ITINERARY: Travel overland to Phang Nga (around 1.5 hours) to the rafting base camp on the Songpak River, where you will receive full instruction and don safety equipment for the course. If you just wish to ride, but not paddle, this is also possible.
Then it’s time to set off for an exhilarating run through the rapids. The 5km course takes around 45 minutes, while the 7km, adults only course lasts another 40 mins and is slightly more challenging at grades II-IV.
After lunch, at a plantation restaurant, visit the forest in a nearby National Park and relax or swim in a jungle waterfall.
Return to Krabi via Wat Suwanna Kuha, also known as the Monkey Cave temple. A 20 THB entry fee is charged for those who wish to go inside the cave (it is not compulsory). This charge is not included in the tour cost as it is considered as a donation to the temple that will “make merit” for the donor.
Expected group size: 5 – 20 pax, depending on the day and time of year.
Important: The 5km course can be done by children as young as 6 (though we recommend a minimum age of 7-8 to be safe). Parents must assume full responsibility for their children. The 7km course is not suitable for children under the age of 12 so child tickets for this course are not available.
No prior experience is required for the rafting.
Travel time from Krabi to the rafting site in Phang Nga is around 1.5 hours each way by a/c minivan.
Last updated: September 28, 2016