Adventure in Thailand

 Thailand is brimming with opportunities for exploration, excitement and exploits.

Adventure in Thailand

 Thailand is brimming with opportunities for exploration, excitement and exploits.

Are you ready for the
ultimate adrenaline rush?

These are the crazy extreme adventures not to miss in Thailand.

Adventure on Land

Visiting an elephant sanctuary

Have you dreamed of interacting and “bathing” elephants? Knowing that they are not being exploited? Then you should absolutely visit an elephant sanctuary.
When visiting an elephant sanctuary you are able to observe and interact with the elephants in their natural environment.

If you visit an elephant sanctuary you’re able to observe the elephants in a natural environment.
You will get to witness their normal life and behaviour, get up close and personal and have an experience of a lifetime.

Where to do it: Chiang Mai , Phuket, Krabi, Koh Samui, Khao Sok, Pattaya.

Jungle Trekking

Adventure in the Thai jungle.

Serene jungle, stunning sunsets, secluded waterfalls, isolated villages and plentiful beers, if this sounds exciting, then you have to experience jungle trekking in the North of Thailand.

Where to do it: Chiang Mai


Since ancient times, caves have long been in the life of Thai people due to their dependence on natural resources. According to historical evidence, caves were inhabited by humans or “cave men” and were used for many purposes. Because of their distinctive characteristics and myths, caves have inevitably become attractive destinations for tourists who thirst for adventure and challenge.

Kanchanaburi, Trang, Satun, Mae Hong Song

Rock Climbing

Thailand is a gem for hardcore and beginner rock climbing enthusiasts. Make your way to the islands Railey and Ton Sai where you can find the most amazing crystal clear waters accompanied by impressive limestone cliffs that tower over you.

Again, the courses vary in height and you can either get a guide to help you out for the day or you can also just rent equipment for those that are slightly more advanced. Just the sheer thought of swinging and climbing from one rock to the other while you’re suspended high up is enough to get me excited!

Where to do it: Head on to the Province of Krabi. When you get there, you can either stay in Ao Nang and make trips to either Railey or Ton Sai.

Bungee Jumping

It is time to conquer your fears and jump in many of Thailand’s available bungy jumps designed to get you excited and pumped. Visit the highest Bungy Jump in Thailand in Pattaya Bungy Jump which is comprised of an exceptional team of jump masters that are there to guide you.

In Pattaya, you can jump along with your family and friends, unwind at the bar on site and watch your jumping session on the big screen for as long as you want. Apart from being the highest one in Pattaya, there are surprisingly loads of other places where you can get your adrenaline fix from.

Where you can do it: Pattaya, Koh Samui, Phuket, Chiang Mai.

Adventure in Water

Scuba diving

Thailand is a hotspot for scuba diving! With 349 named dive sites, warm water, and cheap courses many divers head to Thailand to start their scuba adventures. But, where exactly in Thailand should you go to scuba dive?

Where to do it: Koh Lipe, Phuket, Koh Tao, Phi Phi, Similian Island, Khao Lak, Krabi.


Thailand is one of the most popular destinations for marine lovers who love snorkeling. Explore the beauty that lies beneath the ocean surface.

Where to do it: The Similan islands, Koh Wai, Koh Lanta, Surin Islands, Krabi.

Sea Kayaking

Sea Kayaking is one of the best ways you can explore nearby islands. Hire yourself goggles a snorkel and fins and you can jump off at a nearby island, leave the kayak on the beach and snorkel around the island.

Where to do it: Krabi, Phi Phi Island, Phuket, Koh Toa, Ao Nang

White Water Rafting

There are many places where you can go white water rafting in Thailand. The rapids range from anything from level 1 to level five. For a trip of the lifetime, try out the rafting expeditions set amongst rich tropical forests, wild animals, bamboo camps, and flowing rivers which is offered by a lot of tour providers around Northern Thailand.

Things to consider when choosing where to go white water rafting is the class and level of rapids and when to do it as in some parts, white water rafting isn’t available all year round. You can go rafting for as long as 6 hours or even overnight trips or short and sweet 2 hour trips.

Where to do it: Pai, Chiang Mai, Chumpon and other places in Northern Thailand

Adventure in The Sky

Sky Diving

Skydiving in Thailand? Yes! There are a variety of companies who offer this heart-pumping activity. There are jump points both in Bangkok and Pattaya for those that are keen to try it out.

Most of the companies are Western run so safety is a top priority. Apart from tandem jumps, they also do full certification courses for those who are eager to take their adventurous streak to the next level.

Where you can do it: Bangkok, Pattaya, near Udon Thani



There are very little things that you can compare to the adrenaline and enjoyment of kiting on a good day. The wind, the sunshine, and the fun waves to ride.

