Chiang Rai

With its rugged mountainous terrain and pristine hilly regions, Chiang Rai is a wild place to be in. Often touted as more off-the-beaten track than Chiang Mai, the jungles and rivers of Chiang Rai have become a starting point for major adventure activities. There are treks, mountain-biking tours, water-related adventure, elephant rides to remote tribal regions, and more to fuel your adrenaline-thirsty soul. Don't be surprised to find eco-tourism and nature as a big part of your adventures here.

Phu Chi Fah

One of the most popular destinations near town to get fantastic views of the valley, Phu Chi Fah is an adventure in itself. The cliff you have to stand atop in the forest park is naturally adorned with colourful flowers and the weather is cool through the year. Apart from the splendid sight, tourists visit Phu Chi Fah to gaze into the valley of mist that swifts through at sunrise.

Golden Triangle

A trip to Chiang Rai would be incomplete without a visit to the Golden Triangle, one of the two main opium-producing centres in Asia. This is where the borders of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar cross paths, in the middle of the Mekong River. Various legends of the Lanna culture find their base here. While there is a lot to do here, a selfie at the gate and a boat ride to Don Sao island in Laos are a must.

Chiang Mai

Being in the northern part of Thailand, Chiang Mai is more for the mountain lovers and trekkers. There are national parks with several hiking trails and a rich biodiversity in flora and fauna abounds in the jungles. Chiang Mai is fondly claimed by many to be the adventure capital of Thailand, with something for every kind of human spirit.


Feel the breeze gush past as you soar through time-honoured lush rainforests, which are known as one of the most magical in all of Thailand. Zip up strong cause this is a race against the wind, and an adrenaline rush few others have the privilege to experience.

Baan Chang Elephant Park

An interactive way to understand the majestic animal, Baan Chang Elephant Park offers visitors an adventure with a twist. Essentially, it's a day-care for rescued elephants, where they are given love and care, and are sheltered against all forms of cruelty. Here, you get a chance to feed elephants, give them herbal medication, take part in their daily life, and see how the park functions.

Royal Flora

Thousands of species of trees and flowers live comfortably on a 80-hectare landscaped garden in the city of Chiang Mai. Named after Thailand's national flower Ratchaphruek (Cassia fistula or golden shower tree), the Royal Flora Ratchaphruek is a horticultural exhibition with an impressive orchid pavilion. The Ratchaphruek's yellow blossom and the endless rows of orchids coupled with the ancient Lanna architecture add to the park's beauty. The teak wooden Ho Kham Royal Pavillion is a gilded hall with a multi-tiered roof and golden chofahs complementing the roof's end.

Doi Inthanon National Park

Being the highest point in Thailand, Doi Inthanon is part of the Himalayan Range and stands at 2,565 metres above sea level. Popular activities in the park involve trekking to the summit for an amazing view at dawn. There are many waterfalls and trails, along with two chedis (stupas) in the memory of the king and the queen's 60th birth anniversaries.

Hot Air Balloon

The ultimate unforgettable ride of your life - cruising over jungles, lakes, streams and wildlife! See the bigger picture and grab the chance to view nature in her collective glory. You'll be surprised how the small details that caught your eye up close still manage to amaze you from a hot air balloon.

Mae Sa Elephant Camp

With over 30 years of experience in taking care of elephants, Mae Sa Elephant Camp is the place for you to spend an entire day socialising with the cute 70-odd giant mammals. They are at ease in their natural habitat, so don't be surprised when they put on a show for you, or when the talented elephants parade their skills. You also have the option of watching how the mahouts go about caring for these royal animals.


Krabi has a mind-boggling array of adventurous activities to offer. Cliff climbing, canoeing and kayaking, island hopping, elephant rides to lush waterfalls, hiking across national parks and golfing, take your pick and get your adrenaline pumping

Soft Adventure

If riding through dense jungle paths and river banks is your type of adventure thrill, then an ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) tour in the Ao Nang area and Phang Nga should top your must-do list for Krabi.

Clief Climbing

Krabi is designed with limestone cliffs all over, and rock-climbing enthusiasts make scaling these cliffs their personal goal. Don't worry if you're not an expert. There is a wide range of courses available for different levels of climbing ability.


With more than 32 dive sites and countless snorkelling spots off its coast, Krabi town is a popular destination for water sports. A number of first-rate dive shops offer affordable scuba accreditation (usually PADI) right from beginner up to master.

List of Dive Sites:

Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, Koh Rok Nok, The Phi Phi Islands, Bamboo Island and Koh Dam.


Than Bok Khorani National Park abounds in natural trekking routes, waterfalls, mangrove forests, and is apt for aquatic activities like snorkelling or canoeing.

Interesting attractions include:

  • Limestone cliff caves
  • Boat-only accessed islands
  • Pristine mangrove forest
  • Than Bokkharani
  • Lot and Phi Hua To Caves
  • Dang and Hong Islands

Khao Khanap Nam

Khao Khanap Nam is regarded as the symbol of Krabi. The caves are magnificent and are adorned with stalactites and stalagmites. The only way to get there is by boat from the Chao Fah Bridge in Krabi.


Kayaking is a great way to explore Krabi’s dramatic scenery without intending any harm to the environment. The hong (Thai for 'rooms') open into lagoons, which provide spectacular views on a kayaking tour of the sea.

GO Island Hopping

Krabi has around 200 islands with characteristic tiny white sand beaches, coral reefs, and intricate cave systems.

Take the 4 ISLAND Tour for its dreamy white-sand beaches and emerald green waters. With this tour you’ll find yourself on Turtle Island, Chicken Island, Tub Island and Mor Island.


