We are moving onto stop 3 of our trip to Thailand! This was the portion I was super excited for on our trip because while I love to sight see and hit tourist spots – but I also really love doing absolutely NOTHING on the beach with a good book. That is, hands down, my favorite place to be.
We were super excited to arrive in Krabi after exploring both Bangkok and Chiang Mai because we were ready to relax and get in some beach time! We booked a ride to our Hotel in advance and I’m glad we did because it was several tuk tuks, and long tail boats journey to get to the Sand Sea Resort. Hands down, we could have extended our stay in Krabi because we loved the atmosphere of our hotel so much. We had our own cute little hut right by the pool and were greeted by monkeys every morning! Breakfast was delicious, there were several pools to swim in & a private beach we spent most of our time on.
7 Island Tour
While we were in Krabi, we decided to do a 7 Island Tour – most of our excursions I had planned and booked beforehand (Type 1 over here!) but this one ended up being cheaper than anything I could find online so it ended up being a good find! I’m so bummed about this day, because we forgot the drone, I didn’t grab the memory cards (so the GoPro was useless) and we didn’t have water cases for our phones! We still had a blast, we just didn’t get as many cool underwater videos and pictures as I would have hoped – but thankfully, we didn’t another tour a few days later on another island so we did get some cool fishy pictures! A similar tour can be found on Get Your Guide here.
There was several resorts on the private beach and between them was a Market Road that we loved wandering to do some shopping and eating when we weren’t relaxing at the resort.
Chad Rock Climbing
One of the things that we heard about Krabi was the Rock Climbing so we made sure that Chad could spend half a day rock climbing with a group we found while wandering the market. He could have spent the entire time rock climbing but we were so limited on time! Look at those views!
I don’t think I could ever tire of beach life.