The mangroves of Than Bok Khorani National Park are a haven for rare plants, birds and wildlife. And on this sea kayaking excursion, you'll get closer than ever before. Not only will you paddle your way through this tropical sanctuary, you'll also visit the cave of Pee Hua Toh and swim in the Phu Tara stream.
A local guide will share their knowledge with you that's been passed down through generations as you silently manoeuvre your way through the mangroves. Glide past dense rainforest teeming with birds chirping in the treetops and drift past low-lying plants spilling into the water.
When you're all paddled out, it's on to the cave Pee Hua Toh – home to wall paintings that date back thousands of years. Your guide will give you the lowdown on the wildlife that thrives here. Then, after lunch at a nearby restaurant, your trip wraps up with a swim at Phu Tara, a beautiful freshwater stream deep in the forest.