Cliff jumping could be added to your kayaking tour. It’s a nice seque during a tour. The easiest way to access most cliffs is to start climbing from your longtail support boat.
As safety is always our top priority, we scout the water where you’ll jump first. We dive down to make sure there are no rocks, trees, or anything that could harm you. Luckily, the limestone cliffs in Phang Nga Bay and Khao Sok tend to go straight down for quite some way.
For those of you who like the idea of jumping off of a rock into the water, but aren’t really into climbing high to do so, no problem… there are plenty of short jumps. You could start off low and work your way up. There is never any pressure to go higher. That’s entirely up to you.