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Hua Hin Family-friendly activities

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Hua Hin: Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand Full-Day Visit

1. Hua Hin: Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand Full-Day Visit

Meet your driver at your accommodation in Hua Hin, Cha-Am, Pran Buri or Phetchaburi and drive to the Wildlife Friends Foundation in Phetchaburi. When you arrive, meet and greet your guide for the day. Follow an informed guided tour around all areas of the center as you see some of the rescued animals, hear their stories, and learn why they are living at the center. At noon, enjoy lunch and refreshments including a Thai buffet looking over the large multi-species enclosure with elephants, gibbons, and other animals. The various meal options consist of vegan, vegetarian, and meat. After lunch, meet and feed one of the elephants. See how the volunteers at the elephant refuge go about their daily tasks. Learn about the elephant’s individual stories and personalities. Find out about the conservation issues that elephants face, and how they are exploited by tourist attractions, forced to carry lots of people and perform tricks – you will see none of this at the elephant refuge, where the elephant's natural behavior is of paramount importance. Finally, drive around the whole site and get to see the bears and monkeys enjoying their meal before the tour ends at approximately 3:30 PM. Your tour ends with a transfer back to your accommodation.

Hua Hin: Vana Nava One-Day Water Jungle Park Entrance Ticket

2. Hua Hin: Vana Nava One-Day Water Jungle Park Entrance Ticket

Spend the day cooling down at Asia’s first water jungle. With attractions suitable for all ages, make the experience as chill or thrill-seeking as you want it to be. Gain access to everything you need throughout the day with several amenities, such as restaurants, available to you. Come along with friends or family, with different areas of the waterpark offering fun, tailored experiences no matter what you’re looking for. Whether you want to be adventurous with the Master Blaster, Ropes Course or Freefall, or splash about with the family in the Infinity Pool or Lazy River, make the experience into a fun day for all. More than just a water park, you will be able to appreciate the tropical rainforest with 200,000 plants from all over Thailand occupying the large water park. Rides and attractions include: For adults: Abyss, Boomerango, Aquacourse, Freefall, Aqualoop, Inner-Tube, Rattler, Superbowl, and Master Blaster For families: Rainfortress, Kiddie Cove, Infinity Pool, Coconut Beach, Vana Nava Falls and Lazy River Kids Zone: VANA Wonderland Adventure Zone: Change Surf Zone, Ropes Course, and climbing wall

From Bangkok: Private Car Hire 10-Hours to Hua Hin

3. From Bangkok: Private Car Hire 10-Hours to Hua Hin

Enjoy driving to Hua Hin, one of the top tourist destinations of Thailand and explore its many attractions and activities. Discover the city, very close to Bangkok, with many incredible beaches, mountains, viewpoints, Temples, night markets, water parks, and fine diners for you to choose from. Choose a professional and convenient way to get to Hua Hin with a private driver and pickup from your hotel. Head to the city and step into the powdery sand beaches or delight in the numerous seaside Seafood restaurants. Step into a lively night market, get active on the beach, or head inland for some special cultural activities. Try golfing at some of Thailand's most renowned courses, or head down the coast at Takiab Bay for a seaside horseback ride. Visit a hilltop Buddhist Temple with a spectacular view or extend your visit with accommodation along the beach that ranges from simple guesthouses to luxury resorts. There, deeply relax with some of the finest spa-retreats in the world.

Hua Hin: Family Thai Food Tour with Local Guide

4. Hua Hin: Family Thai Food Tour with Local Guide

On this tour, you will be eating in some very local restaurants, where Thai families eat everyday, as well as to other venues that serve fantastic food that all the family can enjoy. This tour also includes some insights into Thai family culture and its relationship to food. As everyone loves noodles, we start the tour with Noodle Soup in a place where locals come to satisfy their appetites to start the day. Under their traditional 2 story Thai house there are 3 generations working. There are a steady stream of hungry customers dropping by for take away, or sitting at the tables slurping freshly made noodles suitable for all the family. We find street food vendors are a great way for families to experience Thai food, with everything from sweet to savoury snacks on offer. We find some roadside sweets being cooked the traditional way, as we sample Khao Lam • Sticky Rice Cooked In Bamboo or Gluay Thot • Succulent Fried Banana! Our next destination is a beautiful garden venue where we taste dishes from one of the most vibrant of Thailand's regions; Isaan • The NorthEast. Amongst other dishes, we will sample a Som Tam • Green Papaya Salad. This dish is fast becoming Thailand's national dish, as it is available everywhere. This mixed platter is about sampling the many different flavours on offer. We finish the tour at a relaxing location both kids and adults will love. The place is custom made for families to unwind and enjoy some fabulous sweet treats. Please Note: This tour requires a minimum of 3 paying guests to operate e.g. 1 Adult & 2 Children (6 - 11) or 2 Adults & 1 Child (6 - 11).

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What people are saying about Hua Hin

Great service, collected at my hotel and brought to the venue, our leader Natalie was very knowledgeable and interesting, my favourite are the elephants, so I was happy out - had a lively lunch, great day out and highly recommended

Fabulous day trip Sanctuary is wonderful So many saved animals Staff working hard to save lives Definitely worth a visit just to learn the truth about how these animals were treated. Natalie was our guide She was great

It was a very great and interesting, but also partly sad (due to the stories about the rescued animals) tour. The day trip is always worth it! We would do it again and again and also recommend it :)

Very interesting project and totale sensful. I am thinking about Staiing Over german Winter in Thailand . Thema i Would like to work there as a volonteer.

Such a fantastic experience, highly recommended! Harsh stories about the animals' past lives, but heartwarming to see them thrive and be happy.