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All reviews great hike tree roots tough hike hour minutes bring water park ranger hiking shoes steep areas tip box amari vogue krabi lots of water five hours hired a scooter wear trainers view makes comfortable shoes don't forget your camera
This is a MUST in krabi! We stayed in Ao Nang and rented a scooter to get there for 9am, it was approx a 30 minute drive. It is a demanding walk, especially in the heat, but the scenery is amazing on the walk up...More
We paid 1500 Baht for a taxi from Ao Nang to the beginning of the trail. The trail was steep and slippery in places, but generally in good condition. Don't go after a major rain. Two place have a wooden stairway. It took us 4.5...More
I took two of my kids for a climb and clamber to the viewpoint and all of us enjoyed the challenge. The path is easy to follow and is fine to walk on, although there are some fairly steep places. The view is great at...More
We actually under estimated the trek, bought only a 500ml bottle of water for 2 persons and so please bring at least 1.5L of water per person and pack light, as the ascending part can be really tough and do be careful when descending, as...More
Definitely take some water at least one bottle for each person. Also recommend to wear trainers during hiking. There is small shop just before trail starts they have water, chips and some other snacks. Top view is rewarding 😍
Don't do it unless you're sportsman and fit enough ... Its a 30 min drive from ao na g beach ..
firstd get a good hiking shoes and two bottle of water its about two hours to get to the view top and two hours...More
The hike was a relatively short one but the view up there is fantastic. Most of all, its free. Me and my friends took our time and managed to hike up and down the hill in only 5-6 hours. The view was fantastic in the...More
We were really looking forward to the Hang Nak trail from the reviews but were sincerely let down.
It was only overcast when we headed to Hang Nak so we didn’t expect much rain. On our way up to the peak (which is quite a...More
We went there with a tuk tuk (100B per person). When we arrived they told us that the park is closed because of heavy rain and wind, but we somehow managed to get them to let us go walking anyway. It was amazing because there...More