PHANG NGA SUNRISE
Phang Nga Bay is a 400 km² bay in the Strait of Malacca between the island of Phuket and the mainland of the Malay peninsula of southern Thailand. Since 1981, an extensive section of the bay has been protected as the Ao Phang Nga National Park.
pick-up start at 05:00 am
KOH PHING KAN (JAMES BOND ISLAND)
Arguably the most famous spot in the bay, it’s been a Mecca for Thai and Western tourist for 4 decades. Be the first one there with Club Champagne Phuket. Take your photos without the masses and enjoy the worlds famous James Bond Rock
Panak Island is often our first stop for some intriguing cave exploration. Like Swiss cheese, Panak is full of hidden caves, lagoons and hongs. We aim to select the very best location depending on the tide and weather on your day. Fire up your torches and step into a prehistoric world!
Tam Lod Nai is a stunning location for a scenic canoe trip. They are simply the best way to see these geological wonders up close and personal. Let the Thai guide take you into hongs and caves only accessible by canoe.
The village on stilts, originally a settlement by nomadic Malay fisherman 200 years ago. Here our Thai guides will show you around, visiting the local school and behind-the-scenes in this fascinating community.
KOH YAO YAI
We take a short trip across the north of the island to a stunning local Thai restaurant for lunch. A truly unique location, still holding fast to a traditional existence.
The afternoon will choose a beautiful beach depending on the tide and weather conditions. This is a great chance to swim or relax on an amazing beach.
RETURN TRANSFER APPROXIMATELY 03:30 PM
*The itinerary and timing above are approximate and may be modified without notice to fit the tide and local weather conditions.
Free transfers from all hotels in Phuket
Soft drinks, water, fresh fruit and snacks
National Park Fee
Beach Towels and Dry Bags