Explore the most popular Nature Trips trails in Thailand with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Slightly confusing trail to find, very few markers and many false turns. Dense jungle in certain parts. Dtad Mok (cut fog) waterfall is beautiful and you will likely have it to yourself.

hiking
bugs
10 days ago

hiking
13 days ago

Great walk, with lovely views back to the bay and lighthouse. Jungle section is pretty special, with lots of monkeys and squirrels above. Our 7 yo managed it okay.

great trail. just after the trail crosses the 550m contour the trail is hard to find, might have been easier to follow the 2 sides of a triangle off to the right.

nature trips
17 days ago

A raised wooden walkway that is a gentle 40minute walk around this beautiful Mangrove forest.

Superb hike of 4-5h, I feasted. Starting from the south, there is now a new road that makes a turn to the left. It must be taken and notice that at the beginning of the hike on the map, there are footprints that go up, you have to climb the wall (steep) of land. The beginning of the trek looks more like a forest than a jungle and the climb is quite hard. But when bamboos start to appear the charm appears too. The waterfall will delight you. The best spot for me is after, towards the point Y on the map, on the left there is wide carpet of rock and a sloping waterfall. I bathed there, and then dried lying on the rocks, it was incredible. I had a machete which allowed me to clear some places, otherwise I should have made small detours but nothing insurmountable it seems to me. The hike deserves its difficult I think.

hiking
bugs
over grown
1 month ago

lots of fun. a bit overgrown in parts but the waterfall is very worth it. nice relaxing hike and not too strenuous.

I wouldn’t call this easy! The path is straightforward, basically 1260 steps to the top, but you’re ascending 300m on a path that’s 600m long. It was heavy for me, combining the heath with the humidity. Bring enough water, you can fill your bottle at the top! Highly recommended though, the view from the top is amazing...

running
1 month ago

what a beautiful view. go early to do it in peace. we were sweating but it was awesome. we wore sneakers and made sure to have appropriate clothes for the top

Spectacular scenic view from the highest peak in Thailand down a wild valley from the back of each of the temples (one for the King and one for the Queen of Thailand) The temples are both exquisite and the gardens reminiscent of something from a fairytale - pictures do not do this place justice!

I live in Chiang Mai and I go hiking every week. In the last 2 years that's already almost 10 groups of tourists I've seen having problem there: people completely lost, people deshydrated or tired because not enough water or food, one person with scorpion or snake bite, people blocked because of fallen trees and no machete... When I asked how they have been here, all of them told me they found the route with this app. This is completely irresponsible from this app to share such routes without any detailed warning. Hey this is jungle, this is not a marked footpath like in Europe or USA! There is no marks, no staff in case of emergency, sometime no signal on telephone, no place to get food or refill water. It's quite dangerous because of snakes, flood or fallen trees. I would strongly dissuade people without a big experience of jungle and a good preparation to go there on their own. Use a local guide or ask advice on Trekking Thailand Facebook page.

good trail

It's a really awesome trail !

This hike requires you to walk up 1260 very steep steps. While I wouldn’t say it is technically challenging, nor will it take very long to complete, I would not consider this “Easy”, especially if you are not from a hot humid climate. The view was amazing and the temple was beautiful. We got up around 4:00 and stayed until 6:30 for the sunset. If you stay any later it will be dark when you head down (July). Would recommend!

A bit stiff but very nice. Immerse yourself in the jungle before heading to the beautiful beach for a well deserved swim.

Hiked this mid-January earlier this year. The heat was stifling after 9am, so best to start by 6-6:30am if possible. It was a relatively difficult hike, but I vaguely recall families headed up as we were returning to the trailhead. The views are sensational. Keep going to the very top even when you believe you’ve reached the summit. Be SUPER careful along the edges at the top... it’s a solid 1,500 ft drop off. Start early, bring plenty of water, and you’ll be glad you did it.

I’m shocked this says easy. To get to the top is over 1,000 steps. Was exhausting and some of the steps are super narrow! Gorgeous view though. Absolutely worth it and amazing for sunset (be careful descending in the dark)

hiking
3 months ago

Easy and quick, great views. Super busy.

hiking
3 months ago

Signage indicates trail is closed June 1 to October 31, 2019. Forest ranger stationed nearby confirmed track is closed

hiking
3 months ago

Nice waterfall, short, paved and easy walk

not a real trail need GPS

Nice short trail, not that easy. Beautiful beach

walking
4 months ago

Nice, easy walk. We had 5 yr old with us who didn't even complain. Not loads of water after dry season but still beautiful and refreshing. At the start, just before trail begins, you need to pass thru government premises that have no entry signs but you may pass through. We parked motorbike just outside of the fence though.

hiking
4 months ago

Easy trail.

hiking
5 months ago

Great guided hike. Beautiful views and a great walk. Strenuous in bite. Not for those with sore legs or the elderly, but doable for kids.

all the way up from the start point, 2 flight of stairs, where 2nd flight is steep. make sure use good comfortable hiking shoes as the trail has huge tree roots all the way up, scattered stone from small to huge. reach view point there another 500m up from the cliff edge. you will know when u see huge stone all way up...

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