With some of the world's best Islands and beaches and unique scenery; Krabi has it all! Have a relaxing holiday with some sightseeing tours of Krabi's many attractions or an active holiday trying the Activities and Things to Do on offer.
Krabitrek offer the best prices along with flexible booking conditions that allow you to enjoy every minute of your holiday.
We also offer Airport transfers, buses, trains, ferries and boat charters. We can also offer minivans and cars, with driver for private customized trips to all the local attractions. We are happy to help you get more out of your holiday in Krabi.
Our wide range of Krabi and Aonang tours and activities is there to help you discover it for yourself.
Check our pages of articles about all the day trips, what there is to see where to go as well as information about restaurants, beaches, the weather and tides. Everything you need to know if you are planning a trip to Krabi whether just for a short break or for an extended stay.
About Krabi & Aonang
Krabi Tides 2014-08-01
There are many places in the world where you can rock-climb, cycle, snorkel, kayak, ride ATV's, elephants, horses or go-karts, but, and it's a big but, there is nowhere in the world where you can do these things against a backdrop quite like Krabi.
There are also many attractions that you can view on our Krabi Attractions Page.
Take advantage of the rainy season to get to see Krabi without any crowds!
Just about anywhere you find yourself in Krabi, you'll have a great view, but there are a few simply special places that if you have the time, you really shouldn't miss.
There are also many activities that you can view on our Krabi Activities Page.
The historians claim that the Krabi area is the area with signs of the earliest human habitation in Asia, and its not difficult to see why. You can imagine cave men and women from all over Asia setting off in search of a place where they can survive. They arrived in Krabi and stopped.
Protests in Bangkok
This morning the military announced that it is taking over the security responsibilities for the Nation. This is really just a measure for them to be able to control the possibility of clashing demonstrators in Bangkok. There is no change in Krabi and Aonang and life here is going on just as normal. All tours and activities are completely unaffected. Krabi airport is also unaffected by this new development and all flights are running on schedule. I drove around Aonang and Krabi this morning and saw no soldiers at any time.
If you do travel to Bangkok or pass through then just avoid any protest areas and demonstrations and you will be fine. All taxi drivers will know which areas to avoid and themselves will be keen to avoid them. Bangkok airports are running as normal and travel between the two airports does not pass through any protest areas.
Coup ? 26-06-2014
Throughout the country Thailand is now completely back to normal. There is no curfew and no sign of any army presence at Krabi airport or Bangkok Airports or anywhere else that I have seen.
Curfew is now lifted so all back to normal.
Still no real changes due to the coup. The curfew seems not to be affecting too much. Places are shutting a bit earlier than they were last month, but this is quite normal for low season.
Its been reported that the Coup leaders are considering relaxing the curfew for tourist areas. Around Aonang and Krabi though, really it is relaxed. If you are in a restaurant in Aonang and its after the curfew, no-one is going to bother you on the way back to your hotel. We will update again with any further news.
I went on an inspection trip to rafting and ATV at Phangna and did not see any road blocks, or any military at all. The weather was good, everyone was having a great time.
There is still no change in Krabi or Aonang, the airport is operating as normal and all tours and activities are carrying on as if nothing has happened. We have been out and about over the past couple of days checking and Aonang, Klong Muang and all tourist areas are totally unaffected.
Life is going on as normal, the schools across the country are shut for the day (23rd May), so you'll see even more happy children on the street than normal, but other than that we have seen no sign of any military presence. Last night during the curfew people, shops were still open at 10:15pm and tourists were still wandering around unaffected. If we hear any change to this, we'll update this news.
The Thai tv stations are not working but all internet is fine and access to all websites seems to be ok. Perhaps some sites have been blocked but nothing that we have seen yet.
All the things to do are open and running just as any normal day so please be reassured that if you do have plans to come to Krabi, then you can have peace of mind that everything is fine. If you do have to travel through Bangkok then just allow a bit more time than normal and and make sure you have your passport with you.
Rainy Season has officially arrived. After the middle of March all the way through to November, its quite normal to get some rain showers. It tends to be heavy but fast moving and short lasting. There are often evening thunderstorms.
Rainy Season in Krabi is great though. As long as you are prepared and a little bit flexible with your planning, you can get to enjoy everything looking fresh and clean with far less other tourists around.
And, to keep it in perspective, we have not had one tour or day trip cancelled due to weather so far this year. (Up to 12-05-2014).
Thailand Public Holidays 2014
|Date||Holiday name||Holiday type|
|Jun 21||June Solstice||Season|
|Jul 1||Mid Year Bank Holiday||Observance|
|Jul 11||Asalha Bucha||National holiday|
|Aug 12||The Queen's Birthday||National holiday|
|Aug 12||Mother's Day||National holiday|
|Sep 23||September equinox||Season|
|Oct 23||Chulalongkorn Day||National holiday|
|Dec 5||The King's Birthday||National holiday|
|Dec 5||Father's Day||National holiday|
|Dec 10||Constitution Day||National holiday|
|Dec 21||December Solstice||Season|
|Dec 24||Christmas Eve||Observance|
|Dec 25||Christmas Day||Observance|
|Dec 31||New Year's Eve||National holiday|
Krabi Weather Blog
Our Krabi Weatherblog runs right back to July 2012, so you can quickly see what the weather was like the last years to compare with what its likely to be when you come for a holiday
Its been very windy the last couple of days which does mean that there can be some quite big waves. Its very unpredictable though but occasionally this can cause some problems landing at some of the Phi Phi Island beaches. The forecast is looking better for the next week or so with the normal pattern of dry sunny days and showers in the evening, but really, that can change quickly. Best to just plan for the best and be prepared for some rain.
After a rainy couple of days last week, the weather in Krabi is now really nice, hot sunny with fluffy white clouds. It being rainy season though, this could change at any time. Traditionally there is can a bit of rain in June but it usually comes in bursts with nice clear whether between.
We've had a lot of rain over the last few weeks. Just comes in burst mostly though and lots of sunshine too most days. There were a few days with rough sea but all seems calm for the moment. You can expect a bit of rain and plenty of sun over the next few days.
The last couple of days we have had a bit of mist and some very light rain early morning and a few thunderstorms around in later afternoon and early evening. Slightly hazy sunshine, but still nice and warm. The forecasts suggest that this pattern will continue for the next few days, perhaps with a few more inland showers in the afternoon on monday and tuesday.
Food and Restaurants in Krabi
The world has had a love affair with Thai food for many years now, and Krabi enjoys some of the best of it.
We've recently visited Ruan Mai, the Khanom Jean shop and the Frog and Catfish. All very enjoyable but in very different styles.
Top Ten Things to do in Krabi
Ok, so you can't jet ski in Krabi or get a ride on a banana boat, so what can you do in Krabi? This is a list of our favorite things. There are a couple that do cost money, but many are free. A few are not suitable for younger kids but most things are, if you have any questions, just ask.
All these things to do can be done on any day of the year. Some can be more enjoyable in the rainy season you just have to be prepared and flexible.
Krabi for Kids
Coming to Krabi with kids? Krabi is a paradise for kids of all ages. Kayaking, Thai dancing, Muay Thai, Rock Climbing, or just simply a day on the beach. We have kids and know that the best way to give them (and you) a great holiday is to keep them busy.
We have a great selection of activities and tours for kids in Krabi.
Booking & Cancellation Terms
Please read these notes to dicover our booking and cancellation terms. Please read the full text. If you do have any questions, please ask.
The most important detail is that any tour or trip can be cancelled up to 4:00pm the day before a trip. For any cancellation prior to this time, we guarantee full refund with no charges or fees whatsoever.