This full day tour will raise the curtain on Mu Koh Lanta National Park's best bits. You'll venture into the rugged hills, rainforest and beach forests to explore photogenic spots such as the waterfall near Klong Jark beach, Mai Pai Bay and the lighthouse. Swimming stops and lunch are included, too.Shortly after you've been picked up from your hotel, you'll arrive at your first destination for the day – the waterfall near Klong Jark beach. It's tucked away from the crowds and provides a taster of the region's beauty. Next will be Mai Pai Bay, located on the southern tip of Koh Lanta. And it's here where you'll stop for some swimming and relaxation with uninterrupted views of the unspoiled bay.Have lunch at a local restaurant before heading deeper into Mu Koh Lanta National Park. You'll visit one of the most picturesque beaches in the area, then it's off to grab a photo at Lanta Lighthouse. The views over Koh Rok, Koh Ngai and Koh Mook provide a picture-perfect end to your day of discovery.
Thailand is packed with paradise places to swim, snorkel and explore, but Koh Rok and Koh Haa are the stars here. Set sail aboard a speedy catamaran and spend the day discovering a cluster of unspoiled islands. There'll be time to top up your tan, soak up the scenery and swim and snorkel at some of Thailand's top diving destinations. You'll be greeted by turquoise waters, banyan tree forests and nothing but your own footprints in the sand at Koh Rok and get to glide over the protected lagoons of Koh Haa. There are also visits to Koh Rok Nai and Koh Hin Ngam for more swimming and snorkelling followed by a beachside lunch.
Ko Lanta district is a treasure yet to be fully uncovered. Two islands connected by a singular bridge, mangrove forests, sandy beaches and a unique culture are just some of the highlights of this tour. You'll explore the islands in a longtail boat and visit Lanta old town and Sea Gypsy village.The adventure kicks off with a boat trip around the mangrove forests of Ko Lanta Yai and Ko Lanta Noi. You'll see the strange beauty of trees that grow half underwater and half above. Next, you'll dine at a nearby restaurant for lunch. The afternoon is spent getting to know local life. First up is Lanta old town. You'll wander round streets of historic wood buildings – make sure to see the houses on stilts. And on the last stop, you'll meet a unique group of people – the Moken – who have maintained a totally distinct culture while living off the sea, hence their Sea Gypsies nickname.