Khao Sok National Park
Khao Sok National Park
4.5
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
About
This is one of Thailand's most popular parks for foreign visitors but at the same time is unspoiled and uncrowded. The national park is home to a number of eco-resorts offering room, food, and tours. The park is includes a large rainforest and exception steep limestone mountains. There are also rivers and waterfalls. Tours include jungle treks, elephant experience, kayaking and tubing on the river. The most popular tour in the area is to the Rajaprapa reservoir, also known as Khao Sok Lake. Here guests can sleep on rafthouses at the edge of the jungle and enjoy kayaking, birdwatching, and hiking in pristine forest. Day trips are also available. In addition to observing numerous tropical birds including majestic hornbills, Asian buffalo and elephants are often seen, and tapirs and other jungle animals more rarely. The area can be reached easily from airports in Phuket (2 hours away) and Surathani airport (1.5 hours away).
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  • MattwalesNorthWales
    Chengdu, China2,246 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nature in the raw
    We did a night Safari here tonight. Two and a half hours trekking through the jungle with an amazing guide (called Am). They give you a head mounted torch and tell you to watch for the reflection off creature's eyes. Even the spiders shine out like little emeralds in the blackness. They advertise the possibly of seeing jaguars here but in the past 5 years our gude had only seen one once. We did see a lot though. Monkeys, civet cats, fruit bats, fireflies, lizards, scorpions, snakes and a myriad of bugs and spiders. So cool to be up close n personal with real nature. Wish we had time to come back in the daytime. Everyone must pay 200TB to enter the park on top of the trip fee.
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 4 July 2023
  • stevie
    Roseau, Dominica4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Stunning views
    Absolutely beautiful. A great way to spend a day or couple days in the floating chalets. The emerald water and vertical rock out crops are something from a dream. Take a long boat tour, a nice thing being you can book out an entire boat for your private group. And make sure to support the local vendors. The jungle is dense in some areas, others allow swimming (life jackets provided). The chalets are quaint, the ones we were at were aimed at adults. If you can, take 3 days to explore, highly recommend if you the chill nature type.
    Visited July 2023
    Written 4 August 2023
  • Ciara D
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Absolutely Incredible - best experience ever!
    This was the most amazing part of our trip to Thailand. It was absolutely stunning and such a fun experience. We booked with Thai National Parks directly to stay in Phupha Waree and were so glad we did - we had a private guide, Em who absolutely made our stay what it was. We also had an incredible boat driver Nu who came with us on all the adventures. We saw incredible scenery, climbed a waterfall, kayaked and swam from our floating hut and saw amazing wildlife, including so many types of monkeys and even a wild Elephant! Would highly recommend this place and booking via Thai National Parks too!
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 23 November 2023
  • Sharon C
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We loved Khao Sok
    The Khao Sok Lake, which is actually a reservoir, became the pinnacle of our journey through Surat Thani province. Our guide (Sam), who showed immense pride in his lake, guided us through his most cherished locations during a two-hour tour. This lake, along with the adjacent forests, forms part of a protected natural area. We wished we had more time to delve deeper into its beauty.
    Visited December 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 27 December 2023
  • Dan K
    The Hague, The Netherlands8,551 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The most beautiful place in the world
    Our second visit. This time with (young) children and during NYE. Booked a private tour that took is directly to the lake, as opposed to wasting time in ‘Khqo Sok Village’ or Khlong Sok, to be more precise. To me, this is one of the most beautiful places in the world. The lake, although artificial, and its surroundings are part of one of the most oldest rainforests in the world. Our private guide was amazing. Although we did not see them, we did hear elephants and got up to 2-3 metres of the herd while they were feeding in on fresh bamboo in the jungle. Furthermore, we saw hornbills, bats and monkeys. People complaining about ‘not seeing wildlife’ should realise that it’s a massive national park and not a zoo. We will be back again to see more of this magnificent national park. Which is actually managed by two agencies, rather than one. The other one being run by locals, rather then the Department of Thai National Park (I did not know this).
    Visited December 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 7 January 2024
  • Sanjay202
    London, United Kingdom119 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Amazing 2 days in the park
    Amzing time staying in floating huts and spending 2 days in this beautiful park. we took the boat to floating huts. No hot water but apart from that no complaints. it was an amazing 2 days of our trip.
    Visited December 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 13 January 2024
  • David D
    Devon, United Kingdom25,234 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Bamboo rafting in National Park, amazing experience
