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All reviews national park tough hike worth the effort coming down other reviews amari vogue lots of water tree roots bug spray wear good shoes hiking shoes take your time flip flops start early be careful bring snacks great hike
The “Dragon Crest” (or Khao Ngon Nak) trail is not exactly the easiest hike one can do, but it is still far away from difficult. It is an at times steep and “rock climby” medium hike that took us roughly 2 hours up and about...More
Very nice place to visit it’s spend time around 1:40-2:00 hrs by climb up to the top of the national park! You can get cold very when you come back to the start point, Don’t forget to bring a bottom of water and begin from...More
We went to khao ngon nak national park on the first day when we reached krabi ,I have no idea how is krabi , so I googled it , and khao ngon nak catch my eye ball, end up we make it for our first...More
Walked 1.5 hrs up, in forest. The trail is extremely clear and nice. The viewpoints at the top are fantastic and worth the effort!
It's a bit of a hassle to get here, I took a taxi from ao nang for 400 baht and had...More
I went there on my own because I really wanted to do a hike and my boyfriend didn't. I rented a tuk tuk from Klong Muang beach and went to the entrance (i googled before to know where exactly it was - google maps “Start/Finish...More
This was a beautiful hike. Totally worth it for the views at the end. We read other reviews and went earlier (arrived at 9am) and there wasn't too much people traffic. It would be a little more challenging if it was a busy trail since...More
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Please check the weather and avoid at all costs if its rainy because the trek is slippery at many spots. hiking solo is not a problem at all, it is a very short trek. do not forget to carry a few energy bars and a bottle of... More
Please check the weather and avoid at all costs if its rainy because the trek is slippery at many spots. hiking solo is not a problem at all, it is a very short trek. do not forget to carry a few energy bars and a bottle of water as there is no provision of both at anywhere throughout the trek and also no such provisions at the top. A guide is not required at all as you will find many travellers coming back while you go up, they will provide ample guidance and cheer. Any communication with the park authority over facebook or email is not required at all. it is a very short trek but a bit demanding physically.