Pack a camera for this trip – some of the panoramas have to be seen to be believed. You’ll board a boat at Royal Phuket Marina, before setting off for the island-dotted waters of Phang Nga Bay. The green-capped karsts look like semi-submerged mountain peaks, and you’ll pass the cave-lined edges of Hong Island and Panak Island on your journey. You’ll coast past Khao Phing Kan – a beach-brushed spot that’s better known as James Bond Island, after Sir Roger Moore filmed a handful of 007 beach scenes here. Snorkelling and sunbathing are on the cards when you drop anchor at Kai Nui Island, and you’ll sail across to Rang Yai Island for a barbecue lunch beside the beach. After a final tanning stint on the sand, you’ll head back to Phuket.
The speedboat journey can be bumpy and you may get wet, the majority of the boat is covered so shade will be available.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.