Krabi National Parks

Unparalleled glory of Krabi’s numerous national parks won’t leave any heart untouched. Travellers will admire the beauty of emerald and crystal ponds and mysterious mangrove forests. One can cool down in crystal clear streams and rivers, soak and relax in hot springs, or bathe in waterfalls.
Krabi Emerald Pool (Sa Morakot) is a unique attraction in southern Thailand. Krabi is well-known for areas of outstanding natural beauty and one place that should make your must-see list is the Emerald Pool in the Thung Teao Forest Natural Park, an unusual lowland forest rich in bio-diversity, complete with a nature trail and a crystal pond.
Tha Pom Khlong Song Nam Park affords a wonderful opprtunity to appreciate the tranquility of bird singing and the genuine beauty of magrove forest whose wicked roots frame the banks of the crystal refreshing stream, the waters of which, here and there, fall down off the numerous small rifts thus making miniature waterfalls.
Tab Kak Hang Nak is a mountain park – a national park in Krabi province, Thailand that is near Ao Nang beach where all the tourists go.
Blessed with untouched, lush forests, mountain ranges, Krabi’s only National Park, the 31,325-rai of far-reached Khao Phanom Pencha National Park, covers parts of the municipality, AoLuek and KhaoPhanom districts. It is also Krabi’s highest altitude at 1,397 meters above the sea level, home to natural wonders like waterfalls, streams and caves, making it’s a perfect habitat for wild animals from Asian tapirs, Sumatran serows, Asiatic black bear and fishing cat to over 218 bird species such as eagles, hornbills and woodpeckers.
Visitors to Than Bok Khorani National Park can take a dip in an emerald waterfall before kayaking to view haunting 3,000-year-old cave paintings.