Master the art of cooking Thai delicacies by participating in a cooking class with a trained chef!
Adventure awaits at the Pileh Cove, which is situated on the spectacular Koh Phi Phi Leh, which is at the eastern side of the island. The Pileh Cove stretches to about 600 meters from the starting point to the end where it is surrounded by limestone cliffs that tower to about 100 meters high with an abundance of fresh green vegetations that thrive atop the cliffs. Traverse through the cove on a speedboat where you will have a chance to bask in the beauty and take plenty of pictures that will surely last a lifetime!
The adventure continues to the Lonely Beach that is located on the Rok Nok island. Take a dip in the blue ocean that shimmers lightly under the bright sky and cools your body down as you explore the stunning ocean that stretches to the horizon. Take the opportunity to relax on the sandy white beach under the shining Sun to get that holiday tan!
Explore the deep ocean at the Rok Nok island on a snorkeling trip, where you will meet Nemo’s extended family at the Clownfish reef and watch an abundance of clownfishes roam around the waters near their humble abode, the sea anemones, which they have a symbiotic relationship that is necessary to ensure the survival of both the clownfish and the sea anemones species. After such a thrilling exploration, you will be provided with a picnic-style lunch on the beach at Ranger Station and take the chance to taste the delectable meals that is infused with local flavours. The buffet is made fresh from the kitchen and the food is suitable for everyone with different tastes.
Take a step back into time by traversing through a forest of Banyan trees, that predate thousands of years old and you may even have a chance to stumble upon the prehistoric monitor lizard and a hermit crab. Admire the monitor lizard with contrasting scales that roam the grounds on its four legs. The lagoons at Koh Haa island offers truly breathtaking views for you to capture on your camera or phone to share with your friends and family. The Koh Haa island is situated near the Rok Nok island where the island is completely uninhabited which makes the island the perfect spot for some relaxation time and to discover the abundance of marine wildlife that live in the deep blue ocean.