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Krabi Sightseeing – Hidden Gems

There’s always the challenge of narrowing down your sightseeing list while on vacation. You don’t want to put too many things on your list and run out of time to see everything. But you also don’t want to find out about cool places after your trip is over. If you’re hoping to land in Krabi, Thailand any time soon, this is a list of Krabi sightseeing spots that are considered to be off the beaten path.

Nam Tok Rawn – Steamy Krabi Sightseeing

The hot springs are in the same jungle reserve as the Emerald Pool and Thung Teao forest Natural Park (which you should also check out if you have time). The water averages at a warm 35-40 degrees Celsius and is full of natural mineral salts. It does tend to get busy so you should try to get there early to enjoy it before anyone else! On a cooler or rainy day this would be the perfect place to make the most of the poor weather.

Tab Kak Hang Nak Hill Natural Trail

It’s more of a hike than a walk. This “nature trail” has rough terrain and gets quite steep, but it’s totally worth it to see this view. You will be able to see for miles once you get to the top. For this reason, it had to make the Krabi sightseeing list! Make sure you have decent footwear and lots of water, the hike there and back (plus an amazing photo shoot) can be done in four hours.

Huai To Waterfall

Located in Khoa Phanom Bencha national park, this waterfall has crystal clear water that’s cool enough to refresh anyone after they walk around. There are five large pools the waterfall cascades down before it reaches the bottom. There’s also a “hidden” waterfall beyond this one that requires another short hike to see.

Caves in Ao Luek

Ao Luek is well-known for a mangrove forest and tons caves to explore. The caves can be reached by long-tail boat and have many ancient cave drawings on their walls. It’s highly recommended to do this as a guided tour to learn all of the history as you are exploring each cave.

Island Hopping Cruise

Out of everything on this list, this is likely one of the more well-known Krabi sightseeing adventures… but the views are so unbelievable that we couldn’t help but add it! There’s no way you can go to Thailand without hitting the water and exploring nearby islands. The island cruise allows you to see a different side to Thailand that not everyone is lucky enough to experience. You can even watch the sunrise or set across the Andaman Sea, which is just as stunning as it sounds.

You already knew the beaches were legendary, but now you have so many other things to check out in Krabi, Thailand. From hidden waterfalls to hiking trails and caves, Krabi offers so many different experiences that aren’t as well-known. The best part is, these are only some of the many Krabi sightseeing adventures you can go on while you’re there!

Railay Beach, Krabi – What Dreams Are Made Of

There are very few people that would need to think long and hard about whether or not they would go on vacation to Thailand. It’s reasonably priced, has delicious food and warm weather, plus the scenery will take your breath away. But exploring all of Thailand might not be an option for you, so we’ve narrowed it down to the one place with it all – Railay Beach in Krabi. It has everything you could every want from a vacation destination and then some!

A Railay Beach for You

If you’re looking for a vacation that revolves around lounging on a picturesque beach, Railay Beach is your perfect paradise. You have the choice of four beaches to lounge on, including Railay West, Ton Sai Beach, Phra Nang Cave Beach and Railay East.

Railay West

The main beach and where some of the best restaurants and cafes can be found. It is often times busier than the other beaches but has unreal views of the limestone cliffs and is the start of the Walking Street. Most of the island cruises depart and return here throughout the day so it’s definitely a side adventure you should look into!

Ton Sai

It’s much quieter than the other beaches because the close reefs and shallow water deter people from swimming and snorkeling. Rock climbing is one of the most popular activities for this beach with a variety of climbs from 5 to 8c difficulty.

Phra Nang Cave Beach

Near the southern tip of the peninsula, it’s more popular than Railay West during high season because it offers everything. There’s shallow, crystal clear water that’s perfect for swimming, two small nearby islands and caves to explore.

Railay East

A narrow beach that’s home to many local fishing boats. While it might not look similar to the other beaches, this is where the parties happen during high season. The care-free vibe is enjoyed by everyone while music is blasting and fruity cocktails are being made. Tew Lay, Joy’s and The Last Bar are only some of the few hot spots along the strip you can stop at.

Into the Jungle

The beaches offer some of the best views and nightlife in Thailand, along with tons of adventures from rock climbing and shopping to exploring the waters. But what if you want to change things up? Well, Railay Beach, Krabi isn’t just about beaches!