    Tuesday 23th January and we visited Khao Sok National Park. One of the activities that we enjoyed was a bamboo raft ride along the Sok River. On arrival at the raft departure point we clambered down the riverbank to our awaiting raft and navigator The rafts were constructed with large bamboo poles bound together, with two wooden chairs, one in front of the other on top. Once settled in our seats our Raftman pushed off with his flexible bamboo punting pole. As we gently glided down the River it was an opportunity to sit back, relax enjoying the scenery and the calmness of the experience As we moved down the river the water lapped over the raft poles and our feet when the river became a bit choppy. Part way down the river we stopped for coffee/tea break. We scaled up the riverbank up to the makeshift cafe where we waited for our drinks to be made. The water was boiled in bamboo poles resting over the flames. When made the drinks were served in small bamboo pole cups with a small crafted bamboo spoons, which we were allowed to take away with us. The coffee was surprisingly good and it was all another enjoyable feature of this wonderful adventure. After our refreshment break we returned to our rafts and proceed down the River enjoying the undisturbed natural and beautiful National Park. Along the way the Raftman, with his limited English, pointed out a mountain top with two protruding rock formations, which resembled Mickey Mouse's head. With a squint and some imagination, yes it was there, as result it is known as Mickey Mouse Mountain. All too soon, it took over an hour, and our adventure on the River was over. It was a wonderful and much enjoyed experience.
    Visited January 2024
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 26 March 2024
  • Hell P
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    เขาสกพาเพลิน Khao Sok Pa Ploen
    บรรยากาศธรรมชาติ วิวดีมาก อุทยานน้ำสวย ที่พักอยู่บนน้ำมีเรือคานูให้พายเล่น เราสามารถเล่นน้ำหน้าที่พักได้มีวิวภูเขาให้ถ่ายรูปคือสวยมากๆประเทศไทยมีธรรมชาติสวยๆ อยากให้ทุกคนที่อ่านมาเปิดประสบการณ์ด้วยตนเองแล้วจะประทับใจแบบเราที่เดินทางไปพักผ่อนแบบคนเดียวชิวๆ Natural atmosphere, very good view, beautiful water park. The accommodation is on the water and there are canoes for paddling. We can play in the water in front of the accommodation. There is a mountain view for taking photos, which is very beautiful. Thailand has beautiful nature. I want everyone who reads to open up the experience for themselves and be impressed like we were when we traveled to relax alone.
    Visited June 2024
    Travelled solo
    Written 5 June 2024
  • Geraldine V
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    One night 2 day lake tour
    Our Khao Sok lake tour with Leam from Khao Sok Private tours was absolutely the highlight of our holiday to Thailand. (August) Long boats, lake swimming, waterfalls, coral cave, kayaking, jungle hike.A private tour enabled us to tailor the activities and accomodation to make the most of our time and was definitely worth it. A family of 5 (18, 15, 11) we were so well looked after from the moment we were picked up at Jungle House. Leam told us so much about the history of Cheow Laan Lake, his own life, local flora fauna and wildlife so we felt we learned so much more about Thailand. He introduced us to some delicious Thai food along our journey - sticky rice and chicken and rambutans. Leam was a very warm, knowledgeable and amusing host. We stayed one night at prai wan raft house and loved swimming in the lake, kayaking, watching local wildlife. Amazing raft house accomodation. Leam looked after us on a waterfall walk and a coral cave walk...both amazing experiences, including the wooden raft across a small lagoon. You may be fortunate enough to see wildlife in the wild! This was the most amazing family adventure that we will remember and treasure. If you want to see this area of Thailand you will not regret booking a tour with Leam and Khao Sok Private tours.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 10 June 2024
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Geraldine V
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
Our Khao Sok lake tour with Leam from Khao Sok Private tours was absolutely the highlight of our holiday to Thailand. (August) Long boats, lake swimming, waterfalls, coral cave, kayaking, jungle hike.A private tour enabled us to tailor the activities and accomodation to make the most of our time and was definitely worth it. A family of 5 (18, 15, 11) we were so well looked after from the moment we were picked up at Jungle House. Leam told us so much about the history of Cheow Laan Lake, his own life, local flora fauna and wildlife so we felt we learned so much more about Thailand. He introduced us to some delicious Thai food along our journey - sticky rice and chicken and rambutans. Leam was a very warm, knowledgeable and amusing host. We stayed one night at prai wan raft house and loved swimming in the lake, kayaking, watching local wildlife. Amazing raft house accomodation. Leam looked after us on a waterfall walk and a coral cave walk...both amazing experiences, including the wooden raft across a small lagoon. You may be fortunate enough to see wildlife in the wild! This was the most amazing family adventure that we will remember and treasure. If you want to see this area of Thailand you will not regret booking a tour with Leam and Khao Sok Private tours.
Written 10 June 2024
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Hell P
3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2024 • Solo
บรรยากาศธรรมชาติ วิวดีมาก อุทยานน้ำสวย
ที่พักอยู่บนน้ำมีเรือคานูให้พายเล่น เราสามารถเล่นน้ำหน้าที่พักได้มีวิวภูเขาให้ถ่ายรูปคือสวยมากๆประเทศไทยมีธรรมชาติสวยๆ อยากให้ทุกคนที่อ่านมาเปิดประสบการณ์ด้วยตนเองแล้วจะประทับใจแบบเราที่เดินทางไปพักผ่อนแบบคนเดียวชิวๆ
Natural atmosphere, very good view, beautiful water park.
The accommodation is on the water and there are canoes for paddling. We can play in the water in front of the accommodation. There is a mountain view for taking photos, which is very beautiful. Thailand has beautiful nature. I want everyone who reads to open up the experience for themselves and be impressed like we were when we traveled to relax alone.
Written 5 June 2024
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Fearless12294158983
Johannesburg, South Africa1 contribution
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
We had a beautiful time at Khao Sok National Park. The views, guide, and activities were amazing. It was truly a once in a lifetime experience and we appreciated how well conserved and protected the animals and forest were.

