Saraburi Adventure

“We’re the leader of outdoor adventure in Thailand”

Our Objective
Saraburi Adventure is a dynamic corporate experiential training , Adventure Travel  Adventure skill development and event management company. Based in Thailand. We are dedicated to providing quality outdoor training services to local and international corporations  throughtout the region.
Saraburi Adventure ‘s high level of Creativity, Diversity and Safety allows for programs that are both fun and a valuable learning experience.
Teambuilding Events

Saraburi Adventure’s teambuilding events range from short conference energizer sessions to multi-day dynamic teambuilding events. We have a high lavel of creativity, which enables us to add variations to existing activities or develop new exciting products to meet our clients’s need

Youth Program

The management team of Saraburi Adventure has many years experience in the development and delivery of both school and open enrollment programs. The company offers a range of outdoor adventure experiential learning programs in Thailand. Saraburi Adventure has organized programs for many top of company in Thailand, and specializes in innovative, customized programs for each organization.
Key to our success

  • Ensuring a highly stimulating and interactive environment to engage students of all learning styles.
  • Diversity of program structure to suit all ages and levels of ability.
  • Promotion of experiential learning & learn by doing!
  • Students are encouraged to challenge themselves and learn the value of risk taking and thinking laterally.
  • Highly qualified and experienced facilitators who are also skilled in observing group processes and who place emphasis on team building and the importance of the roles of all members of a team.
  • All lead facilitators first aid trained and qualified. Programs equipped with first aid resources which are available at each activity site.
  • High staff to student ratio.
  • Use of dynamic, creative review techniques & students are also encouraged to challenge themselves through the reflection and review process.
  • Variety of locations & programs are based at selected locations in Thailand ensuring the highest quality of adventure and cultural experience.

General information

  • Program options include residential, non-residential or combination of both
  • Residential program accommodations may include:       
    • Hostel
    • Guest House
    • Camping
  • Single or multi-day day programs     
  • School  term programs
  • Holiday period open enrollment programs
  • Possible themes to incorporate in your adventure program:
    • Local Culture
    • Local History
    • Environmental awareness
    • Flora and fauna
    • Survival skills
    • Adventure Racing
    • Physical education program supplement
    • Outdoor Adventure Activities
Young Adventures Program

  • Progressive adventure based educational experience for children in the 8 to 18 years age range
  • Skill development (such as balance, postural control, spatial awareness) and self-confidence
  • Introduction to team building and team performance
  • Appreciating the differences in abilities in others
  • Learning the value of discussion, reflection and activity review
  • Adventure activities include orienteering, rock climbing, abseiling, raft construction, caving, Archery, Paint Ball, Quad, Whitewater Kayak, Rafting, Rope Challenge, Canyoning etc.

Sample Programs and Location
  • Cliffs Challenge  challenge yourself with the thrill of rock climbing, abseiling, canyoning and other high adventure activities.
  • Caving  discover the fun of underground world  and navigating in the darkness.
  • Action Sport Challenge challenge your team work and yourself with the game of corporate  Paint ball, archery and throw axe.
  • Whitewater Sport Challenge  Rafting & kayaking
  • Jungle Adventure Discovery Khao Yai National Park “The world Heritage Site of Thailand” adventure in the jungle Trekking, wildlife observation, night safari
  • X-Adventure combine the best outdoor action sports available in Hong Kong and Macau for an unforgettable adventure.
Saraburi Adventure organizes small group adventure travel programs to several locations in Thailand.  Our focus is to provide a safe, fun adventure travel holiday experience that combines the history, culture, and best adventure locations of a particular region.  Trips are normally 1-3 days, but can be longer if requested.

One of our top adventure travel destinations is Saraburi, Lopburi, Nakhonayok, Autthaya,  Kanchanaburi.  Participants are guided on a beautiful  Places, journey to visiting  historical sites and natural world heritage site of Thailand  local villages along the way. No previous Adventure experience required.

Adventure Skill Course

Saraburi Adventure offers many outdoor skills courses each year,  workshops to First Aid & CPR programs.

We also specialize in courses and training programs that are custom designed for an individual, group, or company’s needs.  If you have a group of people who want to learn a particular skill, let us know and we can organize a customized course for you.

If you are interested in receiving updates on future skills courses we plan to organize please email us at  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it   For more information on courses we offer please click on courses below:
  • Adventure Skills
  • Rock Climbing
  • Rope Rescue
  • Kayaking
  • Jungle Navigation & Orienteering
  • Basic & Technical Caving
  • Archery
  • Survival Skill
Adventure Skills Level 1

This course is for individuals who would like to become more confident traveling through technical outdoor landscapes or improve their adventure rope skills.  The course focuses on abseiling, fixed-line travel, climbing, scrambling, and other rope skills.

