Visiting Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park

Beach at Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park

So after traveling in North Thailand we did travel to Hua Hin and from there we headed more south to Chomphon. And on the way, just 20km south of Hua Hin, we did visit this beautiful seaside National Park. The name means something like "300 Rocky Yot mountains". From Bang Po beach we took a small longtail boat to Leam Sala Beach. This boat trip takes only 10min but you will have to walk thru the water a bit. The beach is the entrance to the National Park, so here you will have to pay entrance fee. From this stunning beach you can take a walking trail to the famous Phraya Nakhon Cave.

A part of our group did stay at the beach and relaxed while enjoying the view. Others did walk to the cave, what will take about 90min. After that we all had a lunch at the restaurant on the beach. After lunch we took the boat back again and continued our trip to Chumphon where we did stay at the beautiful "Novotel Chumphon Resort".

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