Remember, first and foremost, we are FLEXIBLE! We’ll speak to you about your needs and tailor the trip accordingly. The cost of bespoke trips can vary enormously according to group size and overnight needs. We know of lots of great options for overnight hotel stops and some nice camping / glamping options along the riverside; contact us and we can develop some ideas (we can speak to you in English, Thai, Korean, German, Chinese or Google Translate)!
The cost of our most basic adventure starts at ฿1500 (per person per day, including accommodation). Prices will vary regarding the group size, distance traveled from our base and time on the water. Please contact us for a quote.
- SUP equipment and safety equipment
- support vehicles whilst you are on the river
- qualified instructors by arrangement
- Doctor on call
- all drinking water
Extras which can be arranged:
- all meals (by arrangement) – charge applies
- tent hire
- airport collection
- large dry-bag hire
- stoves for cooking, as well as eggs, cooking oil, milk, bread, etc (and we can help you with your shopping)
Here are some examples:
Example 1. An accompanied big trip paddling from Erawan National Park to the North of Kanchanaburi down to the Bridge over the River Kwai over three days, one night camping and one night staying at Royal River Kwai Resort and Spa.
Day 1: a 2.5 hour beginner session where you will learn skills, techniques and river safety & rescue, all in spectacular scenery with fun, qualified instructors. Lunch (not included) followed by a 1 hour introduction to moving water. Glamping or camping overnight.
Day 2: a gentle paddle down river done over two 2.5 hour sessions. Stay overnight at Royal River Kwai Resort and Spa (includes breakfast).
Day 3: following breakfast, a final push (2.5 hours) onto the famous Bridge Over the River Kwai (we paddle under it)!
Camping + Hotel = ฿3900 per person, based on two sharing (includes tent and stove for cooking)
Glamping + Hotel = ฿4350 per person, based on two sharing
Example 2. Amazing SUP lesson taking in spectacular Erawan National Park followed by Saiyok National Park including multiple waterfalls to interact with along the way
Day 1: a 2.5 hour beginner session where you will learn skills, techniques and river safety & rescue, all in spectacular Erawan National Park scenery with fun, qualified instructors. Lunch (not included) followed by a 1 hour introduction to moving water on the Kwai Yai River. Glamping, camping or hotel overnight.
Day 2: We will take you (1.5 hour drive) to Saiyok National Park area for a 2.5 – 3 hour paddle, where you will see amazing waterfalls which flow directly into the river Kwai Noi.
Camping = ฿2500 per person, based on two sharing (includes tent and stove for cooking)
Glamping = ฿3300 per person, based on two sharing
Hotel = ฿3300 per person, based on two sharing
Example 3. We cater for larger groups (stag & hen parties, team-building and/or company events). We can place several instructors with a larger group, but remember, don’t drink and paddle !
The above are examples of bespoke trips and cost depends upon the group size, accommodation if staying overnight, and where we set off from.
Example 4. You are an experienced paddler and you want to do a big trip with your partner (don’t ever paddle alone). You only need the equipment. No problem, we can hire the equipment only, to you, but we will insist on checking out your paddling credentials first !
Please contact us and we’ll give you a quote. It will be less expensive than you probably imagine.
Full Day Expeditions
By its nature, a whole day paddling experience is more challenging due to the amount of time you will be on the board. Typically, we will paddle for around five or six hours per day, depending on river flow and weather conditions.
A one day expedition will cover 20 – 40 km, depending on river flow rate and rider ability. We will leave early in the morning and stop for lunch and a good rest during the hottest part of the day. We’ll conclude the day with another 2-3 hours paddling. There will be plenty of rest stops along the way. That’s part of the beauty about paddling on the river – even when you stop for a break, the river continues to carry you onward!
Whole day paddles are not suitable for complete beginners and if you have not done our beginner’s lesson, we will need you to first demonstrate some basic paddling skills, like standing, paddling straight, turning and paddling against the slow flow of the River Kwai.
Contact us to arrange this.
What to bring?
Bring board shorts or just PE shorts and a T-shirt or long sleeved shirt. Also a pair of shoes or flip-flops that you don’t mind getting wet. Slap on a hat and slop on some sun cream and you’ll be good to go. Bring a towel as there is a chance you will get wet. Bring a filled water bottle so you can take a drink and maybe a snack. A dry bag is useful for phones and wallet.
We’ll supply a personal flotation device and leash for safety, and of course a suitably sized board and paddle ready to go.