forest. adventure in the rainforest Contact us now. Preparing equipment for trekking in Khao Sok National Park Choose the 6 most important things that trekkers should have as follows. Tent / mosquito net This item is considered one of the most important equipment. after food No one would carry the cradle and the tent. Think about what the sleeping area is like. If you can't think of it, think about if you took the hammock but there were no trees in the sleeping area. And how do we tie the cradle? Tents are suitable if there is enough space considering the material, waterproofness, weight, number of people, how to set up, and also provides more privacy than a hammock. But there is a limitation on storage space. Hammock is suitable for use in limited spaces, lightweight, space-saving. (Some brands are slightly bigger than a curry bag) and need to look at the wind direction. Including the distance between the trees to tie the hammock. Tips!!! Choosing a location to pitch a tent Shouldn't choose a mountain top area or an open area (strong wind, suspicious, tent can fly away), too much water source (wild water), unhealthy trees (broken branches) *** Recommend newbies to start with tents. more than a crib Backpack bag emphasizes that it has to be a backpack bag. Or designed for really carrying only Because if using a bag that is not designed for use, it will cause us injury. If hiking equipment is like a car A tent or hammock is the car itself. Bags are like cushions that will support the body of people who travel comfortably. Not tired while using, according to sex, net back system or sponges are different Shoes (Trekking shoes) Shoes are the bottom of the car. Choosing shoes must be chosen to suit the nature of the route that we will use. Including the climate that we will take to wade through Imagine a sedan going through an off-road road and the car is completely destroyed. Shoes can be divided into major categories as follows: Hiking Shoes &Trekking , Backpacking Shoes , Sandals The Hiking shoes and Trekking shoes look similar. It's a fairly well-supported shoe. Suitable for rugged trekking Backpacking shoes designed for long journeys. and carry a lot of luggage The structure of the shoe is often stiff to prevent injury from walking. water and food Everyone knows that water and food are one of the essential factors in life, but many people often overlook food or energy sources during walking. During trekking, especially when climbing steep slopes, the body continually loses energy. Including having a higher metabolic rate than normal So we feel hungry or thirsty. That's why we need to have food while walking. It is recommended to be foods such as glucose or sucrose that the body can use immediately, whether it is candy, fruit, dried bananas, energy bars. Mineral drinks, etc., on the way to sip water periodically. Do not drink a lot at a time because it can cause cork or vomit Introducing how to prepare for trekking for novice tourists Learn about the hiking trails to visit. In Thailand, there are a lot of trekking routes in every region, every area, which will be open for visits at different times. Some routes are worth visiting only in the rainy season. Some routes can be traveled only in winter. must check with the staff in charge before traveling and then study about that route, for example, see how many kilometers of distance Does it take a long time to walk? The path is steep or level. It looks like a meadow, bamboo forest or rainforest. Do you have to cross a creek or stream? Is there a rest stop along the way, is there a shop, etc., because it will affect the preparation. prepare clothes and various belongings Trekking costs Even though it's a walk through the forest where there are hardly any facilities or shops for us to shop at all, it's true. But going on a trekking route like this also costs money. Of course, we have to pay for the site maintenance or park fees first. more or less different Next is the guide fee. If the path is difficult and quite dangerous There will also be porters, tents, and a small amount of food. But overall it's not very high. The more people go, the more they can help each other to divide. Get your body ready Once the booking has been handled, things are done. I have to prepare my body to be ready. See if you have any underlying disease or not. Diseases that are not recommended for trekking are heart disease and vascular disease. High-low blood pressure, asthma-asthma, epilepsy, diseases related to knee joints such as gout, etc. If you find yourself without a dangerous congenital disease This time, I came to prepare my body. It is advisable to exercise before going on a trip. At least you should start working out 2 weeks - 1 month before going, focusing on cardio so that the heart can work efficiently. Practice walking up and down stairs to get used to it. Because some routes will be walking up a steep hill. So that it doesn't cause muscle inflammation. no sickness during travel or after coming back from hiking study the weather Before traveling should check the weather every day. Including checking with local officials about the current weather situation For more accurate preparation, sometimes it's raining, there's a cold wind so I can prepare clothes. luggage and complete rain gear Preparing clothes Long pants and long pants are recommended to prevent scratching from tree branches insect bites and sunlight during the day It should be a fabric that is well ventilated, flexible, not tight and