A varied trip that takes you into the Mangrove Jungle, where you will visit Thai villages, play and feed many friendly and curious monkeys, take a short cruise past a local fish farm, then a relaxing cruise to sheltered islands for calm shallow water swimming, kayaking and deserted beaches.Read More
They say that there are foot prints of Lord Buddha in the Temple on Bu Bu Island, that’s according to the Myth and it is certainly worth exploring this beautiful little Island. The Island is not exactly remote but not many people are able to get to it, as there are no organized tours that come here.Read More
Being differently abled, unfortunately, is always a bit of a problem with travelling, but with some adjustments, it is doable with River Rovers. Certainly those with different abilities are not incapable. There are many ways people compensate for a reduction in abilities, and those with these reductions may have special strengths that exceed that of the general population.Read More
- Liam HWithout spoiling it too much I could not recommend this tour enough. It is a little more expensive than others but worth every penny. The thing I enjoyed most about this was that there was never a rush at any of the destinations. You were fed and had drinks all day too, bonus!
We saw monkeys, they clambered over our kayaks to get the bananas, what an amazing scene right in your face WOW. We saw sea eagles,migrating birds from Siberia and the most amazing the great hornbill in flight not once but many times.
Thank you so much River Rovers for a wonderful perfect day, away from the maddening crowd. We will most certainly do this trip again,cannot wait for our next visit to Phuket. - May 2016, Vernon S, New Zealand
The boat was comfortable and kept very clean. We had an amazing experience exploring many islands and beaches, loved the kayaks and fishing.
We had tons of laughs as a family and left the boat with new friends from the great crew of the River Rovers...they go the extra mile to help make great memories. I highly recommend them to any group. - April 2016, Carolyn Weiss, Canada