The excursion starts from Ban Bor Thor, where the tourists can take a canoe through thepicturesque mangroves.
Ban Bor Thor is a small fishing village located in the Than Bok Khorani National Park, which has a complex system of rivers, bays and limestone caves. The village is one of the earliest places of human occupation in Thailand and is rich in archaeological treasures, artifacts and cave drawings. Many of these caves can only be reached by a kayak.
In Tham Lot you can row on one side of the limestone top through the tunnel on the other side. The tunnel gives you magnificent observations of stalactites and stalagmites. You can also see strange shapes of stones in the form of a mermaid, etc. It depends on your imagination.
Cave Pee Hua Toh, the cave is from the Carboniferous to the Permian period 2000 - 3000 yearsago. There are prehistoric wall paintings in the cave of more than 200 images, as well asstalactites, stalagmites and tubular stones. It has been reported that large human skulls have been found here, and why we call the cave "Pee Hua Toh", which means "Ghost Cave"
Lod cave North (Tam Lod Nuea), a short kayak through mangroves to this bend cave into limestone karst. Go through the cave and look at the impressive, stalagmites and stalactites.