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Krabi Province

River rafting

Our most recommended Krabi Province River Rafting

Krabi: Klang Cave, Bangtong Temple with Bor Thor Kayaking

1. Krabi: Klang Cave, Bangtong Temple with Bor Thor Kayaking

The day begins with pickup from your hotel and travels to the Au Luek District. As you escape the chaos of the city, feel immersed in the peaceful tranquility of your new journey by canoeing through a great sea cave with stunning limestone formation. Continue to Hua Ga Lok cave or well known as Ghost Cave with the ancient wall painting estimated to be around 3,000 years old. After that, visit and explore the mystery of the 2nd rank the most beautiful cave in Asia, one of the most complete stunning stalactite and stalagmite caves in Thailand, Klang Cave. Start the journey by walking through the dark, deep, and complicated cave. The explored leader needed During your experience, pass through divided 13 interior halls. Taking 1 - 2 hours is basic for non-cave explorers to visit all halls. However, the first 3 rooms are worth it to fulfill your unforgettable memories. On other hand, some route inside is not smooth as usual and some might need climbing activity, so a trekking or climbing outfit would be suitable for the exploration. Bringing flashlights and contact staff or tour guides before the visit are a must. Once you’re full up from lunch in a local restaurant at Bor Thor, travel to worship at the magnificent Wat Maha That Wachiramongkol Temple, formerly known as Bang Tong Temple. The temple is located in the middle of a luscious rubber plantation, and has a tall pagoda that is the pride of the local community. At the temple, learn about its fascinating history, its links to the King, and about the holy relics you can find inside.

Krabi: Khaosok Jungle Walk, Bamboo Rafting, or Canoeing Tour

2. Krabi: Khaosok Jungle Walk, Bamboo Rafting, or Canoeing Tour

Start your journey by being pick-up from the hotel and direct to Khaosok national park. The First activity will be sightseeing and jungle trekking in Khaosok National Park which has limestone, fauna, and flora in the rainforest environment. After that, enjoy sightseeing the scenery of both sides of the river by canoeing or bamboo rafting. Once getting tired from the first 2 activities, enjoy lunch with a Thai set menu. The next activity will be visiting Wat Ling (Panturat Temple). Feeding monkies and learning about the whole myth of a Thai story of a Giant (Panturat). At the temple, there was a hole in this cave that Phra Sang (the Main character) used to hide from Panturat before escaping. Once Panturat found out that he was gone, she died-heart-attack in this area, there will be many episodes for you to find out. Next station, visit Khao Sok viewpoint. From this point, in the open sky, observe the view of Phanthurat Mountain that stretches in the north-south line, like a giant corpse that dies after the conch escapes from her according to legend. It is the beauty of nature that hides the aura of a small tragedy The final destination, visiting Meayai waterfall in Khaosok which is a very easily accessible place, and the most popular place for picnic.

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What people are saying about Krabi Province

We were only the two of us on this tour this day. No rush going from place to place. Our guides were very nice, welcoming, and good at informing. We really recommend this if you want to do something different, and enjoy being in nature. Our guides also took lots of photos which they sent to us on email afterwards. We first went to the temple, because early there are few people there, which was good. Had the temple almost to ourselves. It was beautiful. After this we went for the bamboo rafting. The water was not very clear due to heavy rain the day before. It can be so clear that you can see the bottom. Still a nice experience. Had lunch at a floating restaurant on the river. Food was very good. Kayaking: We got to see macaques jumping from trees into the water, beautiful caves, mangrove forrest, and a snake crossing the river. You can also see sea otters, and other wild life if lucky. Remember sunscreen and mosquito repellant. You will get wet. Flip flops is OK. Not much walking

We got picked up right on time by the very kind team. It was about 50 min drive to the first activity which was bamboo raft. We had the pleasure to be all alone for this activity and therefore had the river to ourselves. At the end of the river the driver was ready to take us to the bigger river where we would kayak for a while. Again only me and my wife, the guide and her kayak “driver”. First stop was great skull cave, amazing limerock formation and also cave paintings. I would reccommend a flashlight so to better see the paintings :) then we paddled further to another amazing cave, which we could paddle straight through - completely astonishing. After this we got served lunch, made to our request vegetarian :) after this We got transported to the wat Bong Thong temple, again our very kind guide took us through the temple and it really felt like a VIP tour. All in all one of the best experiences. If you are looking to get a day away from the beach and crowds, this is for you!

Simply great! We had an incredibly beautiful day. Since there is very little going on at the moment (Corona), we were lucky enough to be alone. We felt like VIPs. Our guide Hen (Henry) was very friendly, spoke good English and had a lot of knowledge. The raft tour was very interesting to enjoy just be quiet you hear so many different sounds it feels like you are in the jungle we could even see a snake. When we went kayaking, we were off the route and our guide showed us a lagoon, the way there is amazing, you can't be modest, you have to see it. We also liked the visit to the temple, it is huge, there are many monk statues and beautiful murals to admire, although our guide is a Muslim, he told and explained a lot to us about Buddhism. It's worth doing this tour, we had a great day! Thanks.

This trip was an amazing experience! We were lucky to be the only two on the tour. The places we visited were quiet and beautiful. Well organised tour with a very knowledgeable guide (named Hon) His English was very good and his knowledge of the places we visited was second to none. He was very interesting especially about the local nature. Would highly recommend!!

It was amazing! If you want to see something different than beaches for a day. The tour guide was also super sweet and helped me all day! Had a really nice time!