Offsite Excursion Adventures
Allow our Experiences Team to show you all the wonderful off-site excursions which Pranburi has to offer. Ranging from great waterfalls to delicious local wine tastings.
Sam Roi Yod National Park
“Three Hundred Peaks” (Sam Roi Yod) is a fascinating area of limestone mountains, caves, beaches, islands and marshy wetlands that is home to a great variety of plants, birds and some endangered animals. Between September and November, hundreds of migratory shore birds from Siberia, China, and Northern Europe arrive at the mudflats to feed and rest, before continuing their southern journey.
The Mrigadayavan Summer Palace
This short visit takes you through a beautiful and pleasant journey into history and nature. King Rama VI built a beautiful palace (1926) as he was looking for a place to relax and spend his summers. Today, this palace is open to the public and is located on the beach.
Hua Hin Discovery
The Thai Royal Family has been coming to Hua Hin for many years, which is essentially a relaxing and quiet seaside region that is popular with all families. The Discovery Tour will take you to Hua Hin market; stop off at the old Hua Hin Railway Station – worth a look for its beautiful red and white waiting sala, built exclusively to receive Royalty visiting Hua Hin; the King’s Summer Palace (Mrigadayavan) in Cha-Am, built by King Rama VI in 1926, right on the beach; and the last stop on the tour is Khao Takiab (chopstick mountain), the famous headland of Hua Hin.
Kui Buri National Park
12 families, or 230 elephants roam the wild of Kui Buri National Park. Sitings are not guaranteed – but if you are lucky, it's a magical experience.