Noppharat Thara is among Krabi’s most famous beaches. Located only 6 km away from Ao Nang Bay, Noppharat Thara Beach features a 3-km white sandy beach full of rows of caesarians and coconut trees. The beach was formerly known as ‘Khlong Haeng Beach,’ which means a dried-canal beach in Thai. The term was taken during low tide when the water dries up and reveals long, seashells-paved seashore.
Koh Phi Phi, Home to the world’s famous Maya Bay, a heavenly beach featured in The Beach movie, Phi Phi Le Island is entirely embraced by limestone mountains karsts, which help conserve its natural beauty. Its other two peaceful beaches that are close enough to talk a walk are Lo Sama Bay, a small shallow-water-corals-gilded bay, and a giant, mountain-encircled Pi Le Bay. The latter beach provides a great snorkeling site along the limestone cliff called “Pi Le Wall” where visitors can indulge in an extraordinary underwater experience, discovering giant sea fans and coastal creatures.
Type: Day Tour
Duration: 1 Day
Starts in: Krabi
Ends in: Krabi
Suitable for: All Ees
Khao Ngon Nak Krabi: Located in a National Park 30km from Krabi Town, at the end of Tub Kaek Beach, there is a beautiful woodland walk to a waterfal and/or a challenging hike to the peak of Ngon Nak for stunning views. Khao Ngon Nak translates into Dragon Crest Mountain. It gets its name from the fact the mountain peak looks like the crest of a dragon which was believed to be a holy god who protected the surrounding land.
Sawasdee! Meet our Guide at your hotel in Krabi for a day adventure at National Park Nopparat Thara.
Arriving at getting to the crest of Khao Nok Naga “National Park Nopparat Thara – Phi Phi Town, at the end of Tub Kaek Beach, there is a beautiful woodland walk to a waterfal and/or a challenging hike to the peak of Ngon Nak for stunning views. while the full trek This picturesque trail has a stream, two viewpoints, a waterfall and the summit. After about an hour and thirty minutes the first viewpoint comes into sight and is spectacular. Overlooking the Andaman Sea between Krabi and Phuket the ocean view is beautiful. As you carry on the trail winds eastwards away from the ocean, and you get the second view which is of jungles, plantations and mountains. A fork in the path soon appears and you can take the path on the right and visit a pretty waterfall or keep left and climb to the summit.to reach the summit which is 565 meters above sea level. Perched at the top is a large boulder which makes a great seat and provides a fabulous photo opportunity that you can see in the above photo. It’s one of the best views in Thailand for sure. Have lunch at the crest of Khao Nok Naga. (5 hours).
Return to your hotel in Krabi.
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- What Is Included• Tour guide throughout the trip.
• Entrance fee
• Travel Insurance
- What Is Not Included• Tips
• Personal expenses