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Half-Day Rock-Climbing Tours at Railay Beach in Krabi

Highlights
  • Limestone cliffs that are great for beginners and intermediate rock climbers
  • Learn basic top rope climbing and belay techniques
  • Maximum of four students for each instructor to ensure safety
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Half-Day Rock-Climbing Tours at Railay Beach in Krabi
From US$30.88
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Morning Half Day Tour
If you’ve never climbed before, this 4-hour introductory course is the ideal way to get yourself started! You will learn the basics of top rope climbing, belay techniques, and safety measures.
US$30.88
Afternoon Half Day Tour
If you’ve never climbed before, this 4-hour introductory course is the ideal way to get yourself started! You will learn the basics of top rope climbing, belay techniques, and safety measures.
US$30.88
Overview
Go rock climbing in Krabi on a half-day rock-climbing tour from Railay Beach that includes all the equipment and instruction you need to get on the rock. A low climber-to-instructor ratio ensures a safe, fun day of rock climbing on the spectacular cliffs above Railay or Phra Nang, with both morning and afternoon climbing sessions available.
What to Expect
Meet a driver at your hotel in Ao Nang or Krabi town and then transfer to Railay Beach or Phra Nang to get on the soaring limestone cliffs.

Since Railay’s limestone is grippy and pocked with holds, it’s a great place to get started with rock climbing or bring your rock-climbing skill set to the next level. This introductory class covers top rope climbing, belaying, safety, and basic climbing techniques in a dramatic location, and you’ll have time to take on multiple rock climbs, with the option to stay on beginner-friendly routes or try something more challenging.

After a morning or afternoon of rock climbing, the class concludes with return transfer to your original departure point.
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1 - 5 of 12 reviews

Reviewed 5 June 2018 via mobile
Awesome! MUST DO

This was one of the best experiences of my life and definitely the best thing I've done in southern Thailand so far. It was my first time and I was initially really nervous. The staff was super understanding, knowledgeable and helpful and helped me throughout...More

Thank Bici P
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile
Dare to experience this!

This was my first time rock-climbing and I’m so glad I overcame my fear of heights and decided to do this. I’m pretty fit, and ended up going up 5 times because I liked it so much, on increasingly difficult routes at Diamond Cave. Our...More

Thank Stanislao C
Reviewed 21 May 2018
Unreal Rock Climbing

I did not know that Railay Beach area was a hotspot for rock climbing and I found out the right way. Made a booking for half a day with Real Rocks and I knew we were in for a treat when we set up the...More

Thank hamkiko
Reviewed 9 May 2018
Really enjoyable half day of climbing for beginners next to the beach

Our tour guides were great, Yod and One (sp?). I highly recommend Real Rocks. We were a bigger group of 9 and had 2 guides for our group. They took care of us. They made it easy for beginners like us. FYI about booking through...More

1  Thank tracesan
Reviewed 7 May 2018
Very fun experience, great for beginners!

First-time experience climbing outdoors, and felt completely safe and really enjoyed ourselves. It was definitely a work out! The views at the top overlooking the water were worth it and super satisfying. The instructors were kind and patient and made sure we felt safe. Even...More

1  Thank sjkim18
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Mark E
3 April 2018|
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Response from mattpeerless | Reviewed this property |
We were told that we’re were climbing 5.10 - this was on the ‘beginners afternoon’, therefore in theory the easiest routes at this particular crag. I’m not convinced though, as 5.10 equates to 6a and they felt a little... More
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