National Park

Koh Lanta

Discover quiet caves, cascading waterfalls, and tropical beaches as you explore this stunning island national park.

Colourful and laid back

Protecting a group of 16 islands in Thailand’s beautiful Krabi province, Koh Lanta National Park encompasses a wide variety of unspoilt habitats, from clear ocean to entwined mangrove forest.

Relaxed yet luxurious, Koh Lanta Yai is the largest island in the park and makes an amazing base for exploring other islands, some of which are uninhabited.

Highlights of Koh Lanta National Park include:

Khlong Chak Waterfall

Join a scenic guided trek to these secluded jungle falls. The waters tumble down a sheer rock face and the lush rainforests are alive with the calls of birds and monkeys.

Koh Rok

A trip to this tiny paradise island is a must for keen snorkelers. Widely regarded as one of the most stunning beaches in Thailand, its crystal clear waters and coral reefs are home to a rich variety of colourful marine life.

Ta Noad Cape

Take a coastal hike out to this rocky peninsula. Perched high on the cliffs, you’ll find a picturesque lighthouse with panoramic views of silky soft beaches stretching along either side of the coastline.

Tham Khao Mai Kaew

Tackle a challenging jungle trek to reach this vast cave. A local guide adds a knowledgeable flair when it comes to navigating the rocky tunnels.

Top Tips from our Experts

Barbara

Destination Specialist

“When visiting the waterfalls, it’s worth checking the water levels with a local guide. Waters can run low by the end of the dry season.”

Christie

Destination Executive

“Spend a night under canvas with a chartered camping adventure on one of the smaller, uninhabited islands, and feast your eyes on the starlit canopy above.”