If you love surfing and other water sports, try your luck at kiteboarding. Luckily, Thailand has a lot of places where you can try out kiteboarding as it has such the ideal climate along with strong vigorous winds.

Where to do it: kiteboarding lessons/schools in:
Pattaya, Hua Hin, Koh Samui, Phuket and Koh Phangan

Zip Lining

Ever dreamed of flying? Well, to us, the zip lining is probably as good as it gets. Not only are they a lot of fun but the multi-tiered platforms and of zip lines and sky bridges amidst the beautiful stunning forest is an experience that we highly recommend.

You can opt to join multi-day tours where you combine ziplining with white water rafting, Segway tours, kayaking or rock climbing. Alternatively, you can also just spend a couple of hours zipping from one treetop to the next enjoying the lush green exotic forests.

Where you can do it: Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Pattaya, Koh Phangan

Famous Adventure Destinations


Pai is a beautiful town in the Mae Hong Soon Province of northern Thailand. It sits in a valley on the banks of the Pai River. It’s known for its nearby gorges, hot springs like the Tha Pai Hot Spring and waterfalls like Mo Paeng Waterfall.

Downtown, food stalls and handicraft shops line Pai Walking Street.

Chiang Mai

The gorgeous region of Chiang Mai lends itself beautifully to the role of introducing our TEFL students to local living. One of the main concerns for prospective students is whether or not they will feel comfortable in an unfamiliar environment; though you can rest assured that as far as learning the TEFL in Thailand is concerned: Chiang Mai is an excellent place to start!

The largest city in Northern Thailand. Chiang Mai is a beautiful city of many different activities, from colourful hill tribes, peaceful temples to misty mountains, elephant sanctuaries and jungle trekking. Chiang Mai is a playground for TEFL teachers, offering so many amazing experiences. You can expand your horizons with a Thai cooking course, Thai massages, shopping sprees at the many markets and street stalls, indulge in the lively nightlife that caters to all, from dance, to jazz, to rock and roll, Chiang Mai has bars and clubs that cater for everyone.

Entrust TEFL offers the course in Chiang Mai: You will spend three weeks exploring Chiang Mai’s city, you will have an opportunity and time to experience the nightlife, the culture and added in the course is visiting an elephant sanctuary, jungle trekking, visiting Doi Suthep temple, visiting a local hill tribe market and a butterfly orchid, waterfall hike, white river rafting, visiting Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden and the Hmong hill tribe.


Phuket, one of the world’s most famous beach destinations, is a rainforested, mountainous island in the Andaman Sea, has some of Thailand’s most popular beaches, mainly situated along the clear waters of the western shore. The island is home to many high-end seaside resorts, spas and restaurants. Phuket City, the capital, has old shophouses and busy markets. Patong, the main resort town, has many nightclubs, bars and discos.

Phuket has fine white sands, nodding palm trees and lively towns. There is something for every taste and budget. You can take an exhilarating speedboat trip to the many nearby tropical paradises, including the famous Phi Phi Islands, or enjoy a serene cruise around the mystical Phang Nga Bay. Phuket is blessed with more than 30 amazing beaches to choose from. Patong Beach, Kata, Karon and Kamala have always been the most popular, but the north of the island reveals some hidden gems for travellers searching for a more romantic atmosphere.

Things you must do while in Phuket: Sea Kayaking, Snorkeling, scuba diving, trip to Phi Phi Islands, visit the Phuket big buddha, spend a night on Bangla Road.

Railay, Krabi

Railay is the most famous destination for rock climbing in southern Thailand. Railay, also known as Rai Leh, is a large peninsula between the city of Krabi and Ao Nang in Thailand. It is accessible only by boat due to high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access.

Things you must do while on Railay: Visit Ton Sai, sea kayaking, snorkeling, rock climbing, visit the bars and clubs on Ton Sai.

Things you must do while on Railay: sea kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving.

Koh Tao

Koh Tao is located on the east side of the Surat Thani coastline with two neighbouring islands, Koh Phangan and Koh Samui. Koh Tao in English, means ‘Turtle Island’ for the island’s connection with its being inhabited by sea turtles. Though they are not as plentiful as in the past, nowadays you can still find green and hawksbill turtles in some areas such as Thian Og Bay. The island’s shape is also thought to resemble a turtle when viewed from Koh Phangan.

The island’s natural beauty both above and below the water, with its stunning coral reefs and abundant marine life in clear, warm water, bring thousands of visitors to Koh Tao each year making it an unforgettable destination for divers, adventurers and travellers alike. This, combined with the relaxed atmosphere and life style, has been attracting people here for over 40 years and is now a warm second home for many. Koh Tao has developed in many ways, and with its thriving diving industry, is now one of the leading centres for dive education in the world.