If you’re in for leg day, hiking to the Hidden Lagoon and Railay Beach Viewpoint is for you. It’s very important to note that this is NOT for everyone! The “hike” is more of a climb and is quite treacherous (especially to the hidden lagoon). When you reach the top of the viewpoint you’re rewarded with some amazing views of the area. If you found the climb to the viewpoint manageable then you could consider continuing to the hidden lagoon.

The hidden lagoon looks like something straight out of a movie. Take a look at these pictures to see for yourself! The difficulty in getting there also means it’s never crowded. Allot at least two hours for the hike to both spots (ensuring you’ll be back before sunset).

By now you can understand why Railay Beach, Krabi is what dreams are made of. The beaches are known world-wide for their beauty and offer so many other adventures! It’s the perfect destination for every traveler and will always leave you wanting more.

Reach New Heights in Krabi, Thailand

For most, Thailand is a vacation destination to chill on a beach all day while soaking up the sun. However, rock climbers will instantly think of the hundreds of climbing hotspots they want to hit up. Huge limestone cliffs are an iconic part of Krabi’s scenery and if you look closely, you’ll likely spot a few people scaling the giant landmarks. If this sparks your interest for a possible climbing adventure, then you’re in the right place! We’re sharing some of the top climbing spots in Krabi, Thailand along with other must-do bucket list activities.

Krabi, Thailand – Beginner Friendly

Even if you’re never rock climbed before, this can be your chance to try it out! This is a great place to learn how to rock climb. There are plenty of rock climbing schools that teach you the basics and you have the option of doing a group tour. You’ll always have someone nearby if you need any help or encouragement. While there are many options for beginner and intermediate climbers, there are also plenty of challenging climbs for pros.

Be Prepared

Unlike lounging on the beach with a fruity cocktail, rock climbing is physically demanding. It’s quite the workout, so make sure you’re comfortable with that required level of strength and fitness. If you’re going through a rock climbing school and guided tour, they’ll provide you with all the safety equipment that you’ll need. Although most people opt to climb without socks in their climbing shoes, for the rentals, you might want to wear a thin anklet sock for hygienic reasons.

Sunglasses aren’t mandatory, but with a lot of direct sunshine, they might be a good idea. Climbing all the way up a cliff and not being able to see the amazing view because the sun is in your eyes would be a bummer.

If you want to snap some photos, then bring a compact camera, or your smart phone. To avoid loss or damage make sure it’s in a durable case, and securely fastened to your harness. Attach a GoPro to your helmet if you you want an epic video to share later!

Places to Climb in Krabi

There are plenty of options for every skill level. Both Railay Beach and Ton Sai Beach have some of the most well-known places like:

  • Diamond Cave
  • Phranang Wall
  • Muay Thai and One-Two-Three Wall
  • Candle Stick Wall
  • Ao Nang Tower
  • Dum’s Kitchen
  • Ton Sai Wall and Roof

Group tours will already have set areas and routes for you to climb, but if you’re interested in going off on your own, and you have your own gear, then there are plenty of guidebooks that offer  information about various climbs. They’ll include information about  the grade/difficulty, how to get to there, etc. You can find more information here.

Wind Down

Depending on how long you go climbing for, you might still have some downtime in the evening once you’ve seen Krabi, Thailand from a bird’s eye view. Instead of calling it a night, you should check out some other local, more relaxing adventures. A sunset cruise is the perfect thing to do if you want to relax on the water. If you’re not up for snorkeling or kayaking after your big day, you can simply float in the water and watch the sunset.

Whether you’re looking to try something new or have climbed hundreds of crags, Krabi, Thailand offers a climbing adventure for everyone. You’ll enjoy every part of this experience with highly rated climbing schools to ensure your safety. Ask all the questions you have before you head out so you feel as comfortable as possible. No matter where you end up climbing, the view will be spectacular!

Private Morning Cruise – Go for It!

Giving people the chance to cruise around the Andaman Sea in a wooden Siamese junk and take in sights they have never seen before is something we never get tired of doing. The look of excitement and amazement never fades, and it’s something we want to try and help everyone experience. But being cautious about taking our word for how great this cruise is, is pretty understandable, which is why we openly share reviews as well. This recent customer wanted to share their experience of the private morning cruise to let you know what’s in store.

