Adult: 4 500 thb – Child: 2 250 thb – Infant: Free of charge (+Marine Park Fee)
Join our Khao Lak tour and spend the day slowly sailing through the calm waters of the Phang Nga Bay among the sheer limestone islands that rise vertically out of the sea. This is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Thailand, these stunning rock formations are millions of years old and anyone first setting eyes on them will be captivated.
First we stop at a lagoon, or hong as it’s known locally, and spend some time there. You can choose to stay on-board and be mesmerised by the spectacular scenery of mangrove forests and limestone cliffs, or jump into the clear warm water and have a swim or snorkel.
A delicious lunch is served on-board. Meanwhile the boat continues cruising around Phang Nga Bay trying to decide which one of the 42 islands we should stop at as they are all as fabulous as each other. We are in no rush, we have plenty of time and this is a relaxing day where we want you to enjoy the experience.
The beaches in this area are largely uninhabited and we stop where there are no other tourist boats tospoil the peace and quiet. The landscape of Phang Nga Bay is breath-taking and will leave you with a feeling of calmness and pleasure. The area is a magical place and it’s guaranteed this trip will be one of the highlights of your holiday in Thailand.
Phang Nga Bay and Khao Lak Tour Information:
Phang Nga Bay has been a national park since the early 80’s and features unique limestone cliffs rising dramatically out of the ocean bed. Formed over millions of years there are hundreds in the bay and each one is unique and beautiful in its own way. Some of them soar towards the sky rising more than 300 metres high and others have cave systems that can be explored by boat or kayak.
When you enter the cave there is a silence that falls as the outside world is blocked out, and then you find yourself in a tropical lagoon that is open to the sky. Stalactites and stalagmites that have been formed over thousands of years are dramatic and inspiring.
The bay is protected from the monsoon seasons which means that the water is calm all year around making it more appealing for boat trips and cruises and great for swimming. In the bay there are many different kinds of species of mangrove, over 80 species of birds and an impressive 82 types of fish.