common to see a hundred people or more on extreme low tides foraging for food with woven baskets slung over one arm and sarongs wrapped about their waists. Many people ask about how this tour differs from the Thalane Bay kayaking trip and its really that Thalane is more about the mangroves with its many narrow corridors through the mangroves wheras Bor Thor is more about the caves. The area. Ao Nang, koy Yao Noi, koh Lao Liang. Ktnk Kayaking - Northern Krabi coast - 6 nights. National park entrance fee 400 THB/person (pay on the travelling date) - Free transfer van in Ao Nang area, Krabi CIty and Klong Muang beach, no transfer van service in other areas. For those customer who stay in Krabi city, pick up time.10 -.30. Map of Bor Thor in Ao Leuk District, Krabi Province. Kayak, ban, bor, thor - Full Day 1200.00 900.00, kayak, ban, bor, thor - Full Day and Elephant Trek 1500.00 1100.00, free Cancellation up until 4:00pm the day before this trip!
This is a great place for a refreshing dip and was another of the locations for the film "The beach" starring Leonardo di Caprio. Click To.,Ltd. Like a miniature version of the Great wall of China, Leam Taeng presents a formidable limestone wall more than 400 meters high and nearly 8 km long. This feature is not available right now. 12.00, paddle amongst the splendid stalactites and stagmites of Tham Lod Nua cave. They located themselves here for the abundance of food. Ban, bor, thor is an area about a 40-50 minute minibus ride north of Krabi and Ao Nang. On some days it is possible to paddle right through one of the caves into a lagoon further up the river. Our tour guide will show you how to control Kayak and also give you breif information about the trip. Tham Lod Cave is a tunnel right under the cliffs through which you can paddle with your kayak, the cave is decorated richly with stalactites and stalagmites. After that we will start the Kayaking activity which you will do kayaking through the mangrove forest which you will be in touch with brackish water ecology system. .