Krabi’s natural beauty has been one of the major factors that made this destination in the deep southern region such a tourism magnet. An improved infrastructure and a broad range of accommodation that suit every budget has emerged in and around without losing its natural appeal. Towering above the center are dozens of lime stone cliffs, seen from afar when approaching this tourism center from the air or overland. The best views however are reserved when sailing to one of the many scenic islands off the Krabi coast, where sandy beaches and azure-blue waters wait to be visited.
From an early morning start from your hotel along Krabi’s coast line (conditions apply), a professional driver will be waiting for you in your hotel lobby for a short ride to the local boat pier. Within a time frame of 6 hours, 4 of the most tropical pieces of paradise pass the revue. And what better way than to sail to these islands than by Thailand’s ubiquitous long tail boat as we cast away our shore lines and venture towards these limestone islands, each with its own beauty and characteristics. Included in this tour of tropical hot spots are the Phra Nang Cave and the islands of Koh Tub, Koh Kai (better known as Chicken Island, which got its name from a bizarre rock formation which resembles the head of a chicken) and Koh Poda where snorkeling, swimming or lazing around, surrounded by coconut trees are the most favorite past times. All islands are ideal for a picnic lunch and depending on the route, lunch will be included on one of the islands. The itinerary will vary according to the tides, so that you arrive at the sandbank as close to low tide as possible
During the day, there will be a couple of open water snorkeling stops, though do not expect to see much of marine life. This trip is more about the beaches, with lots of white sand and great photo opportunities. We slowly head back in the early afternoon to the main boat pier where you will be brought back to your booked hotel.