Yao Noi island tour
2 x 174 €
- Water buffalos in the rice fields
- Breathtaking views of the Phang Nga Bay
- The village where batik is made
- Break at a local farm
All about the trip
We venture across Phang Nga Bay by boat and use our bicycles to explore the paradise island of Koh Yao Noi. Here the peaceful and simple way of living is the charm of the rural side of southern Thailand. See fishermen repairing nets, water buffalos in the rice fields, smiling and waving kids playing.
We depart from Bang Rong Pier where we hop on a longtail boat with our bikes and join fellow travelers. On shore, we explore this delightful island, cycling through rice paddies, rubber plantations, coconut farms and soak in the simplicity of life amidst a serene natural setting. The island provides a great vantage point for breathtaking views of the Phang Nga Bay. We visit the village where batik is made and take a break at a local farm and have a refreshing fresh coconut.
A hill awaits us on our next leg as we cross to the other side of the island. A thrilling downhill takes us to the beach and the blue waters. Time for a relaxing lunch before we finish our cycling back to the pier.
We'll be cycling on a combination of small paved roads, some dirt tracks through rubber trees. The distance is manageable and will leave plenty of time for photo ops. We will provide transport to and from your Phuket hotel to the pier but there will be no support vehicle on the island. The boat ride is approximately 45 minutes.
What is (and what is not) included in the price
- Water bottle
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Bike and helmet
- Snacks and drinks
- Ferry boat fares
- Accident insurance
E-bike can be rented from us for an additional fee of $ 15.
This activity is organised by SPiCEROADS, Soi Pridi Banomyong 26 Sukhumvit Soi 71 Klongtan Nua, Wattana Bangkok, 10110, Thailand, +66 89 895 5680, email@example.com.
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