The only problems we had were the accommodations. We feel that the price we paid for our stay Khao Sok was far more expensive than any 4/5 star accommodations in Thailand, yet the Khao Sok rooms are 1 star.

For the price we paid (Phupha Waree raft house) we expected a comfortable, modern room that accommodates tourists. However, we were shocked that there was no proper shower but instead a loose shower head attached next to the toilet. It's a toilet shower. There's holes in the floors so it really does not come with 'normal' sophisticated bathroom systems.

The bed is just a low quality mattress on the ground, this was so uncomfortable that it hurts your back as you feel the wires in it. The pillows are old, the walls have not been painted in forever, it's squashed, dirty, and just not well maintained.

The temperature was about 36 degrees and one of the hottest days ever experienced in Thailand when we went.. yet the aircons do not work in the rooms due to the park not having electricity during certain times. Again, for the price we paid the lack of systems and basic services an accommodation should have was shocking. It was extremely difficult to enjoy our stay without the aircon.

The food is not well protected. Breakfast was infested with flies and bees and the staff seem to be very normal about it. The other meals are a set menu without considering if people don't eat certain things.

It's difficult to give this feedback because the park is so stunning. But I'm afraid a lot of tourists won't be able to 'rough it out' and come experience it because the accommodation is so difficult to handle. We wouldn't recommend it if you're a traveller who can't cope with less than a 3 star stay. Its tough!

It seems like what your signing on for is an authentic local experience..as a tourist you need to be the understanding one and embrace it. The guides are really amazing and they talk to you about their life in the villages and you learn a lot. But you can't expect that the staff and people running the raft houses to understand the standard that foreigners are used to with rooms, bathrooms, and food.

We made the most of it and perhaps the highest tier accommodation there is more bearable. But we would have given Khao Sok a 5/5 if the accommodations can just be upgraded.
Written 6 May 2024
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David D
Devon, UK25,234 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Couples
Tuesday 23th January and we visited Khao Sok National Park.

One of the activities that we enjoyed was a bamboo raft ride along the Sok River. On arrival at the raft departure point we clambered down the riverbank to our awaiting raft and navigator

The rafts were constructed with large bamboo poles bound together, with two wooden chairs, one in front of the other on top. Once settled in our seats our Raftman pushed off with his flexible bamboo punting pole.

As we gently glided down the River it was an opportunity to sit back, relax enjoying the scenery and the calmness of the experience

As we moved down the river the water lapped over the raft poles and our feet when the river became a bit choppy.

Part way down the river we stopped for coffee/tea break. We scaled up the riverbank up to the makeshift cafe where we waited for our drinks to be made. The water was boiled in bamboo poles resting over the flames. When made the drinks were served in small bamboo pole cups with a small crafted bamboo spoons, which we were allowed to take away with us. The coffee was surprisingly good and it was all another enjoyable feature of this wonderful adventure.

