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Krabi is a wonderland. Over the years it has grown in popularity, attracting visitors due to its unspoilt natural landscape that has the advantage of beautiful attractions both on land and offshore. Tours around the area generally take in some of the truly beautiful islands and usually feature a combination of destinations. Let’s view few of the famous full day tours.

1. Phi Phi Islands by Speedboat

Only 45 minutes away from Krabi, Phi Phi and its fabulous surrounding islands are well worth a full-day tour to get to know what all the fuss is about. You’ll be hopping from one island to the next in the group, and will enjoy top-notch snorkelling in the crystal-clear waters of the Andaman Sea before to stop off for a picnic lunch at the splendid Dalum Bay on the main Phi Phi Island.

2. James Bond Island Day Trip

Phang Nga Bay - Tour Duration: 8h

Discover the most iconic landmarks in Phang Nga Bay during this exciting day trip by speedboat. You'll visit James Bond Island - the site where The Man with the Golden Gun was filmed in 1974 - and Panyee Village, a unique fishing village entirely built on stilts. Phang Nga Bay is one of the most impressive places in southern Thailand and a day trip by speedboat is the best way to explore it from Krabi, located one-hour away


3. Sunset Cruise in Catamaran over Andaman Sea

Krabi River and Coast - Tour Duration: 7h

Departing from Krabi Marina, this sunset cruise aboard a catamaran will take you first along the Krabi River, where you’ll slowly sail in the mangrove forest and see Krabi Town’s landmark, Khao Khanab Nam. You’ll then sail along the Krabi coast and enjoy a stunning sunset on the Andaman Sea with, in the distance, the silhouettes of some of the many islands that lie off-shore while feasting on delicious barbecue items such as prawns, beef, and chicken satay

4.Rainforest Discovery Tour

Krabi Inland - Tour Duration: 7h

The Rainforest Discovery Tour permits you to discover some of the most beautiful sites in Krabi Province. In the morning, you’ll head to Klong Thom National Park, which hosts natural wonders such as the Emerald Pool and the Blue Lagoon hidden in the thick jungle. After a hearty Thai lunch at a local restaurant, you’ll go and visit Tiger Cave. Get ready to climb the 1,272 steps that lead to the summit of a karst mountain which hosts a temple and Buddha statues.

5.Ban Bor Thor Kayaking Tour

Ao Luk - Tour Duration: 8h

Ban Bor Thor kayaking tour takes you through the mangrove forest of Ao Luk district in the northern part of Krabi Province. This area features some of the earliest human settlements in Thailand and you’ll certainly be thrilled by the wonders of nature it hosts. After a delicious lunch at a local restaurant, you’ll visit the cave of Tham Phi Hua Tho (Big-Headed Ghost Cave) which, viewed from the canal, looks like a huge limestone face.

6. 4-Island Tour by Traditional Big Longtail Boat from Krabi 

Set out across the Andaman Sea for a day-long tour of Krabi’s "4 Islands," and watch the tide uncover the slender spits that join the jungle isles. Explore the coastline by traditional longtail boat, and leave the day’s first footprints on fine, powdery beaches. Snorkel in a sheltered lagoon, linger in the swaying shade of coconut palms, and enjoy a picnic lunch on a pristine beach. Stroll between Tup Islets and Chicken Island, then cast off again toward fantastical rock formations that soar above the tropical sea.

7. Jungle Tour to Emerald Pool, Krabi Hot Spring and Tiger Cave Temple  

This full day tour will take you to Krabi's signature attractions nestled deep in the jungle: Wat Tahm Suea (the Tiger Cave Temple), Sra Morakot (the Emerald Pool) and Hot Spring Waterfall. This exotic and yet relaxing adventure kicks off with a refreshing swim in the Emerald Pool, a freshwater pool inside the Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve. There, you will get to soak yourself in a 120-square-meter pond sporting a mysterious green hue thanks to the abundance of minerals from the surrounding limestone hills. You will then head off to the Tiger Cave Temple, aptly named for the rock formation nearby resembling a tiger's claw. Enjoy walking in the jungle among the fantastic old trees and abundant rainforest. Relax in the natural bathtub with mineral hot water at Hot Spring Waterfall, known as it’s good for your health. Enjoy swimming at the natural swimming pool at the Emerald Pool. Enjoy a various lunch at a local restaurant.

