Cruising south of Krabi not far from Khlong Thom, you
will find a sensational spot for a hot bath. The hot springs,
called Hua Nahm Khao, near Ban Na...read more
The developing island at the southern end of the province is
home to sea gypsy communities, where you will meet nature
and tradition. A National Park area that comprises many
different islands surrounded by coral reefs.
Phi Hua Toh Cave
Found in the nearby Bor Thor area, surrounded by mangrove swamps and reachable by boat or kayak, is where you can see pre-historic rock paintings depicting animals and humans.
Called Khlong Song Nam by the locals, which in Thai literally means "two water canal", because of its special feature location where crystal clear freshwater meets seawater from the mangrove forest. The pool's floor and the roots of Lumphi palm are clearly visible.
Thanbokkaranee National Park
Situated in the north of the region, it consists of limestone mountains, verdant tropical forest, caves and beautiful islands. It is well known for its different species of trees growing around a large natural crystal clear pool, and for the hundreds of bird's species.
Fossil Shell Beach
Also called Susaan Hoi is a 40 million year old seashell cemetery; once a large swamp where freshwater crustaceans proliferated, today home to 40 centimeter thick, shell encrusted limestone slabs, a unique geological structure not far from Ao Nang. One must find a broken edge to see the shells clearly, since all of those on the upper surface have been walked on and worn down by the elements and are hard to identify.
Khao Phanom Bencha National Park
20km from Krabi Town, comprises waterfalls, streams, lush
forests and caves. It is home to all kind of flora and
wildlife and to the highest mountain in the region from
which it takes the name. One of the features of the park
is Huay Toh waterfall where water runs down onto several