Climbing Level 1

Participants will be introduced to the art of climbing(Top Rope) and the techniques of the sport while also gaining a L1 sport climbing certification.  This 4-day course is a must for beginners who wish to learn about this exciting sport.
Climbing Level 2 

This course is for intermediate climbers who want to take their climbing to the next level. In this 4-day course, participants will learn how to lead climb, develop their technique and strategy, as well as gain a Level 2 sport climbing certification.  The course will be held on both artificial walls and real rock.

Kayaking Level 1

This two day workshop is an introduction to the basic skills of kayaking.  Participants will learn how to navigate their craft using various strokes and learn the key skills enabling them to be safe on the water. 

Kayaking Level 2

This 2-day program (held in Nakhonayok or Saraburi Province) is designed to develop an individual’s kayaking skills  in flat-stream to Moving water environment(Base on Slalom technique).  Participants will have the opportunity to refine existing paddling skills and be coached in more advanced techniques like breaking in and out,  eddy turn, S -turn, ferry gliding, and downriver.  Participants will also be introduced to basic river rescue techniques.
Eskimo roll Workshop

2 day program (held in Nakhonayok or Saraburi Province) is designed to develop an individual’s kayaking skills in Eskimo roll technique & Whitewater skill.
Navigation Level 1

This 1 day workshop introduces you to the art of navigating in the outdoors.  We will start with the basics and build a sound grounding for participants, enabling you to have a clear understanding of map & compass usage, six figure grid references, contours, 3d to 2d referencing, etc.

Navigation Level 2

Building on the Navigation 1 workshop, participants in this one day and evening course will gain further knowledge in the art of navigating and develop a keen eye to referencing the land to the map and vice versa.  Further use of the compass, bearings and triangulation will be explored, as well as, an insight into micro / night navigation.

Saraburi Adventure Camp

Skill Training

Time limit

Kayak Clinic(Touring, White water ,Flat water)
> 1
4 hr.
Introductory Kayak
(Open Kayak)
> 2
1 day
Basic Kayak (1 star)
2 day
Intermediate Kayak (2 star)
> 2
2 day
Advance Kayak(Touring , Whitewater, Wild River) 3 star
> 1
3 day
Introductory Mountaineering
> 2
3 day
Rope Technic
Basic Single Rope Technic
> 1
3 day
Rope Technic
Advance Single Rope Technic
> 1
3 day
Rope Technic
Rope Work & Access Technic for Cleaning
> 1
3 day
Rope Technic
Basic Rope Access
> 1
5 day +1 day
Rock climbing
Rock Climbing Level 1(Top Rope Climb)
> 1
3 day

Rock Climbing Level 2(Lead Climb)
> 1
3 day
Map & Compass Navigation
> 8
2 day


Tham Phra Phothisat 

This cave is located in the compound of Wat Tham Phra Phothisat, Tambon Thap Kwang, 32 kilometres from Saraburi town, 15 kilometres along Highway No. 2 (Mittraphap Road) to Nakhon Ratchasima and 11 kilometres along the access road following the road sign. The cave is situated in the middle of Khao Nam Phu. It houses a bas-relief Buddha image on the wall, a Lankan pagoda of the Dvaravati period as well as monumental stalactites and stalagmites. The cave is teeming with various kinds of trees. Tham Thammathat, Tham Lumphini, Tham Sangat Chedi and a stone garden can be seen in the area.

Tham Lumphini Suan Hin

Tham Lumphini Suan Hin is in Kaeng Khoi District with a length of 1,800 metres. It is the longest cave in perfect condition of Saraburi that has occured from the natural underground water. Along the route, visitors will have to climb down for 25 metres and walk through a pool of water, mud and sand as well as climb the fallen rocks. Throughout the route, visitors can see the distinguishable geological characteristics and beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. It takes a 3-4 hour journey. Moreover, in the area nearby, there is a bas-relief of a Bodhisattva in the Dvaravati style of cave art. To get there: From Saraburi town travel toward Nakhon Ratchasima for 20 kilometres, turn right to Tham Phra Phothisat for approximately 10 kilometres. For more information, contact the Saraburi Adventure at Tel. 08-8247-9993 or at email

