Get to Phi Phi before the crowd – with the wind in your hair and the thrill of travelling by speedboat. Go island hopping. Stop at Ao Ling (Monkey Bay) on Koh Phi Phi Don, then snorkel at the famous Hin Klang and relax or swim in Koh Mai Pai (Bamboo Island) before arriving at Koh Phi Phi Don for a great lunch.
Chicken Island - Enjoy swimming & snorkelling among coral reef and fishes. Si Island - Popular location for excellent snorkelling the marine life here will amaze. Tub Island - Relax at the white sandy linkage between Tap Island and Chicken Island at low tide. Poda Island - Relax for sunbathing and sea sports. Railay Beach - Lunch time at restaurant at Railay Beach. Visit Phra Nang Cave.
Visit Lading Island (Paradise Island). Visit Hong Island - A beautiful place, enter by boat a unique narrow passageway leading to Hong Island's fantastic lagoon of green and blue waters, surrounded by limestone mountains and mangrove forests. Visit Pakbia and Rai Islands. Visit Daeng Island. Lunch included.
Bay of mangroves that may be the most beautiful in all of Thailand. Here, bays and canyons are like passageways. Recently discovered, this setting superb for having a first time encounter with this ecosystem. In addition, there are very rich faunas. The region contains good examples of traditional villages. Certainly a highlight of this setting is narrow channels cut through two towering karst complexes which is passable during all but extreme low tide periods.
They say an elephant never forgets, one thing for certain you will never forget your elephant trek. There is no better way to enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery Krabi Province has to offer than from the back of one of these gentle giants.
Walk through to the rainforest seeing many different kind of tropical tree birds and butterflies on walk way you will see a fantastic forest lagoon. Bathing at the hot waterfall (Hot spring). Stop over at Wat Klong Thom temple or tiger cave temple. Visit the temple museum and discover the old ways where the local people from the south of Thailand brought goods over from China by boat known as the silk way.
Limestone cliffs with caves, or ‘hongs’ (rooms in Thai – lagoons only accessible by sea-kayak through caves), archaeological sites, and mangrove forests, Phang Nga Bay is a marvel of Nature hosting over 200 animal species – birds, amphibians, mammals, and fish.