The Tiger Temple offers a fantastic view over Krabi

Jungle Tour to Tiger Temple, Hot Springs & Crystal Pool

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Duration
4 hours - 8 hours
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Live Guide
Thai, English

Pick-up service

If you are staying in Krabi Town, Ao Nang, Klong Muang Beach, Nopparat Thara Beach, or Tubkaak Beach take advantage of a free pick-up service. Please let the tour operator know your pick-up location (hotel, pier, bus station, airport, etc.) so that they can organize your transfer to the starting point of the tour. For customers staying at Railay Beach, there is also a pick-up service from the Ao Nam Mao Pier, just a 15-minute boat ride from Railay East.

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What You'll Do
  • Visit the Tiger Cave Temple to pay homage to "The Goddess of Compassion and Mercy"
  • Enjoy walking in the jungle among the fantastic old trees
  • Admire the beautiful scenery of the Ao Luk Thanu mountain range
  • Enjoy a rich lunch at a local restaurant
  • Relax in the natural hot spring, known to be good for your health
  • Enjoy swimming at the natural bath of the Emerald Pool
Overview
Enjoy trekking through the jungle in Krabi and admire the stunning scenery of caves, limestone rock formations, and the Ao Luk Thanu mountain range. On this full-day tour you will visit the Tiger Cave Temple, the Emerald Pool, and the natural hot spring.
What to Expect
On this full-day tour you will see the 3 main attractions of the Krabi jungle: Wat Tahm Suea (the Tiger Cave Temple), Sra Morakot (the Emerald Pool), and the natural hot spring. First you will visit the Tiger Cave Temple, aptly named because of the rock outgrowth nearby resembling a tiger’s claw. Located about 3 kilometers from Krabi Town, the temple is known as a center for meditation and its spectacular setting in the Ao Luk Thanu mountain range provides the necessary quiet atmosphere for meditation.

Some 250 monks and nuns live in the temple compounds at the moment. The main vihara (sanctum sanctorum) is inside a small shallow limestone cave, where the walls are lined by cells. The area is well lit and very well maintained to preserve the serenity of the environment.

Here you can venture up the hills by taking 1 of the 2 passages. One passage takes you up 1,200 steps to the hill top and the other is only 130 steps up to reach a place where monks live in their small cottages. The commanding view all around is worth taking the strain to climb the hill. The whole area is full of caves and limestone rock formations. Archeologists have found remnants of ancient habitations as old as from the Stone Age. Stone tools, shards of pottery and beads, and idols of clay have all been unearthed which bear testimony to the cultural heritage of the area.

You will also visit the Emerald Pool/Crystal Lagoon, a freshwater pool inside the Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve. The waters of this 120-square-meter pond take on a green hue thanks to an abundance of minerals from the surroundings limestone hills. The crystal clear water is unsuitable for drinking and feels thick due to its high calcium carbonate content which can cause gallstone. Here you can go for a swim to escape the heat of the day and admire the stream, one of the sources of the pool, which tumbles in at one end over rock made smooth by mineral deposits.

Another natural wonder you will see on this tour is the natural hot spring in Krabi. Out in the forest about 40 kilometers south of Krabi Town is Klong Thom Waterfall. Though the falls itself is just a cascade tumbling gently but a few meters, it is unique in that the spring water that feeds it bubbles up from the earth at temperature of more than 50 degrees Celsius. It cools a bit as it flows to the cascade and you can swim in the calm stream below for a much cooler bath.
What's Included
  • Hotel pick-up
  • Drinking water and fruits
  • Restaurant lunch
  • Insurance
  • National park entrance fee
  • Professional English-speaking guide
Know Before You Go
• Bring a towel, suncream, a sunhat, sunglasses, flip-flops, and a camera.
• If you would like to climb up the 1,200 steps to the top of the Tiger Cave Temple, bring a second T-shirt because the weather is hot and humid at these latitudes.
• We are Krabi locals and love the local communities. We actively support them with volunteer teaching projects. Choose us and help moving toward 'small-scale' tourism.

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