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  • Sea Kayaking in Ao Thalane & Optional Full-Day Hong Island

    1. Sea Kayaking in Ao Thalane & Optional Full-Day Hong Island

    About half way along the coast between Than Bok Khorani and Krabi town is a bay of mangroves that is one of the most beautiful in Thailand. Arrive at the private pier and depart to the mangrove forest area. Here, bays and canyons are like passageways. This recently discovered area is a superb setting for having an encounter with an ecosystem unlike others. This bay is known for its rich fauna. Certainly a highlight of this setting is the narrow channels which are passable during all but extremely low tide periods. Several species of Kingfishers, Little Herons and Crab-Eating Macaques are almost guaranteed sightings in the remains of a jewel of a destination, undeveloped and without being horrendously crowed. Option with Hong Island Visit: Hong Island stands out as the most beautiful island of the Andaman cost. As you approach from the sea, the towering limestone formation & crystal cle...

    It was an exciting, peaceful yet adventure packed event from start to finish. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to experience the beauty & nature of the islands.

  • From Phi Phi: Half-Day Private Longtail Boat Charter

    2. From Phi Phi: Half-Day Private Longtail Boat Charter

    Depart from Ao Tonsai Pier and start your tour with a visit to Monkey Beach, to snorkel in the turquoise waters and watch the naughty monkeys on the shore. See the mysterious Viking Cave and admire the wall painting within, before continuing to one of Phi Phi's most beautiful gems, the Pileh Lagoon. Snorkel in the turquoise lagoon surrounded by towering limestone cliffs, then sail to the crystal clear waters of Lo Samah Bay to discover the abundance of marine life and colorful corals there. The last stop will be just outside Maya Bay, the iconic site made famous by Leonardo Di Caprio in “The Beach.” On the afternoon charter, catch stunning views of the sunset as you head back to Tonsai Pier.

    Good time. The beginning is the only part that was terrible. The booking was for 1:30; and we were told to arrive a few minutes early. So we did; and then sat in the heat for an hour with no one in sight to ask what was going on/ what to do. Very, very disorganized. But once we went out; the trip was fun and our guide was very nice. He jumped in the water when we snorkeled and brought us over to an area where we saw reef sharks! He was great. Trip was great, saw a bunch of cool stuff including a beautiful sunset on the water.

  • From Krabi: Phi Phi Island Full-Day Private Speed Boat Tour

    3. From Krabi: Phi Phi Island Full-Day Private Speed Boat Tour

    Take off from Nopparat Thara Pier by private speed boat before arriving at your first stop: Bamboo Island. Here, marvel at the white sands, crystal clear waters, and reefs. Take time to relax on the beach or snorkel. Next, travel to Tonsai Bay on Phi Phi Don Island and enjoy a delicious picnic on the beach. After lunch, enjoy some free time to explore the streets or walk up to the spectacular viewpoint and admire the breathtaking panorama. Then, cruise to the famous Viking Cave and see the birds' nests. Continue to Pi Leh Lagoon and marvel at its deep emerald color. Here, capture incredible photos and treat yourself to swim in the emerald water. Next stop: Loh Samah Bay. Admire the colorful coral reefs in clear shallow water, one of the best snorkeling spots in Phi Phi Le. Finally, cruise around the iconic Maya Bay which featured in the film "The Beach" starring Leonardo Di Caprio.

  • Ko Lanta: 4 Islands Snorkelling Tour by Long Tail Boat

    4. Ko Lanta: 4 Islands Snorkelling Tour by Long Tail Boat

    Start with pickup from your hotel at 8:30 AM. Board the long tail boat in Koh Lanta's old town and travel first to Ko Chuek known as "Rope Island." Enjoy an opportunity to snorkel early in the morning while there are no currents and the water is amazingly clear and turquoise in color. Next sail to Koh Muk, or "Pearl Island", where the Emerald Cave is located. While in the cave, swim on the hidden beach and the lagoon, in what is the highlight of the day trip.  Enjoy a delicious buffet lunch right on the beach at Koh Ngai, a lush paradise island teeming with colorful fish along its shores. After lunch visit Koh Maa, or "Horse Island." Here you can do more snorkeling, swimming, or relax for the remainder of the afternoon before being returned to Koh Lanta.

    Well organised tour with two lots of snorkeling and swim to emerald cave; explore koh ngai after lunch; guides are there for your every need

  • Phi Phi: Private Sunset & Bioluminescent Plankton Boat Tour

    5. Phi Phi: Private Sunset & Bioluminescent Plankton Boat Tour

    Explore the beauty around the Phi Phi Islands on a 6-hour tour in a traditional longtail boat. Customize the itinerary as you wish to make the most of your private experience. Watch the sunset over the Phi Phi archipelago and enjoy some included snacks, then take a dip with bioluminescent plankton once the sun has gone down. Make your way to the meeting point in front of McDonald's in Tonsai Bay at 1:30 PM. Once you have boarded your boat, depart for Monkey Beach, one of Koh Phi Phi's most interesting beaches inhabited only by monkeys. Encounter the macaques on the island, which are also known as crab-eating macaques as they are often seen foraging for crabs. Next, sail to discover the mysteries of the Viking Cave, famous for the seemingly prehistoric painting of a Viking boat on its wall. The cave was once used for the extraction of birds' nests, prized ingredients in Chinese culture ...

