A 400 sq. km national park, with many endangered species and large limestone formations shooting out of the sea bed, there is over 10,000 years’ worth of nature to take in here. It's possible to discover the park either by speedboat, sail boat or sea kayak.
Be sure to look out for Koh Phing Kan or James Bond Island, which was made famous by the film, 'The Man with the Golden Gun’, starring Roger Moore; as well as Koh Panyee, a local fisherman's village which has become a popular lunch stop for trips to the bay or eco trippers wanting to get involved with community based tourism.
Sea kayaking is the most popular way to discover these islands, as it gives you access to hidden lagoons and caves that are too small for the larger vessels to enter.