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Krabi: Sea Cave Kayaking Tour with Nai Nang Village & Lunch

Krabi: Sea Cave Kayaking Tour with Nai Nang Village & Lunch

Get picked up from your hotel in Krabi by a local Thai style truck, and enjoy a scenic drive through rural villages to the rugged coastline of Ao Luk Noi in the north of Krabi. Meet your crew at Wang Toh Tao Pier near Nai Nang village, where you will undergo a short health check-up. Start kayaking into the bay of Khao Garos together with your knowledgeable local guide. Enter a maze of mangroves surrounded by natural waterways that are connected to the Andaman Sea. Admire the steep, bizarrely shaped rock formations that protrude from the mangrove forests.  Enter small passages and follow the course of the river until you reach the secret lagoon of Ao Thueak, where you can take a refreshing dip in the water. You will also visit ‘Bat Cave’, a sea cave that was formed by tectonic processes and erosion.  Return back to the pier and enjoy a typical Thai style lunch in Baan Rai Nai Suan. Then it is time to explore the local community of Nai Nang village, home to over 45 families who depend primarily on traditional small-scale fishing and farming for their livelihoods. Visit the beekeeping collective and learn about mangrove forest conservation. The village now has more than 300 beehives and produces over 400 kilos of raw, unpasteurized honey every year. You will also visit a typical goat farm. The mainly Muslim villagers raise about three to five goats per family as a source of additional income. In the surroundings, you will notice many rubber tree plantations where the locals harvest latex by slicing a groove into the bark of the tree with a hooked knife. You will get to try this form of rubber tapping yourself.

Krabi: Sea Cave Kayaking Tour with Lae Nai Lagoon and Lunch

Krabi: Sea Cave Kayaking Tour with Lae Nai Lagoon and Lunch

Get picked up from your hotel in Krabi by a songthaew, an adapted Thai-style pickup truck. Enjoy a scenic drive through rural villages to Baan Nai Nang, on the rugged coastline of Ao Luk Noi in the north of Krabi. Meet the crew at Wang Toh Tao Pier, where you will undergo a short health check-up before starting the longtail boat ride to Khao Karos Bay. Cruise by traditional longtail boat with a knowledgeable local captain and guide. Pass through a maze of mangroves surrounded by natural waterways connected to the Andaman Sea. Admire the steep, bizarrely shaped rock formations that protrude from the mangrove forests.  It's now time to change to a smaller and more maneuverable kayak, which lets you enter the waterways leading into a very narrow canyon, flanked by towering rock cliffs on both sides. Visit the ‘Ghost Mountain’ in the death valley, a limestone rock that features a spooky face.  Continue to Cave Man Window, a cave that can only be accessed by boat. Inside the cave are several short ladders, which you can climb up to reach a ledge that offers fantastic views across the bay. On the way to Makham Bay in the southern tip of the Garos mountain range, you will see some 3000 to 5000-year-old wall paintings. At midday, enjoy a Thai style lunch at the hidden beach of Hat Makham. Here you can take a refreshing dip in the water and relax under the shade of the trees with a fascinating view over the Andaman Sea and surrounding islands. The last highlight is the lagoon of Lae Nai, where you can take photos and go swimming. Finally head back to the pier, where the driver will bring you safely back to your hotel.

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Perfect from pickup to drop-off. Kayaking was stunning , and easy going as we went with the tide , so no hard paddling . Guide was excellent, as was great lunch. Reccomend even if you've not paddled before.