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2 Ban Bo Tho, Ao Luek, Thailand
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Reviewed 7 October 2018 via mobile

Kayaking trip in Bor Thor village we can see Sea cave with stalactites ,cave with painting about 3,000 year old ,mangrove forest, Limestone cliffs, fish farm,Oyesters farm.. by Chok Thara Travel Original company

Thank BoardingPass765402
Reviewed 28 August 2018

We went Kayaking through these lovely caves . it was thrilling experience . The caves are really beautiful and it was very peaceful with just nature's sound while rowing the Kayak.

2  Thank VasundharaS51
Reviewed 13 April 2018

A visit here must be coupled with visiting other caves in the area. A stop here will only take 30 minutes at most including a walk on the mangrove boardwalk. The key thing is that if you come here you need to visit the other...More

Thank Goochmaster
Reviewed 17 November 2017

We showed up at Bor Tor. Within a few minutes we had arranged a kayak trip to this cave and the nearby Tham Lod. We used the Bung-Ann shop. The kayak was paddled by a very kind young lady who also guided us around this...More

Thank JPHStVincent
Reviewed 2 January 2017

you can do this trip on your own, no need to book a tour. just show up at the bor thor pier, rent a kayak and off you go to visit up to 4 caves (depending on the level of the tide...arrive in the morning,...More

2  Thank Dida L
Reviewed 23 December 2016

We were here as part of out half day kayaking activity. During kayaking you get to pass through a cave with a stoppage at this cave. There are some old paintings visible and some stalagmites and stalactites with which you can click some pictures and...More

Thank Harshit J
Reviewed 12 December 2016

You will visit these caves if you have chosen the Kayaking tour in Au Luek. It is the first stop of the day and the guide let us spend about an hour in these caves. The caves have some nice formations and can make for...More

1  Thank Aditya_salian
Reviewed 2 July 2016

This was included in our kayaking itinerary. The main attraction I would say. It was called the Bor thor(may be spelled wrongly) kayaking trip. Cave paintings can be found all around the cave. Apparently the dwellers few thousands years ago painted them using animal blood....More

1  Thank captainmacdonal
Reviewed 28 January 2016 via mobile

We went kayaking with some friends to the caves and really enjoyed it. We did a 2,5hours trip through the beautiful mangrove forest. The cave are really worth it with huge stalagmites and old painting. Our tour guide was really nice and spoke an excellent...More

2  Thank Remi A
Reviewed 4 March 2015

This is a cave with stalagmites and stalactites, and also drawings, that you can see in a day light. You visit this during kayaking in Bor Thor. It is a nice place, but there are other similar caves in Krabi.

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