The James Bond tour was worth doing, but not exceptional.
First, the sea canoeing. You get into a canoe with a guy who does the driving, go out to some rock formations for about 30 minutes. It was interesting to see. The are is packed with tourists doing the same tour.
Second, is James Bond island. The island is even more packed with tourists, to the point of being hard to walk around because the island is so small. The island is beautiful, but really only good to small a few photos and get out.
Third is lunch on the floating village. You don't really get to see too much of the village, the food is a set menu. Food overall is good, it was enjoyable seeing the village on approach.
Last is the monkey temple. It's a temple in a cave with monkeys out front. Nice to see, nothing too exceptional.
Overall, the tour is good for seeing a few sights and worth the price. Honestly the best part is boating between the first few locations because you see the mangroves and rock formations. The guides do not share much, if any, contextual information about what you're seeing, and feel more like Shepard's herding tourists around a few sites.
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