Koh Lanta Diving : Liveaboards, Accommodation & Travel Guide

Islands nearby Koh Lanta

Koh Lanta Diving : Liveaboards, Accommodation & Travel Guide
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Excursions to neighbouring islands

Koh Lanta itself is home to some stunning landscapes…..but a few hours by boat will allow you to begin to explore the rest of the Koh Lanta archipelago. Some of the islands are real gems, in particular the Lanta islands within Krabi National Park – including Koh Rok and Koh Ngai. Had Chao May National Park, in the province of Trang, shelters some gorgeous islands, such as Muk and Kradan.

Outstanding natural wonders include the immense beach along the west coast of Koh Lanta Yai, the marvelous underground cave of Morakot on the island of Muk, the Ngai islands and Kradan and Rok where beaches of white sand edge a crystal clear sea…

Koh Rok Nok and Koh Rok Nai


These twin islands have an equivalent surface area. Koh Rok Nok is characterized by its impressive cliffs and admirable coral reefs. The mountain peaks at 208 meters above sea level. On the eastern coast of the island, idyllic beaches surrender their charms to you at low tide.
In Koh Rok Naï, the mountain summit rises to 156 meters above sea level.

Two large valleys, Hat Thalu and Au Man Sais, occupy massive expanses of land. To the south and southeast of the island, long beaches of fine white sand stretch alongside shallow waters decorated with coral. Watching the sun set behind the small neighboring island of Thong Cape is an unforgettable sight.

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Koh Muk

The village of Koh Muk is about 300 buildings strong. The rest of the island is composed of lush forests, rocks and cliffs – a natural habitat for swallows. The island also shelters the fascinating underground cave of Morakot, whose narrow entry is just the right size to allow small boats or adventurous swimmers to enter. Most are anxious to admire the sights at low tide: an emerald sea encircled by a gorgeous white sand beach and surrounded by high cliffs.

Koh Ngai

A perfect beach, a profusion of coral reef along the edge of the water: such is the setting of this small triangular island. The island is also home many different species of birds. A nearby islet, shaped like Buddha, offers a striking view of neighboring islands Koh Chuak, Koh My, Koh Waen, Koh Muk, Koh Lanta and Koh Kradan.

Koh Sukorn

Sukorn is situated in Tambon Goh Sukorn. The island is ringed by dream beaches, in particular those of the Sukorn Resort on the west coast and Yao Beach to the East, around Baan Tung and Baan Laem.

Koh Chuak

Essentially two islands separated by an immense rock which has eroded over time to create a natural tunnel. The island of Chuak is renowned for its extraordinary underwater coral reefs, deep sea diving, and the diverse and multi-colored marine life to be seen in these waters.

Koh Libong

Libong is the biggest island of the archipelago of Talay Trang, and is home to its oldest community. In addition to being a refuge for manatees, it is also home to a great number of waterfowl. During the cold season, one can admire the impressive gatherings and takeoffs of these aquatic birds.

Cape Joo Hoy and Toob Beach are particularly excellent sites for bird watching. Meanwhile, a nearby hilltop will be your best bet for watching the manatees. Libong is definitely an island for nature lovers.

Koh Lao Lieng

The two southern islands of Lao Lieng are part of the province of Palian. These islands are mainly mountainous, with the exception of a superb small beach in the east. The remaining land is carpeted with dense forest – a real-life paradise inhabited by a small number of local fishermen. Many birds, rare and magnificent, make their home here as well.

Koh Kradan

It is on this island that the office of Had Chao May National Park can be found. This island is a small jewel in the sea of Trang, with beaches of white sand and crystal clear waters. Divers will delight in the infinite array of corals and fish. Behind the island, the gigantic waves in the gulf will satisfy surfers.

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