A day of island-hopping is on the agenda today. Ang Thong National Marine Park is made up of 40-plus islands, sprinkled like splashes of paint in the Gulf of Thailand. First, you’ll drop in on Paluay Island – one of only two inhabited islands in the archipelago. You’ll get to see the village that the local sea gypsies call home. Then you can relax on the isle’s pristine, powder-white beach, before grabbing some lunch at an authentic restaurant. You’ll travel in style on a speedboat to your next stop, Mae Koh Island. The big name around here is Talay Nai – a landlocked saltwater lake, with emerald-shaded waters. Next it’s on to Wua Talap Island. The viewpoint here offers top-rated panoramas of the surrounding limestone islands. If you’re lucky, you’ll be joined on your climb by playful monkeys. Plus, the coconut tree-fringed beach provides an alternative to hiking.
Don't forget to bring your beach wear.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.