Khao Lak is an area of outstanding beauty. Pure white beaches, cascading waterfalls, spectacular primary forest, idyllic lagoons, estuarine mangroves and wildlife abound.
Our featured resort in Khao Lak, The Sarojin, is surrounded inland by five spectacular and adventurous national parks, including the magnificent rain forests of Khao Lak and Khao Sok as well as one of Thailand’s largest natural mangrove ecosystems.
From London: 14 hours
UK passport holders can enter Thailand for 30 days without a visa.
Wet season – May to October In the wet season the highest average daytime temperature is 32C and the lowest average evening temperature is 24C. The months of June to August are milder. In late August the rainy monsoon weather increases with heavier downpours.
Dry season – November to February In summer the highest average daytime temperature is 34C and the lowest average evening temperature is 23C. The most popular time to visit is from November through to March.
Hot season – March to May The hottest months are normally during April and May, with temperatures reaching average highs of 34C and average lows of 23C, with wet thundery showers.
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