Kayaking the Mangroves
Kayaking the Mangroves
Explore the Langkawi Mangroves on this unique guided tour. Kayak through serene river passages, observe exotic animal and plant species, delight in a home-cooked meal prepared by local natives, and take a scenic walk to a refreshing swim in a jungle pool. This Langkawi tour is ideal for small groups of nature lovers, photographers, and families looking for a unique adventure.
Your Langkawi guided tour begins by meeting your professional guide and enjoying a comfortable drive to the kayak-boarding area. You'll hop into a kayak and begin your journey through the Kubang Badak mangroves, spotting spectacular flora and fauna as you relaxingly drift through paradise. Possible exotic animal sightings include: Brahminy Kites, Kingfishers, Herons, Mudskippers, Fiddler Crabs, Monitor Lizards, and if you're lucky, hungry White-Bellied Sea Eagles fishing for lunch.
This spectacular kayak trip lasts approximately an hour-and-a half. Afterward, your guide will drive you to a local family's home, where a traditional home-cooked lunch awaits to satisfy your appetite. Take a scenic 450-meter walk through a forest trail before reaching a secluded jungle pool to enjoy a refreshing swim.
This Langkawi tour is an ideal opportunity to enjoy nature in an exotic land. Book now for an unforgettable getaway at a low price.
Reviewer: C Babichuk
Our tour guide Elis Ishak, she was very well spoken. These are tandem kayaks so be prepared for that. We kayaked for 1-2 hours and Eli’s pointed out animals, birds and plants along to way. After the kayaking we were treated to a Malaysian lunch at a local home. We were not sure who’s home but it was wonderful, a homemade lunch which included a couple fish, chicken and vegetable dishes. This meal was so good. After lunch, to a watering hole for a relaxing swim!.Well an easy walk it was not, good thing we are all in okay shape the path was quite rocky and uneven with tree roots or fallen branches to go over or under. The last section to go down to the water was very steep with not much to hold onto. The water was a creek so to speak It was quite rocky, so it would be a good idea to have water shoes.All in all we had a fun outdoor adventure. I would recommend this excursion to others but I might not consider it as moderate activities, some physical strength to kayak and do the hike