These mystical caves and grottoes are one of the reasons why UNESCO named the Phang Nga Bay a World Heritage Site.
The most photographed part of this park is Koh Tapu, or more popularly known as James Bond Island, a karst formation towering 20 metres above the water level. This small island rock was made famous from the James Bond film “The Man with the Golden Gun”.
Phang Nga Bay attracts countless tourists each year to explore the unique landscape.
In some areas you can find grottoes and caves that have been created by the wash of the tide; can only be explored by canoe.
The sea in Phang Nga is only a few meters deep and even in the monsoon season, May to November, the waves are no higher than 1 metre.
Transfers to and from your hotel, national park fees, life jackets (also for children), lunch and non-alcoholic beverages, insurance and tour guide.