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Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

The towering limestone karsts that jut out along the spectacular Krabi coastline are a magnet to climbers looking for their next adrenalin rush.

Over 700 routes that trace limestone crags, outcrops and sheer pocketed walls have been developed since rock climbing first took of here in the ’80s.

The single and multi-pitch routes at Railay and Tonsai offer varying degrees of difficulty are poplar with beginners and experts alike.

One of the newer climbing destinations is Ao Nang...

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Krabi Kart Speedway

Krabi Kart Speedway

This challenging one-kilometre circuit designed by experienced go-kart racers allows you put pedal to the metal and make like Lewis Hamilton.

There are four different karts available: The single-seaters are both four strokes, one with a 270cc engine, while the other is powered by a 420cc.

A racing kart that is only hired out to experienced drivers has a two-stroke 125cc engine.

Families with a need for speed are also accommodated with a double kart that seats two and has a four-stroke 270cc engine....

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Krabi Eco Cycle

Krabi Eco Cycle

The best way to see a new destination is by cycle and this company offers you the chance to do the Tour de Krabi through a variety of pedal powered tours.

Veteran travel guide, Wuttikrai Senkul, started the tours because he wanted to give tourists a different experience on cycles.

One half-day tour takes in the Ao-Nang region, while another heads to a waterfall with the opportunity to take in the beautiful scenery and way of life of the locals.

The full-day 20-km tour takes you through small villages, rubber plantations, rice paddies...

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Kayaking with Krabi Caveman

Kayaking with Krabi Caveman

Few visitors are aware that Krabi is home to some of the best prehistoric cave art in the Kingdom.

There are 10 sites in the region and the best way to see them is to book a tour with Krabi Caveman, one of the top kayaking operators here.

Their full day tour starts off at the fishing village of Ban Bor-Thor, paddling along the mangrove forests, and then through a dark tunnel to Tham Lod Tai, a massive sea grotto with its striking array of stalactites and stalagmites.

The next cave is the Tham Phi Hua-Toh (Big-Headed Ghost cave), which has 238 examples of cave art depicting human figures, bird, crocodiles, shamans, buffaloes, and fish...

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Snorkelling Safari

Snorkelling Safari

The waters around Krabi are home to a diverse collection of marine life with over 200 different species of fish and 80 types of coral.

There are plenty of diving and snorkeling tours on offer, but one of the best is Kon-tiki. In addition to the usual trips, they also offer PADI and Pro courses, technical diving, and liveaboards.

Their ‘snorkelling safari’ is a good choice for couples, groups of friends or families looking for a casual daytrip around the waters of Krabi.

After a transfer from the hotel to the boat, which cruises through the Ao Nang archipelago to Bamboo Island, home...

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