Village Ecotourism Journey
Travel by Po Tong to experience the local way of life on Koh Yao Yai. Visit a rubber plantation, rice paddies and marine lobster farm and learn how the islanders make a living while meeting the warm and friendly locals.
Phang-Nga Bay comprises of an archipelago of more than 100 limestone islands rising from emerald waters surrounded by unspoiled mangrove forest.
Phang-Nga Bay comprises of an archipelago of more than 100 limestone islands rising from emerald waters surrounded by unspoiled mangrove forest. The bay is a magnificent area for sightseeing, like travelling back to a land of mythology with limestone rock formations that appear like castles on the sea.
We stop at Panak Island and Hong Island in Phang Nga Bay and explore the spectacular sea caves by canoe. Experienced guides paddle the canoe silently into the dark cave and enter to the lagoons surrounded with the tropical rainforest and limestone walls. Discover wildlife such as monkeys, hornbills and the various kinds of plants in the mangrove forest.
Visit James Bond Island, where the movie “The Man with the Golden Gun” was filmed.
Panyee Island (the floating village):
This sprawling village built on the sea and is where the tour stops for lunch. Wonder around the island and explore the school and local village and discover how this small community lives in the middle of the sea.
On the way back we will explore some of the caves around the bay such as Mangrove Cave, Hoi Teep Cave or Ice cream cave depending to the sea condition.
Trip includes: Transfer, drinking water, canoe, English speaking guide and travel insurance.
The Adventurous Journey at James Bond Island & Sea Cave