Visit some of the best beaches Koh Lanta has to offer in a single day
The Koh Lanta islands offer a diverse Koh Lanta adventure packed into one day and much more. There is just so many islands in Krabi, each one offered something new and unique. The islands surrounding Koh lanta are no exception. The 4 island hoping day trip is great for people who just want to get out and explore amazing islands. Also for those who want to see the most they can in a single day without getting too overwhelmed by crowds. Koh lanta is still a relatively undeveloped island so there is simply not as many people on the island in general. Many Koh Lanta islands are seldom visited so rarely will you have to fight with crowds.
A day trip consists of the organizer picking you up at your hotel or villa. Then they bring you to the pier where you will get on a boat with no more than 16 other guests. The pickup time s between 08:30- 09:00 and most trips are done and you are back in your hotel by 16:00-17:00.
For every guest you will be provided with, fresh fruit, lunch, soft drinks, kayaks, national park entrance fee and a life preserver. There is also plenty of water, so you don’t have to worry about getting dehydrated while under the intense Thai sun.
As a vast majority of the day is spending swimming and snorkeling we highly recommend you bring some kind of underwater camera to capture your memories.
The first stop is Koh Ngai, a small island with large rolling expansive white sand beaches, perfect for taking long walks on or taking your time to rest and relax on. There are a few resorts and restaurants on Koh Ngai but not too much overall, just a place to come and relax, perfect if you’;re looking to really unwind and get away from everything. The water could not be any clear on Koh Ngai so get your snorkeling equipment out and ready to go.
The Second Stop is Koh Maa, another great snorkeling destination, hope your didn’t forget your GoPro.
The second stop is The Emerald Cave, it’s an incredibly unique and worth while stop as the whole island has its centre carved out and is only accessibly by swimming through a short cave into the centre of the island where you will be greeting by a private pristine white sandy beach surrounded on all sides by the towers cliffs that make up the island.
The Third stop on the trip is the famous Koh Rok, for the snorkeling alone, it doesn’t really get better than Koh Rok, the water is perfectly crystal clear, the corals and vast and rich in color and fish swimming around them, plus the water is not too deep. You can also make plans to do a solo day trip to Koh Rok and this would also be an amazing trip but on the 4 island trip this is only one stop on the itinerary.