Ferry & Speedboat Schedule To Khao Sok National Park
Khao Sok National Park Information
This cave is very interesting, it is 400-meters long and it has 2 exits with beautiful water stream flowing between both exits. Walking inside the cave will mostly be through the water stream which rises up to knee level, but at some point near one of the 2 exits the water can rise up to one meter high. Inside the cave, you might also see a few bats and frog species.
Klong means “river” in Thai language and this river is the most popular destination within the Cheow Lan Lake area. This river is located on the northeast side of the lake and it is almost 16 km from Ratchaprapa Dam. From there you can go on a cave trip or if you love hiking, you can hike your way through the jungle for about 2.5 hours to reach an amazing viewpoint.
Cheow Lan Lake (Khao Sok Lake)
Cheow Lan Lake is the most popular destination in the national park. This lake offers many floating bungalows and raft houses spreading all over its area. Kayaking among the limestone hills as the first activity in the morning is highly recommended. You can book your stay in one of the raft houses along with a trip that includes various activities like kayaking and hiking.
Pra Kay Petch Cave
This cave is located in Klong Ka of Cheow Lan Lake, almost 18 km away from the main pier. Petch Cave is also called Diamond Cave, it is home to bats and it is considered to be on of the best caves in the park. You will need a flashlight in order to visit the cave and the nearest raft houses are located in Klong Ka and Nang Prai.