Full day trip. It was named after the tiger paws prints inside the cave, Krabi Tiger Cave Temple is just located on top of a jungle-shrouded steep set of stairs, where a splendid giant golden Buddha sits at 912 feet tall. The strenuous hike is also breathtaking but as well is well worth it for those views of the undulating forest clad scenery, for the limestone crests of the Andaman Sea. The cave complex is now used as a meditation site for Buddhists Monks. There are 1,237 steps to climb to get to the top of this amazing temple, the view is literally breathtaking and lots of cheeky monkeys live near the bottom of the temple, they will try to pinch people’s belongings in exchange for food , so enjoy them and be aware of you belongings !
All National Park fees already included in the price.
“8.00 AM – 4.30 PM: Transportation, briefing and activities “. Hotel pick up and transfer to Hot Spring relax in the unseen jungle bathtub with temperatures around 40 to 50 degrees , aside from the Hot Spring you will enjoy the hot water pools with a good Spa system to improve your relax. Enjoy than Lunch time so after we start hiking into the Rain Forest with many natural springs and pool along the route, the largest pool called *Emerald Pool* never dries up so you can see it in its full beauty all the time . W will arrvie to the famous Tger Cave Temple, host of the last Tigers in Krabi region, is now a Buddhist Temple very famous for meditations . around 4 PM we will start to transfer back to your Hotels .
Remember that all customers get a FREE hotel pick up and drop off service from any hotel in Krabi Town, Ao Nang & Klong Hang.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Your Hotel – Krabi town – Klong Muang – Ao Nang .|
|DEPARTURE TIME||8.00 AM .|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 4:30 PM.|
|WEAR||Comfortable loose clothing, light t-shirt,Swimming suits.|
|WHAT TO BRING||
This activity is recommended for everybody with no limitations. Weather rarely affects the abilities to run this particular tour!
Important !!! The earlier you book the better since we tend to get full most days, in particular during the Christmas/New Year periods.