Visit Hong Island & 4 Islands on a full-day tour by large longtail boat. First snorkel at Lading Island and Hong Lagoon. Continue to Poda Island, Tup Islets and Pranang Beach for more swimming and take in the sunset at 4 Islands as you enjoy a BBQ dinner.
What to Expect
This full-day tour combines a visit to Hong Island and 4 Islands, along with plenty of opportunity to enjoy snorkeling during the day.
Start out by heading over to the white sandy beaches of Lading Island, which belongs to the Hong Island group. Spend time relaxing on the beach and swimming in crystal clear water. Continue to the secret lagoon of Hong Island where you’ll have a light picnic lunch on the boat.
Then it’s time to set off for the 4 Islands, stopping on the way at Koh Daeng (Red Island) for some more snorkeling on the reef, surrounded by colorful fish.
You’ll spend the afternoon cruising around the 4 Islands area, stopping for sightseeing and more snorkeling at Tup Islets with the famous sandbar visible only during low tide, Tang Ming Island and Chicken Island. The last stop is at Poda Island, a perfect place where you are able to walk around the island and enjoy the sunset over the Andaman Sea.
Go for a last swim after dark at Phranang Cave Beach and enjoy the amazing bio-luminescent show before heading back to Railay Beach where the crew will set up a BBQ so you can enjoy dinner.
Please consider that the tour program can be changed due to tidal and sea conditions.
- Hotel transfers from Ao Nang and Krabi Town
- Soft drinks and fruits
- Lunch picnic and BBQ dinner
- Snorkeling equipment
- Life jacket
- Professional English-speaking guide
- Fire show
What's Not Included
- National Park entrance fees for Hong Island 300 THB and 4 Islands 400 THB per person, to be paid directly on the spot
Know Before You Go
• Be sure to bring a towel, sunscreen, sun hat, sunglasses, flip flops, and a camera.
• The islands lack proper piers and long-tail boats are built to slide up close enough to the beach that passengers can hop on and off, which usually entails wading through a bit of water. Wearing flip flops or sandals is a good idea. Shorts rather than long pants are advised as you could start out in ankle-deep water. Do not expect to stay dry on a long-tail boat.
• The tour program can change due to tidal and weather conditions.
• This tour is not recommended for pregnant ladies, infants or people with back or neck problems.