After our refreshment break we returned to our rafts and proceed down the River enjoying the undisturbed natural and beautiful National Park.

Along the way the Raftman, with his limited English, pointed out a mountain top with two protruding rock formations, which resembled Mickey Mouse's head. With a squint and some imagination, yes it was there, as result it is known as Mickey Mouse Mountain.

All too soon, it took over an hour, and our adventure on the River was over. It was a wonderful and much enjoyed experience.
Written 26 March 2024
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Stylista H
3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2024 • Couples
We booked a guided Trecking tour whole day. The guy was not talking any English words. We walk over 12 km, and don’t see any wild animal. Except 1 snake, 3 same monkeys and 5 lizzard. No other animals. They told us, they are in the mountains. We booked the tour, because we want to see animals and not Trecking 12km through bamboo. Waste of money and time. Never again!
Written 20 March 2024
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Sanjay202
London, UK119 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Family
Amzing time staying in floating huts and spending 2 days in this beautiful park. we took the boat to floating huts. No hot water but apart from that no complaints. it was an amazing 2 days of our trip.
Written 13 January 2024
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scoutts
Leamington Spa, UK245 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Couples
I would actually review this as good rather than average but not as good as very good. Yes the National Park is beautiful and we enjoyed a private boat trip on the lake / reservoir. But compared to other areas and places we have visited in Thailand we felt that the boat trip was too expensive for what it was. We paid just under 4000 bart for a three hour private boat trip to include a cave visit; this included the National Park entrance fee which we are more than happy with. The negative for us was an hours wait at a restaurant by the floating huts which at 11:20am was a waste of time. The trip to the cave was interesting but definitely not for anyone with mobility issues; it’s dark, wet & slippery. Our young guide was pleasant and helpful but we wished we’d booked a 2hr trip instead. I would also recommend booking a boat trip where you’re happy to be part of a group as this is cheaper. You can also book everything at the Pier when you get there.
Written 8 January 2024
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Elif D
3 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Couples
We got a 2-day/1-night private tour in Cheow Lan Lake TOUR via thainationalparks.com . Please DO NOT. It was such a waste of our limited time in Thailand. Here is why( I wrote my comment on their website but they deleted it - they do not like to hear everyone's opinion if you do not have something nice about them) . We stayed at PHUPHA WAREE . :

Overall, NOT worth it and would definitely recommend skipping this one to the typical tourist

Thailand national park tours are:
1. No more beautiful or likely to see wildlife than anywhere else in southern Thailand (arguably less beautiful in my opinion)
2. Way overpriced
3. Inconveniently located
4. Bungalows are a tourist trap (Bungalows look cool at first in pictures and an initial jump in the lake but quickly become boring, inconvenient, and uncomfortable)

Details below:

PRICING:

Amount paid: ~$20,000 THB

Total price for 2 day/night private tour for 2 people ~$14,000THB (national park fee NOT included so extra $400THB for 2 people). Also, the national park is remote so you are almost forced to book their overpriced round trip taxi which was $5,000THB on top of the $14,400THB.

Comparison prices combined for 2 people (all included food and transport):

-1 full day group tour of the Phi Phi islands with Speedboat for 2 people (more expensive than the long tail boats used in Khao Sok): $2,800THB total

-Half day tour at Green elephant sanctuary for 2 people including round trip taxi (~40min drive for 1 way): $3,600THB

-1 full day James Bond and adjacent island group tour with round trip taxi for 2 people by speedboat (~3 hours driving total): $3,000THB

-1 full day private tour of floating and railway markets in Bangkok with included literally full day personal taxi for 2 people (~3 hour drive just getting there and back): $4,000 THB

-Double the price of any of these other tours and include the typical hotel pricing throughout Thailand and it is still no where close to the price of a 2 day/1 night tour at Khao Sok

NATURE & WILDLIFE:

The natural cliffs/mountains are beautiful but no different from anywhere else in southern Thailand. In my opinion, they are less beautiful as they are not located over the turquoise oceans like when touring Phi Phi islands, Krabi, Phuket, etc. The jungles of Khao sok are pretty and different from other parts of Thailand I have visited but look no different than jungles in other parts of the world.

