Phetchaburi River White Water Rafting
The Phetchaburi River is located in the western part of Thailand. The river has its source in the Kaeng Krachan National Park and then moves along the Kaeng Krachan district. The water body then meanders through the regions of Tha Yang, Ban Lat and Mueang Phetchaburi. It finally empties into the Bay of Bangkok located in the Ban Laem district. Making its way through almost 210 km, which mostly covers the Phetchaburi Province, the Phetchaburi River indeed runs through a wide area.
The water body runs along stunning lands, surrounding several kinds of colorful foliage and rich diversity of attractions. What’s more, the Phetchaburi River takes you through a wonderful rafting journey, which lasts for almost 6 hours. However, the time certainly depends on the speed of the river-currents. The rafting route is quite breathtaking, since it makes you float through the beautiful lush green forests and the picturesque villages of Thailand. Paddling along the tranquil waters of the river, you can surely feel the strength of amazing whitewaters running beneath your raft.
The Phetchaburi River will bring you loads of excitement and dramatic whitewater action, making your entire voyage quite an exhilarating experience! So, get set for your joy ride through the incredible torrents of the Phetchaburi River. But don’t forget to carry some food and refreshments along with you in the trip. These things will definitely keep you revitalized in your journey.
As the waters are quiet mild, it seems pretty easy to raft on through the peaceful torrents of the floating river. In case you are not much interested in whitewater rafting, you can plan for a camping expedition as well. While camping on the riverside, you can also move out on a rented bike and travel through various parts along the bravura river.