Experience swimming, snorkelling and sightseeing with a partner on this guided island-hopping adventure to Beras Basah Island, Intan Island and Rebak Island as you leave the shores of Pulau Langkawi on a jet ski!
Get onto a jet ski with a partner and ride out into the Andaman sea on an island-hopping adventure with a tour guide who will show you around. The first island on your itinerary to stop by is Beras Basah Island (Wet Rice Island), where you can go swimming, and the next island to visit is Intan Island (Diamond Island) for snorkelling. The final island stop is at Rebak Island, where your guide will take you sightseeing.
Beras Basah Island boasts a gorgeous backdrop of green mountains emerging from the tops of lush greenery that cover the island. Swaying palm trees beckon you towards the island’s beaches, where rolling waves brush up against the sandy-white of the shore. Step into the water and have yourself a relaxing swim as you let the atmosphere transport you into a relaxed mood. Beware of the cheeky monkeys on land who hang around, waiting for an unsuspecting visitor to leave their belongings unattended, as they are always on the lookout for free food hidden in bags.
Move on to Intan Island when you’re done swimming, as on this island, you will have an even more immersive swimming experience as you peer into the secrets of the sea by snorkelling. Strap on your snorkelling gear and float through the water as you observe the marine life that call these deep waters their home. Underwater, schools of fish dash around as swaying sea plants dance among the vibrant corals ranging in sizes on the seabed. Feel stunned by the beauty you will witness under the surface of the water. Shake off the waterdrops clinging to you when you emerge from the water, and get back onto your jet ski with your partner and ride on towards Rebak Island.
At Rebak Island, you will be brought around by your tour guide for some sightseeing. Enjoy the romantic mood of this secluded isle if you’re with a romantic partner. Lines of yachts and sail boats are docked at the marina, which is the only fully-equipped one in the entire country. Various exclusive resorts dot the island, so while you’re there, take note of which ones you’d like to come back to for an overnight stay or two in the future!