Ko Lanta Private Longtail Boat Tours

Lanta Simply Life is one of Ko Lanta’s original tour and travel agents. We are a small family owned company specializing in custom private tours by traditional Thai longtail boat. For 20+ years we have been guiding visitors of Kantiang Bay and all of Ko Lanta to their dream private chartered tour. And, our experienced English-speaking staff are available to answer any and all of your travel-related questions!

Complimentary transfer is provided from your accommodation anywhere on Ko Lanta to your embarking location, either from Lanta Old Town or Kantiang Bay. On arrival, our friendly staff will greet you and escort you to our authentic Thai longtail boat which comfortably seats 10 passengers, all under a shaded canopy. Day trips leave at 9:00am and return at approximately 4:00pm, depending on your chosen destination. Your journey fulfilled, we then provide return transfer to your accommodation.

Ko Rok

Ko Rok

Ko Rok is the ideal, pristine tropical desert island for snorkeling and basking in the sun.With the abundant marine life greeting you in shallow waters and it’s long stretches of white sand beaches, Ko Rok is the destination dreams are made of.

Visit Ko Rok
Lanta Four Islands Tour

Lanta Four Islands Tour

Take a private longtail trip on the famous 4 islands tour. Visit the majestic Emerald Cave and swim among reef fish with towering limestone cliffs above you. Stunning views and stops at Ko Waen and Ko Cheok, complimented by lunch, beach walks and swimming at Ko Ngai.

Private Four Islands Tour
Talabang & Ko Bubu

Talabang & Ko Bubu

Explore the huge sea cave within Talabeng, dine at a remote beach where the monkeys are your hosts and discover uninhabited islands lying between Ko Bubu and Talabeng. Pick an island… let’s go exploring!

Visit Ko Bubu & Talabeng

I have more questions....

If you are like most people, you might have some additional questions, and we understand. Below are some of the more common questions we have been asked, along with our most helpful answers for you. If you have further queries, please get in touch and we’ll do our best to help.

Complimentary bottled water and lunch are provided, you are welcome to bring additional snacks or drinks.

Other items you many want to consider:

  • Swimwear
  • Shorts
  • Beach towel
  • Sunscreen
  • Sun hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera
  • Waterproof drybag

Biting insects such as mosquitoes aren’t typically a problem during the day, but if you have young children you might want to bring some mosquito repellent, just in case!

Ko Rok, Ko Bubu and Ko Ngai/Hai all have small resorts on them, and can provide additional food, snacks and drinks, so bringing a little spending money with you might be useful.

Yes, life jackets are available onboard. Your safety is our priority. Also we understand that some people are more comfortable in the water with a lifejacket, and we’d recommend that young children always wear a life jacket.

Masks and snorkels are available onboard. There’s also a limited selection of fins (or ‘flippers’ for you landlubbers!)

Please let us know in advance of any food allergies or if you have a special dietary requirement.

Absolutely! Children are more than welcome on our longtail. However as always, please be careful around open water and don’t leave young children unattended.

Our Thai boat captain knows everything you might want to ask about our tours, and speaks great English. However if you’d prefer a dedicated English speaking guide let us know.

All day trips leave approximately at 9:00am and return around 4:00pm, not including transfer times to and from your resort.

There’s no problem bringing alcohol on board and we welcome group parties, but please drink responsibly and be respectful of the boat crew and any other visitors to the islands and beaches.