• Time
  • itinerary
  • 07.30-8.30
  • Pick up from hotel and transfer by air conditioned minivan to Boat Lagoon Marina.
  • 08.30 AM
  • Boat departs from the pier.
  • 09.30 AM
  • Sightsee the amazing landscapes of Koh Panak and Koh Hong.
  • 10.00 AM
  • Visiting the James Bond and observe Khao Ping Kan ( Leaning island).
  • 11.00 AM
  • Explore A cave Tham Lod Noi with amazing stalactites and pass through mangrove swamps.
  • 12.00 PM
  • Enjoy set lunch at Panyee village ( Sea Gypsy village).
  • 13.30 PM
  • Enjoy great Canoe at Tham Lod Yai (Grotto Cave).
  • 14.45 PM
  • Arrive at Naka island for swimming And relaxing on a white sandy beach.
  • 16.30 PM
  • Arrive at Boat Lagoon Marina and transfer back to hotel.
Remark :

Our itinerary on the day may vary from day to day, depending on the tides, other tour boats, and weather conditions.

Tour includes:

All our tours include transfers to the main tourist areas (Kata, Karon, and Patong), Water, soft drinks ,Lunch ,fresh fruits ,canoe ,English speaking guide, Life vest,accident insurance and national park fee.

Prices
Adults : 3,100 Baht per person.
Children 4 years up to and including 12 years :
1,550 Baht per child.

For all enquiries please contact us via:
Email: info@themasterpieceadventure.com
Mobile Phone: 081 397 7622 | 081 537 4838

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Koh Phanak Cave Exploring - One of the most intriguing aspects of the Pang-Nga trip is undoubtedly the cave exploration. See how the limestone islands are formed by stepping inside these hidden, geological wonders. With dramatic stalactites, stalagmites and concealed salt water lagoons you can step back in time and see how nature sculpted these beautiful islands.

Koh Panyi Village – Often referred to as ‘The floating Village' or the “ Sea Gipsy Village ', Panyi is in fact neither. Founded by a nomadic Indonesian fishing family around 200 years ago, the village has been built on wooden stilts. With a strong community emphasis on Muslim family values, the village has grown to inhabit over 1500 people. Simba stops here for a sea food buffet lunch, prepared in the village using the produce caught by the villager's themselves (chicken and vegetarian dishes are also available). After lunch we take a walk round the village, showing you the school, health centre, mosque and other facets of the villager's life.

Sea Canoeing – This is a great opportunity to get close to the shear limestone cliffs and caves inside. A local Thai guide will paddle you around the island of koh Talu, showing you the formations, while you can lie back and enjoy the scenery. This is defiantly another opportunity for photos.

Secret Hong - A beautiful, secluded beach, hidden away from all but a few other people. Sheer limestone cliffs surround you while you can relax and have a swim in the emerald water. Behind the beach, one of Phang Nga's many famous caves can be explored with provided, high-powered flashlights and a guide.

Koh Hong – Ko Hong's literal translation is ‘island room' - which it was named because of the rock ceiling that once closed it off from the rest of the world. These hongs were made famous by a Lonely Planet documentary and are simply spectacular. They are remenence of old, collapsed caves that have formed protected Laguna's or rooms. Simba will take you into the very heart of these natural formations.

James Bond Island – The island made famous by ‘The Man with the Golden Gun' as Scamamnger's hide out (Khao Phing Kan) it has been a popular tourist spot ever since. The famous rock jutting out of the beach gives rise to the Thai's names for the island (Khao Tapu) “Nail” and makes for a memorable photo opportunity. Although this spot is often crowded, we try and pick a time that has the least tourist and if no one wants to stop, we can drive the boat slowly in front of the island slowly for that photo.

Sea Canoeing – This is a great opportunity to get close to the shear limestone cliffs and caves inside. A local Thai guide will paddle you around the island of koh Talu, showing you the formations, while you can lie back and enjoy the scenery. This is defiantly another opportunity for photos.

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