 

My husband and I both wanted a simple wedding with close friends and family. Neither of us saw the need to have a glamorous wedding, and this actually meant we had saved a reasonable amount of money by doing so. While some would keep those savings tucked away for future investments or expenses, we wanted to celebrate with our wedding party!

Where to go?

I scrolled through countless travel blogs, Instagram pages and everything else I could find about where we should go. When I started looking into Thailand I noticed that there were a bunch of vastly different things our party could enjoy, but a private morning cruise is where I stopped scrolling.

I got in touch with Krabi Sunset Cruises to get more info about the activities and pricing. When you factor in everything that’s included, renting a private morning cruise for your wedding party is more affordable than expected!

Bright & Early Morning Cruise

I’m not a huge morning person, so getting up before 10 while on vacation wasn’t something I was looking forward to… but it was totally worth it! Our group was on the water before anyone else, it was so peaceful. It’s probably the one and only time I will be drinking coffee and eating breakfast while floating on the Andaman Sea! Taking the morning cruise also meant we still had time to go out later that afternoon.

Dive in

The real fun began when we arrived at our first stop. Everyone jumped into the water with snorkeling gear, paddle boards, and even a kayak and went exploring. The crew got some of the coolest pictures of my husband diving off of the top deck of the boat. My mom is a little less adventurous than the rest of the group, but she was happy soaking up the sun and occasionally putting her feet in the water.

Book it

This was hands down one of the best trips I’ve ever taken! There were a bunch of different options so everyone in our group could do something they wanted.  The entire experience felt like a dream. I would highly recommend this private morning cruise to anyone who is travelling with a group! You get privacy and adventure bundled up in the perfect package with an amazing crew to take care of you.

Hopefully this has given you a better idea about what to expect and whether or not it’s for you. If this sounds like something you’d like to do, get in touch with us. We’d love to chat about all of your different options to make sure you have an unreal time!

Trips in Krabi for Absolutely Everyone

Some people are lucky enough to be able to travel without having to constantly think about possible accessibility restrictions, others aren’t as lucky. Travelling with a disability usually results in having to miss out on certain activities and excursions. However, more companies are trying to make sure that everyone can enjoy the experience. One of the top trips in Krabi that makes sure everyone can enjoy the beautiful Thailand waters is an island cruise.

Trips in Krabi for those with Physical Disabilities

You may have thought jumping into the sea and snorkelling is something that would never be possible for you, and you’re not alone. Many travellers believed that they would have to sit out and miss the experience of a lifetime. However, Krabi Sunset Cruises wanted to change that for those travelling in Thailand. If you’re interested in taking this cruise and need extra assistance just let the staff know beforehand. That way they can make sure they have everything they need in order to make this a wonderful day for everyone. If you’re still on the fence about whether or not they can accommodate you or someone you know, we encourage you take a look at a previous customers’ review.

In case you were wondering – prescription goggles are on hand for those who require glasses. You’ll be able to see the beautiful marine life clearly.

No matter what disability you have, it’s recommended that you prepare in advance to make sure everything goes smoothly. Remember to keep these things in mind as well when you’re booking your trip.

Novice Swimmer

To further prove that they cater to everyone, the staff make sure that novice swimmers are comfortable in the water. There are basic swimming lessons offered, so you feel more comfortable in the water. Staff and other travellers will be close by at every stop if you need help while you’re in the water. There are always life jackets, paddle boards and kayaks available if you feel more comfortable floating.

Best Value Seekers

This cruise is not only for those with physical limitations, but also for those who want the absolute best value for their travel dollars. Considering that you get an entire morning or afternoon cruise, with full access to all the gear needed for snorkelling, paddle boarding and kayaking, for roughly $90 USD, it works out to an amazing deal. Especially if this is one of the bigger excursions you plan on doing while in Thailand.

