Baan Sam Chong Nuer Community, Phang Nga (2D1N)

phang nga, Thailand
2 Days 1 Night
English, Thai

About the trip
Active and Fit Culture and Religion Hands-on Workshop
This trip will leave you with a new perspective of tourism at Phang Nga Bay, especially when you see the sunrise, lighting up the limestone cliffs and island forests that surround the water. This stunning area includes sparkling caves, lagoons, coral reefs, and bird’s eye views that can only be reached by foot (it’s hot but well worth it!). The many fishing communities of the northern part of Phang Nga Bay are not only skilled at catching fish and crab, but they also have a deep and profound understanding of the sea that you’ll be able to learn about, too.
  • Observe the culture of local fishing communities
  • Hop into a canoe and observe the mangrove forest ecosystem
  • Participate in a tie-dyeing activity / Shrimp paste making demonstration
  • Pick up and drop off service is excluded, add-on service available
  • Professional english guide is excluded, add-on service available
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Electricity 24/7
Heated Water
Air Conditioning
Seated Toilet
Cell Signal
  • Activities as listed in the itinerary
  • One night accommodation
  • Local guides (Thai language only)
  • 3 Meals (1 Lunch, 1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast)
  • Travel insurance
Day One

Late morning: Meet at Baan Sam Chong Nuer and listen to the story of the community and recommended practices. Then, hop into a kayak or a canoe, observing the mangrove forest ecosystem as you paddle along.

12:00 pm Lunch.

1:00 pm Adventure through the swamps and mangrove forests of Phang Nga while helping to afforest the area. There is also time to check out the local’s fish farming practices that use floating baskets, as well as visit a fresh oyster farm (with tasting, of course!)

16:00 pm Participate in a tie-dyeing activity / Shrimp paste making demonstration.
 

18:00 pm Dinner and rest in a community homestay.

Day Two

Have a leisurely breakfast or (for the second option) head straight out on a boat tour to catch the first light of the day, with the glowing sun rising above the limestone cliffs of Phang Nga Bay.

Late morning: Jump on a long-tail boat (‘Hua Tong’ boat) and observe the beauty of Phang Nga Bay. On the way, you’ll stop off at Petch Pakarang Cave, where you can walk up to the highest point for a bird’s-eye view. The scenery of Khao Phing Kan, Khao Tapu, Lod Cave, and Punyee Island is truly mesmerizing! It will be an unforgettable memory of your trip before you back home.

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