Duration: 6 days / 5 nights
Tour operates: 01st of November-30th of April
Tour starts: Phuket
Tour finishes: Phuket
Type of tour: Private (minimum 2 persons)
Price per person based on double occupancy
Day 1. Phuket
Arrive in Phuket and take the transfer to the hotel, check-in. Enjoy free time and dinner in the evening.
Day 2. Krabi
Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning you will drive to Tham Pee Hua Toh and Tham Lot caves. They
are the attractions of the Tan Bok Korani Park and very popular among tourists from all over the
world. You will witness beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, ancient rock paintings and even see
traces of when ancient people lived there.
Next, you will visit Sa Morakot (Emerald Lake), which is located in a forest park on the border of
Krabi and Trang provinces. It is famous for its unusual water color, which can vary from light blue to
intense blue emerald, depending on the time of day and lighting. Due to the natural hot springs
underground, the lake water remains warm enough and heavily mineralized. It is the high
concentration of minerals in the water that makes the watercolor unusual. After you can bathe in
the “Hot waterfall”, which has five different levels, which form small pools.
A transfer will take you to the pier and you will depart for Koh Lanta. Hotel check-in. Dinner
among mangrove trees is provided. Free time.
Day 3. Koh Lanta
Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will enjoy a sea adventure called “The 4 Islands”: snorkeling at Koh
Chuek, moving towards Koh Mook to explore the cave, named Emerald Cave, but in order to enter it,
you have to cross an 80 meter tunnel. You will have lunch and a rest at Koh Nai Island, then do some
snorkeling near Koh Ma and feed the fish. After this you will return to Koh Lanta, where you will be
driven to the viewpoint and visit Koh Lanta’s Old Town. Dinner will be provided.
Day 4. Krabi
Breakfast at the hotel. You will be taken kayaking through mangrove trees. Feeding monkeys with
bananas, visiting a fish farm and feeding the fish. A transfer will take you to the pier and board a ferry
to Krabi province. Check-in at your hotel and explore the Railay area i.e. visit Phra Nang (Diamond)
cave. Free time. Once it gets dark, all bars and restaurants on Railay beach open and you can listen to
reggae music or watch the amazing fire shows.
Day 5. Krabi
Breakfast at the hotel. Then take a trip to Poda island, it is the easiest way to arrange a one-day
“Bounty” holiday on a real tropical island with white sand, gentle emerald sea and spectacular sea
horizon. You will be able to sunbathe, swim and feel like a discoverer of an “uninhabited” island.
Hong and Kai islands represent a peaceful relaxing place with sandy beaches, emerald clear water,
beautiful scenery and coral reefs. Koh Hong is known for its lagoons, gorges and caves. Due to
serious damage it is prohibited to enter some bays of the island, but specially designed kayaks
will also take you there. People harvest the nests from the caves of this island and cook a stunning
soup which is a real delicacy. Tiny Koh Kai is known for its underwater beauty and gorgeous sandy
beaches. It is called Koh Kai (egg) because it wasonce the site where sea turtles laid their eggs.
Here you will have a great chance to snorkel and watch the colorful tropical fish and coral reefs.
After this you will return to the hotel and enjoy some free time.
Day 6. Krabi
Breakfast at the hotel. Tiger temple or Tiger Cave – one of the most amazing places in Krabi. Locals
say that a tiger used to live in the cave and its roar was heard resounding through the whole
neighborhood. Many years later when the tiger had gone, this place became the favorite one for
Buddhist monks to meditate. You will be able to see both the cave where a tiger used to live and the
forest for meditation. But surely the most important aspect is the viewpoint, which has a Buddha
image located on the top of the mountain. There is also a staircase with 1237 steps leading to the top.
It’s not easy to get up since the steps are high and wild monkeys can annoy you on the way, but once
you are there, you will realize that this climb is not in vain. The height offers amazing views of Krabi’s
limestone cliffs, palm plantations, Krabi town and Ao Nang Beach.
Our next stop is at Huay Toh Waterfall which is one of the most popular and interesting in the Krabi
province. It represents a powerful stream of water falling from the mountain over 1219 meters.
Reaching the top is a popular tourist spot but it’s only possible to do this from January to March.
In the rainy season from June to September the waterfall is the most charming.
Dinner is provided at the restaurant with spectacular panoramic views of Phang Nga Bay.
After you will return to Phuket around 18:00.
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