Whether you need glasses, assistance in the water or don’t have a lot of extra money to spend on excursions, Krabi Sunset Cruises is one of the trips in Krabi for you. It is so good to see that companies are implementing training and specialized equipment to ensure that everyone is accommodated, and able to travel with ease. If you want to do a little more research about the cruise, check out all of these other reviews. It will give you a good idea about what to expect and prepare for during this trip in Krabi. If you still have questions please reach out directly. In doing so you’ll be able to explain your situation, and know for certain whether you or a person in your travel group can be accommodated.

Private Morning Cruise – Travel Thailand VIP Style

If you’ve done any research at all about vacationing in Thailand, you’ve likely come across more than a few cruise experiences. A cruise gives you the chance to see the area from a completely different angle and in some cases, explore nearby islands. While most cruises have you sharing the experience with others, there are some companies that offer a more exclusive experience. Because let’s face it, sometimes you don’t want to partake in small talk with strangers. A private morning cruise offers the best of both words – you get to see another beautiful side of Thailand while sharing the experience with only your closest friends.

When you read “exclusive” your mind probably jumps straight to expensive, but that’s not necesarily the case. There are very affordable private sunset cruises, so don’t disregard it just yet.

Private Morning Cruise Flexibility

Since a morning cruise is usually based around you getting to see the sunrise, or at least the early morning light, you have to be up early. On a normal day that’s doable, but when you’re in vacay mode a 7am departure is earlier than you want. With this cruise, you can hit the water at whatever time you want! This flexibility makes it easier for groups travelling together because not everything goes according to plan. The private cruise departs from the same area (Ao Nang and Railay) as the public one and has the same return time of 1pm. So remember, the more time you stay in bed, the less time you get to enjoy the open ocean and amazing views.

Intimate Experience

It’s so cool to meet new people and make lasting connections while travelling, but sometimes you just want to kick back with your close friends and family. Booking a private morning cruise gives you just that. Whether your group is celebrating a wedding, birthday or just wants to go on this adventure together, there’s no better intimate experience than hosting a private party at sea!

While many who are looking into this are travelling in a group, you can also book this if you’re only traveling in a small party. This could be a once in a lifetime chance to have a very special morning on the Andaman Sea with your closest buds.

Limited Time

It seems like an opportunity that’s too good to be true, so it’s understandable that this may only available for a limited time. If you’re planning a trip to Thailand any time soon, make sure to book this experience! It’s a simple way to elevate your experience and make memories for a lifetime. You’ll be able to make your own schedule, see islands VIP style and explore the water at every stop.

A private morning cruise is the VIP experience you need to look into if you’re travelling to Thailand in the near future. Cruise the sea in luxury, snorkel, paddle board, kayak and swim and share an amazing adventure with only your closest family and friends. It’s your vacation so you deserve to spend it how you want. If you’re interested in this experience, get in touch with Krabi Sunset Cruises.

Booze Cruise Better in Thailand

The ultimate level of luxury and adventure while on vacation usually involves hitting the water while indulging in a bevy or two. Not only do you get to see your destination from a completely new angle, you can appreciate the marine life and get away from the overcrowded cities. There are booze cruises at almost every vacation destination you can think of… so where do you plan on going? If you haven’t already made that decision, here are some things that will likely sway you into choosing Thailand. A Thailand booze cruise will be easier on your wallet, offer some of the best views and you’ll meet some of the happiest people while on board.

Booze Cruise Views

If you thought the pictures of Thailand are incredible then just wait until you see it from the sea! A Thailand Booze cruise shows you a side of this tropical paradise that not everyone gets to see. One of the top rated cruises even allows you to explore the water at every stop. You will have some amazing scuba diving experiences with the crystal clear, turquoise waters that are filled with tropical fish. However, if you don’t want to dive into the water, lounge on the deck and soak up the sun as you enjoy a drink.

Another reason that it beats other booze cruise locations is the weather. Unlike other parts of the world, blue skies and warm temperatures are almost a guarantee during the dry season. Who wants to be stuck in side with grey skies when they could be out making memories in paradise?!

Treat Yourself

While alcohol on North American and European booze cruises is fairly expensive, Thailand offers drinks that are very affordable. Sangsom whiskey is a local spirit of choice with a very mellow taste. It’s made from sugarcane and aged in oak barrels which technically categorizes it as rum, but it’s still referred to as whiskey. The low cost means that you and your friends can enjoy some drinks without maxing out your budget. This is only one of the many popular spirits you can get into on a Thailand booze cruise.

