Whether you’re a keen photographer or just someone who wants to experience the wonders of nature, Krabi will not disappoint! The beautiful province boasts plenty of vistas. While most will know the place for its captivating beaches, there are plenty of others that are just as stunning—mountains, forests, rivers, and so much more.
Here are our top four natural attractions in Krabi you cannot miss:
1. Skull Cave
If the adventurer inside you is thirsting for excitement, satisfy it with some cave exploration. Take your caving adventures to Tham Phi Hua, also known as Skull Cave. Don’t let the name scare you, but let it excite your senses! Apart from its stunning stalactites and stalagmites, you’ll find plenty of prehistoric paintings, giving you a glimpse of what people were up to in the past.
2. Than Boke Koranee Waterfall
After exploring the incredible Skull Cave, why not take a break at one of the waterfalls nearby? Both the cave and waterfall in mind is located in the same national park, the Than Boke Koranee National Park. The waterfall itself is called the Than Boke Koranee Waterfall. While the waterfall isn’t that large, it sports a beautiful jade-green pool at the top, providing you with the perfect place to relax while swimming in refreshing waters.
3. Tha Pom Klong Song Nam
Surrounded by lush mangroves, the crystal-clear waters of Tha Pom Klong Song Nam will make you feel out of this world. The waters are so clear you’d almost think that the world is free from any grime and dirt.
What makes the waters so clear? That’s thanks to the location’s unique spot. While the water itself is from the sea, freshwater from nearby mountains comes and mixes with the salty water. It is the mixing of the different minerals and substances in both types of water that results in water to be so clear; you’d think it’d be alright to bottle some of it straight for drinking, but don’t do that.
4. Railay and Noppharat Thara Beach
Where can you better experience a relaxing atmosphere than at the beach? Take your experience to the next level and visit these two beaches: Railay Beach and Noppharat Thara Beach.
Railay Beach, located in Noppharat Thara National Park, is a famous beach usually populated with tourists. While it boasts beautiful sands and seas, what makes it truly unique is the sheer limestone cliffs that surround the beach and even dot the sea.
In the same national park, Nophharat Thara Beach also boasts beautiful seas and sands. What makes the place magical is during low-tide. If you’re around when the waves pull back, you’ll be greeted with a beachfront dotted with millions of seashells. This is the perfect chance for you to hunt around for that one-of-a-kind seashell to add to your collection!
In conclusion, Krabi has plenty of beautiful natural attractions you can genuinely enjoy. From sea and forests to caves and rivers, Krabi has them all. Of course, Krabi has a lot more than what we’ve mentioned here in this article. We challenge you to explore the province. Trust us when we say that you’ll not be disappointed.
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