Whilst staying at our villa, you can easily enjoy a day trip out to Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, home to the stunning Phraya Nakhon Cave, one of the most photographed caves in Thailand. You can either reach this cave, which houses a royal pavillion by boat or by foot. If you enjoy hiking, then the walk up to the more that 500 foot peak of Khao Daeng offers a magnificent view as your reward and is highly recommended.
The first coastal national park of Thailand, Khao Sam Roi Yot is a haven for bird wildlife, with wetland bird species being the main attraction. The park boasts a incredible variety of species and from September to November the wetlands become a major migratory stopover for birds from China, Siberia and Northern Europe as they head south for the winter. It is also home to 3 different types of primate including the very cute Dusky langurs.
The name Khao Sam Roi Yot means 'The Mountain with Three Hundred Peaks', and it won't take you long to see how the name came about with the backdrop of the park being beautiful steep Limestone mountains.