Rock climbing in southern Thailand offers routes of world class quality for both beginners and expert climbers. Climbers of all abilities will have an unbelievable time!
The rock climbing, from single- to multi-pitch routes, is mostly right off the beach. Climbers can also climb on islands scattered throughout Phra Nang bay which are not included in any guide book.
After a day of climbing, you can stroll to your resort pool or the beach for a dip, then perhaps get a relaxation or sports massage. We at Andaman Adventures offer expert guidance to select the most appropriate destinations, crags and routes for your ability.
The classic Thai climbing experience is changing. The tradition of spending weeks or months climbing on Railay and Tonsai is coming to an end.
Many climbers climb Railay/Tonsai while staying a short boat-ride away Ao Nang, which offer better value for money, restaurants and service than Railay.
Railay/Tonsai still has the most amazing climbing in Thailand and should not be missed, the problems there are to do with value for money, service levels and restaurants, not the crags, which are as superb as ever.
The last few years have seen some amazing new development in climbing in Thailand.
In addition to the unmissable climbing on Railay/Tonsai, four places have emerged as prime destinations for climbers and non-climbers alike: Ao Nang, Koh Lao Liang, Koh Yao Noi and Koh Phi Phi