- Mangrove forest tour with eagle watching in Langkawi
- Travel by boat and discover the abundant forms of wildlife hidden in Langkawi's mangrove forest in Tanjung Rhu
- Dine on a delicious lunch of freshly caught seafood from a local fish farm restaurant
- Enjoy the unique experience of watching white-headed eagles being fed!
- Hotel pickup and drop-off included
What You Can Expect
Enjoy a traditional meal in this colorful fishing village and sample seafood fresh from the farm. With full bellies, head out to watch as various species of eagles are fed. The final stop of this memorable journey is a darkened bat cave, where you’ll find these flying mammals perched and taking flight.
This tour was amazing!
Definately see this, you never know what you will see. On this occasion besides monkeys stealing food from people on our boat we got to see a Female Green Viper hanging around a tree branch. This was great from beginning to the end.
We had a great time. Very informative tour. Our guide Kairo was excellent.
Couldn't fault the tour. Many highlights.
The trip was amazing!! Loved everything about it and our guide was highly informative and learned so many things about the forest and the animals that live there!
We loved seeing the monkeys swim and the Eagles soaring high above us!
The bat cave was very interesting as well and the mangrove tour which was so exciting, as well as the fish farm that had a variety of interesting fish and we got to feed a stingray!
Afterwards we went for a boat ride out in the ocean which was quite a pleasant surprise!
and we stopped at a sandy beach for a swim, so bring your swimwear because we didn't and we highly missed out on that part!
We ended the tour was an delicious lunch on a floating restaurant!
Highly recommend this tour, this is a MUST if you go to Langkawi! Don't miss it!!
Melissa R Australia
The knowledge base of our tour guide really made the tour as good as it was. We learnt more about the native flora and fauna than expected and were amazed at some of the scenery and wildlife around, especially the swimming monkeys which were a treat.
Connie M Australia
AHMAD N Syria