8. Full-Day Tour to Cheow Lan Lake in Khao Sok National Park from Krabi 

Soak in the beauty of Cheow Lan Lake from a longtail boat during this full-day tour from Krabi. Travel by minivan to Khao Sok National Park, then transfer to the longtail boat for a cruise around jungle-covered limestone islands and a hike to Coral Cave. Have plenty of time for swimming and kayaking, and enjoy a Thai lunch at a lakeside restaurant.

9. Krabi 7 Islands Snorkeling Sunset and Bioluminescence Tour by Big Longtail Boat 

Visit and discover five of the most famous and popular Islands of Krabi : Poda Island, Chicken Island, Tub & Moh Island,Ma Taming Island, Yaowasam Island, Railay Beach and Phranang Cave.  Admire and explore one of Thailand’s unseen highlight and wonderful sandbank gradually separated sea at Tub Island. Enjoy snorkeling with an abundance of marine life in the coral reefs at Chicken Island, funny rock shape looks like Chicken’s head.  Discover and explore a well known beach for rock climbing at Railay and amazing the ancient spirit house located at Pranang Cave. Enjoy snorkeling at Yawasam Island with a great visibility and variety of hard corals. Enjoy a delightful sunset and explore what's like to swim among bioluminescence the wonderful natural that reveals at night.

10. Krabi 5 Islands and Talu Cave Snorkeling Tour by Longtail Boat

Snorkeling is one of Krabi’s most popular outdoor activities on this full-day tour that fits in five different islands and beaches. Glide across the Andaman Sea on a traditional longtail boat, stopping at top snorkeling spots and unspoiled beaches. The route is full of unusual natural features, like a disappearing sandbank, a chicken-head rock formation, and underwater tunnels that you can swim through. Explore Krabi’s spectacular geography Travel like locals do on a wooden longtail boat Swim through the sea tunnels at Talu Cave Enjoy a Thai buffet lunch on the beach.
 

Full Day Tours in Krabi

4 Island by Long tail Boat
Full Day Tours, Krabi
38.00 USD / Person
Rating 6 Reviews
4 Island by speedboat
Full Day Tours, Krabi
47.00 USD / Person
Rating 17 Reviews
Emerald pool + Hot Spring + Tiger Cave
Full Day Tours, Krabi
47.00 USD / Person
Rating 12 Reviews
Hong Island Tour (By Long Tailboat)
Full Day Tours, Krabi
38.00 USD / Person
Rating 20 Reviews
Hong Island Tour (By Speed Boat)
Full Day Tours, Krabi
47.00 USD / Person
Rating 25 Reviews
James bond Highlight by Long tail Boat
Full Day Tours, Krabi
59.00 USD / Person
Rating 21 Reviews
James bond Highlight by Speed Boat
Full Day Tours, Krabi
74.00 USD / Person
Rating 17 Reviews
James Bond Sea Canoe by Long tail Boat
Full Day Tours, Krabi
67.00 USD / Person
Rating 10 Reviews
James Bond Sea Canoe by Speed Boat
Full Day Tours, Krabi
74.00 USD / Person
Rating 12 Reviews
Kayaking & Elephant Trek at Ao Thalane
Full Day Tours, Krabi
70.00 USD / Person
Rating 11 Reviews
Kayaking at Ao Thalane Tour
Full Day Tours, Krabi
42.00 USD / Person
Rating 12 Reviews
Kayaking at Bor Thor Tour
Full Day Tours, Krabi
59.00 USD / Person
Rating 13 Reviews
Kayaking Bor Thor and Elephant Trekking
Full Day Tours, Krabi
70.00 USD / Person
Rating 15 Reviews
Khao Sok 1 Day
Full Day Tours, Krabi
97.00 USD / Person
Rating 6 Reviews
Khao Sok 2 Days 1 Night
Full Day Tours, Krabi
192.00 USD / Person
Rating 13 Reviews
Morakot Cave tour w/ lunch
Full Day Tours, Krabi
47.00 USD / Person
Rating 20 Reviews

