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Khaolak-Lumru National Park, Takua Pa

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  • Took the opportunity to visit this nice National Park one day when we had a little less Sun. Takes about 2 hours to get through the whole route if it stops for a moment on the small sandy beach when they finally reached it. Pretty tricky and very up and down on small paths and over tree roots and branches. Looked beautiful butterflies and lizards. When we arrived to the cozy beach so we had it all to ourselves. Well worth a visit!
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  • First, thanks to mkUrlauber for the tip! Are also from Sunset Beach over the rocks at the small beach... along the sea in the direction of national park... somewhat uneven but climbing was fun, of course, only what people who are walking, I was barefoot that best... then went behind designated mini camping instead at a small Bay just the way follow and you are in it and it saves the 200 Barth per person... the magnificent Beach in the Bay was worth...
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  • Unique nature. Dense jungle and mega trees. A small lone sandy beach can be reached from the main street waiting at the end of the trail. Unfortunately. Best get up early and enjoy the solitude. Absolutely boots! Who breaks the knuckles there so quickly no longer comes out. If it is you can go then midday or afternoon still to the waterfall. Because saves you the entrance fee of 200 baht per long-nose. Taxi from there directly will cost CA 350 baht.
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  • Beautiful piece of the country with fun hiking trails, trails are steep and can be muddy and slippery so some athleticism is required. We hiked out to the beach and swam in the beautiful warm and clear waters. There is a tiny "cafe" on the beach where we grabbed a drink and an ice cream while the rain came down for a brief spell. Lovely experience overall.
  • 200 baht per person, great hiking, better have good shoes (more comfortable!). The beach is nice. The view point is accessible, and I would say I worth it. I still think that 200 baht are a little high, but... nice park anyway.
  • The park is within walking or very short drive distance from number of hotels and resorts. Short 90 min hike (round trip) thru jungle and beach is much and brings much satisfaction
  • great hike, tones of awsome views and a nice sand beach.
  • You like hiking? With jungle like environment? But you do not like to drive too much, then go here.