Good vibes & Great people

Thailand lives up to being “the land of smiles”. Not only is Thailand ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world, there’s also a very relaxed outlook on life here, making it a perfect destination to kick back and relax. Mai bpen rai” is a common Thai phrase used that means “don’t mention it” or “you’re welcome”. This shows how the Thai lifestyle is simply go with the flow. The seemingly stress-free atmosphere welcomes all tourists and creates the perfect party atmosphere.

These are only some of the major points that make Thailand the top booze cruise destination. The combination of perfect weather, beautiful scenery, budget friendly drinks and good vibes will make you wish that your trip didn’t have to come to an end. A Thailand booze cruise is the perfect addition to your bucket list!

Visit Krabi Island Thailand During High Season

While there are many areas in Thailand that you can travel to year round, one of the best times to visit Krabi island in Thailand is during high season. Planning your trip for this time of year will guarantee some of the best weather, sights and festivals.

So let’s get into it! Here are some of the top reasons why high season is the best time for you to escape to this tropical paradise.

High season in Thailand is between November and March. It’s called high season because of the significant increase in tourists visiting the area. However, if you go early enough in November you beat the crowd and enjoy all of the other bonuses!

Krabi Island Thailand Weather

High season is also dry season for Krabi! Monsoon season ends in October, which brings cool temperatures (still pleasantly warm), lower than normal humidity levels and less rain. Compared to the scorching summer heat, this weather makes for an enjoyable day on the beach. You’ll be able to soak up the sun instead of trying to hide from it.

Scenery

Since monsoon season has recently come to an end, everything is starting to grow again. The area is blooming with new life, creating lush forests and unforgettable views. However, seeing the greenery on surrounding islands from afar doesn’t do it justice, so get in close with a boat cruise! Hit the water to feel a cool sea breeze while getting the best view possible when sailing from island to island.

Fewer tourists

Yes, high season means high tourist population, but not for the entire time! A lot of people aren’t yet thinking about escaping winter until January and February, so you’ve got some time to enjoy everything before it gets overcrowded. Prices for flights and hotels are also pretty moderate at the beginning of high season compared with later on.

Festival of Lights

Loi Krathong, also known as the Festival of Lights, is one of the biggest Thai festivals that takes place on the night of the 12th full moon every year (usually within the first few weeks of November). It’s not only to celebrate the river goddess “Mae Nam”, but also to give thanks. Traditionally, people join together and release krathongs (decorative floats) into the water as well as paper lanterns into the sky. Larger cities like Bankgkok and Chaing Mai are known for huge groups of people coming together. However, many gather in Krabi town as well as Ao Nang beach. Tourists are welcome to take part in the celebration and watch the beautiful sight.

By now, you likely don’t need any more convincing that high season is the time to land on Krabi island in Thailand. Keep in mind that the beginning of high season will mean less tourists in the area, you should have an amazing trip! As long as you book in advance you should be able to secure a trip. Enjoy the perfect weather, plants in bloom and endless adventures. Krabi Island, Thailand will make for the ultimate early winter getaway.

5 Reasons Why Thailand is the Top Tropical Spot

You want to go somewhere warm and sunny, easy as that. Thankfully, our wonderful planet has a ton of tropical destinations to give you just that! But nice weather isn’t the only thing you want to make sure your vacation has. You also want to be able to stick to your budget, have beaches to lounge on and mountains to hike.  As stressful as it might feel trying to find the perfect spot, your criteria actually helps narrow down your options significantly. There’s one place that can offer all of that and more – Thailand.

Thailand Weather

There are three official seasons – hot season, cool season and wet season. During the hot season, you can find everyone at the beach and there’s a lot to choose from! It’s most busy during the cool season, since temperatures are more comfortable. It’s the perfect weather to walk around and take in all the sites. When the wet season arrives, it’s best to avoid the southern part of Thailand as the islands tend to flood. This is when tourists go north. Bangkok and other cities in the area are rich with history and ancient ruins to explore.

There’s something to do no matter what season it is!