uncomfortable. Because hiking will use energy. which will be sweating all the time If the clothing is well ventilated It will allow us to walk slowly, without frustration. You should bring a hat. If it's a wide wing, it's even better because it helps to protect the sun well. Recommended shoes should be sneakers that are easy to walk on. Supports the weight of the feet and fits the body of our feet. Also check the durability of the shoes. because sometimes the glue is not tight bought it a long time ago deteriorated glue Shoes may be torn in the middle of the road. Socks should be socks that go up to the knees. or anti-snail socks To prevent slugs and insect bites Preparing the luggage The bag should be waterproof or have a Rain Cover, but if you can't beat the price. It is advisable to put things in a plastic bag before packing them into the bag. to prevent belongings and clothes from getting wet in the rain or dew And if it's a long hike that requires staying overnight then had to hire a porter to go up It is advisable to split the bag into 2 bags, the first one is for clothes, tents and other items that will be used during the night. This part is for porters to carry up. The second one will be the bag next to you. There are necessities such as wallet, camera, lunch, drinking water, personal medication, muscle relaxant injection, leeches spray, inhaler, balm, chocolate, tissue, compass, etc. Preparing the overnight equipment If you want to stay overnight at the top of the hill Ask the staff exactly what facilities there are at the top. because some routes are not prepared at all We will have to hire porters to bring them all up. In the event that we have to prepare our own equipment to stay overnight Basic things to prepare such as camping equipment, sleeping bags, clean water, instant curry or canned food, instant noodles/instant coffee, crispy bread, rice cooking/boiling equipment. (Usually, staff will have a field pot with them), plates - bowls - spoons, dry tissues, dish-washing liquid, small pocket knives, etc. Necessary items to carry Trekking is a fairly adventurous tourist activity. Some routes will not have any facilities at all. can't buy anywhere Because in the forest there are no shops. no phone signal So we must be prepared. Personal hiking essentials such as 2-3 sets of clothing, wind/rain jacket (in case of high winds, rain, cold weather), heat/cold packs, medication and household medicines, first aid kit. , inhaler, balm, muscle relaxant spray, mosquito repellent spray/slug/kun, flashlight, lighter, 1-2 black bags, rice box+spoon, chocolate/sweets, dry tissue- Wet, toiletries, at least 2 liters of clean drinking water (divided on the way + cooking), meals for the overnight stay. (If there is no shop/staff is not provided), a small water filter (in case of filling water in the forest), tents, sleeping bags, crutches, compasses, etc. Tips for hiking safely When everything is ready arrived on the day of travel before entering a long forest path Most of the time, staff will advise tourists on basic actions while in the forest. It is advisable to pay attention and strictly follow. Because all of them are for our own safety. If it is a long distance or very dangerous, you should prepare your luggage carefully. Put only the essentials in your bag so that it's not heavy or shoulder pain if the weather is quite hot. Before leaving, it is advisable to put red water / sweet water + ice in the cold storage cylinder that has been prepared to slowly sip during the day. Carry 1-2 bars of chocolate in your purse. eat to increase energy Walk slowly, walk slowly, don't rush. Take long inhalations and exhalations, trying to cling to your fellow travelers. Do not walk off the path suggested by the staff. Before sitting on the floor, you should find a black bag to support the bottom or an open floor without overgrown grass. and avoid sitting on logs because sometimes there are small insects that we can't see on the island The bites can cause pain or allergic reactions. However, if you feel that you can't breathe, you can't continue walking. Immediately inform teammates and officials, do not force it because it may be life threatening. Traveling in the mountains is not difficult and impossible. If we prepare our body and prepare ourselves We will be able to conquer another very fun travel experience. How is the topography of Khao Sok National Park? Khao Sok National Park The largest natural site in the south of Thailand. The terrain is generally mountainous. and complex high limestone mountains especially the Kao Ka Lo Strait It is a limestone mountain with a sharp peak. There is a line of steep cliffs. Some of them were towers that rose into the air like towers. There are not many plains. There is a very complete rainforest. It is the watershed forest of Klong Sok and Klong Phasaeng flowing together. It is the origin of Khlong Phum Duang. which is one of the important branches of the Tapee River The highest point is about 961 meters above sea level, with an average height of about 200 meters above sea level, and the soil is generally red sandy clay. Some places are laterite soil, but there is a small part. What should I wear to Khao Sok National Park? What should I bring when I visit Khao Sok? Bring cool and quick-drying clothing, a bathing suit, hat, good walking shoes that you don't mind getting wet (water shoes are never a bad idea!), a flashlight, sun protection, personal medicines, and toiletries.

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