Kayaking & Rafting in Saraburi

Phu Koh (located in Chet Sao Noi Waterfall National Park) 
 Attack the waves, wiggle the oars, shoot the rapids and see the natural splendor and traditional local life style
 Explore the seven levels of Chet Sao Noi Waterfall National Park. The waterfall throws mist up to the highest of its seven levels. Kayaking around here is a refreshing activity in the cool mountain environment and you have the opportunity to study the ecology of the limestone mountain, home to many species of animals and plants. Chet Sao Noi is a favorite location for birdwatchers but the most exciting activity here is kayaking from level three to level four of the waterfall. Unwind here with a group of your close friends. Don't forget to follow the rules and wear the safety equipment and this will be a relaxed adventure that you'll never forget. The rapids at Phu Koh will carry you along with gusto in a pristine environment with emerald-green water surrounded on all sides by lush forest. Expert kayaking guides help you enjoy every moment of this exciting river trek. If that’s not enough, you can get your adrenalin pumping on powerful all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) that speed you through brook and brush. For bookings contact the service provider in advance:

Rock Climbing and Abseiling

Pra Phutthabat Noi Limestone Mountain : Ban Tung Sang Amphoe Kaeng Khoi

If your spirits need a lift and your senses need some stimulation come to Pra Phutthabat Noi and defy gravity. Saraburi now offers a rock climbing site at the 5 to 6A difficulty level.
The mountain is not too high so inexperienced climbers are catered for and there are capable assistants to ensure your complete safety.
Once you overcome the challenge to reach the top, reward yourself with the clean fresh air and the magnificent vista of fields as far as the eye can see.

The green volcanic plains below will gradually change to a bright golden color when fields of sunflowers bloom between October and February.
After your victory over the dizzying heights, try to catch a glimpse of the Limestone Wren Babbler bird at Wat Tham Phra That Charoen Tham or Wat Phra Phutthabat Noi nearby. The Limestone Wren Babbler is so rare that this is the only place in the world you will find it, but go quietly, these rare birds are easily startled. The mountain is also the habitat of a newly discovered species; the Tham Mong Nathi Kradan insect. This bright pink insect is another rare species that prospers in this area. 

Trekking Package

Trekking in Khao Yai National Park

The park, which covers an area of 2,168 square kilometers in the Phanom Dong Rak mountain range, stretches over 4 provinces including Nakhon Ratchasima, Nakhon Nayok, Saraburi, and Prachin Buri. Khao Yai became Thailands first national park on 18th September 1962 and is also originally recognized as the National Park Heritage of Asian Group Countries.
The park is comprised of mixed forests and rainforests with some wide plains and grasslands interspersed with verdant forests. There are many valuable plants, including commercial plants, scented plants and herbs. In addition, there are several mountains with peaks ranging from 800 to 3,000 meters above sea level making Khao Yai a cool climate area, even in summer.
The most popular time to visit Khao Yai is during the cool season or from October to February. In the rainy season, the area is refreshingly green with overflowing waterfalls, sending echoes all around.

Popular activities in the park include butterfly and bird watching, animal watching and trekking. The Park has numerous butterflies and birds as surveys indicate that over 293 species of birds use Khao Yai as a feeding ground while Khao Yai is the habitat of over 200 species. In addition, the park is home to an abundance of wildlife. The most frequently spotted animal is the deer that grazes on grass plains and sometimes come to be fed around the park office. Other animals spotted include elephants, sun bears, wild boars, monkeys, tigers, gaurs, and mountain goats. To facilitate animal watching the park built 2 wildlife watchtowers at Mo Singto and Nong Phak Chi. Visitors are allowed up there between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. In addition, those who want to go on a night safari by car must contact the park office before 6 p.m. Moreover, Khao Yai has over 20 trekking trails for visitors to choose from, each different in natural beauty and distance. While some trails like the Kong Kaeo trail and the Kilometer 33 trail (Thanarat Road-Nong Phak Chi) take 1-2 hours to complete, other trails like the Nang Rong-Khao Yai trail, Samo Pun trail or Kho Yo 4 Unit-Wang Heo waterfall trail require overnight stays. Information and guides can be obtained from the tourist service centre.

Heo Narok Waterfall (Namtok Heo Narok)
This is the largest and highest waterfall in the park with 3 levels. The first level is about 60 meters high and water from this level flows straight down to the second and third levels, with a total drop of at least 150 meters. The water has considerable strength in the rainy season and is quite dangerous, but refreshing, when it comes splashing down on rocks at the bottom. The area around the waterfall is the usual feeding grounds of wild elephants. There have been occasional accidents when elephants drop from the cliff and die. For a beautiful view of the waterfall, visitors can walk 1 kilometer from the main road to a viewpoint. The waterfall itself is located to the south of the Park Office on the way to Prachin Buri.
There are also other lesser waterfalls in the park like Namtok Mai Plon, Namtok Heo Sai and Namtok Heo Prathul. For more information, contact the Parks tourist service centre.

Animal Observing & Night Safari
in the park aid visitors in sighting animals at nigh, and animal watching with parks staff at night .