One of the largest islands in Thailand, Koh Mook hails as one of the finest attractions in the country. Known for its endless coastlines and turquoise waters, this wonderful island is located in the South West of Thailand in the vast expanses of Andaman Sea. Praised for its infinite number of activities, Koh Mook is widely popular for its water sports, offering kayaking, diving, snorkelling and fishing options to travellers. A fantastic location for sightseeing, it allows travellers to venture further into the natural splendours of Thailand, such as excursions to nearby islands including Koh Ngai, Koh Kradan, Koh Rok National Park, Koh Libon and Koh Vann.
Famed for its fertile natural surroundings, Koh Mook is ideal for travellers enthralled with nature. Comprising of high and majestic cliffs, the island boasts of wonderful corals, coupled with a charming fishing village located on the mainland. An outstanding attraction is the range of sheer cliffs, which is home to the finest treasure in the island, the Morakot Cave. Obscured by the verdant greenery of the jungle, the Morakot Cave is essentially a huge hallway without a roof, which opens up to a clear pool of emerald water, surrounded by beads of white sand. Creating a countless number of picture-perfect moments, the scenic destination draws in a number of visitors every year, both tourists and locals alike.
A small passageway makes up the entrance to the cave, which can be quite difficult to find as it is partly hidden. It is located on the western side of the island, providing first time travellers an arresting look into the magnificent beauty of the island.
Having garnered world fame for its exquisite beauty, the cave’s exit can be reached by swimming an approximate of 80m, ideal for the adventurous traveller. For those who prefer travelling by boat, visits can be made during low tides. Its natural surroundings will be a stunning sight for the traveller as it beckons one to explore further into its spectacular landscape.