Early-Bird Jungle Tour to Emerald Pool & Krabi Hot Springs

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Aonang area/Krabi town
Hot spring waterfall
Min Age : 2+
Max People : 99

Listen to the chirping of the birds on an early morning jungle excursion to Emerald Pool, Hot Spring & Tiger Cave Temple in a small-group. Enjoy a homemade breakfast before visiting Krabi’s top attractions with an outstanding guide, piece and no crowds.

What to Expect
  • Depart in the early morning to avoid the crowds at Krabi's must-see mainland attractions
  • Enjoy a homemade breakfast prepared by local people in a 100-years-old Thai style house
  • Cool off in the Emerald Pool after a jungle walk, and relax in the natural ponds of Krabi Hot Springs
  • Hike up to the top of Tiger Cave Temple with enough time to enjoy the panoramic view
Tour Details

Visit the must-see attractions of Krabi organised by the outstanding team of Sea Eagle Tour and get there before all other group tours. For this purpose, get picked up from your hotel lobby at sunrise and head in air-conditioned comfort to Klong Thom in the south of Krabi province.

Make a stop in a one-hundred-year-old wooden house to enjoy a homemade breakfast lovingly prepared by local people. Experience authentic Thai cuisine in a warm and friendly ambience.

Continue to Krabi Hot Spring near the Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve. Relax in hot-tub jacuzzis formed by Mother Nature, known locally as ‘nam tok rawn’. The water here comes from thermal springs, originating deep underground in volcanic chambers. Located in the jungle, this site features naturally hollowed-out ‘bathtubs’ in the smooth stone, filled to the brim with fresh running spring water at a pleasant 35 – 42 C.

A visit to the Hot Springs would not be complete without a trip to the nearby ‘Crystal Pool’ also known as Emerald Pool or Sa Morakot in Thai. This is a large natural pool that is filled with pure spring water which is ideal to take a refreshing swim.

The pool is reached via a network of trails through the Khao Nor Chu Chi forest, which offer a glimpse into a unique aquatic ecosystem, fed by the area’s abundant spring water. You will pass by a series of clear mini-pools, waterfalls and streams, plus hundreds of species of tropical tree, plants and birds.

The other must-see site in the reserve is the brightly coloured ‘Blue Pool’, located some 600 m further upstream from the Emerald Pool. You will enjoy a Thai style lunch at a local restaurant near the entrance area before heading to the next attraction.

Tiger Cave Temple, or Wat Tham Seua in Thai, is set in a beautiful forest and is in fact a famous meditation centre for monks and nuns who come from all over Thailand to retreat here. The temple was founded in the late 1970s, by Abbot Luang Por Chamnean Srilasatheto who came to meditate in a cave here.

The temple is laid out as a small village. The main boulevard is lined with monkeys and ends at a large statue of Guan Im, the Taoist deity revered by Chinese-Thai Buddhists. From here, you can walk around the nature trail in the Khiriwong Valley, with its maze of caves, or double back to visit the main Tiger Cave and bell tower (the largest in southern Thailand).

For those who are fit enough, a 1237 stair climb leads to the famous mountain-top shrine, for a view that will take away what little breath you have left.

 

Before returning to your hotel, you will make a short photo stop at the famous ‘Black Crab’ monument in Krabi Town with a stunning view of the Khao Khanab Nam twin mountains. These majestic natural wonders act as the gateway to Krabi city with the river running between the two limestone cliffs forming a widely photographed beauty spot.

 

 

 

Departure & Return Location

Aonang and Krabi Town

Departure Time

6.00 – 6.30 a.m.

Price Includes

  • Hotel transfer
  • Homemade breakfast
  • Lunch Set
  • English speaking Guide
  • Seasonal fruits and drinking water
  • Travel insurance
  • National Park entrance fee to Emerald Pool & Krabi Hot Springs

Complementaries

  • Swimming suit with towel
  • Sunscreen
  • spare dress
  • comfortable shoes
Itinerary

Pick up area Ao nang , Klong Muang

06.00-06.15 Pick up from Ao Nang

06.15-06.30 Pick up from Krabi Town, Klong Muang, Tub Kaek

Start with nice breakfast

06:45 – 07:30: Enjoy a homemade breakfast in a hundred-year-old Thai style house

07:30 – 08:10: Drive to Klong Thom through rural villages with breathtaking scenery

08:10 – 09:20: Soak your stiff or sore muscles in nature’s own hot-tub jacuzzi at Krabi Hot Springs

09:20 – 11:15: Continue to Emerald Pool and walk along a 2 km natural jungle trail to the big pond for a cooling off. For those who are still not tired, continue to the brightly coloured ‘Blue Pool’, located some 600 m further upstream from the Emerald Pool

11:15 – 12:15: Enjoy lunch in local restaurant near the nature reserve

12:15 – 13:00: Head to Tiger Cave Temple set in a beautiful forest

13:00 – 14:00: Visit the Wat Tam Suea (Tiger Cave Temple) and pay homage to Buddha. Walk around the nature trail in the Khiriwong Valley, with its maze of caves, or double back to visit the bell tower (the largest in southern Thailand). For those who are fit enough, a 1237 stair climb leads to the famous mountain-top shrine, for a view that will take away what little breath you have left.

14:00 – 14:30: Drive to Krabi Town and take pictures from the symbols of Krabi, the ‘Black Crab’ monument and the ‘Kanap Naam’ twin mountains

14:30 – 14:45: Transfer back to the hotel

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