Enjoy a full-day speedboat tour from Krabi to explore the fantastic Koh Rok and Koh Haa near Koh Lanta. Discover two of the most magnificent snorkeling spots at Mu Koh Lanta Marine National Park. Spend the day sunbathing on the amazing white sandy beaches and swim among colorful tropical fish and coral gardens. Koh Haa is a group of small uninhabited islands located 18 kilometres west of Lanta's southernmost tip, about 27 km southeast of Saladan Pier. Meaning five islands in Thai, the archipelago name is slightly misleading, in fact the group consists of three main islands and three other smaller limestone outcrops. With a shape that resembles a bean, Koh Haa Yai is the southernmost and largest island of group. It is home to a small bay surrounded by cliffs overlooking a stunning white sand beach. Few hundred meters north of main insland lies Koh Haa Sam, the middle size of group and the archipelago's main attraction. Together with two other small limestone islets placed in front, the island encircles a shallow bay of breathtaking beauty. Known as the "Secret Lagoon", it has shallow crystal waters of an incredible turquoise colour, ideal for snorkelling, beginner divers and fanatics of underwater photography.
Koh Rok Nok and Koh Rok Nai are two tiny islands located in the middle of Andaman Sea approximately 36 kilometres from mainland of Trang province, of which are part administratively. The twin islands are under protection of Mu Koh Lanta Marine National Park, in fact they lie only 27 km from Lanta's southernmost tip, and so they are also considered an attraction of Koh Lanta and Krabi. The charming islands have similar characteristics and dimensions, roughly two kilometres in length and one in width, and are separated by just a couple of hundred metres. The western coast is indented with rocky headlands, while the eastern side is home of stunning white sand beaches surrounded by unbelievable turquoise waters. Among these Ao Man Sai Beach, on Koh Rok Nok, is the most charming. The shallow reef lies just off the beach shores. Teeming with marine life and with beautiful colourful corals, it offers great snorkelling and diving opportunities.
What to Expect - Some tour operators offer one-day tours to Koh Rok and Koh Haa from Krabi area that allows swimming and snorkelling in both archipelagos. The full-day tour includes the transfer by minivan from your hotel in Krabi area to the Nopparat Thara or Wang Sai pier in Ao Nang, roundtrip by speedboat, lunch with mini buffet box set, tropical fruit, drinking water, snorkelling equipment, life jacket, tour guide and insurance. The tour program usually provides: hotel pick-up in Krabi area at 07:45-08:00, cruise by speedboat from Ao Nang to Koh Haa, snorkel and swim at Koh Haa Sam, cruise to Koh Rok Nok for open water snorkelling, drop the anchor at Koh Rok Nai and enjoy lunch, beach time, sightseeing and more snorkelling on Koh Rok Nai, departure from Koh Rok Nai at 14:50-16:15 to return to Ao Nang, transfer to your hotel in Krabi at 16:15 -16:30. Price of one-day tour ranges from 3,300 to 3,800 THB, depending on the tour operator, and includes the National Park fee entrance, 400 THB for adults and 200 THB for children. There is also, in some cases, to pay a supplement of THB 100 per person for who stay in hotels and resorts in Klong Muang, Tubkaek and Krabi Town. Read More
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