Krabi Rainforest Day Tour

May 12, 2012 by  
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Hot Spring, Krabi

Learn and discover the amazing natural wonders of the rainforest santuary in Krabi. Along the jungle tracks to the hotspring, watch out for the tall swaying bamboo trees that grows among other plants with their built-in defense systems; observe closely their big sharp thorns that protect themselves from danger. Species of insects, spiders, birds, flowers, rattan creepers and hermit mountain crabs can be found here. This place is rich in tropical  fora and fauna. Here one can observe the intricacy growth of the climbing rattan or the  marching black jungle ants among the pitcher plants growing under the forest canopy shade.
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Bor Thor Kayaking

May 12, 2012 by  
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Borthor Kayaking
One of the most popular activities in Krabi is kayaking through magnificient sea caves in Bor Thor. This simple, relaxing and environmental friendly activity enables visitors to paddle through a world of nature wonders that drives Krabi’s tourism.

Krabi, Surat Thani, Phang Nga and Trang are the areas in Southern Thailand where karst intrusions are most pronounced. These limestone karsts were formed 260 million years ago when shallow sea, running the entire length of South East Asia, slowly built up deep deposits of coral and shells which were later buried under sediments washing in from the land. Compressed  deep  in the earth, these remains  of  calcium carbonate formed limestone karsts which was trust up 30 million years ago when two continental plate collided. ( When you are in “Tham Pee Hua Toh,” look for the supporting evidence of fossillized sea shells up in the cave. ) With the celestial eruption, a labyrinth of cave chambers,  passageways and magnificent outdoor landscapes are created as favourite for kayaker’s paradise.

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The Magic of Phanga-nga Bay

April 22, 2012 by  
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Believe It or Not Tabu Island was created because of anger. There is a local story that said : once upon a time, there was a fisherman who normally caught a lot of fish everyday for selling at the market. One day, as usual, he went to net, but it was not his day. He threw his net many, many times but got nothing. With great patience he tried again and again, but still got nothing.
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Krabi Elephant Trekking

April 20, 2012 by  
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Krabi Elephant Trekking
Elephant is seen as a symbol of the nation and a talisman for the Thai people. With their wrinkly gray skin and swaying trunk, they are a fascinating combination of brute force, gentleness and remarkable agility that inspires both respect and affection. Elephant calves begin their training when they are about four years old. They quickly learn and obey the words of command. They get to know their driver (mahout), and get used to being mounted and dismounted.

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Krabi ATV.

March 9, 2012 by  
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Krabi ATV Ride : Thrills on 4 wheels

Krabi ATV Ride
The ATV certified and enthusiastic instructor for the day was Mr. Prompong Janjaem or in short, Pong. The wild and exciting scenery of the ATV base camp is located in the beautiful nature of Ton Pariwat Wildlife Sanctuary, in the Phang Nga Province – just a short drive from the Krabi Province. The group joining the expedition consisted of a diverse group of people from Malaysia, Singapore, Germany and Thailand. The transfer from the Rafting base camp, where we had just finished a thrilling 5 km rafting experience, to the ATV base camp for the second part of the tour – riding an All Terrain Vehicle or Quad – took few minutes. Upon reaching the pick up point the ATV staff members were already waiting for us under aggressive rain… We were explained the basic theory of ATV riding by Pong: one needed to pull and push the steering; going uphill one had to lean forward and downhill backward; in a curve one had to tighten the knees around the vehicle’s main body and lean on to the curving direction, right for right and left for left; the use of the gears, on the contrary of other motor-vehicles, was by pushing the foot gear pedal up; the brakes one on the right foot level and the other one on the right hand level of the steer; The accelerator consisted of a thumb throttle instead of the typical motorcycle twist grip; the automatic start button was situated on the right hand and needed to be pressed together with one of the brakes; safety measures included wearing helmet, using extreme common sense and caution and of course, a group of watchful assistant instructors. The squad started the march heading out to the first ATV training circuit, where we would have the chance to warm up our newly learned skills. I, despite the heavy rain and a muddy terrain, had swiftly decided to take along my SLR camera ready for some photographic action. To an onlooker the view of fifteen heavy and roaring quads parading in rough weather and wild surroundings could have easily been mistaken for an USA platoon on a mission of some kind. The 400 cc quads painted in a desert camouflage style and the centaurs wearing helmets and outdoor clothing – perhaps – reinforced this picture.

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Krabi Eco Cycle.

March 3, 2012 by  
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Eco cycling in Krabi.

Eco Cycling in Krabi
Mountain biking in Krabi is the best experience you’ll have in Thailand. Organise and participate cycle trips around Krabi Province to give an insight into the natural surroundings with an exciting adventure off the beaten track. Sightseeing at it’s best and get close to nature. If you are fit – try an overnight trip !. Try to plan the time and effort on the journey to ensure your bicycling trip as the most enjoyable part of your vacation. Currently we are running the 1-day Krabi bike tour and we customize it for what the group wants (how far the group can ride). If you go to see 6 attractions in one day you’re going to be VERY tired and sleep all the next day at the beach. Even if you’re in shape for mountain biking you’re going to find it a challenge. The 35 mile bicycle ride is mostly over flat roads and some very small hills. The trek up to the top of Krabi Tiger Cave – 1,237 steps will be quite an effort after you just biked 31 miles and though you’ll congratulate yourself over and over if you can actually make the full tour – there’s no need to! We can customize the bike tour to meet your needs and match your physical fitness level so you have the best time possible on this Krabi bike tour. Read more

Krabi 4 Islands Excursion

February 8, 2012 by  
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Phranang Cave Beach
Points to consider when you are planning a stress free holiday in Krabi :-

1. Choose an excursion for the day from the wide selection of  attractions you want to visit and explore ?
2. Try to do an early advanced reservation due to your time constraint and precious holiday moments. No use walking, haggling for a last minute bargain on the beach ending up with a frustrating and tired mood for your loved ones.
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Koh Hong Kayaking & Excursion

January 10, 2012 by  
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Hong Island, Krabi
We are going to our “breathtaking room” to day dream and sanook on the beach. Once you enter, you are in a large natural lagoon with calm, translucent emerald waters and is relatively shallow. Totally encircled by cliffs, this turquoise pool is only accessible via a small opening in the reef, wide enough to accommodate just one boat at a time. The gorgeous cove is home to an interesting mix of marine species and as the sun descended, the receding tide gradually revealed a long stretch of powdery sand dotted with hordes of starfish, with Mother Nature demonstrating her magnificence, glory and beauty in one stroke
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Ao Thalane Eco-system

December 11, 2011 by  
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Ao Thalane Kayaking
Touching base in Krabi,  one must not missed out kayaking in Ao Thalane, which will allow visitors to paddle through pristine nature at its best  setting.

Ao Thalane is a small fishing village, located in the heart of a well established natural network of  intricate mangrove channels surrounded by towering limestone canyon  formations  complete with lovely sandbanks where navigation is possible only  during Read more

Whitewater Rafting in Phang-nga

July 8, 2011 by  
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Although there are no large rivers in Krabi, nearby Phang Nga province is a good place to enjoy this eco-friendly adventure sport. Most rafting trips take place on the Khlong Song Phraek stream in the Ton Paritwat Wildlife Sanctuary, not far from Phang Nga Town. This stream is quite narrow with a few boulders. A lot of fun if you do not mind getting wet but pretty tame if you have been whitewater rafting on larger rivers.
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