Hong Island by Speed Boat
The main island, Koh Hong is uninhabited, except for the birds, white-faced gibbons and giant monitor lizards that can be often spotted on the main white sand beach (at quiet times, at least). Its interior is home to a large lagoon (the “chamber” to which its Thai name “Hong” refers). This is best accessed at low tide by kayak, as the diminishing water level makes its colour change drastically from a deep emerald green to a clear turquoise; motor boats (either longtail or speedboats) will go around mid-tide. The entrance to the lagoon is through a dramatic cliff passage that should be photographed on your way out.
- Land transfer
- Local guide ( English speaking )
- Mask, Snorkel, Life jacket
- Lunch, Soft drinks and Fruits
- National park fee
- The itinerary and timing above are approximate and may be modified without notice due to the weather and sea conditions or any other reason are made for safety.
- Trips are not recommended for pregnant, children under 1 year and people suffering from any medical or physical disability.
Recommend to bring
- Swim wear, Sun block, Sunglasses Beach towel, Slippers, Camera, Pocket money ** Fins for rent 100฿/ Pair**
Extra charge transfer for
- Cape Panwa, Kamala, Surin, Bang Tao, Naiyang, Naithorn, Maikhao