WILDLIFE:

Khao Sok wildlife: You will likely see monkeys, fish, birds, lizards, bats, buffalo (if lucky), or in rare cases if you’re extremely lucky, an elephant. Keep in mind these are wild animals so you may see nothing and often what you do see is very far away up in the trees while you are on a boat needing binoculars or max zoom on your camera. Also, majority of people who visit Thailand (myself included) will likely visit an elephant sanctuary where you get to be up close and personal with these amazing animals including feeding and washing them (an experience far more special in my opinion)

The visit to the cave as part of the national park tour is also less impressive than the free bat cave at Phra Nang beach Krabi. The bat cave in Krabi was far more beautiful, exciting, had beautiful views at the end and many more bats.

Personally, I saw wildlife at Khao Sok but further away than on all my other tours in Krabi, Phuket, and Phi Phi. I understand these are wild animals so you have to be far away but that does not change the fact that this is much less enjoyable for the tourist. I had to search for animal using max zoom on my camera for most of the trip

COMPARISON WILDLIFE: I saw monkeys up close in Phuket and Phi Phi islands. I saw and even snorkeled with sea snakes in Phi Phi islands. I saw lots of beautiful fish and snorkeled with sharks also in the Phi Phi islands. I saw many more bats on a free hike through the bat cave in Phra Nang beach. I got up close and personal with elephants at an elephant sanctuary including feeding and bathing the elephants. This experience is way more amazing (in my opinion) than taking the extremely unlikely chance of catching a glimpse of a wild elephant. Seeing an elephant at Khao Sok is very unlikely even for the tour guides. Just be careful to make sure if you plan on visiting an elephant sanctuary that it is not a tourist trap where they mistreat the elephants (personally I went to green elephant sanctuary in Phuket which was amazing).

BUNGALOWS: Please do NOT fall into this tourist trap. It’s very easy to want to book a tour just for a chance to sleep on the lake but trust me it is not worth it. The bungalows are cool for a photo and initial jump in the lake but quickly become boring, inconvenient and uncomfortable. My guess is these bungalows are a reason for the massive up-charge in price. Also, there is no electricity in the bungalows from morning until 5pm. This did not bother me too much but understand the bungalow will be very hot until around dinner time.

Other remarks:
-There is almost nothing to do at night after dinner other than go to sleep. Literally a complete waste of a night after around 7pm.
-The tour guides are friendly and knowledgeable but like most of the tours I’ve experienced, they are hit or miss with their English. Some speak English well while others speak poorly and are difficult to communicate with (even for myself who is a native English speaker)
-Khao sok national park is very inconveniently located (~2-2.5 hour drive from Krabi or Phuket) so you will likely lose 2 full days with a 1 night stay
-The taxis alone were literally more expensive than any full day tour I paid for throughout my entire trip
-The food isn’t a big deal to me but they advertise it like it’s some amazing cuisine. In reality there’s no menu so you get what you get and you don’t get upset. You are served soup, rice, eggs, and watermelon for lunch. For dinner, you get rice, fried fish, eggs and soup. The food is fine but super cheap considering their pricing. At green elephant sanctuary there was far more delicious food and an entire buffet to choose from (also soft drinks were included unlike at Khao Sok).

Again, I would NOT recommend this to the typical tourist. Better off skipping this one than going out of your way for a tour that is no more special than the rest of southern Thailand.
Written 7 January 2024
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Dan K
The Hague, The Netherlands8,551 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Family
Our second visit. This time with (young) children and during NYE. Booked a private tour that took is directly to the lake, as opposed to wasting time in ‘Khqo Sok Village’ or Khlong Sok, to be more precise.

To me, this is one of the most beautiful places in the world. The lake, although artificial, and its surroundings are part of one of the most oldest rainforests in the world.

Our private guide was amazing. Although we did not see them, we did hear elephants and got up to 2-3 metres of the herd while they were feeding in on fresh bamboo in the jungle.

Furthermore, we saw hornbills, bats and monkeys. People complaining about ‘not seeing wildlife’ should realise that it’s a massive national park and not a zoo.

We will be back again to see more of this magnificent national park. Which is actually managed by two agencies, rather than one. The other one being run by locals, rather then the Department of Thai National Park (I did not know this).
Written 7 January 2024
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Aleksandra M
Warsaw, Poland86 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Couples
It's really an amazing experience to stay in this National Park, almost in the middle of the oldest rainy forest in the world. The trip on the lake or into the jungle are unforgettable, and the abundance of stunning plants and animals is impressive
Written 28 December 2023
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