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In the area around Khanom there is plenty of beautiful nature, temple's and view points to enjoy, but nothing is even close to match these mighty caves! Everything is free, but with that said you should tip the guide! To get to the cave you...More
Incredible gem where it's donation based with great tour guides. Highly recommend tipping the tour guides and giving a donation to keep the place going. The cave is the 4th largest in Thailand, goes 500m deep and it is still living. There are 3 types...More
We arrived with our rollers and got service straight away. Helpful men came from their booth to greet us and show us where to park. They explained their ways and rules: we were given helmets and flashlights; then a volunteer guide took us to the...More
We visited the cave with zero expectation just it is on the way back to our hotel. Turn out it is the highlight of our khanom trip. Some spot on routes need bending and crawling, to see the hidden large hall behind. If you like...More
The cave is a nice to see if you are in Khanom. It is very humid inside and it is sometimes a bit narrow.
You can see bats in there which was really cool.
The people there are very friendly. We were there on mothers...More
Once you get close the caves are well sign posted but we needed sat nav help to get that far. The drive from Khanom also takes you down a pretty road covered by a canopy of rubber trees. You need to climb about 100 fairly...More
You should try this during your stay in Khanom: quite an adventure! Our guide was very friendly and helpful. Wear good shoes because it can be slippery inside. One of us had difficulties with flip-flops. Sneakers are ok.
The route to the caves was nice...More