Thailand is land to try all the adventurous sports and soak all the beach vibes. Thailand is a place for all as it offers thrilling sports for travellers. Thailand makes its major part of the economy through tourism and we can’t question why. The place has some amazing places that offer an astounding view.

You can come here to try new activities that will thrill your soul or can just spend a rejuvenating vacation. The fun quotient of this place is incomparable. You can try out some brave activities here ensuring your safety.

The popular places in Thailand like Phuket that has some most amazing beaches, Pattaya which is another happening city, and some islands that offer comfort and luxury.

Here are some activities that you should try in Thailand which will give you a lifetime memory.

1. Scuba Diving On The Adventurous Land “Pattaya”

Scuba Diving
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The Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) in Pattaya help you in exploring marine life. You don’t have to worry about the professional skills and certification as they ensure your safety. You can dive in the coral waters with your instructors and explore the coral reefs and colourful fishes.

Where: Koh Phi Phi and Koh Tao

Things To Carry:

  • Swimwear
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • SunGlasses

Advisory:

  • Minimum age to do this activity is 10 years.

Cost: Starts from 6,2724

2. Flyboarding In Phuket

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Ever dreamed of standing on the water and performing stunts like somersaults and backflips? Experiencing flyboarding can give you the adrenaline rush which your adventurous soul wants.

The jet spray attached to your feet will get you above the water. The sport is all about balancing and once you have mastered that, it becomes a fun activity.

Where: Wake Park, Phuket

Things To Carry:

  • Wet Suit
  • Life Jacket
  • Water Helmet

Advisory: 

  • Put your hands above your head if you fall
  • Take time in learning the basic techniques
  • Avoid falling near PWC to save yourself from injuries.

Cost: 700-800 INR

Best Time: Throughout the year

3. Kayaking/ Canoeing

Kayaking
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Kayaking or canoeing is the ecotourism adventures that cause no harm to the environment. Explore the unchanged caves and mangrove forests. Row your kayak through the islands and lagoons, and witness the beautiful and rare flora and fauna.

If you love seeing where the history resided, kayaking or canoeing can be a good option. You can move with your pace doing no harm to nature and seeing the beauty of nature.

Where: Mu Ko Thale Thai, Ao Tha Len in Krabi, Kaeng Khut Khu in Loei and Rajjaprabha Dam in Surat Thani

Things To Carry:

  • Water filter
  • Sunscreen
  • Life jacket
  • Goggles

Advisory:

  • Water filter
  • Sunscreen
  • Life jacket
  • Goggles

Cost: 8000-9000 INR

Best Time: The most suitable time is from November to March and April to October. You can do this throughout the year as well

4. Elephant Trekking

Elephant Trekking
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Elephants have been a vital animal in Thai culture. The giant species are trained by experts for the trekking. Sitting on their backs and enjoying the natural beauty of Thailand is altogether a great experience.

Elephant ride in Thailand is one of the must-do things if you are visiting Thailand. Spot animals in the forests, feed the elephants and watch them bathe and enjoy in the water. The elephant trekking is a fun activity and you must include in your list.

Where: Chiang Mai in the Patara Elephant Camp, Thai Elephant Conservation Camp in Lampang

Things To Carry:

  • DEET repellent to prevent you from mosquitoes or bug spray
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Goggles
  • Photocopy of Passport
  • Camera

Advisory:

  • Wear lightweight clothes. Preferable shorts and t-shirt.
  • Wear flip flops and not sport shoes as they might get wet

Cost: 1400- 2500 INR

Best Time: Throughout the year. You can avoid the rainy season as it becomes messy to have a trip.

5. Kiteboarding

Kiteboarding
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The climate of Thailand supports well for this adventurous sport. If you are a water baby and love to try watersports try your luck with kiteboarding. The sport is similar to surfing, you are attached to a parachute that helps you in balancing on the strong winds. Thailand is gifted with clean water bodies with winds supporting well for water sports. Try finding a  nice school and you will love this sport as it is easy, quick to learn and super fun.

Where: Koh Phangan, Pattaya, Hua Hin and  Koh Samui

Things To Carry:

  • Safety gears
  • Swimsuit

Advisory:

  • Don’t panic as it might take a few steps for you to learn this new sport.
  • Small kids are not permitted for this sport.

Cost: 23000 per person

Best Time: All throughout the year

6. Mountain Biking

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Thailand is blessed to have great mountains which give us the opportunity to ride amidst the lush greenery. You can spend time in the serene and calm heights and if you love biking just gather your squad and the map, and you are good to go.

The mountains give the surreal view of the place from a height which makes the city look even more beautiful. The challenging mountains will give you the adrenaline pump in your body.

Where: Southern Thailand and in Chiang Mai

Things To Carry:

  • Comfortable clothes and shoes.
  • Helmet and riding gears for safety
  • Water Bottle
  • Map

Advisory:

  • Be careful while riding on the mountains as the path may not be smooth.
  • It’s better to carry maps to avoid any confusion.

Cost: Starts from 4,099 INR depending upon the distance and program you chose. The season in which you are visiting also matters a lot as in the offseason they might negotiate the price.

Best Time: October to March

7. Skydiving 

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Experience one of the most thrilling experience of your life. Feel and fly like a bird in the Pattaya city enjoying the scenic beauty. You will be on an aircraft and when you jump from the height, you will experience the freefall of about 220 kmph.

A chance to feel the rush with expert and trained instructors ensuring your complete safety with dual harness and parachute. This will be your most fun infilled jump in Thailand.

Where: Tandem Skydive Pattaya, Free Fall Skydiving Thailand, Thai Sky Adventures

Things To Carry:

  • Your clothes
  • Photo ID issued by the Government
  • Snacks and Bottle
  • Companions and
  • Lot of courage to try a new adventure

Advisory:

  • Minimum 14 years of age is required if you want to do skydiving with the written consent of parents.
  • It is not necessary that you should know English.
  • The place is closed on Tuesdays.

Cost: 23,406 INR for one person. If you do it with more people the price gets reduced.

Best Time: Depends upon the weather conditions

8. Bungy Jumping and Human Slingshot

Bungee Jumping
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If you love the adrenaline rush you get through high then try bungy jumping in Pattaya. Pattaya Bungy Jump is southeast Asia’s first bungy jumping centre and the biggest in Thailand. You will jump off a 60-metre high platform and above the lake. Your legs will be tied by a rope and you will jump from a height and the rope will make you swing.

Human Slingshot
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Human slingshot is another thrilled filled activity you must try in Thailand. It is a new and different experience that you must try in Thailand. Fly like a slingshot and experience the only slingshot destination in Asia.

Where:   Pattaya Bungy Jump in South Pattaya. You can take tuk-tuks and cars to reach the destination

Things To Carry:

  • Appropriate clothing (Comfortable and not baggy)

Advisory:

  • Don’t carry any valuables during your Bungy jump or slingshot experience.
  • For Bungy Jump, your minimum weight should be 35 kg whereas for Human slingshot you should not weigh more than 150 kg.
  • For human slingshot minimum weight of 40 kg and maximum 100 kg.

Cost: 2500 per adult

Best Time: All throughout the year

Try these fun-filled activities and satisfy the adventure thirst on your vacation to Thailand.