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Day Trip to James Bond Island by Premium Speedboat from Phuket

Highlights
  • Explore Phang Nga Bay and the famous James Bond Island by speedboat
  • Canoe through caves and swim in the lagoons of Hong Island
  • Relax on the beach or swim around Naka Noi beach
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Day Trip to James Bond Island by Premium Speedboat from Phuket
From US$86.76
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Patong, Kata, Karon, Tri TrangMost Popular
Price includes transfer between: Patong, Kata, Karon, Kalim, Tri Trang, Kathu, Patong and Kalim Area: 8am - 8:20am, Kata and Karon Beach Area: 7:40am - 8am, Tri Trang: 7:40am - 8am
US$86.76
Chalong, Rawai, Phuket Town
Price include transfer between Ao Chalong, Chao Fa, Rawai, Nai Harn and Phuket Town Area, Ao Chalong, Rawa, Phuket Town: 7:15am, Nai Harn: 7:20am
US$97.33
Kamala, Surin, BangTao, Laguna
Price includes transfer between Kamala, Surin, Bang Tao, Laguna and Rayan Beach Area, Kamala: 8:30am, Surin, Bang Tao: 8:40am, Laguna and Rayan/Layan Beach Area: 9am
US$95.20
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Overview
Explore one of the most famous islands in Thailand by speedboat. Koh Tapu, more commonly known as “James Bond Island,” is the filming location for the 1974 film The Man with the Golden Gun. In addition, canoe around Hong Island, explore the Ice Cream and Diamond caves, and wander around Naka Noi Island. You'll see the best these islands have to offer with the help of a guide.
What to Expect

Start your day with a hotel transfer to the boat and enjoy a light breakfast before your cruise around Phang Nga Bay.

Admire the scenic views from the boat, as you pass the sea cliffs of Koh Panak Island on your way to Hong Island. From here, follow you guide and canoe through secret caves and lagoons.

Head to the famous “James Bond Island” to view the famous Koh Tapu, a limestone rock standing 66 feet (20 meters) tall, and take a few posed photos. Enjoy a delicious Thai buffet lunch in the small island of Ko Panyi followed by a short tour of the traditional fishing village.

From here, head to the Ice Cream and Diamond caves on the way to Naka Noi island, where you can enjoy swimming or sunbathing. Arrive back at the pier, where a van is waiting to transport you back to the hotel.

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1 - 5 of 17 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
5 out of 5

Highly recommend this tour. Every aspect was fantastic and the tour guide Latte made the whole day a pleasure

Thank Getaway793995
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Fantastic day out - highly recommended

We did the James Bond trip today, 2 adults and 2 children and loved it. We went with Seastar on the speedboat and our guide was Latte. We started at Khai Island for a spot of snorkeling, it is a beautiful island though no coral...More

Thank trdonna
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great excursion and personnel

Really enjoyed the experience,the speed boat was comfortable and not crowded and the personnel was fantastic. Loved all the magical islands,great memories now.

Thank Muxar79
Reviewed August 13, 2018
James Bond Tour

Loved this excursion, it was the highlight of the trip. We went during monsoon season and we reached out to the company to ask about their safety measures. They explained everything thoroughly and my whole group and I felt safe during the entire excursion. The...More

5  Thank Arbiana A
Reviewed August 5, 2018
Andaman Capture James Bond and Phang Phang Bay island trip

This day long boat trip is amazing, but DO NOT purchase the DVD that they promote. In March I purchase it for $60 USA and was assured by them that it was playable in the USA, even though our electrical voltage system is different to...More

3  Thank aben742018
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Michael Z
August 1, 2018|
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We got picked up at 8am and got home at around 5;45-6pm
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