Rok – Lanta (Overnight)


Day 1 - Ko Ha

(Depending on water tide) - Depart Boat Lagoon 8.00 am.

An archipelago consisting of 5 important islands with a shallow coral reef ecosystem around the island.
There are sandy beaches alternating with rocky beaches on 5 large islands. Visitors can engage in activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, and canoeing. Beautiful coral reefs can be found around the island, and whale sharks and manta rays are often spotted.

Ko Rok Noi

Ko Rok Yai (Lunch)

Koh Rok has been declared a part of Mu Ko Lanta National Park. Koh Rok consists of 2 islands, Koh Rok Nai and Koh Rok Nok. On the adjacent side of the two islands is a sandy beach separated by a shallow sea about 250 meters. In front of Koh Rok Nok, there is a fine white sandy beach stretching from the island's head to the end of the island, suitable for people who love to swim.
The crystal-clear water is full of sea creatures, earning it the nickname "queen of Andaman." We will have lunch at the National Park.


Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel 9.00 am - Depart from hotel - Emerald Cave

The Emerald Cave usually attracts people to Koh Mook. It is the hidden lagoon on the west coast.
To see the lagoon, one must swim approximately 80 meters through a dark cave. However, it's worth it! After swimming through the entrance, you enter the beautiful hidden lagoon, a true paradise on earth!

Ko Kradan is one of the most beautiful islands in the Trang province. The island offers good restaurants and accommodation for tourists. The most striking feature of Ko Kradan is its powdery white beach and crystal-clear water that allows an excellent view of the coral reef underneath that stretches from the beach’s northern end to the coast. A variety of colourful fish inhabit the shallow water corals.

12.30 am. Lunch at Kadan - Mangroves forest (Monkey)

Visit the mangrove forest, which is almost as big as the island. Mangrove roots create a quiet and protected area for fishes, crabs, oysters, lobsters, and shrimps. The forest is also a guard zone for reptiles, mammals, and birds and protects the coast from erosion.

Monkey Bay (known as Ao Ling in Thai) on Phi Phi Don island. We will stop for approximately 20 minutes to take photos and observe the monkeys on the beach. We will pass Viking Cave while returning back to Boat Lagoon.

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