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New! Charming Homestay Amid Towering Karst Mountains in Krabi

August 11, 2014 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , , ,

Khiri Travel Thailand launches this new 3-day travel option with an inviting homestay in Laem Sak village, Ao Luek peninsula. It features kayaking, caves and secluded beaches and can be combined with trips to Krabi, Phang Nga Bay, Khao Sok or Phuket.

Laem Sak, on the Ao Luek peninsula north of Krabi, has some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in the famously beautiful Phang Nga Bay of the Andaman Sea. Khiri has launched a new, 3-day tour to this area featuring two nights in the comfort of a warm and inviting Krabi family homestay. The guest rooms at the homestay owned by Khun Chareen are beautifully appointed and spotlessly clean. The home cooked food is simple or spicy, western or Thai. Khun Chareen is very accommodating!

Ao Leuk kayaking in Krabi, Thailand - close to Phang Nga Bay

The dominant feature of the Andaman Sea at Ao Luek and at nearby Thaan Bok Koranee National Park is the imposing limestone rock formations towering vertically above the sea and forest. Explore caves and small inlets by kayak. Spot a monkey, lizard or sea bird. Spend another day island hopping around Phang Nga Bay by long tail boat. Sitting on a secluded white sand beach and swimming in the turquoise sea makes this program ideal for families.

For more information and booking requests, please contact [email protected].

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