You can experience sea kayaking first hand. Sea kayak tours are a great way to enjoy the unique marine environment at Sam Roi Yot National Park located south of Pak Nam Pran. You will travel at a leisurely pace, exploring the shoreline and hidden caves accessible only by sea kayak, and enjoy the beautiful backdrop by the Sam Roi Yot mountain range. Sea kayaking is fun and easy to learn. You will be shown the basics at the start of the trip, such as paddling strokes and safety tips.
Escape from the stress of modern day life. Relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings while kayaking on the open sea and through the jungles of Thailand.
Thailand has 1,000 miles of coastline bordering the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, literally thousands of islands, countless beaches with crystal waters and superb coral reefs, hidden creeks and headlands meeting the sea and mystical sea mountains. All these combine with a tropical climate to create the world’s most stunning cruising waters.
Thailand has some of the most exciting gamefishing sites in Asia. Marlin, sailfish, tuna, huge garoupa and every kind of shark imaginable are a boat ride from shore. Night fishing is also available which is a perfect sunset experience. At night just off the shores of Pak Nam Pran you can see many fishing boats with green fluorescent lights that attract squid and other fish. Fish for squid and small grouper and red snapper under the expertise of the local fishermen. You will be amazed by the catch. Night fishing trips are available through local travel agencies.
There are a number of fishing lodges and small resorts specializing in fishing activities. Lakes at the resorts are full of fish, including great sporting fish such as Barramundi, Amazon Red-tail, Siamese Carp, Giant Mekong Catfish, Arapaima, Marbled Tiger Catfish, St Julien’s Golden Prize Carp and many many more.