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Emerald Pool, Hot Spring Waterfall, Tiger Cave Temple - One Day Trip

1090 THB
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About the places

Emerald Pool is one of our top suggestions for things you should visit in Krabi, Thailand, and the number one recommendation for enjoying the underground natural springs that flourish in Krabi province. Emerald Pool or pond is not a hot spring, but it is cool water that is just heavenly to swim in. The water is replenished by natural streams running into the pool from freshwater sources on the limestone hill above.

Hot Spring Waterfall, enjoy and relax in the hot water.
Mineral Hot Spring Waterfall: Hot Spring Mineral Waterfall comes down from the Mountain so good for your health if you dare enough to take a bath.

Tiger Cave Temple is a Buddhist temple northeast of Krabi. One of the most sacred Buddhist sites in the province, it is well known for the tiger paw prints in the cave, tall Buddha statues, and the strenuous flight of stairs to reach the summit.
 

Itinerary

8:30 Our van will pick you up from your hotel lobby. Arrived at Hot Spring Waterfall, submerge yourself in the warm stream to treat yourself like a natural spa. (After or during a rainy day the tour may bring you to Wareerak Hot Springs instead of the Hot Spring Waterfall which usually has muddy water after rain) 

Then we will walk together for around 800 meters to the Emerald Pool, which the Tourism Authority of Thailand awarded as one of the "Unseen Krabi". The pool has crystal clear water. After enjoying the pool we will have lunch.

After having lunch, we will visit the Tiger Cave Temple, walk up to 1,200 stairsteps to worship the Big Bell Pagoda, and see a panoramic view of Krabi on a mountain top.

16:30 Then we will bring you back to your hotel.

Price Includes

  • Free transfer van in Ao Nang and Krabi City area. 100 THB charge for Klong Muang beach transfer, no transfer van service in other areas.
  • Lunch
  • Drinking Water
  • Tour Guide
  • Insurance

What to bring

  • Swimwear
  • Towel
  • Comfortable shoes for walking up to the Tiger Cave
  • Sunscreen lotion

 


Reviews (9)

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