Price Point

Do a quick google search and you’ll find Thailand on almost every list of cheapest places to travel. Not only are the accommodations affordable, the day trips, taxis and food are reasonably priced too. You can plan on spending around 50 dollars a day while you’re there, keeping in mind that the location is a big factor that determines the price. You’ll also save quite a bit of money if you don’t consume a lot of alcohol as that can add up quickly. Overall, this is a great place to go if you don’t have a huge budget.

Sightseeing in Thailand

Honestly, everything there is breath taking. You may think that’s an overstatement, but Thailand has sights for everyone to enjoy. Lush jungles? Check. Temples and ancient ruins? Check. Lookout points at the top of a mountain? Check. Turquoise water and white beaches? Check.

There’s such a variety of options that makes this the perfect destination for everyone. No matter what your interests are, Thailand will have it covered.

Beaches

So beaches were quickly mentioned earlier, but that didn’t do them justice. The pictures you’ve likely seen on travel sites and Instagram are put through filters and edited. All of the beaches look like that, making for a gorgeous view while you soak up the sun. These areas do get quite busy, but there are enough beaches for everyone to find a spot to lay.

Boat Cruises

Is the sea calling your name? Then go! There are a bunch of boat cruises to take you to the surrounding islands. It’s a cool and affordable way to see another part of Thailand. Most boat cruises stop so that you can snorkel, kayak, paddle board or just float around. It’s a super chill way to enjoy this tropical paradise.

There are so many reasons why Thailand is the top tropical destination, and these alone may have already convinced you to go! You’ll be able to stick to your budget while spending your days exploring temples, lounging on beautiful beaches and hitting the open water! No matter what time you decide to go, Thailand will welcome you!

5 Thailand Facts – Krabi Island Hopping and more!

As one of the most visited countries in South East Asia, Thailand gives everyone the trip of a lifetime. But what do you really know about Thailand? Some facts (and the history behind them) have shaped Thailand into what we know it as today and you might not have known until now! Here are 5 interesting facts from walking fish to Krabi island hopping so you can get to know Thailand a little better!

1. It’s All in the Name

You probably know that Bangkok is the capital of Thailand. But did you know that Bangkok technically isn’t the full name? The real name is one of the longest names of a place in the world! Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphimanawatansathit Sakkathattiyawitsanukamprasit. It means: City of Angels, Great City of Immortals, Magnificent City of the Nine Gems, Seat of the King, City of Royal Palaces, Home of Gods Incarnate, Erected by Visvakarman at Indra’s Behest.” But you can just continue calling it Bangkok.

2. Endless Krabi Island Hopping

Sure, “endless” might seem like an exaggeration, but 1430 islands is still a lot! The best part about Thailand’s islands is that you can visit them!  Unlike some tourist places that just take you near an island, with a Krabi island hopping cruise you get to stop at some of the islands and actually explore the waters for a bit! How cool is that?!

3. Creatures of all shapes and sizes

Thailand is actually one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems, ranging from lush forests to sandy beaches. Because it’s so diverse, Thailand is home to many creatures. The bumblebee bat is the smallest mammal in the world and is found in Thailand. It’s also where the largest fish, the whale shark, can be found. But one of the most interesting animals in Thailand is a fish that can walk on land. Totally serious! Cryptotora thamicola, also known as the blind, waterfall-climbing cave fish. It uses its fins to crawl on land just like any other four legged land animal.

4. A Famous Delicacy

If you have a weak stomach you might want to skip to the next fact! The edible-nest swiftlet is a bird that got it’s name for an interesting reason… people eat their nests! The nests are made from the strands of saliva and are one of the most expensive delicacies on earth. They can sell for more than a thousand dollars!

5. Where Red Bull got it’s wings

The ever-so-popular energy drink Red Bull was inspired by Krating Daeng, a drink from Thailand that directly translates to “Red Bull”. Dietrich Mateschitz created his own version of the drink with ingredients that Western people would enjoy, and Red Bull was born.

There’s no denying that Thailand makes for a beautiful vacation destination, but there are so many other things to enjoy about Thailand that you might not even know! So whether you’re going to check out tiny the bumble bee bat actually is or see which islands are part of a Krabi island hopping cruise, keep learning about Thailand. Hopefully these interesting facts have sparked some curiosity for you to dig a little deeper!

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