Koh Tanga and Koh Chuku, halfway between Butang and
Tarutao offer great snorkelling, diving and fishing.
The best anchorage is found on the east or west coasts
between the north and south Tangas, depending on wind
direction and ground swell. Alternative daytime anchorage
can be found at in deeper water in 15-20 metres off the
southern end of Koh Tanga.
Fantastic daytime anchorages can be found anywhere around
Koh Chuku on the sandy bottom. Moorings are available.
Abundance of fish life and baby sharks make this a must stop
for aquatic enthusiasts.
Big desert island, with a significant advantage over its cousins, that of having fresh water, Ko Rawi is located N of Ko Butang, E of Ko Adang. Its SE coast is populated with coral reefs and tropical fish.
Ko bitsi, which is uninhabited, has a nice reef where it is pleasant to the mask and snorkelling. Northeast of Koh Adang is a small island with good holding
close to shore on either the east or west coast depending on
the season and ground swell.
Koh Lipe is a small island in
the Southern part of the Andaman sea. It is located in Satun Province,
close to Langkawi island (Malaysia), about 60 Kilometres (38 miles) from
the mainland. It is part of the Tarutao National Marine Park, a large
group of over 70 islands, and ...