Do you fancy having a day in authentic Thailand, far from the touristy areas, exploring nature and avoiding big group activities?? Well of course you do!!
Here you can balance yourself through an assortment of games and obstacles such as rope bridges, tightropes:
flying bicycles, monkey bars:
air surfing, flying skateboards, spider webs, broomsticks(!), rock climbing:
zip lining and an assortment of cool bridges:
All whilst wearing state of the art equipment. Tree Top Adventure Park Krabi is actually very focussed on safety:
Before you can start the course, you are given an excellent safety briefing on how to use the equipment. This is then reinforced on a practice course, very close to the ground. This introduction works really well, some people like to be told instructions, and other people like to be shown them - Tree Top Adventure Park caters for both.
There are double slings on your harness to ensure that you are always attached to the safety line. This is really important, we've been on one adventure course in the past (in Germany) where there was only on sling, which meant that on certain points of the course you were not attached!! Tree Top Adventure Park knows that this is a serious risk and thus they make sure you have two.
A couple of qualified instructors supervised us throughout the activities. They were perfect - we didn't feel like they were 'in the way' but they were always definitely aware and made sure you were safe.
Although we were looking forward to our trip with Tree Top Adventure Park, we were slightly worried about the heat. As we were in Krabi in February, the average temperature was 35 degrees Celsius, and we were barely walking down the street without sweating and needing a lie down: how were we going to climb around for half a day?!
Luckily, Tree Top Adventure Park has it covered - literally! - it is ideally located: almost hidden by a dense jungle canopy and surrounded by immense limestone cliffs (called karsts).
The dense canopy is perfect, it's ridiculously beautiful, it's the place to catch a glimpse of monkeys and as the hot sun isn't able to blaze down on you, it means that it's cool enough for you to start climbing.
It really made the temperature very comfortable, and we considered coming back another day just to hang out!
Once you reach the higher climbing levels though, you are able to break through the canopy and be rewarded with the fabulous views:
Thai lunch, drinking water, fruit snacks and round trip transfer to your hotel are included in both the half day and full day courses.
The Thai lunch was both filling and delicious:
But what if you are scared of heights?
Whilst the easy course is well, easy, Tree Top Adventure Park quickly gets higher and higher and becomes more thrilling and exciting:
Disclaimer: Travelling Weasels were invited as guests as Tree Top Adventure Park. However, all opinions are our own and we would never recommend anything we haven't tried and loved.
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