Le stegodon Cave
is a Cave in the elongated limeston mountain ranges that is characterized as a tunnel inside the mountain with a 4-kilometres distance extending from the cave’s mouth to the end that takes about 2-3 hours touring.
Inside the cave full of stalactites and stalagmites and were found elephant and rhino fossils from the Pleistocene Era, especially, elephants in the Stegodon family that the cave’s name comes from.
For sightseeing, visitors are required to kayak to the end of the tunnel and change to take a motorboat to get off at the Ban Tha Oi Pier. There will be the Park’s staff and villagers accompanying visitors and providing them with torches and life vests. It is advised to dress properly for preparing to get wet. Advance notification is required before visiting because the sea level and time to go need to be checked day by day.
For more information, please contact, Thung Wa Sub-district Administration Organisation at Tel. 08 4858 5100.