Koh Yao Yai is often mentioned as one of the last true Thai islands that has not yet been completely absorbed by tourism. The carefree feeling of the island is contagious, time slows down and nothing seems to bother the locals who spend a lot of time chatting in small groups or lounging in a hammock in the afternoon.
Explore the island by car with a local guide. We will show you the Thai and Muslim way of life and will be happy to answer your questions. You will have the opportunity to taste local food and exotic fruits, you will visit a rubber plantation and coconut farms, where the production process will be explained to you. And that’s not all.
Next stop is a fishing village where you can buy or just admire fresh fish. Not only children can look forward to the monkey show and training facilities, where monkeys learn to drop coconuts directly from palm trees and are definitely replacing humans in this important job. We will also stop at some beautiful vantage points so you can take commemorative photos. We always find time for lunch at a typical local Thai restaurant. It is rewarding to see the way of life and local customs of the people.