Hong Islands Private Boat tour

  • Tour
  • ฿ 15,000/day
  • - Excursions
  • Baths: 1
  • time: 10:00 - 19:00
Address : Aonang Muang Krabi


• Up to 16 people
• Start: 10:00 Nopparattara pier
• Finish: 19:00 Nopparattara pier


• Lifejackets & safety gear
• Snorkels and masks
• Cooler box of ice
• Transfer to the pier and back

About the boat:

Up to 15 people Insured and with quality lifejackets & safety gear

Spacious flexible layout. Proper dining table for 12 as well as a padded lounge area and huge sundeck ensures everyone has all the space they need

Proper WC onboard. Yes, a proper flushing sit down toilet complete with wash basin and fresh water shower
Sound system. 4 speaker system with connections for most smartphones/mp3 etc

Fishing. Enough rods and tackle for a good days fishing or just to chance your arm over lunch.

Snorkeling. Quality snorkels and masks for everyone to get a good look at some of Asia’s most diverse marine ecosystems

All weather protection. Sometimes it rains. If it does we've got you covered with plenty of completely dry space inside.

Experienced friendly captain & crew. Our Captain has years of Andaman sea experience and his crew are on hand to make sure your trip is perfect


The main island, Koh Hong is uninhabited, except for the birds, white-faced gibbons and giant monitor lizards that can be often spotted on the main white sand beach (at quiet times, at least). Its interior is home to a large lagoon (the “chamber” to which its Thai name “Hong” refers). This is best accessed at low tide by kayak, as the diminishing water level makes its colour change drastically from a deep emerald green to a clear turquoise; motor boats (either longtail or speedboats) will go around mid-tide. The entrance to the lagoon is through a dramatic cliff passage that should be photographed on your way out.

Koh Lahding is another beautiful island with a sheltered cove where there is a birds’ nest collectors’ camp; further north, both Koh Pakbia and Koh Rai have impressive sandbars revealed at low tide. Tours will include at least two pretty decent snorkeling stops: the first (or last) at Koh Daeng, a rock island on the way to (or from) Koh Hong, and the second in Lahding Bay.

We can tailor any trip to suit your requirements, just name it

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