One of the beautiful and serene islands located off the Gulf of Thailand is Koh Phangan. Regarded as the backpackers’ capital of Southeast Asia, Koh Phangan is most famous for its wild Full Moon Parties on the Haad Rin Beach. The island’s pristine beaches, amazing scenic beauty, thriving hospitality industry, and superb nightlife make the island quite an exciting destination.
The Angthong Marine Park is one of the most popular natural attractions in Thailand. Located off the coast of Koh Samui, an island destination located in close proximity to Koh Phangan, the Angthong Marine Park is a miniature archipelago consisting of a cluster of stunningly beautiful islands made of rock and limestone. The area is known for its awe-inspiring scenic beauty that even hotels such as Anantara Rasananda Koh Phangan Villas promote visits to it. Kayaking through this marine park is one of the most mesmerizing adventure experiences you can have if you are looking for an exciting excursion from your luxury hotel in Koh Phangan!
There are many ways to get to Angthong Marine Park, although taking the boat from Koh Phangan will be great because you will be able to see the beautiful coasts of Thailand’s islands. As you approach the park you will be greeted with the amazing sight of the clam blue waters, luscious green tree cover of the islands, and the milky white beaches. Once you get to the marine park you can get a kayak with a local guide so that you can make your way through the turquoise blue waters and explore these amazing islands. You can paddle up to the islands, maneuver under the stunning rock over-hangings, or check out the stunning beaches of the islands. Some of the major highlights of Angthong Marine Park are the Koh Wao and Tai Plao known for their secluded lagoons and wondrous rock formations. All in all, kayaking at Angthong Marine Park is something that you simply must try out!
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