Enjoy the breath-taking beauty and uncanny peace of a voyage among the mangroves, caves and limestone massifs of Ao Tahlehn Bay and Koh Hong Island in Krabi, and Tahm pee Hua Toh (Big Headed Ghost) Cave in Ao Luk District. For details Contact the following businesses :
Sea Kayak Krabi, Tel. 0-7563-0270, 0-7563-0116
Sea Canoe Thailand, Tel. 0-7563-7170
Sealand and Trek, Tel. 0-7563-7364-5
Krabi's strange and beautiful limestone cliffs have become popular rock and mountain climbing attractions for adventurers from around the globe. The uninitiated needn't be afraid, local companies are happy to teach and climbs have been mapped out for every level of expertise. The beaches of Rai Ley and Nam Mao have many such companies, including :
Krabi Rock Climbing, Tel. 0-1676-0642
Krabi Cliff Man, Tel. 0-7562-1768
King Climbers, Tel. 0-7562-2581
Pra Nang Rock Design Hot Rocks, Tel. 0-7563-1509
Bird-watching is especially good from January till April in the mangrove forests surrounding Kanab Nam Hill near Krabi Town. Many rare birds are to be seen there: Gurneys, Finfoots, Egrets, Bitterns, Herons and more. Another excellent bird watching sight is Khao Nor Chuchi Forest Preserve, commonly known as Tung Tiao, in Klong Tom district, a low-land forest populated by the nearly extinct and only recently re-discovered black-breasted Pitta Gurney.
Sights you'll never forget are around the next bush in Khao Nor Chuchi, which is criss-crossed by easy trails; other interesting trails are found in Khao Panom Bejah National Park.
Krabi's water are great for snorkeling and scuba diving. Popular sites include: Koh Poda, Koh Hong, Koh Yung, Koh Phi Phi Lae, Hin Muang and Hin Dang Reefs, Koh Rok and Koh Ngai. Many companies cater to divers of every level and pocket-book; most are located at Ao Nang, Krabi Town, Phi Phi Don Island, and Koh Lanta.