Koh Tachai is a lone island near the Similan Islands and Surin Islands. Located in Phang Nga province, Koh Tachai includes long stretches of sandy white beaches and shady forests. It is one of the most beautiful islands in South Thailand with wonderful quiet white sandy beaches and stunning crystal clear waters. Jungle walk and trekking up to a view point. Sightseeing by speedboat around the island with two times for snorkeling at the most amazing coral reefs. Leisure time for relaxation on the beach.
Introducing Tachai Island
Ko Bon and Ko Tachai are actually located in Mu Ko Similan National Park, and hundreds of divers per day may head out to Ko Bon in order to have an unforgettable experience of seeing the manta, the largest ray in the world. Most divers, if visiting between December and April, are not disappointed.
When comparing the expense, time and convenience of other sites, very few places in the world are comparable to Ko Bon. Ko Tachai is an island surrounded by a vast expanse of sea. Underwater rocks are one of the most diverse habitats of soft corals and sea fans in Thailand. Whale sharks and manta rays also often visit. The beauty of the 20-metre-deep underwater rocks is a sight not to be missed. To get these islands, refer to Mu Ko Similan National Park in this section.
Time to visit: December to April only.
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