Duration: 5 Hours Overview: Hua Hin Hills is the first boutique vineyard near the seaside town of Hua Hin. Operated by Siam Winery, it produces grapes for the 'New Latitude' wines that are arousing interest amongst drinkers. Plantings include Pinot Noir, Mourvedre, Albarinho and Torrontes amongst others. On arrival, visitors are served fresh grape juice and cold towel at the Sala Terrace, with a view of the vines and the surrounding hills. A video show illustrates the wine-making process. Take a a guided walk amongst the vines or an elephant ride. Wine-tasting is also offered, and purchases can be made at the wine shop, including award-winning bottles of Monsoon Valley White Shiraz and Fortified Muscat (whilst stocks last). Enjoy a 3 course meal and the view of the hills.
Kayak through the Mangroves
Duration: 6 Hours Overview: Depart south for Khao Sam Roi Yot the first coastal national park in Thailand. Pass through a rural area of pineapple plantations, coconut groves and tiger prawn and fish farms. Visit a pineapple plantation, continue to the National Park Centre and take a short walk along the natural trail. Arrive at the kayaking camp to paddle along the Khao Daeng canal, with a magnificent backdrop of limestone mountains. The surrounding wild mangrove forest is host to up to 300 species of bird and several mammals - commonly sighted are macaques, much harder to see is the rare fishing cat. Before returning to your hotel, lunch is served at a local restaurant.
Pala-U Waterfall Tour
Duration: 7 Hours 30 Minutes Overview: Take this tour to the Tennaserim mountain range on the Thai - Burma border in the jungle west of Hua Hin. Stop by a pineapple plantation and continue to Pala U Waterfall in Kaeng Krachan National Park, the largest in Thailand. Follow a nature trail in the rain forest up to the waterfall and enjoy swimming and relaxing in the beautiful natural surroundings. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant, before the return to Hua Hin.
Sam Roi Yod National Park Tour
Duration:7 Hours 30 Minutes Overview: A one hour drive south to Sam Roi Yot National Park is the first marine national park in Thailand. The name means "Three Hundred Peaks", describing the mountain chain that runs along this part of the coast. Drive by pineapple and coconut plantations to Bang Phu fisherman village then board a long-tail boat for the beach below Phraya Nakorn Cave. Climb the hill to Phraya Nakorn Cave and see a beautiful Royal Pavilion built for the visit of King Rama V in 1890. Swim and relax on the beach and return by boat. Lunch will be served at a restaurant before returning to the hotel.
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