Pakasai Country Club is 6,573 yards spread over 18 holes and is the only golf course in Krabi. Set up in the middle of an exotic forest with beautiful views of the lake, this golf course makes for an extraordinary encounter with nature for any golfer.

Elephant Trekking and Huay Tho Waterfall

When in Thailand, an encounter with elephants is customary, and what better place to do that than in Krabi! An elephant ride to the lush rainforest of Khao Phanom Bencha National Park brings you closer to these royal animals. You get to see first-hand how well they are cared for, and you might even catch them smiling at you when you feed them with locally grown bananas.


Hong is the perfect place to get up and close with towering limestone mountains or hike through dense jungles to meet the exotic wildlife. The beaches here are blessed with warm white sand and emerald waters. Canoe your way through marvels of nature or snorkel around the breath-taking lagoons.


Someone rightly said, “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone”. Discover the treasures of this awesome city, with its fun and challenging adventures. If you are an adrenaline junkie, many heart pumping activities await you! Sojourn amongst scenic locations and indulge in these exhilarating experiences.

Bobble Football (Soccer)

Go racing, play football, or wrestle inside a zorb-like ball because when it comes to fun there are no restrictions!


This aquarium makes for a magical underwater experience with its 30,000 amazing marine creatures. High on both the entertainment and education quotient, a few hours spent here make for an exhilarating experience.

Paintball War

Paintballing is always fun, no questions asked! Take part in a well-equipped and safe paint fight and colour your friends blue, yellow and red!

Flow House Bangkok

Flow House is an artificial wave machine and beach club situated in the heart of Bangkok. This club makes for an amazing family outing and helps you stay fit while you learn a fun sport.

Safari World Public Co Ltd

Thailand's greatest open zoo and leisure park, Safari World Public Co Ltd. offers an exciting safari drive through the picturesque African wilderness without setting foot in Africa.


Water sports dominate when it comes to outdoor activities in Phuket, which boasts of multiple beaches and a rich marine life. However, this does not limit the multiple options when it comes to adventure! Get your adrenaline pumping as you soar on a zipline or opt for a soothing game of golf when you are bored of the water.


While shopping, beaches and water sports play their part in attracting tourists, golfing is another facet of Phuket that ensures steady tourism. The island’s seven golf courses coupled with the tropical climate and unique topography have turned Phuket into a world-class golf destination, suitable for every kind or level of golfer.

Baan Teelanka - The Upside Down House

Chandeliers on the floor, suspended dining tables, cars on the roof? That’s the Upside Down House in Phuket for you! The unique house features a 1,000 sq m labyrinth and a chamber of secrets where you have to solve clues to escape the locked room.

Phang Nga Bay Or Ao Phang Nga National Park

We know how difficult it can be to differentiate between the gorgeous bays of Thailand but Phang Nga Bay has you sorted on this account. Phang Nga is home to the spectacular limestone karsts that emerge vertically out of the emerald-green water. The bay is also famous for its abundant marine life that hides away in the mangrove forest. And yes, this is also known as the famous James Bond Island.

Flying Hanuman

The Flying Hanuman, an eco-friendly adventure park, is testament to the fact that Phuket’s beauty is not just limited to its gorgeous beaches. The Flying Hanuman is located on a pristine stretch of wilderness in the island's interiors and visitors can enjoy an effortless blend of adventure with nature here.

Splash Jungle - Water Park

Looking for a day away from the sun and sand, but can't stay away from water? Then Splash Jungle Water Park is just the place for you! From kiddie pools to wild rides that make you scream murder and spas that redefine luxury, this water park takes the phrase ‘something for everyone’ to a whole new level.


A yachting adventure brings you closer to some of island’s most beautiful beaches, gives you glimpses of awe-inspiring sunsets, and introduces you to Phuket’s spectacular geography all in one boat ride. Known to be sailing hub of the Andamans, Phuket sure knows how to impress.

Koh Samui

Koh Samui’s rugged mountainous interiors, and tropical seas bordering the jungles serve as the base for numerous adventure activities. There are rocky cliffs to jump off, waves to surf on a kite board, quad bikes to explore the wildlife, snorkelling to witness the world of beautiful coral reefs, elephant trekking, golf, and much more. If you wish to take back home not just souvenirs, then there are Thai cooking classes for the chef in you too. Even spas are an adventure here, along with the breath-taking sunset cruises.

Snorkelling and Diving

The freedom that comes with snorkelling and diving lets you explore the magical underwater world of Koh Samui to its fullest. The reefs are close to the shore, which makes it ideal for snorkelers as well as divers. While there are innumerable gorgeous sites off the coast that many people will swear by, Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan are famous ones to try out. The months of June, July, and August are best for these two activities around the warm waters of Gulf of Thailand to explore wildlife below the waves. Full day as well as half day excursions are to made the most out of.

Ang Thong National Park Kayak Camp

Ang Thong National Park is an untarnished archipelago of 42 islands in the Gulf of Thailand with looming limestone mountains, white sand beaches, dense jungles, thick mangroves, hidden caves, and open waterfalls. While snorkelling is great here in the mornings, the preferred way to discover Ang Thong’s beauties is to take a kayak and reach out for those very same beauties. You get to choose your own pace and leisure around natural formations in your own sweet time.

Rent a Scooter

The island of Koh Samui is basically jungles, beaches, and mountains. The best and most convenient way to explore it is on a two-wheeler. Not only is it cheap, but it also provides flexibility for you to stop wherever your heart wants. There is a ring road around the island for you to ride on towards the many beaches. Navigation is absolutely not a problem, cause the island is not that complex, even without a map.

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