Step foot into where our ancestors from early civilizations have lived by going on a kayaking excursion through the Tham Lod cave and Thanbok Koranee National Park!
Explore the hidden gems that Thailand has to offer by visiting Mother Nature’s best creation. Your journey begins with a trip from the south of the Krabi to the local rubber plantation. You will have an opportunity to gain some insight local manufacturing processes involved in creating a variety of rubber products.
Soothe your bodily muscles as you dip your toes into the hot stream pool found within the peat forest of Khlong Thom district, which temperature averages to around 35-40 degrees Celsius and it is overflowing with natural minerals that is claimed to be medicine for all of the maladies, which includes rheumatism. Stimulate your hearing nerves by basking in the sounds of water flowing through the waterfall and also other pools before meeting its end into the pool at the lowest level. Admire the beauty of the serene ambiance that is exuded by the forests surrounding the hot stream pool.
After a lovely visit to the Emerald pool, you will be provided with a delectable lunch that will replenish your energy for your next stop. Traverse through the thick rainforest with endless green sights as you make your way to the Emerald Pool which seems to emit a greenish-hue under the shining Sun due to the presence of a high concentration of the calcium carbonate in the water. Changes in the environmental temperature may result in a shift of hue of the Emerald Pool from a pale green to a green-blue shade.
Your final stop would be to the Tiger Cave temple is safely nestled atop a large hill which requires enthusiasm and dedication to conquer the 1,237 steps to the peak. The temple features the shrine dedicated to the Mae Kuan Im, the Chinese Goddess of Mercy and it is known for having tiger claw prints inside its cave.