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Information

For groups with 6 people or smaller

Please note that your deposit will not be refunded under the following circumstances :
  • You cancel within 5 days prior to the tour date (no change of date is allowed)
  • You become sick even with a doctor’s certification (but we will issue you a letter explaining your condition and you can claim from your insurance)
  • You or one of your tour members are a no- show during the stated-pick up time from your accommodation/point of meeting
  • You or one of your tour members show up five minutes later from the stated-pick up time from your accommodation/point of meeting
  • You choose to not proceed with the trip on unfavorable weather (if our boat is going ahead)
However, deposits will be refunded if :
  • You cancel minimum 5 day before departure date
  • Bad weather with warnings issued by Thai Government Officials (we will give you an option of date change or refunds)

For private tours and groups with 7 people and above

Please note that your deposit will not be refunded under the following circumstances:
  • You cancel within 7 days prior to the trip
  • You cancel between 7-14 days of the trip, 50% of the deposit will be lost
  • You would like to change the date (at least a 7 days advance notice period) and is subject toavailability
  • No show = no refund
However, deposits will be refunded if :
  • You cancel within 7 days before the trip
PHNAG NGA BAY

Geography

The topography of the park is strongly influenced by several faults, particularly the north-east trending of the Klong Marui fault. This offsets the eastern terrain from the central mountain ranges by a right lateral movement. This fault movement resulted in the formation of a large graben parallel to the fault. This graben is marked by the present bay.

The high ground is produced by massive limestone blocks displaying classic karst scenery. These blocks extend southward into Phangnga bay where they form islands with vertical cliffs, mainly orientated in a north-south direction.

Phangnga bay slopes seaward and is filled with tidal sediments. The bay itself is composed of large and small tidal channels which originally connected with the fluvial system of the mainland.

The main tidal channels for instance Klong Ko Panyi, Khlong Phangnga, Klong Bang Toi and Klong Bo Saen all run in a northsouth direction. They consist of several tidal creeks or tidal channel distributaries. Most of the tidal channels are meandering with well developed point bars. Mangrove forests grow around the whole area of the Phangnga bay, they differ in species depending on elavation and relative tidal range.

The landward boundary of Phangnga bay is marked by a gentle erosion slope, limestone cliffs and transition forest between mangrove and upland forest which extends beyond the bay margin.