Koh Rok day trip
Koh Lanta to Koh Rok by speedboat
Pristine coral reefs that few boats visit.
- Koh Rok is a small uninhabited island that few boats visit.
- Fabulous reefs.
- Clear water.
- Abundant marine life.
Tours run daily from from November to April.
08.30-09.00: Transfer from hotel to the beach.
09.00-10.00: Boat ride to Koh Rok
10.00-11.00: Snorkeling from the boat
11.15-13.30: Move to Koh Rok Nok (outer Rok Island) where the park ranger station is. You can relax on the beach or look for monitor lizards around the island. Lunch is served at noon.
13.30-15.00: Back on to the speedboat and move to another snorkeling location at Koh Rok Nai (inner Rok Island).
15.00-16.00: Journey back to Ko Lanta
1,700 baht adult, 850 baht child (4-11 years)
Price includes: Snorkeling equipment, transfers, buffet lunch (vegetarian food available), drinking water, soft drinks and fruit snacks, national park entrance fees.
What to take: Towel, sun screen, swimwear, t-shirt, camera.
Note that these speedboat tours are not suitable for infants 3 years old and under, or for pregnant women and the elderly over 70 years of age.
Cancellations: Must be made by email from the lead contact to email@example.com. In the event of cancellation the following charges apply:
– 7 days or more prior to the package or tour date: full refund less bank fees.
– 3-6 days prior to the package or tour date: 30% of total price
– Within 72 hours of the package or tour date, or no show: 100% of total price.
Weather Policy: This is an all weather tour and still runs if it is raining in the morning. The tour will be cancelled if the forecast is for rough sea unsafe for small boats. The decision to cancel is made on the morning of the tour by the boat captain and the harbour master, not the passengers. If a trip is cancelled because of bad weather you can reschedule to the next available day. If you cannot reschedule you will be refunded in full.
How to book
How to book
Please contact us to confirm availability.
What to expect
Beautiful coral reefs and an abundance of tropical fish underwater. Uncrowded white sand beaches above the surface. This is Thailand as you imagined it. Picture perfect.