With exciting geography, from lush forested hills of North to the wonderful eastern and southern coastlines, Thailand renders you an excellent range of outdoor activities. The place has several natural attractions to be rejoiced including national parks, magnificent rain-forests, wildlife and splendid beaches. Thailand has not only been associated with lazing on the scenic and worlds best beaches or in the hotel swimming pool, but also a list of other seemingly endless activities that one can enjoy at the water sports dominating destinations such as Samui, Pattaya and Phuket. Thai spas are incredibly world famous for their extraordinary treatments and hiking is also a most prevalent pastime. Majority of the travellers spend a few days hiking the hills and diving off the crystal clear waters in the beaches of south.
Adventure activities at Thailand:
Warm, clear waters, prolific marine life and reasonable prices make Thailand the most rewarding destination for skydiving and snorkellin. Most of the beach resorts and islands have a least of one drive center, which organizes trips to long stretched islands, teaches the novice divers and leases out equipment and at big resorts, there are many to choose from. The three coasts of Thailand are subjected to various monsoon seasons and the travelers can dive throughout the year. Some of the superior diving destinations of Thailand include Ko Surin, Ko Similan, Hin Daeng, Hin Muang and Richelieu Rock.
Diving into the marine life of Thailand just off the coast is a best way to explore the underwater beauty of Surin Marine and Similan national islands. Range of diving programs is being offered that will teach you the techniques to explore reefs during the open-water dive. Mountain biking is another extremely popular in the country and the rides last from few hours to the entire day. You can get chance to discover the bustling Bangkok city on a three hour bike tour and several more interesting rides that would offer you a great experience.
Jungle trekking is something that no one should miss experiencing at Thailand. During the jungle trek, you can get intimated with wilds of Thailand by reaching out to the unmarked trails. At least a three day trek is recommended to completely explore the mountain ridges and rainforests and also to experience camping nestled in the wonderful Thai wilderness. The people at Active Thailand will offer you an informed English-speaking guide who will take you up at Chiang Mai city and will prepare all your camping and food needs. Whitewater rafting has also been added to several adventure trek itineraries. While rafting, you can rush the rapids in the Phang na province of Southern Thailand. Thailand’s more than hundred national parks that are maintained by the national park, plant conservation and wildlife department are the best places to enjoy wildlife. Way marked hiking trails in the parks are normally limited and very challenging. The national parks are located close to luxury hotels to offer easy accommodation to the travelers.