Once as a Sea Settler, Ranong (2D1N)

Ban Talae Nok,Ranong,Thailand

Highlight
  • Ride the long-tailed boat
  • Travel to Ban Talae Nok
  • Make Kanon Chak (Napi palm desert)
  • Lunch with fresh local seafood.
  • This is a join tour minimum 4 persons for this tour, it may not run if there are not enough people registered
USD per guest
Leave Don Meung International Airport for Ranong Airport. Breakfast at Ban Rai Aiarun, Kapoe District, Ranong Province. Travel to Ban Talae Nok, a beach village. Experience the cool sea settler lifestyle. Local activities, leaning the local wisdom on making use of local plants. - Sew nipa palm leaves for roofing, still used in the village. - Make Kanon Chak (Napi palm desert), grilled on coal stove, soaking in the scent of the leaves. Lunch with fresh local seafood.
Ride the long-tailed boat. Experience local sea settler lifestyle. Make some from local herbs and create chic Batik souvenirs in sea settler style.
Leave the community and travel back to dine on the famous dishes at Kian Lae Restaurant. Travel back to lodging. Free time.
Breakfast at lodging. Travel to Ban Muang Kluang where most locals are Muslims living off the sea as fisherman, farming shrimps and clams. Arrive at Tambon Muang Kluang Knowledge center. Ready to hop on a fisherman boat. Ride Prise boat, a high-speed pontoon the fisherman used to traverse on the water. Visit mangrove forest and Ranong Lake. Plant mangrove tree to expand mangrove forest at Mah Nam sand dune. Visit the old community. See swap buffalos at Koh Laem Son. Lunch with seafood on floating basket at the village’s knowledge center.
Wet raft along Klong Nad Lode, swim around the separated sea at San Lang Peung Geu. Experience local fisherman life and No Land village. Back to shore. Shower at Tambon Muang Kluang Knowledge Centre. Leave the village for Ranong Airport. Journey safely home.

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