Kayak Koh Talabaeng
Talabeng is a large rock island off the east coast of Koh Lanta and is the best kayaking destination within range of Lanta. As it lies to the east of Lanta, between Lanta and the mainland, the waters around Talabaeng are almost always calm, making it ideal for kayaking. The wierd and wonderful rock formations make it an interesting place for a paddle.
Uninhabited Talabaeng island consists of two seventy-metre tall rock towers punctured by sea caves, which are ideal places for kayakers to explore. The stalactites and stalgmites twinkling inside the caves are a particular highlight of this trip. It is home to Prasart cave, a large and impressive cavern featuring colourful limestine stalactites, with beige and blue hues in precedence.
Koh Pee or Ghost Island is an attractive karst island covered in the region's signature limestine stalagmites. It is also home to one of the most interesting caves in the region that is accessible to kayaks.
This is a medium-soft kayaking trip which enables casual kayakers to get some good rays in while taking a bit of gentle exercise. It is not suitable for those after a strenuous day's exercise.
||Pick up guests from all Lanta beaches
||Depart to the islands by longtail boat
||Arrive Koh Pee (Ghost Island), explore the island and its cave
||Depart to Koh Talabaeng
||Arrive Koh Talabaeng, kayaking around the island
||Lunch and relax at a quiet beach
||Explore Prasart cave
||Drop off at resort.
Including pick up and drop off anywhere on Lanta, plus lunch, water and equipment - Adults THB 1,600, children less than 12 THB 800