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Krabi: White Water Rafting, Waterfall and Monkey Temple

1. Krabi: White Water Rafting, Waterfall and Monkey Temple

The day begins with pickup from your hotel in Krabi and travels in an air-conditioned bus to the white water rafting location at Song Preak River. After a quick safety briefing and training session, get kitted out with all the necessary equipment and then hit the water. Immerse yourself in adrenaline as you ride along the river for 5 km, chasing the current and riding along the rapids. Afterwards, head into the jungle for a scenic walk to the stunning Manorah Waterfall, nestled deep in the green foliage of the landscape. Enjoy some free time to swim and relax at the waterfall followed by a traditional Thai lunch accompanied by seasonal fruits, tea, and coffee. Once you’re full up from lunch, visit the nearby Monkey Cave, a famous temple that houses a 15-meter long golden Buddha. The cave is highly popular with the local community due to its beauty and uniqueness. At the temple, learn about the culture of the locals as well as Buddhism itself, and catch a glimpse of the monks who meditate here. Outside the temple, be delighted by the array of monkeys who wait here for tourists to feed them treats. Enjoy the opportunity to get up close to these cheeky animals before returning to Krabi in the late afternoon.

Krabi: Klang Cave, Bangtong Temple with Bor Thor Kayaking

2. Krabi: Klang Cave, Bangtong Temple with Bor Thor Kayaking

The day begins with pickup from your hotel and travels to the Au Luek District. As you escape the chaos of the city, feel immersed in the peaceful tranquility of your new journey by kayaking through a great sea cave with stunning limestone formation. Continue to Hua Ga Lok cave or well known as Ghost Cave with the ancient wall painting estimated to be around 3,000 years old. After that, visit and explore the mystery of the 2nd rank the most beautiful cave in Asia, one of the most complete stunning stalactite and stalagmite caves in Thailand, Klang Cave. Start the journey by walking through the dark, deep, and complicated cave. The explored leader needed During your experience, pass through divided 13 interior halls. Taking 1 - 2 hours is basic for non-cave explorers to visit all halls. However, the first 3 rooms are worth it to fulfill your unforgettable memories. On other hand, some route inside is not smooth as usual and some might need climbing activity, so a trekking or climbing outfit would be suitable for the exploration. Bringing flashlights and contact staff or tour guides before the visit are a must. Once you’re full up from lunch in a local restaurant at Bor Thor, travel to worship at the magnificent Wat Maha That Wachiramongkol Temple, formerly known as Bang Tong Temple. The temple is located in the middle of a luscious rubber plantation, and has a tall pagoda that is the pride of the local community. At the temple, learn about its fascinating history, its links to the King, and about the holy relics you can find inside.

Krabi: Khaosok Jungle Walk, Bamboo Rafting, or Canoeing Tour

3. Krabi: Khaosok Jungle Walk, Bamboo Rafting, or Canoeing Tour

Start your journey by being pick-up from the hotel and direct to Khaosok national park. The First activity will be sightseeing and jungle trekking in Khaosok National Park which has limestone, fauna, and flora in the rainforest environment. After that, enjoy sightseeing the scenery of both sides of the river by canoeing or bamboo rafting. Once getting tired from the first 2 activities, enjoy lunch with a Thai set menu. The next activity will be visiting Wat Ling (Panturat Temple). Feeding monkies and learning about the whole myth of a Thai story of a Giant (Panturat). At the temple, there was a hole in this cave that Phra Sang (the Main character) used to hide from Panturat before escaping. Once Panturat found out that he was gone, she died-heart-attack in this area, there will be many episodes for you to find out. Next station, visit Khao Sok viewpoint. From this point, in the open sky, observe the view of Phanthurat Mountain that stretches in the north-south line, like a giant corpse that dies after the conch escapes from her according to legend. It is the beauty of nature that hides the aura of a small tragedy The final destination, visiting Meayai waterfall in Khaosok which is a very easily accessible place, and the most popular place for picnic.

Krabi: Khao Sok Elephant Sanctuary, Rafting Tour, and Lunch

4. Krabi: Khao Sok Elephant Sanctuary, Rafting Tour, and Lunch

Feel the thrill of feeding elephants at the Khao Sok Elephant Sanctuary on this day trip with pickup from selected location in Krabi. Choose from a small group or private tour. Engage with local stories and feed the monkeys at the Phanthurat Temple. Sit down to a flavorful local lunch before heading off on a river rafting adventure.  Enjoy the convenience of being picked up in an airconditioned van from your accommodation in select areas of Krabi. Relax on the scenic drive through lush jungle landscapes. Arrive at the Khao Sok Elephant Sanctuary. Feed and bond with the elephants. Take a mud bath with the elephants and have the chance to scrub them down in the river. Learn about elephant behavior and hear about what they like to eat and how intelligent they are.  Head to a viewpoint that overlooks the Khao Sok National Park and capture pictures of the breathtaking views. Admire views of Phanthurat Mountain to the north and hear the local tale regarding its peculiar formation.  Continue to the Phanthurat Temple and feed some playful monkeys. Listen as your guide tells you about the facinating and tragic story behind this temple. Delight your sense with a Thai lunch that includes a soft drink. Cruise over the river on a bamboo raft or canoe and spot colorful birds and local wildlife as you glide over the water. See the Mae Yai Waterfall before returning to your accommodation. 

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