White sandy beach of the world-famous James Bond Island
Chance to cruise through the crystal-clear, emerald water
Enjoy sea canoeing or just relax by the pristine sand beaches
Awe-inspiring & gorgeous views of a mangrove forest
Enjoy sea cave exploring Phang Nga Bay’s marine geology
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of James Bond Island
Sea canoeing equipments hire
James Bond Island sea cruise via big boat
Roundtrip transport from most Patong, Kata, or Karon beach hotels via air-conditioned coach
Live tour commentary provided in English
Water sport fees
National park admission fee
What you can expect
Explore the famed James Bond Island that was featured in Man with the Golden Gun and Tomorrow Never Dies. With steep walls, thick forests, and breath-taking beaches, this island has something for everyone.
Eat a tasty breakfast and don your beach clothes before your mid-morning hotel pick-up. Journey to Phang Na Province in an air-conditioned coach. Arrive at the coast where a big boat awaits to whisk you away through unbelievably clear waters. Relax on-board as you gaze out to see lush mangrove forests.
Then we move onto your first stop, Panak Island and enjoy canoeing at Mut Cave. Enjoy exploring the sea cave inside Phang Nga Bay’s marine geology. Then, depart to enjoy canoeing experience in Hong Island.
Enjoy a delicious meal of traditional Thai cuisine on board. After your meal visit James Bond Island to discover the famous film location, The Man with the Golden Gun was filmed. Witness the sheer cliffs that tower straight up from the water and remark upon how dense the forests atop the island are.
Your guide tells you about the James Bond films that took place here and points out iconic sights from the cinema. The mushroom-shaped Khao Tapu limestone rock is a wonder to behold and has many fascinating theories about how it was formed, including a theory from local folklore.
Pick up a souvenir from a local stall, go cave exploring, or just chill out on the beach, James Bond style. You have ample time to explore and take photos of these stunning locations before beginning your return trip via Naka Bay or Lawa Island.