In southern Thailand’s Krabi province lies Mu Ko Lanta National Park; a breath-taking natural paradise with turquoise waters, uninhabited islands, secret coves, and alluring coastlines. It is endowed with a wealth of flora and fauna, including lush jungles and vibrant marine life.
This tropical paradise closes every year for six months to allow its sensitive ecology to be renewed and maintained. The five-star sanctuary on Koh Lanta, Pimalai Resort & Spa, fully endorses the closure and collaborates with regional authorities to safeguard and maintain the environment. Mu Ko Lanta National Park will reopen on October 15th to visitors following its annual restoration – and Pimalai’s responsible, adventure-seeking clientele will be among the first to witness it! Koh Haa and Koh Rok, two of the most gorgeous islands in the area, have reopened as immersive, exclusive trips to mark this momentous anniversary.
Alternatively, the “Fabulous Koh Rok” excursion is a gorgeous one-hour boat ride to Koh Rok, a pair of idyllic islands surrounded by warm, clear waters and powder-soft sand beaches. After an hour of swimming and snorkelling, visitors will be treated to a delectable lunch on board before setting sail on a sightseeing tour around Koh Rok, where they will have further opportunity to dive into the clear water and explore the fascinating underwater world.
The seven boats in Pimalai’s fleet are all helmed by experienced captains with in-depth local knowledge, ensuring the magical adventure will live long in the hearts of clientele while preserving the beautiful ecosystem.
Pimalai is one of only 26 global properties to form part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World’s (SLH) Considerate Collection, an exclusive community of socially responsible and eco-conscious five-star hotels. It was also recently named the best hotel in Thailand in the Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice “Best of the Best Awards” for 2022.
For more information about Pimalai Resort & Spa, visit pimalai.com.