Enjoy an action-packed adventure on the Song Praek River in beautiful Phang Nga province. Ride the class II to IV rapids through the stunning jungle, and add on optional ATV drives and elephant treks to make your day of adrenaline thrills complete.
What to Expect
White water raft the powerful rapids of the Song Praek River in Phang Nga for a pure adrenalin adventure. This wild river is enjoyable for amateurs and those familiar with the furious currents of white water alike.
Marvel at the beautiful virgin forest just one hour north of Krabi. Before setting off on your river adventure, you will be given a brief instruction and short training session at the base camp, including what to do in the unlikely event of an emergency situation.
Collect your rafting gear, including helmets, paddles, and lifejackets. Then, climb aboard the dinghy and float downriver for some of the most exhilarating minutes of your life. Two professional guides will sit at the front and back of the raft to steer, so the paddling required from you is less critical.
Duck the jungle branches as the ferocious current takes you between rocks, round precipitous corners, and tries to throw you sideways. A transfer car will be waiting on the banks of the river when you finally slow down to take you back to Krabi.
However, because the rafting itself is rapid, there are a variety of other activity options to choose from to make your day complete. Climb on the back of an elephant to trek through the jungles from a very privileged position. Or, drive an off-road ATV for 30 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the option chosen. Combine all three for the ultimate jungle adventure!
- Pick-up from hotels in Ao Nang and Krabi Town
- Drinking water and soft drinks
- Fresh fruits
- Safety box
- Safety equipment
- Professional guide
- Accident insurance
- Optional activities (ATV ride/elephant trek - only if booked)
Know Before You Go
• For the shorter 5-kilometer white water raft no prior experience is necessary
• This a pure adrenalin activity, and because it is classed as an extreme sport, even at this relatively low level of difficulty, it is not recommended for children under the age of 7, pregnant women, or anyone suffering from back or neck problems
• Wear light clothes and comfortable walking shoes
• Bring a towel, swimsuit, dry clothes, non-slip shoes, sun block, and a camera