Popular Phuket Trekking Tour Packages
|Elephant Trekking and Bamboo Rafting, Phuket Flat - 25% off||10H||₹ 2990||4.0 star|
|Experience Elephant Care in Phuket, Flat - 30% off||12H||₹ 3900||4.0 star|
|Elephant Jungle Sanctuary in Phuket - Flat 15% off||6H||₹ 4810||5.0 star|
|Khao Sok National Park Full-day Tour - Flat 27% off||12H||₹ 4930||4.0 star|
Phuket is one of the most singled out holiday sites for vacationers and hiking in Phuket through its virgin rainforests or sprawling, white beaches are just the cherry on top. The haunting charm of this virtually numinous rainforest area of SouthEast Asia is bound to cast a spell on the most dispassionate soul, let alone solitude seekers and adventure addicts. Whether you are a long term hitchhiker, a daft nomad or an organized honeymooner, Phuket has something for everyone to enjoy. The hiking trails of Phuket offer varied types of delightful experiences to the trekkers, each one varying in its environment, wildlife and other features from the other. While some of the trekking paths in Phuket make their way through the mossy forest floor, some others are sandy beach trails opening up to the azure blue sea. It is the one place in Thailand where you can treat your eyes on a number of spectacular waterfalls gushing down the cliffs of limestone rocks into massive pools where people indulge in fun activities. With some of the highest tree houses of the world, over-the-top beachside resorts, exotic Thai cuisines, mesmeric scenery and last but not the least amiable locals Phuket is chock-full with thousands of hikers and adventure buffs during the peak season. Most of the hikers could be spotted during the early hours of the day as travelling becomes difficult during the later part of the day when the mercury level shoots up.
Travelling to Phuket is never complete without hiking in the unknown tracks of this beautiful island country. Apart from the shadowy jungle trails and shimmering white beaches, Phuket is blessed with a number of parks, dams, and hills where no footprints of travellers could be found. Suan Luang Park, Bang Wad Reservoir and the Nai Harn Lake are some of the easily accessible hiking trails that remain crowded virtually round the year by the day-trippers who look forward to reveling in some outdoor activities during a trip. For the adrenaline junkies, The Big Buddha or Radar Hill can be the choicest hiking destinations where you will have to take a steep climb up the hilly terrain of Phuket. As you head on to an uphill journey through these hilly trails of Phuket, you will be drifted to a world of serenity and quietude from the hullabaloo of a bustling city.
Phuket is blessed with a plethora of natural bounty which has contributed to its booming tourism industry down the years. Whether for adventure activities or eventful nightlife, the small island country has everything to gratify your nomadic soul. Even for beginners who want to try something easy or get trained in Phuket hiking, the Nai Harn Lake at south Phuket is their ideal destination. The place gives an alternative view of this picture-perfect island country which is the ultimate refuge of wanderers and solitude-seekers provided they are ready to take an extra mile out of their comfort zones. Below we discuss some commonly asked questions by our travel experts to make your trip to Phuket exciting and exclusive: