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One of the most popular tourist activities when visiting Khao Lak area is white water rafting at the Phang Nga

Whether you are white water rafting for the first time here in Thailand or you are an experienced rafter, Easy Day Khao Lak has the Best Rafting trip available for you. All who are new to rafting will have a professional tour guide and basic training session before the actual trip.

Safety First –  Safety is a top priority at Best Rafting. A very import point as more less all visitors have no experienced using a rubber rafts and white water conditions. Each staff team member is well trained and experienced to ensure that you only enjoy your trip and ride but also can do so safely. Laughter, shouts and screams can be heard from visitors as they negotiate their way down the Phang nga river. Making your way down the river dodging rocks, riding the rapids and splashing through the waves makes your trip to Thailand worthwhile and complete.

If you look for more than a leisure ride than we can organize it for you, just let us know.  The Rafting team can cater to all your needs whether in a group, family or riding by yourself.

Phang Nga Town is a actually small town located in southern Thailand and is famous for its rivers, mountains & beautiful scenery and their friendly people.Near to Phanga nga lies a small village called Song Prack. Song Prack is a quaint, little village nestled in the mountains on the bank of the Phang nga river. Visitors are always surprised by the breathtaking riverside scenery, magnificent mountains and lush tranquil forest of Phang Nga province.

White Water Rafting in Phang Nga

It's been a long time since I tried white water rafting. Back in my young, fit days I did it a few times. The first was in Zimbabwe on the Zambezi river (see photo) and that was pretty scary! I also did easier (but colder) rafting trips in Chile and Wales. And here in Thailand we've tended to shy away from tourist activities, preferring to find our own adventures, but sometimes we certainly do what the tourists do, I mean you have to visit Phi Phi and James Bond Island and see the Fantasea show and so on, there are some "must see" things around here! To the north of Phuket you have Phang Nga province, which we visit often. It's a huge area with a lot to see, and even this year we have done several trips exploring roads that were new to us, including the Klong Kian area and the Tone Pariwat Waterfall. Along the road to this waterfall, which followed a river, we saw many rafting companies and lots of elephants (for elephant trekking). 

















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