Kayaking at Talabeng and Bubu Mangrove


kayaking at talabeng 4Kayaking is one of the most promising and attractive sports in Koh Lanta to indulge in; Koh Lanta Yai, and most of Koh Lanta Noi enjoy a large section of shoreline with water channels meandering through the Mangrove forest (known as Thon Sai in Thai)
Along the thirty-kilometre eastern coastline of Koh Lanta verdant mangrove forests grow, creating an interesting mixture of landscape and the sea. Take a kayak or canoe and explore tiny islands with limestone cliffs over a hundred meters high; paddle into and discover large and small caves and its formations. In the area known as Talabeng, nature has provided an excellent route by water through the rainforests. Various smaller mammals such as monkeys and squirrels can be seen, as well as a diverse collection of birds, and certain species of fish only found in this particular mangrove.

Full day Sea Kayaking at Tung Yeepeng mangrove forest, Talabeng and Bubu Islands

      • Touch the nature of Tung Yeepeng Village mangrove forest.
      • Monkey sightseeing and feed them with fruits.
      • Kayaking around Talabeng Island and explore Talabeng Cave.
      • Have lunch at Bu Bu Island. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing and relaxing.

Duration:

6hrs. (Pick up at 08.30, drop off 15.00)

Inclusions:

Round Trip Transfer by Van, Accident Insurance, First-Aid Kit, Drinking water, Soft drinks, Lunch, Fruits, and Professional English speaking Guide

Remarks:

Bring Swim wear, extra clothes, towel, sandal, hat, sunscreen, camera, and sunglasses.