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Well know by everyone visiting Thailand is the James Bond Islands, notoriously famous by the movie of "James Bond - The Man with the Golden Gun" is of the limestones beautifully formed and the place for a nice photo of your vacations in Thailand.


In fact, South of Thailand has more than 200 limestones spread in the south area. Hong Islands are a set of them together that offer unique landscapes, lagoons, white sandy beaches and reef formations around them, making them a place not to be missed when you visit Thailand.


This tour will show you the most fantastic hidden places that South Thailand has to offer you! 


See you soon at Our Magical Thailand

Tour Program:

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Very close to Koh Yao Yai we have the Phang Nga Bay National Park.

This boat tour will take you to an archipelago is the group of islands more than 100 islands in the bay surrounding by the unspoiled mangrove forest and limestone formation.

Sightseeing at Phang-Nga Bay National Park:

Sightseeing around the bay is the senses of travelling back to the land of mythology. Enjoy the spectacular view of limestone rock and island seems like the castles appeared on the sea.

Sea Canoeing:

Canoeing at Hong Island with the spectacular sea caves to explore. Experienced paddle canoe silently into the dark cave and enter the lagoons surrounding with the tropical jungle and limestone walls. Discover wildlife such as monkey, hornbill and the various kinds of plants in the mangrove forest.

James Bond Island:

Visit James Bond Island, where the movie "The Man with the Golden Gun" was filmed.

Panyee Island (the floating village):

The village built on the sea where you will explore around the island. Discover how this small community lives in the middle of the sea. Visit the school and discover the local way of life.

Kayak Beach:

Enjoy your privacy. Swimming, Sunbathing and Relax on the island hideaway

Explore the Caves:

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 on the sea condition.

Tour Includes:

Transfer To & From Hotels In Koh Yao Yai*

Licensed English Speaking Guide

Lifejacket & Snorkelling Equipement


Water & Fruits Available Aboard

National Park Fees

Tours Follow S.H.A Health Safety Protocol / Tours Insured With A.I.G Insurence

* All hotels in Koh Yao Yai are included in our Pick&Drop Area.

**Some hotels in Koh Yao Noi are also Included on free Pickup - Inquired the Pick-Up in case of staying in Koh Yao Noi


Prices Per Person:

  • Per Adult - 3900 THB

  • Per Child - 2400 (4-12 years old)

   *Minimum 2 Persons


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Island Hopping Tour

+/- 7 Hours Tour

Island exploring is one of the best activities to do while enjoying your vacations in Thailand.

Several limestones, white sandy beaches,  sand-banks, snorkelling with amazing underwater fauna and the crown of this tour, The Hong Lagoon knew as the "Emerald Lagoon". 


Explore the amazing islands of the Hong bay with us, enjoy it without hurries and crowded places.



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Snorkelling at Khai Islands

+/- 5 Hours Tour

Between Koh Yao Yai and Phuket are located the 3 Khai Islands. 

This half-day tour is to explore the coral reef and underwater fauna that surround this beautiful tiny islands.

Snorkelling is not all we want to show you. We end this tour with lunch on a white sandy beach. Where you can relax and enjoy a cocktail from a local bar.



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Phang Nga Cave & James Bond Island Tour

+/- 7 Hours Tour

Famous by the James Bond movie "The man with a golden gun", James bond island is a must-go spot to admire the formation of the limestone.


Phang Nga bay offers much more. One of the best activities is to explore the sea caves and explore hidden lagoons inside these limestone formations.

Explore a village constructed on the Andaman Sea "Panyee Village" is a small village that was created and develop above the seawater.

Come explore and learn the history’s 



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