- Kayak through the amazing scenery of Phang Nga Bay
- Informative, professional guide will help you to explore the national park
- Time for swimming and snorkeling on the secluded beaches of Phang Nga Bay
- Friendly guide
- Includes hotel pickup and drop off
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What You Can Expect
This is a unique experience that takes you into the famous Phang Nga Bay. Made famous by the James Bond Movie - Man with a Golden Gun. The newly discovered sea caves and 'Hongs' are an exciting feature. Hong is the Thai word for room. These Hongs are open-air cliff-lined cylindrical tidal lagoons connected to the outside world only through stalactite-filled tunnels which were undiscovered until the spring of 1990.
Of course, there are many secluded beaches here and this trip would not be completed without visiting one for swimming.
This tour is a must, although clients should understand that this is not an energetic day. You are taken from your hotel to the dock, and then onto your cruise boat. Our guide on the cruise boat was funny and explained everything clearly to us.On reaching your destination you are assisted onto a canoe that has a guide who does all the paddling. So normally 3 to a canoe. We stopped for a swim stop at one of the islands then on to James Bond island. The islands, loads of them, are very photogenic externally and the caves, dark and narrow in places, bring you into the interior of the islands. This all adds to the fun. A good lunch is provided with drinks. All in all a great day out.
The photos and description of this tour really do not do it justice. It's so much more amazing than I could have imagined. It was raining when the van picked us up and was still raining when we go onto the boat so it didn't look like it was going to be a good day. We stopped at an Island first and even though it was drizzling, many people went onto the beach and made the most of it. I sat on the side in my rain pancho and admired them. Then the rain stopped, the sun came out and the areas that we explored were beyond amazing. To canoe into an opening in a rock and a few seconds later, come into this virtually untouched lagoon was breathtaking. Also the boat and canoe staff were great. They supply water and soda and lunch and are so accommodating. They are very organized as after the tour, they know exactly who goes into which van to be brought back to which hotel. Also, someone on the dock takes a photo of you and upon your return, the photo is placed into a frame that has been hand decorated with shells. I bought it as it was a cute souvenir.