Koh Rang archipelago is a small archipelago situated 6 km to the west of Koh Mak. There are no habitable plains on the island, except for a little beachfront plains. here are many large and small islets, comprising of Koh Rang Yai, Koh Rang Lek, Koh Kra, Koh Tian, Koh Tong Luang, Koh Yak, Koh Sam Pee Nong, Koh Mapring, Koh Toon and Koh Kampan. These islets are an ideal location for undersea diving to view corals and varieties of fish.
There are no regular boats to Koh Rang and Koh Kra for tourists.
Our resort offers a diving trip package, including equipment, lunch and 2 bottles of water, at B700 for joint trips, or B4200 for a chartered boat for 5-6 persons.
The name Koh Kradad comes from the abundance of kradad trees. This island boasts a magnificent natural beauty, from crystal white beach, colorful coral reefs under the sea, and a chance for close encounters with various underwater and land fauna, like fish and deer. As this island is a fisherman village, you can also buy plenty of fresh seafood at bargain price.
You can rent the resort's boat for a trip to Koh Kradad, or you can call a taxi to Nid port to get a boat there. Contact us for additional information.
Koh Kham, also known as "Emerald of the Trad Sea". This is one of the nine islets in Koh Mak archipelago, with a stunning environment, world-renowned white beach, crystal clear waters, quiet and relaxing atmosphere. At the east there is a coral reef, colorful sea anemones, beautiful fish, giant clams, an excellent spot for diving. Another feature of Koh Kham is huge, black, volcanic rocks scattered across the beach, and a sand strip running almost all the way from Koh Kham to the Tian cape at Koh Mak. At the time of low tides, you can walk 300 meters along the sand strip. At the top of the hill is a sightseeing spot of the numerous surrounding islands, and a great place to see the sunset. Although Koh Kham is a small private island, it offers a great natural beauty.
Since Coco Cape is situated directly across Koh Kham, there are many convenient ways to travel. You can rent a kayak or a longboat, costing B100 per person. Admission fee to the island is B100 per person, half price for children under 10, and free for children under 4.
Koh Rayang Nok is directly across from Koh Mak, at the opposite end from Suan Yai bay. Koh Rayang is a small island with world-renowned beach, where you can go diving any place around the island. For sunbathing lovers, there are also private beaches to enjoy the sun, an ideal place for seekers of peace and quiet. There is only one resort available on the island.
You can travel from Koh Mak by longboat. Tickets are available at the resorts. Coco Cape offers a boat rental for a trip to Koh Rayang Nok at B250 per person, admission fees included.
Koh Pee is a small island close to Koh Mak, and also one of the most beautiful coral diving sites in the Gulf of Thailand. There is no place of residence available on the island.
For a trip to Koh Pee, resorts offers their own diving package and boats for rent. Coco Cape offers both kayak rental service and diving trip package.
Koh Kood is situated in Trad province, at the east of Thailand. Those who have been to Koh Chang should not miss Koh Kood, as it is not very far apart, and still maintains its environmental richness. Koh Kood also has beautiful beaches and emerald-green waters, earning its nickname "the Andaman of the Eastern Sea", an ideal place for nature lovers looking for quiet places to rest. Koh Kood also has many waterfalls, the most famous of which is Klong Chao waterfall. High season for Koh Kood starts from October until May. Koh Kood is truly the best of Trad seas, with its white beaches and a chance for you to be a part of nature.
Traveling from Koh Kood to Koh Mak.
Speed boats leave Koh Kood port daily, at B400 per person. Contact your residence for booking.