Mention Thailand and images of beaches, elephants and Bangkok come to mind. Less well known is the fact Thailand rock climbing is one of the best in the world.
The hotel is located in Southeast Asia, Thailand south bordered by Cambodia, Burma and Laos to the north and Malaysia in the. The shape of the country is reminiscent of Italy, and Italy you will find similar differences between northern and southern Thailand that you are in. For RockClimbers, south of Thailand is where the action is.
The rock formations in Thailand are almost everywhere limestone. The level of climbing can be as simple as bouldering or as challenging as tackling over vertical cliffs. This makes Thailand a popular rock climbing destination since it has something for everyone.
At the southern section of the "tail" of Thailand, Krabi has a variety of climbingChallenges. Most of the climbs in this area are the pre-bolted sport route variety. There are literally hundreds of climbs with difficulty levels from beginner to multi-pitch screw ankle breaker.
The beauty of climbing in Krabi is ... well, the beauty. As you might have visions of jungles of Thailand and mosquitoes when thinking, Krabi is an area of a different kind, most climbs were set to rock faces at the beach. As natural capitalists, theThais have hotels, bars and so on built in these locations. As a result, you can literally multi-pitch routes climbing for five hours to cool down with a swim and then drink a beer. If it climb something like a heaven, many feel Krabi.
Before you cash in your savings, keep in mind that Thailand faces a seasonal vacation spot. If you go during the rainy season, there's a good chance that you'll just end up sitting and drinking. That's not bad, you will gocrazy look at the increases are so close, but oh so far away.
Generally, you want to head to Thailand from late November through maybe April. The summer months are usually both incredibly hot and humid. Make sure you pull up forecasts for the area before booking a trip.
Flying to Thailand is inexpensive, but flights are incredibly long with stopovers. However, it is all worth it when you experience Thailand rock climbing.