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Introducing Krabi
Krabi is a southern province on Thailand's Andaman seaboard with perhaps the country's oldest history of continued settlement. After dating stone tools, ancient colored pictures, beads, pottery and skeletal remains found in the province's many cliffs and caves.In recorded times it was called the 'Ban Thai Samor', and was one of twelve towns that used, before people were widely literate, the monkey for their standard. At that time, c. 1200 A.D., Krabi was tributary to the Kingdom of Ligor, a city on the Kra Peninsula's east coast better known today as Nakhon Si Thammarat

Things to do and see in Krabi
Full Day Jungle Trip
  • 08:30 am. Pick up from your hotel/Resort in Krabi
  • 09:00 am. Dep. by car to Klong Thom district on the way look at local people producing rubber and palm oil
  • 10:30 am. Bathing at the hot waterfall (Hot spring)
  • 11:30 am. Drive through the Jungle to the large lowland rain forest from the southern Thailand.
  • 12:00 am. Lunch time
  • 13:00 pm. Walk through to the rainforest seeing many different kind of tropical tree birds and butterflies on walk way you will see a fantastic forest lagoon
  • 15:00 pm. On arrival at the blue lagoon you can go swimming, sunbathing and relax.
  • 15:30 pm. Return to Krabi, on the way stop over at Wat Klong thom temple. Visit the temple museum and discover the old ways where the local people from the south of Thailand brought goods over from China by boat known as the silk way
  • 17:00 pm. Return to Krabi/Ao-Namg drop off at your hotel/resort
3 In 1 Safari Tour
1. Elephant Trekking
Ride on the back of the elephant through the dense tropical jungle & rubber plantations up to the Mountain View point and see amazing panoramic view of Krabi and the surrounding islands, an exciting, enjoyable and unforgettable experience.

2. Elephant & Monkey Show
See “Island Safari” amazing elephant show, you can even try special elephant massage! Also meet and feed our elephants, a great photo opportunity. Watch and lean how moneys are trained to pick the ripe coconuts from the tree.

3. Ox Cart Riding
Ride on the local farmers OX CART through rice fields, Rubber & fruit plantations.
Elephant Trekking
Just 20 minutes drive from Krabi and there we invite you to climb aboard one of our five elephants. Then suddenly you're high above the ground and heading into this amazing scenery where the quiet will envelope you as you relax into the swaying rhythm of the elephant's walk on a one or two hour trek (dependant on 2 hour or half day safari). Our elephants are not working elephants, they work only with tourists; some elephant trekking operations abuse their animals by forcing the animals to trek with tourists after a long day working in the forest, controlling the elephants with fear and violence which can only lead to frustration and anger in these otherwise gentle creatures. All our elephants are well looked after, well fed and watered and above all respected, we hope and believe they are happy; a happy elephant is a safe elephant. After the trek we head to Sra Keaw Cave a huge overhanging cave of multiple tiers each pillared with stalactites which we give you time to explore at leisure, providing you with drinks and snacks. Here you can also swim in the mineral water pool that emerges from the cave and sample some of the local pineapples. It's a good idea to feed the elephants, they won't forget the kindness, but it is watching the dexterity of their trunks that is the real pleasure. On the half day tour we give you a chance to see that dexterity put to use as our elephants put on a working demonstration for you. You will not believe just how clever and strong these animals can be.

After we say goodbye to the elephants we will show you one of the newer attractions in this ancient landscape by taking you to some of the areas that featured in the movie 'The Beach' starring Leonardo Di Caprio. After which we will transfer you back to your Hotel.
4 Islands Snorkeling By Speed Boat
08:00 – 08:30 Pick up from hotel + transfer to pier.
09:00 – Depart by Speed Boat, destination Krabi 4 Islands.

Pranang Beach
Secluded peninsular, inaccessible by car. Just a short walk away is a Princess Cave with decorative spirit house. Free time for sun-bathing, swimming, photography, exploring

Tup Island
An exotic tropical island, ideal for easy snorkeling and exploring on foot. If the tide is low, you can walk along the white, sandy causeway joining the neighboring island.

Chicken Island
Natural landmark, named after the shape of its unique limestone rock jutting out into the sea. Excellent snorkeling opportunities in warm, inviting waters, rich in coral life.

Poda Island
Stunning jewel of the Andaman Sea with both lowland, picturesque bamboo plantation and majestic, rocky cliffs, bordered by long, beautiful beach. Lunch at the beach and break.

14:00 – Return to pier + hotel transfer
Phi Phi Island And Bamboo Island
  • 08:30 am Pick up from your hotel
  • 8:50 am Depart from Ao Nang beach
  • 9:10 am Depart from Railay to Bamboo Island, enjoy yourself with swimming, snorkelling as well as sunbathing on the white sandy beach of Bamboo Island
  • 12:00 am Lunch on Bamboo Island
  • 13:00 pm Sightseeing around Bamboo Island and Yung Island
  • 14:00 pm Arrive Chicken Island swimming, snorkelling and relax on Poda Island
  • 16:30 pm Arrive at Ao Nang beach
  • 17:00 pm Arriving at your hotel
Full Day Sea Cave Canoe
The Northern part of Krabi Province boasts dramatic topography and an abundance of caves. Pick up from your hotel and transfer you to the waiting canoes. After paddling through the mangrove swamps the first cave you visit is called Tham Lod which is a spectacular tunnel through karst limestone richly adorned with stalactites. The second cave is called Tham Hua Kra Loak where there is evidence of prehistoric settlement. Transfer back to hotel.
Experience In Canyon
The most beautiful Island in the Andaman Sea is called Koh Hong. Pick up from your hotel and transfer to the Canoes. You paddle along the spectacular coast through marine rock gardens. As you approach the island from the sea the towering limestone formation & Crystal clear water inspire images of deserted island dreams. Take time to marvel at the amazing overhangs and enjoy the underwater world by snorkeling before paddling back to your hotel.
Rock Climbing
King Climbers has been established for over ten years. We Offer a wide range of courses to meet all levels of climbing ability. It doesn't matter how old or young. Unfit or uncoordinated. Instructors will find something you'll enjoy climbing.
Phang Nga Bay
  • 09:00 am Travel to Phang - Nga Province
  • 10:30 am Arrive at Surakul pter and leave by long tail boat through the peaceful canals. Passing the magnificent mangroves forest.
  • 10:55 am Visit the famous "Tham Lawd" (the grotto) one of the limestone mountain the famously beautiful stalactites and stalagmites.
  • 11:15 am Passing the fishing village what we call "Koh Pan Ye"
  • 11:35 am Arrive "Koh Ping Gan" (leaning island) a small rocky island popularly call "Jame's Bond Island" where partly filmed here.
  • 12:00 am Back to the fishing village (gypsy village) where the muslim people staying. for enjoy seafood lunch and explore the floating jouse village
  • 13:20 pm Return to the pier continue to visit the Wat Tham Suwan khuha (the golden cave temple) to pay respect to the more than 200 years ole reclining Buddha.
  • 14:10 pm Back to Thanboke Khoranee national park you can swim in the big pool spring water from the cave
  • 16:10 pm Return to Krabi.
  • 17:00 pm arriving at your hotel

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