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Crazy extreme adventures in Thailand – Not to be missed!

Looking for some adventure during your time in Thailand? Well, you're unlikely to be disappointed as there's a lot on offer for you to enjoy. If you're looking for something beyond the temples, tuk rides and food, you've come to the right place. Learn more!

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White water rafting

White water rafting is available in Pai, Chiang Mai, Chumpon and several other places in Northern Thailand. White water rafting is an outdoor activity that uses an inflatable raft to navigate a rive or other body of water, usually on different degrees of rough water. The rapids range from anything between a level 1 to a level 5. When in Thailand, for a trip of a lifetime, try out the rafting experiences set amongst the forests ad you're likely to be surrounded by a plethora of flora and fauna which makes your experience one to remember.
White water rafting is not available all year round, so do your research beforehand. You can go rafting for as long as 6 hours, 2 hours or even overnight trips! The decision is based on your preference!

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Kiteboarding

Also known as kitesurfing, this is an extreme sport where the kiteboarder uses the power of the wind with a large power kite to be propelled across a body of water, land or even snow! Kiteboarding is more like a combination of sailing, surfing, skateboarding, paragliding and windsurfing – all in one! If you like surfing and other watersports, you're sure to love this! Pattaya, Hua Hin, Koh Samui, Phuket and Koh Phangan are the places you can try this out.

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Rock climbing

Thailand is truly a treasure when it comes to hardcore and amateur rock climing. You have plenty of man-made walls in large cities, close to Avani Khon Kaen Hotel & Convention Centre, a well-known tourist hotel in Khon Khaen. Nevertheless, if you want the real deal that heading over islands such as Railey and Ton Sai are ideal for impressive limestone cliffs to climb.

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Wake boarding

One of the most thrilling and popular water sports in Thailand, wakeboarding has grown to popularity in the recent years. You have wake parks opening up in various parts of Thailand. One of the top things to do in Bangkok, Koh Phangan and Rayong Province, you're sure to treasure this experience!

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Skydiving

There are numerous companies that offer skydiving in Thailand! In fact, there are jump points in Bangkok and Pattaya for those that want to try it out. The companies are Western run, so safety is not an issue. Apart from tandem jumps, Thai Sky Adventures also provide full certification courses for those who are eager to take the adventure to the next level.

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Surfing

Although the waves aren't as perfect and great as Bali, there are locations where the waves can get surfers excited! Khao Lak, Kata, Nai Harm and Kalim are spots you can check out during the season, there's also some pretty decent waves in Koh Lanta.