  • Bangkok: Kanchanaburi, River Kwai & Death Railway Tour

    6. Bangkok: Kanchanaburi, River Kwai & Death Railway Tour

    Make the most of your day of adventure and start early with a smooth pickup from Bangkok. Catch up on sleep in the comfy air-conditioned van on the way to your first stop, the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. Walk along the perfectly kept grounds as you honor the fallen soldiers and prisoners of war and civilians who died while working on the infamous Death Railway (Siam-Burma Railway) under the Japanese Empire. Head to the JEATH Museum, built to commemorate those who lost their lives while working on the railway during World War II. The JEATH War Museum was named after the nationalities of those that worked on the railway: Japanese, English, Australian, American, Thai, and Hollander. Examine exhibits from the war such as weapons, tools, uniforms, medals, and replicas of the living conditions the prisoners of war lived in. Make a quick stop at the Bridge over the River Kwai, where you’ll ex...

  • From Phi Phi: Full-Day Sunset Long Tail Boat Tour

    7. From Phi Phi: Full-Day Sunset Long Tail Boat Tour

    Set off around the Phi Phi archipelago on a longtail boat tour for 13 people. Discover the area's marvelous islands, beaches, lagoons, and bays, and round the day off in style with spectacular sunset views. Meet the local partner's staff in front of McDonald's in Tonsai Bay at 9:30 AM and make your way to the pier for a 10:10 AM departure. Set sail toward Monkey Beach, Shark Point, and Runtee Bay first, and enjoy time to snorkel in the sea. Next, head to Bamboo Island, a wonderful circular island filled with wild bamboo. Relax with some free time on the powdery white beach with soft sand and crystal clear water before savoring a picnic lunch right on this paradise beach. After lunch, visit Mosquito Island, the north-easternmost point in the Phi Phi Archipelago. Like Bamboo Island, Mosquito Island is completely uninhabited and has two beaches that are rarely visited by tourists. Enjoy ...

    Very fun tour. You will get splashed, and the provided food isn't much, but it is well worth the money.

  • Krabi : 4-Hour City Tour with Tiger Cave Temple

    8. Krabi : 4-Hour City Tour with Tiger Cave Temple

    Krabi city tour allows you to explore interesting landmarks in the city, starting with Tiger Cave Temple. Legends say twin tigers were raised in the caves. Tiger paw prints are the must-see of this temple cave. Hike up the temple stairs with more than 1,200 steps and discover the large golden Buddha overlooking the city of Krabi. The next stop is for photos of the giant black crab statue, admiring Krabi Riverside and Mangrove Forest along the way. Don’t miss the local signature of Krabi, the Khao Khanab Nam viewpoint. These rock formations best describe Krabi and its unique characteristic. Lastly, visit a local fresh market where you can find good local food and unique local product to bring home.

    Great trip... lots of steps to climb up to the tiger cave! 1260 but worth it when we got to the top! Ssw the black crab and river then quick walk round market.

  • Krabi: Half-Day Rock Climbing at Railay Beach

    9. Krabi: Half-Day Rock Climbing at Railay Beach

    Learn how to rock climb the stunning limestone cliffs of Railay Beach with a 4-hour introductory class, available as a small group or private option with personal attention. Be guided by an expert instructor on various climbing routes, suitable for beginners and intermediate climbers of mixed skill levels. Choose from a morning or afternoon session and then learn various climbing techniques. Get instructions on safety measures and learn how to use the equipment at some of the most scenic rock climbing locations at Railay and Phra Nang Beach. 

    Had a lovely time with Tum he was very fun and experienced guide. Highly recommend

  • Koh Lanta: 4 Islands and Emerald Cave Snorkelling Trip

    10. Koh Lanta: 4 Islands and Emerald Cave Snorkelling Trip

    Start with pickup from your hotel in Koh Lanta at 8:30 AM. Sail to the first island, Koh Ngai, and enjoy snorkeling for approximately 40 minutes. Take in the beautiful surroundings of the jungle hills and limestone karst cliffs.  Next sail to Koh Muk, or "Pearl Island", where the Emerald Cave is located. While in the cave, swim on the hidden beach and in the lagoon, in what is the highlight of the day trip. Relax and snorkel on the next island of Koh Kradan with its beautiful white sand beach and turquoise waters. Enjoy lunch served right on the beach.  After lunch sail onwards to Koh Chuek, or "Rope Island", and discover the abundant schools of vivid tropical fish and large expanses of soft coral reefs. Rope Island is known as one of the gems of the Andaman Ocean, with corals reefs still in perfect condition. After taking some time to enjoy this tropical paradise, be returned to your...

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What people are saying about Krabi Province

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 67 reviews

The cave was cool, but the first snorkeling spot was really bad. Cloudy water, you hardly saw anything. Second spot much better, there was a lot to see. The island where lunch was also good. Here you could relax and take pictures. The guide was super cool. There was plenty and unlimited water on board. Toilet also available on board. Transport in the morning was half an hour late, but OK.

It was an exciting, peaceful yet adventure packed event from start to finish. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to experience the beauty & nature of the islands.

Well organised tour with two lots of snorkeling and swim to emerald cave; explore koh ngai after lunch; guides are there for your every need

Wonderful tour guide, fantastic views, comfortable car journey and great stops at the main landmarks in Krabi- would definitely recommend.

Very nice landscape, well organized and a super nice guide with lots of information