Day 1 : Kuah → Pulau Singa Besar/ Pulau Dayang Bunting
After landing at Langkawi International Airport (LGK), board your boat and then drop anchor to Pulau Singa Besar, an animal sanctuary. Explore the surroundings to meet the wild pigs and then join Pulay Dayang to visit the "Pond of the Pregnant Girl", whose waters, as the legend says, have magical effects on infertile women.
Day 2 : Pulau Singa Besar/ Pulau Dayang Bunting → Ao Taloh Udang (Tarutao)
Set sail for Ao Talo Udang in Tarutao, a national park and island used as a state prison prison from 1939 to 1946. Explore the island in all its authenticity, unexplored rainforests, with mangrove swamps and its coconut palms.
Meet the hundreds of species of birds a animals such as the gray heron & the macaques. Also, the beautiful fish, where, in this part of the world, contain 25% of the world's fish species.
Day 3 : Ao Talo Udang → Ao Pante/Ao Makham
On the west coast of Tarutao, anchor at Ao Pante or Ao Makhham, visit the National Park's headquarters where the sea turtle nest. Take a Canoe cruise to crocodile cave, then hike to Ao Son through nut plantations. coconut, rivers and reach majestic waterfalls.
Day 4: Ao Ma / Ao Makham → Koh Lipe (Butang: Thailand)
Anchor to the Butang Islands and join Koh Lipe, an island belonging to the Tarutao Marine National Park, itself made up of 70 protected islands.
Meet the inhabitants of the island, nicknamed "gypsies of the sea", and stroll along the sandy beaches lined with crystal clear waters. Then discover the main beaches of Sunset Beach, Sunrise Beach and Pattaya Beach to understand the origin of its nickname "The Maldives of Thailand".
Days 5, 6, 7 and 8: Koh Butang / Rawi / Adang (Butang: Thailand)
You have 4 days to explore the Thai islands of Butang.
Dive, visit and hike unlimitedly.
In Koh Butang and Ko Rawi, the best diving spots are in the southwest.
Day 9 : Butang → Pantai Cenang/Pantai Kok (Langkawi)
Return to Pantai Cabang or Pantai Kok. Immerse yourself in the Malaysian culture by participating in the evenings of the island and do not miss to tastse the local specialties such as "nasi campur" in one of the many beach restaurants.
Day 10 : Pantai Cenang/Pantai Kok → Kuah
Dive one last time into Malaysian waters before returning to Kuah Harbor, disembark and return to the airport.
The islands of Adang and Rawi are generally closed to the public during the rainy season from mid-May to mid-November.
Butang - Pantai Cabang or Patai Kok
Raise anchor early and sail back to Pantai Cabang or Pantai Kok. Leave enough time to anchor by sunset. Go ashore for dinner & drinks.
Butang - Kuah
After breakfast and a swim, raise anchor & sail to Kuah the hand-over.