SST 025 HARD TREKK AT PHANOMBENCHA NATIONAL PARK
(09.00 – 16.00)
This 50-sq-km park protects a dramatic area of virgin rainforest along the spineof 1350m-high Khao Phanom Bencha, just 20km north of Krabi. The name means Five-Point Prostration Mountain, a reference to the mountain’s profile, which resembles a person prostrate in prayer, with hands, knees and head touching the ground.
The park is full of scenic waterfalls, including the 11-tiered Nam Tok Huay To. Close by and almost as dramatic are Nam Tok Huay Sadeh and Nam Tok Khlong Haeng. Numerous trails snake through the park providing excellent opportunities for hiking. You can discover lesser-known streams and
Long years ago were found clouded leopards, black panthers, Asiatic black bears, barking deer,
serow, and tigers. Now a day those them were move more deep in-side the forest. We might able
see Malayan tapirs, leaf monkeys, gibbons, some snake and various tropical birds – including the helmeted hornbill, and extremely rare Gurney’s pitta – make their home here. This 5-7 hours trek requires levels of good fitness and agility. The walk follows the river to a cave entrance and climbs quickly into the jungle via rubber tree plantations, spectaculars fauna, floras. Hearing or might seeing sound of birds, gibbons, monkey and etc. Follow a picturesque path and take a different route back. (Trek hours are about 5-6 hours)
> Incl: transfer, guide, lunch, fruit, drinking water, national park fee and insurance
> What you need: trekking shoes, sun-protection, swimsuit, towel, cap, and camera
** If client stay at Rayavadee or Railay Beach, client has to take the boat to/from the mainland with exta charge 650 per person per way.
important: all route and time is subjected to change to weather and local condition