Full-day Krabi Hot Stream and Rainforest Tour
Drive out into the old palm oil and rubber plantations and see the hot stream and the emerald pool right in the heart of the rain forest. Explore the amazing scenery, and cool down with a swim in a natural pool.
- Instant Confirmation
- Lunch included
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
Then travel to a rubber plantation to see how how rubber is tapped from the trees and produced into latex sheets. This age old method stands the test of time as the trunk of the tree is carved to let the sap flow freely into a container. Take a jungle walk in one of the last low land rainforests in Thailand and learn about the biodiversity of the area.
Visit Emerald Pool for another swim in the clear blue waters before ending your day at the Tiger Temple. This unique forest temple has trees that are more than 1,000 years old. From here you will have the best view point looking out over Krabi.
A picnic lunch with drinking water and fruit is included.
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Krabi Hot Stream and Rainforest 4WD Tour
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- English speaking licensed guide
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Reviewed by: Nhat Duy N, May 2015
The tour setup is very good. Tour guide fun and active. Next time if choose we still choose this tour again.
Reviewed by: Fiona F, United Kingdom, February 2013
The hot stream was fairly busy and smaller than imagined; the Emerald Pool was lovely and busy not over-crowded. Lunch was good and the walk through the forest interesting and beautiful. Tiger Cave temple was slightly 'tacky'; the walk over the rock to see the monks houses etc was well worth the steps!