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Mangrove, Langkawi
Written by Vengatesh on November 14, 2022 Share on

Mangrove Tour in Langkawi – A Complete Guide

Langkawi is one of Malaysia’s main tourist attractions and offers you a taste of nature. Mangrove tour in Langkawi is a mixture of beautiful beaches, mangrove forests and beautiful lagoons and offers some stunning nature views. Langkawi Geopark covers the whole of Langkawi Island, Malaysia, which is one of Kedah State’s districts. Kilim once was a fishing village but has now emerged as one of Malaysia’s top eco-tourism industries. 

Mangrove tour in Kilim Geoforest Park

Kilim Geo forest
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You can take a private boat or sharing boat to discover its ecology and there are several animals like red eagles, reptiles, squirrels and more which serves as habitat for these animals. This place is also known as Kilim Geoforest Park.

The lovely coastal wetlands and beaches which are considered spectacular and wonderful nature along with the two islands Dedang and Langgun the variety of 40 species of saltwater with highly extensive mangrove tour in Langkawi.

Enjoy the boat ride by observing the white-headed eagle being fed and exploring the beautiful wildlife in Mangrove.

Also Read: Top beaches in Langkawi one shouldn’t miss!

Things to do

Exploring the bat cave

Bat Cave
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Also, known as the Gua Kelawar situated close to the Kim Jetty point and can be reached through watercraft, this place is actually an exciting part of the Mangrove tour in Langkawi.

Eagle feeding

It is also a great activity and must be done during the Langkawi Mangrove tour. If you’re fortunate, you will find hundreds of eagles waiting to be chased after and these will have hunting shows to be displayed for the tourists. Closely debilitated winged creature of Langkawi, Malaysia and Red Eagle or the Brahminy kite Red eagle is only spotted in Langkawi, Malaysia, Australia and Indonesia. This is one of the reasons you must visit this place.

Crocodile cave

Crocodile cave
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Also, known as Gua Buaya. It is one of a cave by which the river Kilim flows. Locals say Crocodile stays at the cave and is accessible only during low tide and connects the river system in order to get through.

Fish Feeding in Dangle

This Island is one of the 99 islands in Langkawi Kilim. It offers delightful and perfectly turquoise water along the shoreline. You will see a lot of coral formations around this island.

Best time to go for the Mangrove Tour in Langkawi

You can start your morning with the harmonious mangrove tour. Plan for the most exciting boat ride to the wetlands where types of greenery and mangrove trees will greet you on your journey. The best way to kick starts your day by being calm and with fresh air.

In addition, the temperature is a bit low as compared to the afternoon plus Langkawi is located in a tropical climate area with high humidity. Though, once you step in the boat and as the boat cruising along the river. The cool breezes will make you feel so relax and trust me, you will love it.

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1. How long is Langkawi mangrove tour?

It would last for about 4 hours.

2. What to wear for mangrove tour Langkawi?

T-Shirts, Shorts, Sun glasses, Shoes, Sun-screen lotion and Swimwear.

3. Which month is best in Langkawi?

The best time to visit is from November to April.

4. Is 2 nights enough in Langkawi?

3 Days would be enough for exploring the main attractions in Langkawi.

5. How many days in Langkawi is enough?

One week will be ideal for visiting Langkawi.

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