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Adventure and Eco-tourism > Cave Exploration

Cave Exploration in Thailand

There are caves a plenty in Thailand to explore... You will be amazed what you can find in some of them... A very unique experience!
 

Must see

Thailand hosts some fascinating caves to explore, many found in the kingdom's National Parks. All over the country, from Chiang Dao in the north to the very southern tip of the kingdom, caves are revered as magical and mystical places. Many caves are actually active temples and provide the venue for meditation retreats and other Buddhist activities. The rock formations in many of the kingdom's caves are quite remarkable - thousands of years of wear have moulded natural sculptures from stalagmites and stalactites, and some caves even house rivers and ponds.

If you are in Thailand on a short trip try to explore some of the country's most important caves.


Mae Hong Son
Tham Lot

If you are interested in caves and their history, you have a treat here. Tham Lot is massive and some of it remains unexplored. A number of items (pottery, etc.) offer evidence the system was once ...
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Worth seeing

Thailand hosts some fascinating caves to explore, many found in the kingdom's National Parks. All over the country, from Chiang Dao in the north to the very southern tip of the kingdom, caves are revered as magical and mystical places. Many caves are actually active temples and provide the venue for meditation retreats and other Buddhist activities. The rock formations in many of the kingdom's caves are quite remarkable - thousands of years of wear have moulded natural sculptures from stalagmites and stalactites, and some caves even house rivers and ponds.

If you are in Thailand on a longer trip you might want to explore some more of the country's caves.


Chiang Mai
Chiang Dao Cave

The Peak of Doi Chiang Dao Mountain is 2225 meters above sea level making it one of Thailand's highest mountains. Although impressive in its own right, and playing host to a number of sites worthy ...
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Chiang Rai
Tham Luang Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park

'Tham Luang Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park' (Tham Luang Khun Nam Nang Non) is located near Pong Pha village close to the border town of Mae Sai in Chiang Rai - Thailand's northernmost province. As w...
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Krabi
Tham Pee Hua Toe

Tham Pee Hua Toe (Big-headed Ghost Cave) is Krabi's most famous cave and a place you would leave from to get to Lot Cave only 500 meters away. Tham Pee Hua Toe is about 6 Kilometers from the Than ...
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Mae Hong Son
Tham Mae Lana

Located in Pang Mapha, Tham Mae Lana Cave offers stalactites and stalagmites but is significantly less impressive than its neighbour Tham Lot. Nevertheless it's a worthwhile visit if you have the t...
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