Eco Premium Discover Local Islands by Longtail boat

From THB ฿2,600.00
  • Duration: 6 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Aonang, Krabi
  • Product code: TOB2B4ISL002


Head out onto the warm turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea and discover the famous islands of Krabi. Our expert captains and tour guides make a point of avoiding other tourist boats, allowing you to experience the white sand island beaches uninterrupted. Relax and enjoy your hearty hotel breakfast stress free as this tour sets off late morning, leaving us to enjoy the islands free of other tourists as they are already heading back to Ao Nang.

Dive in and snorkel around the vibrant coral reefs before dining in style with our beach lunch set up on the famous Poda Island. Feel the sand between your toes as you sit at our low beach dining table, sheltered by umbrellas, and tuck into a delicious authentic Thai meal. 

Some of the other highlights of our 4-island tour are Princess Cave, Chicken Island and Talay Waek (The Divided Sea). Talay Waek is a phenomenon that occurs at low tide, exposing a sand bank that connects Chicken, Tub and Moor islands. Stroll along the amazing Phranang Beach and bathe in the vibrant colours of the tropical Thai sunset as you sip on a refreshing beverage.

A comfortable day on board, including sightseeing, snorkeling and beach time. You are sure to have a fantastic time with lots of sun & fun for the entire family.

Highlights of the day are the Princess Cave, Chicken island with its unique shape of a Chicken and Talay Waek, or “The divided sea” which is a phenomenon that happens during low tide creating a sand bank which connects Chicken, Tub and Moor Island. Eat with style at our elegant Beach Lunch set-up with low tables, tablecloth, umbrellas, beach mats and authentic Thai food, Krabi-Spesialisten style. 

Sunset is seen from Phranang beach, one of the best sites for sunset and we offer setup table served a snack and one of drink.


Itinerary:  

11:00 – 11:15 pick-up Klong Muang / Tub Kaek hotels

11:30 – 11:45 pick-up Ao Nang hotels


Arrival at Tub island & Talay Waek for sunbathing, snorkelling & swimming at the beach. Snorkel from the boat at Chicken island


Visit Poda island with lunch set-up on the beach


16:30 Phranang beach, walk to Railay and explore the area. Sunset from Phranang beach (Romantic sunset table set up, snack and one drink)


18:45 Cruise back to Hat Nopparat Thara pier


19:00 Arrive at the pier and return to hotel



    Inclusions:

    • Round-trip transfer
    • Professional English-speaking Guide
    • Thai set up Lunch on the beach
    • Romantic sunset set up table served a snack and one of drink.
    • National Park Fees
    • Fresh Fruits
    • Drinking Water & Soft Drinks
    • Cold Towels
    • Snorkeling Equipment (no fins)
    • Accident Insurance


    What to bring:

    Bring Swimwear, extra shirt, sandal, waterproof bag, shorts, towel, hat, sunscreen, camera, and sunglasses.


    Remarks:

    • This is a small group and plastic free excursion, no single use plastic bottles are used on this tour. 

    • Program, timing and route can be changed according to the water level and weather conditions.



    For same day bookings please call / WhatsApp  +66862725696  or email info@krabi-spesialisten.com for availability.


    Krabi Spesialisten Premium tours are now plastic free!

    At Krabi Spesialisten we believe in sustainability. In order to reduce plastic waste, we have removed single-use plastic bottles from all premium tours. We have included refillable bottles for all guests. And, if you purchase your Trash Hero bottle you can take them home after the tour.

    Click here for more information and order your refillable bottle upon check-out.


    Benefits of an Eco Premium Tour

    • Smaller group size

    • Higher quality lunch and presentation

    • Customized itinerary to avoid crowds

    • More attention from individual guides

    • Plastic free set up and tour

    • Learn more about Thailand culture 

    • Learn more about the environment and history from your trained guide

    • More funding for Thai staff trainings on ecology and environment