Paul Szabo
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Maya Bay, Krabi, Thailand. Krabi lies just a 45-minute boat ride across the Andaman Sea from Phuket. But you can spare yourself the trip to Phuket — plenty of riches lie here, and you don’t have to fight the crowds to enjoy them. Krabi sits next to the Mu Koh Lanta National Park, a prime spot for hiking, rock climbing and elephant trekking. -there are about 130 pristine islands nearby that are ripe for exploration and virtually undeveloped save for a few ancient monasteries.

Maya Bay, Krabi, Thailand. Krabi lies just a 45-minute boat ride across the Andaman Sea from Phuket. But you can spare yourself the trip to Phuket — plenty of riches lie here, and you don’t have to fight the crowds to enjoy them. Krabi sits next to the Mu Koh Lanta National Park, a prime spot for hiking, rock climbing and elephant trekking. -there are about 130 pristine islands nearby that are ripe for exploration and virtually undeveloped save for a few ancient monasteries.

Khao Sok National Park in south Thailand (near Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak) boasts a spectacular landscape of limestone rock formations and ancient rainforest and can be best explored by boat or kayak or on foot (jungle treks). You can stay in tree houses and floating huts on a lake, or try glamping in luxury safari tents at Elephant Hills camp. (Black Dots White Spots travel blog)

Khao Sok National Park in south Thailand (near Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak) boasts a spectacular landscape of limestone rock formations and ancient rainforest and can be best explored by boat or kayak or on foot (jungle treks). You can stay in tree houses and floating huts on a lake, or try glamping in luxury safari tents at Elephant Hills camp. (Black Dots White Spots travel blog)