Lod Cave 1 day by taxi service

Last Updated on November 27, 2023

Biggest Cave

Lod Cave is located 75 kilometers north of Mae Hong Son. Our taxi service team estimates that it will take around 1 hour and 40 minutes. Make a day trip to Thailand’s largest caves.

The place is in Mae Hong Son’s Pang Mapha district. Many stunning stalactites and stalagmites, as well as bats and swifts, may be found inside the vast cave.

This attraction is something to do once you are traveling in Mae Hong Son. For the best time to visit and get into the cave, please read more about Exploring Lod Cave.

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About his taxi service

We provide cars with driver service to Lod Cave for a day trip from Mae Hong Son to Soppong. The team is an affiliate program to support us. You can pre-book via the booking form below.

The cars vary in type, i.e., MPV, SUV, and pickup truck. They have prior tourist expertise and are a few who speak English. They know an itinerary that could lead to your comfort.

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    Enroute visit

    Lod Cave will take one and a half hours to see. You have to hire a guide with a gas lamp who will lead you around the caves but not explain what you are seeing in English. Simply read the sign yourself.

    And there are things to do along the way, so we’ll stop for a visit. You can choose which one is best for you and manage your time accordingly. Also, you may take a lunch break of your own choosing.

    For example:

    • Bamboo Bridge
    • Fish Cave
    • Luk Khao Lam Viewpoint
    • A restaurant for lunch
    • Lod Cave (1 hour, 30 minutes in the cave)

    Taxi service cost : 3,000 THB

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    General information

    • Car with a driver
    • Fuel and all parking fees are included.
    • Capacity: 3–4 passengers.
    • 8 hours per day.
    • Starting from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (flexible).
    • Extra charge of 300 THB per hour.

    What’s else your expend?

    • Lod Cave Admission: 500 THB per group of 3 people.
    • Lunch

    How to book taxi service

    You can also contact us for any questions or to book a trip in advance to contribute to the local tourism business community.


    This online booking service was created to help the local tourism business community and contribute to society, as they are unable to communicate in a formal or written manner and do not have their own website.

    Providers and third parties are responsible for all activities and services. We are not responsible for any profit.

    Find out more

    An article produced by a professional blogger about a journey to Tham Lod Cave can be read to learn more about the cave. There are many images to look at and enjoy.


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