4 Islands Tour to Spectacular Divided Sea by Longtail or Speed Boat from Krabi


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  • 4 Islands Tour to Spectacular Divided Sea by Longtail or Speed Boat from Krabi

Ao Nang, Thailand

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Trip Type:   Day Cruises
Duration:  6 hours 30 minutes
On this full-day tour you will discover the offshore islands of Krabi with beautiful white sandy beaches and crystal-clear water. They are often referred to as the 4 Islands of the Andaman Sea - Koh Poda, Chicken Island, Tup Islets, and Phranang Cave Beach at the Railay Peninsula are the closest ones and are easily reached by longtail or speed boat on this popular one-day tour just off the coast from Ao Nang.

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On this full-day tour you will discover the offshore islands of Krabi with beautiful white sandy beaches and crystal-clear water. They are often referred to as the 4 Islands of the Andaman Sea - Koh Poda, Chicken Island, Tup Islets, and Phranang Cave Beach at the Railay Peninsula are the closest ones and are easily reached by longtail or speed boat on this popular one-day tour just off the coast from Ao Nang.This Tour takes you to these unique limestone islands by a traditional long tail boat or convenient speedboat. Swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing, exploring, and photography are the main activities to enjoy. Expect plenty of sun, a rich variety of corals and fish, crystal-clear water, and white powdery beaches lined with coconut palms.

You will have a picnic lunch (rice box provided) on an island beach, and there will also be a couple of open water snorkeling stops, though do not expect to see much in the way of marine life. This trip is more about the beaches, with lots of white sand and great photo opportunities.

We will stop at Chicken Island, which got its name from a bizarre rock formation which resembles the head of a chicken. One end of the island consists of steep cliffs, while the other end has beautiful beaches along a peninsula. This peninsula gets flooded at high tide, creating a small island. At low tide you can walk between the Tup Islets and Chicken Island.

Itinerary will vary according to the tides, so that you arrive at the sandbank as close to low tide as possible.




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