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Sun Island Tours of Ko Lanta, Thailand. Discover Ko Lanta's stunning archipelago!
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We strive to give you the best travel experience. We’ve been featured in Lonely Planet and won Traveler’s Choice Destination Awards in 2010 and 2012.
We can offer you a bottle of champagne or an ice cold beer always for reasonable price. Water is included on all tours. Please let us know what you prefer.
Marine National Park
If you choose a tour to the southern islands, please note that the National Parks services of the Trang Islands, Koh Mook and the Emerald cave have enforced a 200B per person entrance fee. This you will need to pay directly to the park rangers or captain if asked. Lanta’s East Islands have no fee.
We only accept Thai baht. Payment is due morning of your trip. There is an ATM at the Lanta old town pier close to where we depart. Sorry, we do not accept credit cards.
We love kids. Little ones are always welcome on our private tours. For shared tours we recommend kids 7 years old and up. We have children’s vests for safety on board. For infants, please bring your own flotation device.
Safety is our top priority. We reserve the right to cancel any of our trips due to mechanical or climatic changes that may impede our safety.
We always serve lunch from our favorite Thai style “pinto”. A stainless steel reusable container. We never use any polystyrene, styrofoam, plastic containers or straws.
Check out some of our exciting trips offered for the 2019/2020 season. Excursions depart from Ko Lanta’s historic Old Town pier. All tours include transport from your hotel, Homemade Thai lunch, snorkeling gear and endless drinking water
- Carl W
Tours from Lanta Old Town
Historic Lanta Old Town on the southeastern coast. Originally, Si Raya (known today as Lanta Old Town) acted as the port and commercial center for the island and provided safe harbor for Arabic and Chinese trading vessels sailing between the larger ports of Phuket. Penang and Singapore. Today, It is made up of many charming old Chinese style wooden houses built 60-150 years ago.