Replanting mangroves
in Thailand’s Krabi province

A proponent of sustainable tourism

Tailored to your desires

Asian Trails Thailand, a proponent of sustainable tourism, is offering clients the opportunity to restore and replant the mangroves in southern Thailand’s Krabi province. This is to ensure the natural habitat of hundreds of marine life in the mangrove forest is maintained.

Board a small local boat in Krabi town for the journey to Khao Kanab Naam, passing lovely, natural scenery along the way. Join the locals in cleaning the beach area to keep the environment conducive for the area’s famous Spotted Babylon, a species of sea snail, to thrive.

MEETINGS AND INCENTIVES DETAILS

COUNTRY
DESTINATION
DURATION

8am – 1pm

NUMBER OF DELEGATES
DRESS CODE

Participants are free to come in leisurely beach wear, providing that wearing scantily-clad beach wear, or beach wear with obscene text and graphics, for both ladies and gentlemen is not accepted. We highly recommended wearing waterproof sandals / shoes.

EVENT LOCATION

Khao Kanab Naam

MORE INFORMATION

This eco-activity is to minimise erosion of the beach by the waves, ensure the mangrove forest continues its growth and maintain the area’s ecosystem. The programme is suitable for 10 to 60 pax.

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