National Park Fees – How Much Are They?

National Park Fees – How Much Are They?

National Park Fees – How Much Are They?

Last updated on January 5, 2024 By

There are more than 140 national parks in Thailand, all offering an authentic menu of adventures so that you can experience the landscapes, wildlife, and nature of Thailand in all its glory, depending on which one you are visiting.

When visiting Phuket or it’s surrounding island there would be a number of national parks which you may like to explore.  The most popular national parks are:

National Park Fee: The National Park Fee at Phi Phi is 400 THB Per Adult and 200 THB Per Child.

What To Expect: The Phi Phi islands are an archipelago of 6 islands, with the 2 main islands being Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh. These picture postcard islands are excellent tropical getaways in Southeast Asia and are one of the most popular private Phuket boat tours.

Phi Phi has pristine beaches, stunning limestone rock formations, and clear turquoise waters teeming with colourful sea life.

Phi Phi Don is the largest and most populated island of the 6. The second largest island, Ko Phi Phi Le is visited by many people and does have stunning beaches, and the other 4 islands which are not much more than large limestone rocks jutting out of the sea, such as Bida Nok, Bida Nai, and Bamboo Island.

What can you see and do in Phi Phi?

Pileh Lagoon – This stunning inlet is found near the equally stunning Maya Bay beach. It is among the most beautiful places to visit in Thailand. It can get quite busy as you can only access Pileh lagoon during certain tide times.

Monkey Beach – Monkey Beach is located in Yong Kasem Bay; on the west coast of the larger Island of Phi Phi Don. Just be careful as the monkeys can be very naughty and are used to people so don’t show much fear.

Camel Rock – A rock that looks like a camel, hence the name Camel Rock

Viking Cave – Viking Cave is one of the most notable natural sites on Koh Phi Phi Leh. Located at the bottom of a tall limestone cliff it is home to a colony of swiftlets which are the birds that produce the nests for birds nest soup. The harvest of bird’s nests is rather a risky job – scaffolds are built with bamboo, on which the hunters climb in the dark to collect these valuable nests.

Viking Cave owes its name to the paintings found in the cave – they represent various types of boats, including what resembles a Scandinavian Drakkar (Viking ship)

National Park Fee: The National Park Fee at James Bond Island is 300 THB Per Adult and 150 THB Per Child.

What To Expect: For fans of the iconic spy franchise, the James Bond Island Phang Nga Bay tour is a must. Explore Phang Nga Bay and witness the distinctive limestone karsts that served as a backdrop for the James Bond movie “The Man with the Golden Gun.” Kayak through sea caves at Hong Island, visit the floating village at Ko Panyee, and soak in the natural beauty that surrounds you.

But there is so much more to Phang Nga Bay than just James Bond Island.

With lofty limestone karsts and a myriad of islands (over 40), the scenery in Phang Nga Bay is stunning. It’s not just the stunning islands that all shoot up from the emerald waters, it’s the caves, the caverns, and the hidden lagoons that all help make Panag Nga Bay something truly special.

  • Ice Cream Cave
  • Bat Cave
  • Oyster Cave
  • Mangrove Lagoon
  • Or how about a game of football on a floating pitch at the floating village of Ko Panyee, and after you have built up an appetite you can enjoy some fresh seafood at the floating village.

National Park Fee: The National Park Fee at Krabi Island is 400 THB Per Adult and 200 THB Per Child.

What To Expect:  Koh Hong is off the east coast of Phuket, in fact Koh Hong is closer to Krabi than it is to Phuket. Koh Hong island is known for its stunning natural beauty, soft white sand, and sparkling, crystal clear waters, making it a one-of-a-kind place for relaxation and island adventure.

Koh Hong had a view point added to it during the pandemic and this is a must do experience climbing to see a beautiful view of the surrounding islands.

National Park Fee: The national park fee at Similan is 500 THB per Adult and 250 THB per Child. Payment is made in cash on the day to the Park Rangers.

What To Expect: This is one of the best-known island groups in this area, and its fame is heavily due to having some of the most spectacular coral reefs in the world. When you first come to these islands, you will see huge boulders sitting on the shores on several of the islands, and these create a distinctive feature for this area.

The beaches are snow white, with soft sand and are perfect for enjoying a lunch picnic or just to relax upon. You can often enjoy a deserted beach just to yourselves here.

National Park Fee: The National Park Fee at Koh Ha and Koh Rok Island is 500 THB Per Adult and 250 THB Per Child.

What To Expect: Thailand is renowned for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant marine life. Among the numerous breathtaking islands in the country, Koh Rok and Koh Ha stand out as true gems in the Andaman Sea. These islands, part of the Mu Koh Lanta National Park, offer an enchanting escape for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

Snorkeling at Koh Ha reveals a mesmerizing world of colorful coral formations, swaying sea fans, and an array of marine species. Keep an eye out for curious clownfish, graceful sea turtles, and schools of tropical fish dancing in harmony. The underwater tunnels and caves add an extra layer of excitement if you want to grab some diving gear and dive.

Koh Ha and Koh Rok are two hidden paradises in Thailand that offer unforgettable experiences for divers, snorkelers, and nature enthusiasts. Their stunning underwater worlds, serene beaches, and lush landscapes make them must-visit destinations for anyone seeking a slice of tropical heaven in the Andaman Sea. Just remember to treat these natural wonders with care and respect to ensure they remain pristine for years to come.

So how does this work? Well simple!

When you arrive at the 5 Star Marine pier at Boat lagoon Marina you will be met by your guide who will help you plan your tour. Once you know where you are going, and more to the point, which National Parks you will be going into, the guide will work out the fees, and all you do is pay our office team cash.

If you do not have cash you can pay it as part of your tour fee to us. Please note card payments attract a 3% credit card fee. Please take note that the national park fee is not included in your quoted price. Payment is in cash on the day of the tour. Payment should be made to your guide who will organize your national park ticket.