More About Krabi Tourism

It's estimated that there are around 200 islands and islets around the Krabi coastline, many are small rocky outcrops that rise precipitously out of the sea and have no landing access. Others are larger and uninhabited, with characteristic tiny white sand beaches, coral reefs, and intricate cave systems.

The river is a hub of activity with fishing boats and river taxis ferrying both locals and visitors to spots near and far and the pier to the west of town is the place to catch a ride to the surrounding beaches and islands. Many visitors hurry to the big name destinations - Railay, Ao Nang, Koh Lanta, Koh Phi Phi - getting in and out of town as quickly as possible. But for those interested in a dose of genuine Thai culture and hospitality, sticking around Krabi Town and enjoying the tour is a rewarding experience.

People Also Ask About Krabi

  1. Is Krabi Thailand safe?

    Krabi Thailand is safe in terms of low crime rate; however, like in all other famous destinations one should be vigilant in Krabi, too, from pickpockets. One can always avoid this problem by acting sensibly and exercising caution. The province has nearly 80 islands.

  2. Is Krabi Thailand expensive?

    Krabi is slightly more expensive than other areas in Thailand; however prices in general are much, much lower than in the West 

  3. Is 3 days enough in Krabi?

    You can stay there for a long time if you can. But many opt to take a day trip from Krabi and that's also great. You need to book a tour package from a local travel agent for Phi Phi islands and Maya Bay. You will have to start early morning to land at Phi Phi islands by late morning.

  4. How much does a meal cost in Krabi?

    While meal prices in Krabi can vary, the average cost of food in Krabi is ?367 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Krabi should cost around ?147 per person.

  5. Why is Krabi famous?

    Krabi is famous for its scenic view and breathtaking Beaches and Islands. Its coral reef vistas are also one of the world's most beautiful, which makes the city a great spot for coral diving and many other tours.

  6. Which is the best part of Krabi to stay in?

    Best area to stay in Krabi

    • Ao Nang: probably the most popular place in the Krabi area
    • Railay & Tonsai Beach: the remote area of Krabi, reachable only by boat.
    • Nopparat Thara & Klong Haeng: a long shallow beach, very quiet, a perfect spot for a family holiday with kids or just a peaceful stay with a few sunset walks.
  7. Is Krabi beautiful ?

    Krabi is the most relaxing part to be in all of Thailand, it is a province that has the most stunning scenery imaginable, beautiful white beaches that stretch on for miles, a jungle and over 200 islands just of the coast.

  8. Does Krabi have good nightlife?

    Krabi nightlife offers vacationers a good choice of entertainment opportunities after dark. Krabi, while not being in the same league as Patong or Bangkok, has its own distinctive nightlife

  9. Is Krabi good for families?

    Krabi Province is a destination made in heaven for families. There is so much to do and see that you'll never have a dull moment as the province has at least 154 islands to explore, jungle elephant paths to trek along, exotic waterfalls and emerald-green ponds.

  10. Where should I live in Krabi?

    Where to stay in Krabi? A guide to the different areas in Krabi

    • Ao Nang – the main tourist centre.
    • Nopparat Thara – Ao Nang's up-and-coming neighbour.
    • Railay Beach – hippy-chic, with an island feel.
    • Ton Sai Bay – backpackers' and climbers' hangout.
    • Klong Muang & Tupkaek – upmarket escape from the crowds.