Krabi is one of the hidden gems in Southern Thailand. Discover its beautiful sea, mangroves, islands, cultural diversification, foods, and rich natural resources.
Being a community neighboring a fragile marine ecosystem, there was a real need to support it with community based tourism.

Experience the community by enjoying local boat trips and island hopping tours. Get a different view by sea kayaking with the locals. Visit a rare 3000 years old prehistoric paintings.

Enjoy hands on activities including batik making. Visit the sea-grapes seaweed farm. Taste traditional meals.

Community based tourism is a more responsible way to experience the Andaman Sea. All these programs support the local community.


With around 200 islands in the Krabi area you will be spoiled for choice. Many are small and cannot be visited and others are larger and many are uninhabited. Most have white sandy beaches to enjoy. There are coral reefs ideal for snorkeling. Some have caves to explore.

Island hopping is a great way to take in the area. You can rent a boat from Krabi Town or Ao Nang or Railay. Better still, explore the islands with a guide. Take a trip that includes snorkeling and kayaking / canoeing. These are just some of the islands to discover:

  • Bamboo Island (Koh Phai)
  • Chicken Island (Koh Gai or Hua Khwan)
  • Koh Hong
  • Koh Jum (Koh Pu)
  • Koh Lanta
  • Koh Pak Bia
  • Koh Poda
  • Koh Talu
  • Koh Tup and Koh Mor
  • Koh Yao Yai and Koh Yao Noi
  • Phi Phi Islands


The climate of Krabi is tropical and hot all year round. The refreshing rainy season is governed by the southwest monsoon, which runs from May to October. The dry season runs from December to March. In March, and especially in April, before the monsoon, there is a certain increase in rain showers.