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This tiny deserted island is accessible when the tide is low enough by a sandbank that connects it to Ko Yao Yai. Otherwise, you can kayak or take a boat.

There is a sandy spit that you can swim from, but the tide can be strong at times. These kinds of tiny uninhabited islands are part of the magic of Thailand.

Of course, Koh Nok is not a hidden gem – lots of tour boats stop here for lunch during high season, but when they’ve gone for the day, you are alone with only the sound of the sea for company!

Koh Nok Itinerary

09.00 : Pick up from hotel and transfer to the pier

09 30 : Depart to Koh Nok swiming and seeing viewpoint on top

12.00 : have lunch by lun box on Koh nok

13.00 : Swiming and see shallow coral reefs beside Koh Nok.

15.00 : Return to Yao Noi and transfer back to hotel

Tour Includes: Hotel transfer, lunch, soft drink, fresh fruits mask & snorkeling, lift jacket

Koh Nok Day Trip Private Longtail Boat 1- 4 person = 6,500 Baht / Half Day

Koh Nok Sunset Private Longtail Boat 1- 4 person = 8,500 Baht / Halfday Day

Note: Please bring sunscreen, mosquito repellent, power bank (4G network on the island), beach shoes / swimwear, swimsuit


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