Beluga School for Life

Address: 7/5 Moo4, Tambon Thung Mapraow, Phangnga, 82120, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 7/5 Moo4, Tambon Thung Mapraow, Phangnga.
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  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool

TripAdvisor Reviews Beluga School for Life Phangnga

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Phangnga

He Tarzan, me Jane

A travel blog entry by adyw on Apr 30, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... around to the entrance for half an hour to meet up with the few people with little children who didnt go through the cave. On the way back them the tour guide suggested a short cut. Throught the jungle Tarzan style, weaving our way through the vines and trees and rocks, then a short rock climb down a rock face! What?! I didn't think I could do that but there was no turning back, it was only a few metres. A ...

And a not entirely satisfactory end

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Dec 14, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... Ken was not too surprised that we had found the school closed. He told us that this happens a lot. On one occasion volunteers were turned away from their school as the Thai government had decided that the country’s children were not getting enough exercise and had sent notices to all the schools on the Monday morning instructing them to devote the entire week to physical activities!

Ken, whom I had found out was from Rochdale, seemed in a chatty ...

Into the Jungle!

A travel blog entry by katherine_white on Nov 23, 2013

129 photos

... waterfalls are different in Thailand, more like rocky boulder areas in the river) on the journey that were all very pretty. The first one I had to walk down off the path through the forest and then clamber across some rocks. At one point I slipped and half fell over onto a rock and then realised afterwards I had a leech on my arm. I slapped the swine away and then reminded myself that I was in the jungle by myself and this was not the best time to be breaking ...

Ten years ago Today...

A travel blog entry by sallythelma on Oct 24, 2013

... the nuts.

We moved onto where to get the boat to James Bond Island. The boat was fast and very low in the water and all the tiny tall islands around the area looked so beautiful up close, I didn't get any photos as it was raining and overcast. When we got to the island it stopped raining so we took photos and ate some food. I hadn't really remembered the James Bond movie 'The Man with the Golden Gun' where they go to that island but when they showed ...

Hi Ho - it's off to work we go.

A travel blog entry by lmthailand2013 on Jul 22, 2013

2 photos

... the sweat was dripping down me later, the water looked very very inviting).

It was back to work after lunch and we dug and dug and dug, motivated by the music from the painters. Our taxi driver came to help us and I'm convinced that he shifted more dirt than the rest of us put together. The children were also there to offer a helping hand, and they were absolutely fearless, leaping into the hole, which by this time was at least 6 foot ...