Krabi Province is a heaven for sun worshippers and is also one of the world´s best destinations for activities such as rock-climbing, snorkeling and kayaking.
Below you can see a list of activities that you can perform while in Krabi :
ISLAND HOPPING IN KRABI
KOH PHI PHI
It’s estimated that there are more than 200 islands around Krabi province, including Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta. Many of them are small rock formations that rise precipitously out of the sea and have no landing access. Others are bigger and uninhabited, with small and unspoiled white sand beaches, coral reefs and impressive caves, SO DON´T MISS OUR BOAT TOURS!
ROCK CLIMBING AND RAILAY BEACH
Combine a trip to Railay beach with some rock climbing and serious beach time and then try some of the nightlife. Krabi is among the World´s best destinations for climbing. The Railay peninsula is home to the local climbing scene and is considered a meca for this sport. There are a lot of bolted routes in the Railay area as well as rock-climbing schools, which provide professional guides and equipment. Railay, has become a favorite holiday destination, combining 2 stunning beaches, excellent restaurants and great night action.
This is a massively popular activity in Krabi. The sea mangroves, underwater caves and beaches, provide amazing opportunities for kayaking. The Ao Nang/Railay area is very popular as its close and convenient but if you are feeling a little more adventurous, you can book with us a Tour to Ao Thalane or Bor Thor in Tarn Boke Koranee National Park. The caves, grottoes and the amazing lagoons make the perfect day for fun and adventure.
Krabi`s coastline is home to luscious green forests, white sandy beaches and emerald waters. It is located south-east of Phang-Nga province, it is ideal to relax and of course, to do some incredible diving. Much of Krabi province has been designated as National Park and is preserved for its pristine beaches and natural forestry.
Krabi covers many miles of beaches as well as over 80 smaller tropical islands, including Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta. Visibility is superb, up to 20 meters of cascading terrains and stunning underwater scenery. Being also part of Thailand’s efforts in marine conservation, you can expect terrific diversity with more than 200 species of different fish and 80 species of corals. All this is set amidst big drop-offs, swim-throughs, incredible wall dives, and amazing underwater caves, making the whole experience really adventurous and memorable.
KRABI CRYSTAL LAGOON
Krabi is very well known for zones of outstanding natural beauty and one of these places that should make your must-see list is the Crystal Lagoon, located in the Thung Teao Forest Natural Park.
Thung Teao Forest National Park is a virgin rainforest home to spectacular flora and fauna unnoticed elsewhere in Thailand. A 2.7 kilometers nature trail provides a perfect vantage point, in addition there is a waterfall to explore, although the main attraction is the lagoon also known as the emerald pool. The emerald waters are amazingly warm and crystal clear making them ideal for swimming in.
It’s a stunning eco-tourist place with gorgeous marine colors surrounded by tropical rain forest and a great spot for bird watchers.
Susan Hoi is an archaic petrified shell cemetery situated around 17 kilometers from Krabi town, on a 200-meter stretch along Ban Laem Pho. This shell cemetery is considered by many scientific experts to date back 40 million years, although some locals claims it’s even older, around 75 million years. The cemetery came into being after the limestone deposits into the water covered and fossilized shell fish, different snails and a diversity of sea creatures creating slabs of intricate geological relics.
This is an ideal place to visit if you are interested in geology and is claimed to be one of only 3 such unique places in the world. There are also around beautiful mangrove forests worth exploring close by and an interesting Chinese Temple open to the tourist.
SUNSET IN AO NANG BEACH
Sunsets over Ao Nang and Nopharat Thara are some of the bests you may ever see. The monsoon rain brings clouds that hang ominously in the clear sky, this creates an spectacular sunset that submerge the bay in a sumptuous and extravagant light. Walk along the esplanade to get some amazing views of the boats on the water, or just sit down on a bench, relax and watch the stunning scenery.
WAT THAM SUEA
A hike to Wat Tham Seua, also known as Tiger Cave Temple, is exhausting, exhilarating and finally extremely rewarding. Once you have climbed the 1,257 steps, which lead to the hilltop impressive temple, you will be met by amazing views over the surrounding landscape having been transformed into swathes of stunning lush greenery by the monsoon rain. You can combine the Tiger Cave Temple with trips to other destinations such as Sa Morakot or visit Krabi Town together with the local market.