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Did Kayaking with s tour guide here which was AMAZING. First time kayaking too and did not capsize whoop!! The nature is wonderful and we saw some monkeys. It’s sooo relaxing.
CONS: Toilets were terrible.
I’m not a eco warrior or anything but I did feel annoyed by the way the guides were treating the wildlife. The kayak tour starts by kayaking to a small beach. Here the tour guides were digging up crabs and passing them round, they were...More
Since I knew the loop around the canyon and back on the river, I decided to go on my own. So I negotiated to rent a kayak and the first tour operator asked for 700 baht, you can keep the kayak for how long you...More
With 15 minutes delay we arrived in Ao Tha Lane prier where a nice guide present us the details about trip Om the river with kaiak which was planned to do . The forest of mangrove tree and wilde lagoon offer us a unique experience...More
Most beautiful kayak trip ever... 2-3 hours chilled and easy trip with beautiful changing landscape. mostly in mangrove forest but ends with huge cliffs canyon.
We had a really nice guide named Eak from "Everyday Tour" company that took care of everything including water proof...More
The view was breath taking though however many other things made me decide to give this 3 stars (tho to be really fair I think 3.5 is more deserving). We went with True Leisure. Guide was clear and good.
However, the amount of tourists clogging...More
We were picked up from our hotel as scheduled but made to cramped in a pick up van. We wouldn’t have mind but there were no seat belts and yet we were driven at high speeds to the Kayaking venue, which happened for the return...More