With the most stunning scenery imaginable, beautiful white beaches that stretch on for miles, a jungle and over 200 islands just off the coast, it is no wonder that Krabi is growing as a hot tourist spot. This relatively untouched and charming province seems to attract worldwide visitors yearly increasingly. Though it requires quite a bit of travelling since Krabi covers a large area when everywhere you look is so beautiful and there is so much to see, it is worth it.
The best time to visit Krabi is from November to March, which also happens to be the peak tourist season. The prices for hotel accommodations and air flights will be highest during these months. However, you can save if you purchase them in advance. From June to October, Krabi experiences heavy rainfall and is therefore not frequented by too many tourists.
Kalibo International Airport - Kalibo International Airport (KLO) is approximately 68 km south of Caticlan Port, which is the main disembarking point from Boracay Island. The journey takes only 75 minutes using the shuttle or van ride. With the upgrading of the airports' facilities following its recent renovations, an increasing number of tourists are flying directly to Kalibo to avoid flying through Manila and Cebu. There is a multitude of transportation options to get in and out of the Kalibo International Airport.
Krabi International Airport - Krabi International Airport has located about 15 km from Krabi city centre. Besides Krabi, it also serves nearby resort towns such as Haad Yao, Ao Nang, Rai Leh and Koh Lanta in southern Thailand. There are two terminals connected by a walkway. With the number of international flights rising significantly, you can reach Krabi and its islands without a connection in Bangkok. Private taxis shared minivans and car rentals are among the transportation options to get in and out of Krabi International Airport.
Krabi enjoys a tropical climate where the temperature rarely dropping below 27°C in the daytime and a year-round average of around 32°C. It has dry and rainy seasons defined by the reversal of the monsoon winds. The northeasterly winds bring the driest weather from around December to April with the temperature getting progressively hotter as the months go by. The southwesterly winds make rain more prevalent from May to November with the wettest months tending to be September and October.