Free Hotel Pickup
Join me in this trip, and I'll take you to an amazing cave that once used to be in the ocean. Let's track the traces of sea shells and coral reefs from more than thousands of years ago in this cave. Believe it or not, you will also see a 4000 year-old skeleton of a hermit!
History & Culture
Meet up at our meeting point
- Railway Station (Pak Chong Railway Station)
- Hotel lobby (in Nakhon Ratchasima area)
We arrive at Wat Tam Kaew Salapatnuke, where we'll explore an ancient underwater cave. This unmissable miracle from nature is so fantastic, as it has been existing for more than a thousand years! Here you can find things such as coral fossil and seashell. Unbelievable, isn't it!
Let's enjoy some lunch with local food!
Next, I'll take you to go to a market to go shopping for some fresh fruits. The fruits here in this market come from famous farms, and I highly recommend the Custard Apple that has its own distinct flavor that you can't miss!
The trip ends now, and I'll be taking you back to the hotel. Thank you for joining me!
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are excluded
More details about price conditions
your pocket money
you can meet amazing cave once upon a time this place ever is the ocean you will see sea shell and coral has aged more than 20000 years ago in this cave besides you will see with 1000 year skeleton of a hermit
money for lunch
- Hotel Pickup in Nakhon Ratchasima Area
- Pak Chong Railway Station
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March 25, 2018
The tour is okay, but I can not recommend!
The tour guide is a nice and friendly person and the pick up and organisation went well. We also saw an elephant. :) But to our surprise the entrance fee to the NP was not included in the package. The tour is cheaper than others and in my opinion that has a reason. It was not very informative and her english pronunciation is not good. I have no experience with an other tour company but I am sure some guides of them have way more knowledge about the NP. I can recommend to pay a little bit more money to get a better tour.
March 25, 2018