James Bond + Safari A

 

James Bond Island by Long Tail Boat & Speed Boat Program A

Daily Program ( 07.15 AM. - 06.00 PM ) 

    
 

ITINERARY

Pick up from your hotel

Arrive at Island Safari Camp for activities 

JAMES BOND ISLAND

It's the biggest tourist attraction at Phang Nga Bay National Park. This is where the 1974 James Bond movie starring Roger Moore, Man with the Golden Gun, was shot. These is the nicely scenery view of Phang Nga Bay

CANOEING

Impression with wonderful scenery at "Lod-Yai" cave to canoeing pass through the cave then you can sightseeing around there. Rest and relax on the floating pier and serve you by our soft drink

ELEPHANT TREKKING 30 mins

Trek on the back of the elephant throught the river & dense tropical jungle up to the mountain and the surrounding our safari, an exciting, enjoyable & unforgettable experience.

ELEPHANT SHOW

See "ISLAND SAFARI" amazing elephant show, you can even try our special baby elephant massage ! Also meet & feed the elephants, a great photo opportunity.

MONKEY SHOW

Meet our monkeys & gibbons and watch how they are trained to pick coconuts from the tree.

BUFFET LUNCH & FRESH FRUIT

A delicious Thai Style lunch will be served at our beautiful riverside restaurant, there are a selection of dishes to suit all tastes. All ingredients are of the highest quality, fresh from the market that morning.

Period Adult Rate Child Rate
Daily Program   ( 07.15 AM. - 06.00 PM )    
Longtail boat                                                                                                                                          

2,300 TBH

 1,350 THB

1,800 TBH

1,200 THB

Period Adult Rate Child Rate
Daily Program   ( 07.15 AM. - 06.00 PM )    
Speed Boat                                                                                                                                           

3,300 TBH

 1,600 THB

2,800 TBH

1,500 THB

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