ECO Private Premium Jungle Tour
- Duration: 9 Hours (approx.)
- Location: Mueang Krabi, Krabi
- Product code: TOB2CPVJGPM007
ECO PRIVATE PREMIUM JUNGLE TOUR
Crystal Pool, Tiger Cave Temple and Wareerak Hot Spring
Searching for a relaxing day taking in the sites at Krabi Hot Springs, Thailand? We have something special in store for you! Join us for an experience of a lifetime in beautiful Krabi town as we take you around the best sights and vistas imaginable. We start at Tiger Temple and finish at Krabi Hot Springs. Book Now!
Welcome to an adventure to the 3 most popular land sites in Krabi. A perfect mix of Nature, Adventure and Culture.
Tiger Cave Temple
Visit Wat Tham Sua (Tiger Cave Temple), one of the most famous monasteries of Southern Thailand. You can meet the monks and see how they live in the beautiful surroundings and natural serenity of the caves. If you're feeling up to the task, you are welcome to try out the 1237 steps to the top of this temple mountain and experience one of the most breath-taking views in Thailand. This view overlooks lush forest, limestone karsts, and magnificent ocean. Or, for the less energetic, just enjoy watching the itinerant families of monkeys, who also share this temple.
Explore the tropical lowland rain forest of Khaopra – Bangkhram. This rainforest is home to rare species of birds like Gurney’s Pitta, Rufous-collared Kingfisher and Black Hornbill. A short walk through mangroves and peat swamp forest takes you to the Blue Lagoon and Emerald Pool for a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear water. Here you can stroll through the lush and fragrant jungle and swim in crystal clear mineral enriched waters.
Enjoy a delicious Thai lunch in a local restaurant and have some leisure time before we head over to the Hot springs.
Wareerak Hot Springs
Instead of going to the crowded Krabi Hot Springs, we will go to a Private Hot Spring Spa, nearby. They draw hot water from the same natural source as the public hot springs, but limit visitors in order to give you the best possible experience. Here, we will enjoy the natural Saline mineral pools that can get up to 42 degrees Celsius. The locals believe this water is beneficial for health and especially the skin. You will feel deeply cleansed and relaxed after a bath in the mineral springs.Join us for a full day of the best that Krabi has to offer!
08:00 Pick-up from your Hotel by private van
(Ao Nang / Klong Muang / Tub Kaek / Krabi Town)
Arrive at Emerald pool for jungle walk (20 min), explore the area
and take some nice pictures & swimming
Enjoy Thai Lunch at local Restaurant
Continue the trip and visit the private Hot Springs
Arrive at Tiger Cave Temple (enough time to go to the top)
17:00 Return to your Hotel
- Round-trip transfer
- Professional English-speaking Guide
- Local Thai Restaurant Lunch
- National Park Fees
- Fresh Fruits
- Drinking Water & Soft Drinks
- Cold Towels
- Accident Insurance
- First-Aid Kit
What to bring:
Swimwear, waterproof bag, extra shirt, shorts, towel, hat, sunscreen, camera, sunglasses.
Kindly note that the temple requires everyone to dress respectfully, please wear shirt that cover shoulders and shorts that cover your kneecaps. Sarong can be rented at the temple for a small fee.
- Make sure you mention any special food requirements upon reservation, and we will arrange accordingly.
- Tips and Gratuity for Guides and Driver is not included
Krabi Spesialisten Premium tours are now plastic free!
At Krabi Spesialisten we believe in sustainability. In order to reduce plastic waste, we have removed single-use plastic bottles from all premium tours. We have included refillable bottles for all guests. And, if you purchase your Trash Hero bottle you can take them home after the tour.
Click here for more information and order your refillable bottle upon check-out.
Benefits of an Eco Premium Tour
Higher quality lunch and presentation
Customized itinerary to avoid crowds
More attention from individual guides
Plastic free set up and tour
Learn more about Thailand culture
Learn more about the environment and history from your trained guide
More funding for Thai staff training on ecology and environment