Tour 1: Kayaking Ao Thalane + Tha Phom + Sa Kaeo pool

 The program includes:

– Visit to:
Ao Thalane and Tha Phom Klong Song Nam National Park and/ or Sa  Kaeo  pool
– Kayak at Ao Thalane
– Lunch (alcohol is not included)
– Confortable jeep car or minivan depending on group size
– Multilingual and certified guide;
– Mineral water, coffee.
– National Park’s Fee;

Time: 10am to 6- 6:30pm.

Price: 12,000 Baht  TOTAL for 1 to 4 people; and 2,500 Baht per every additional adult and 1,500 Baht per every additional child (From 2 to 12 years old).
Special couple promotion: 10,000Baht for 2 people
Group promotion: 10% discount for 6 people and more

What to bring: Sunscreen, sunglasses, camera, mosquito repellant. comfortable shoes, swimming suit and towel.

You will start your day by a kayaking adventure in Thalane Bay. This area was unknown to the world apart by a few local fishermen and intrepid explorers.It is one of the most beautiful mangrove forests in Thailand. Kingfishers, Herons and crab eating Macaques inhabit this area along with ever present monkeys who will keep you company and sometimes even hitch a ride on your kayak. You will enjoy beautiful canyons and lagoon’s for taking photos of real Krabi’s nature.

Lunch in Khaothong terrace. This place is a hidden gem in Krabi, really difficult to find on your own and that’s why we will take you there. You will have the pleasure to taste the finest Thai cuisine in a comfortable open-air setting overlooking the spectacular view of the Andaman Coast. Don’t miss one of their specialities: yellow curry crab meat, simply delicious!

On our next stop you will have the chance to explore another wonderful place – Tha Pom Klong Song Nam, the national park where sea water meets fresh water. Here you will admire unique fauna, mangrove area and other rare local trees and vegetation which can only survive on this specific environment.

And Only available on high season (from November to April )  Sa Kaeo pool: You will reach an authentic and amazing little temple built on a limestone cliff.  50 meters from there in the jungle you will discover 2 incredible natural pools. They just look like a small shallow pool with a weird blue colour but you can’t touch the bottom… It’s 200 meters deep and is considered the deepest pool in ALL ASIA! There are no signs about this fact and very few tourists have ever seen it or swim on it – but, it’s safe for swimming and you have beautiful view as you’re surrounded by jungle and caves around the limestone cliffs