Travel from Krabi Airport to Koh Lanta by shared air-conditioned minivan, with hourly departure times throughout the day. This transfer service includes a convenient pickup from the small bus stop at the main road outside of Krabi Airport and a drop-off directly at your hotel on Koh Lanta (if not further than the 7-Eleven in Klong Nin).
Maria Pilar R, Feb 2020
Nobody was waiting for us at the airport with our names or "Viator"
We had yo manage by our own to leave the airport to a bus stop in the middle of the road. We had to phone asking for help. When the
Van arrived it was overcrowded =14 people and the driver told me our luggage was "too heavy" there were two 16 kg. Cases. A bit unpolite. Into the wan there were 3 big boxes with "massa
Leif Frank N, Dec 2019
To arrive in Krabi airport with big international luggage - and thereafter walk from the airportbuilding for 15-20 minutes, is NOT an option. The pick-up is from a busstop on the highway outside the airportarea. Og we had NOT lidt our ckecked-in luggage we could NOT have entrerede the minivan, as it was already full with passangers and other luggage. Viator should NOT offer this minivan-servicetour.more
Meghan G, Apr 2019
Wouldn’t do it again. Plenty of minivans leaving from airport for similar prices. Cramped conditions, low AC. Husband sat with his bag on his lap. Not dropped off at hotel but at the main road at the top of hotels side street. Van stopped at many locations to drop off people and deliver random packages. Not terrible but not good. Don’t recommend.
HockHung Y, Aug 2017
- Pick up outside the bus stop at the airport
- drop off between Saladan and ends at klong Nin beach
- any hotel further south you have to arrange local taxi on yourself
Madelaine, Jul 2017
It got us to where we needed to get tom but was a bit of a farce to find. The directions from Viator/transfer company were not good and no one in the airport seemed to know where to send us. Having spent time in thailand previously I took this all with a pinch of salt, and we essentially just flagged a minibus down on the side of the road that looked like the one in this picture. It thankfullytour.more
Yong Pey S, Apr 2016
Definitely very cheap way of travelling. It is however a little intimidating trying to identify the van that you are suppose to get on as there are a lot of vans that looked similar and the bus stop outside the airport is more like a pavillion. Fortunately the contact no given works and the person on the other end speaks English. Overall will still recommend it as it is definitely much more afftour.more
Judith F, Mar 2016
This journey is overpriced here, it costs just 300 baht for this journey if you wait until you reach the airport and book it there. Also, we were stuck on the minivan for the entire time, because bags were blocking the door, we were stuck in a queue waiting to get on the boat for a very long time, and couldn't get out of our seat or out of the van to walk around or buy water at any stage. Evetour.more
Mariam M, Jan 1970
The meeting point is in the middle of the highway outside the airport, it means that you have to walk about 1km with your luggage on the road without pedestrian way under the strong sun. The van arrived 30 mins delayed, no signs to recognised it we had to ask to a local girl to call the agency for us to make us sure that it was the right place to wait. The minivan was almost full, we had to seatour.more
YiHo L, Jan 1970
Adervice: take a screen shot of your hotel's Thai name, that will be helpful for driver recognizing.
Colin C, Jan 1970
The first thing was we had to walk from the Airport to the bus station on the main road. No problem normally about 1/2 a mile but in 33 degrees and blazing sun not so nice! It would not be so bad if you did not watch your bus drive into the airport to pick everyone else up! Barely enough room for the luggage due to mystery parcels! Then at various stops along the way for the driver to deliver ttour.more