Unveil The Andaman with Our Nature Adventures
The 10 million-year-old rainforest surrounding The Andaman Resort is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna. Within its unique habitat, a fragile world of interdependence exists.
With such a diversity of natural terrain to explore, whether through the dense rainforest or along the winding waterways, Langkawi a variety of activities that perfectly combine educational adventures with outdoor fun. All activities adhere to strict ecological best practices standards.
8.00am - 9.30am daily except Mondays
7.00pm – 8.30pm daily except Mondays
UNESCO Geopark Cruise
The Kilim Karst Mangroves was the ﬁrst site in Southeast Asia to be named a UNESCO Geopark. An insular mangrove forest coexists with magniﬁcent fossil-rich, near-vertical to subrounded limestone hills dating back to over 400 million years. This once-arcane coral is now home to a unique ﬂoristic group of plants, some of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world, and you may spot variety of other flora and fauna that thrive beneath. Image credit to Naturally Langkawi.
Kayaking & Swimming Adventure
A short drive takes us to Kubang Badak River where we don our lifejackets and get straight into our kayak. We row with the flow of the tide along the tranquil mangrove forests and enjoy the birdlife and wildlife here. We will then join a local family for a delightful home cooked lunch, and transferred to a short 450m jungle trail that leads to a quiet jungle pool for a refreshing swim.
Trek To The Crystal Creek
This very short 450m trek will take us through a rainforest trail that ends at a quiet jungle stream that cascades into a natural pool. This fun outing is ideal for the whole family or a couple wanting to escape the heat of the tropical sun and swim in its cool & refreshing waters. Image credit to Naturally Langkawi.
Sunrise Stroll At Gunung Raya
Start the journey at 6am to the top of Gunung Raya, the highest peak on the island offering sweeping views of the entire archipelago from different vantage points. We watch the sunrise from the top while having a quick coffee, then stroll casually down the mountain observing myriad wildlife, with the star attraction being the resident flocks of Great Hornbills.