Thalane Bay
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Full Day Kayaking At Thalane Bay

AoThalane is a famous kayaking spot in Krabi Province and a world-renowned paddle route. It is also one of the tourist attractions that are most abundant in nature because the area is made up of mangrove forests, and comprised of limestone rock formations, clear green sea water that can clearly see the fishes. Duration: 1 Day (approx.)
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OVERVIEW:

AoThalane (or Thalane Bay) is located in the Khao Thong Sub-District of Mueang District in Krabi Province. AoThalane is a small bay 35 kilometers to the west of Krabi city centre. It is a tall gorge and a beautiful natural paddle route. AoThalane is a famous kayaking spot in Krabi Province and a world-renowned paddle route. It is also one of the tourist attractions that are most abundant in nature because the area is made up of mangrove forests, and comprised of limestone rock formations, clear green sea water that can clearly see the fishes. Many different species of animals can also be observed throughout the kayaking journey such as Macaque monkeys, crabs, and various rare birds.

DETAILS:

Style: Marine
Type: Day Tour
Duration: 1 Day
Starts in: Krabi
Ends in: Krabi
Suitable for: All Ees

HIGHLIGHTS:

Ao Thalane Krabi: Ao Thalane or Thalane Bay has one of the most beautiful mangrove forests in the whole of Thailand and is wonderful for a kayaking adventure. Only 20km north of Krabi Town, this section of coastline has small inlets, caves and hidden lagoons which can be explored by kayak throughout the year. Huge limestone Karst Mountains provide the backdrop for an adventure through a network of channels that meander through the dense mangrove.

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Sawasdee! Meet our Guide at your hotel in Krabi for a day marine at Thalane Bay.
Arriving at Thalane Bay, enjoy kayaking through nature will get to paddle along the limestone reefs throughout the entire way. After passing through the mangrove forest will reach the canyon entrance. The canyon’s terrain is characterized by towering cliffs on both sides and the flow of water through the middle. You entering this area will feel as if they are paddling in between valleys. The appearance of limestone rock formations that are complexly arranged make sea around this are divided into many large rooms called Lagoon. These lagoons are considered to be safe sanctuaries for sailors because the limestone cliffs would help to block winds from the outside. You will get to closely experience the surrounding nature and ecology of the forest. Furthermore, for you who love adventure and mystery, there are bat caves located nearby the kayaking spots. You can enjoy beautiful stalactites and stalagmites (hanging rocks) inside the caves. Another interesting activity is rock climbing where the abseiling point is a beautiful sightseeing spot because it can see the mangrove forests, the sea, and many of Krabi’s islands in panoramic view.
After exploring we alight for lunch, after lunch proceed to Khlong Than Thip, fresh water, cool and comfortable for swimming, resting after a paddle.
Return to your hotel in Krabi.

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- What Is Included

• Tour guide throughout the trip.
• Lunch
• Transportation
• Entrance fee
• Travel Insurance
• Kayaking equipment

- What Is Not Included

• Tips
• Personal expenses

- Transfers

Pick up at your hotel in Krabi

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- Duration: 1 day
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