The Phang Nga Sunrise Tour incorporates many of the best features of the world renowned Phang Nag Bay. Cave exploring at Koh Phanak, canoeing at Lod Nai Cave, James Bond Island, Panyee Village and swimming at Kuno or Nok Island, all nested within the Phang Nga Bay, famed for its Karst limestone islands. The scenery truly takes your breath away. You will enjoy a swimming break, a beautiful beach and have lunch a Koh Yao Island.
Arrival at Royal Phuket Marina around 5:45 am to 06:00 am
Light breakfast at the departure lounge
Boat departure from Royal Phuket Marina 06:30 am
Koh Phing Kan and Koh Tapu (James Bond Island) – Arguably the most famous spot in Phang Nga Bay, it’s been a mecca for Thai and Western tourist for four decades. Be the first one there on the Phang Nga Sunrise Tour.
Cave Exploring – Panak Island is often our first stop for some intriguing cave exploration. Like a Swiss cheese Panak is full of hidden caves, lagoons and hongs.
Sea Canoeing – Tam Lod Nai is a stunning location for a scenic canoeing 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.
Panyee Village – The village on stilts, originally a settlement by nomadic Malay fisherman 200 years ago.
Tressure Island – Just a few minutes from James Bond Island lays a fantastic hidden cave only accessible by swimming through a narrow passage. Jump off the front of the boat, swim to the beach and cool off before we move across the bay.
Koh Yao Yai – We take a small trip across the north of the island to a stunning local Thai restaurant for lunch.
Tropical Beach – The afternoon will take us to any number of beautiful beaches depending on tide and weather conditions. This is the chance to swim of or relax on a deserted beach.
Boat arrival at Royal Phuket Marina 02:30 pm
The itinerary and timing above are approximate and may be modified without notice to fit tide and local weather conditions.
Because we promise an experience, not just a boat tour, your comfort is our priority. 30-40% of the boat’s capacity are kept free and unused, so you can get from one end to the other without elbowing your way.
3-engine speedboats max 35 passengers (licensed for 45 pax)
2-engine speedboats max 25 passengers (licensed for 35 pax)