The weather in Thailand is hot and humid and includes a long monsoon season which runs from June to October. Take into account that the monsoon may start earlier depending on the area.
You´ll find flights that connect many European capitals with Bangkok, Thailand's capital city. Several domestic airlines connect Bangkok with the island´s in the south. Buses are also an option.
November to March, when the weather is dry, is the high season in Thailand - both for tourists and climbers. It is possible, however, to climb year round. Take into account that April and May can get extremely hot.
Single-pitch climbing, multi-pitch climbing and deep water soloing (DWS) are all popular options in Thailand, a country that has been attracting both tourists and climbers to its paradisiacal beaches for decades. While Railay and Tonsai in Krabi are probably the most famous among foreign climbers, there are many other good options, including Koh Phi Phi, Ao Nang and Koh Lao Liang. The Crazy Horse area, near the city of Chiang Mai in the north of the country, is also an interesting option. Combine your climbing with some relaxing days on Thailand’s famous beaches for a killer combo that is difficult to match!
We had a really great time, on our climb day. Only thing that was a little weird is that the company didn’t know we were booked for a private climb, I had to ask who our guide was when we were at the pier waiting for the boat, there was confusion because they said we didn’t pay enough for a private tour, even tho I showed them the confirmation email. The guide that eventually was given to us , Joy, was great! We had a two hour break for lunch which was pretty long and didn’t get to climb anymore after, but went to the cave. All in all we enjoyed our day but there were a few hiccups, and confusion
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