Cons: honestly can't think of anything other than a bit too much trash (which we clean up regularly)
Season: We offer kayaking all year. Kayaking with camping is best from November through March. April and May can be a bit warm. June and July can have some evening showers.
The other months are considered the rainy season, though there are plenty of dry weeks during this period too. No kayaking and camping August through October.
Phang Nga Bay is one of the most popular canoeing and kayaking tourist destinations in southern Thailand. We’re offering you a change to spend two nights in the bay in the most remote part, the far northeast corner.
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Your guide is from Koh Yao Noi. All of our guides are born and raised in the bay.
You paddle your own canoe at your own pace. The guide does not paddle for you. Note: you have the option of kayaking in a double sea kayak with your guide if you want help. See some images of our kayaks.
You’ll travel to Koh Yao Noi by speedboat ferry. Once there, you’ll board our private longtail to begin your adventure. The first paddling area is a long point with some of the best limestone cliffs in the bay. There are quite a few secluded beaches as well. The highlight of this day is visiting one of the biggest hidden lagoons, called ‘hong’ in Thai, in Phang Nga Bay. This are also feature large areas of mangrove forest.
Camp is at the head of the point on a lovely beach. There is a large area of overhanging rock, so even if it rains, it’s unlikely that the outside of your tent will get wet.
The second day is spent exploring a stunning coastline. The second night’s camp is on a long beach in a deep cove.
The third day is spent circumnavigating the very large island where you camped. This island has a lot of secluded beaches, mangrove areas, tower cliffs, some shallow caves, a floating fishing village, monkeys and other wildlife.
All camping gear is included on this sea kayaking and camping tour. You’ll have the longtail escort boat with you (out of sight while you paddle) and there will be a cook on the longtail. Our goal is to make this as relaxing and authentic as possible.
Our trips include: all transfers (airfare not included), national park fees, all kayaking and camping equipment, all meals during the trip (breakfast is not included on the first day), water, freshly ground coffee, tea, and insurance.
Alcohol, soft drinks, and fruit juices are not included, but are available for purchase.
We are the most highly certified paddling company in the region and we are certified to international safety standards!
View certifications. All of our professional guides are certified in First Aid and CPR.