Would you love to scuba dive healthy reefs, full of colourful soft coral gardens with amazing topography? If so, Koh Lipe is the place for you! Due to it's location in the Andaman Sea (south-west Thailand) the diving around this tropical island boasts a huge diversity of marine life. You can expect to encounter lots of different species on a single dive. The variation of dive sites is just as great and you'll rarely arrive at a site and find another boat there. Some dive sites are calm and peaceful (ideal for learning to dive), while others offer fun drift-dives where you can cruise along the reef watching everything pass you by, like a movie on a screen. When all that is said, the main reason why you should take a trip to Koh Lipe is that the island is still very unspoiled, both on land and in the surrounding ocean. It really is a true pearl in the ocean!
Koh Lipe might be the most magical place in the Andaman Sea. Situated in the south west of Thailand in the Tarutao National Park and part of the Butang archipelago, this is truly paradise for backpackers and others seeking the island life as it used to be. This is one of the very few islands where the corals are in pristine condition even on the main beach and absolutely perfect for diving.
Prijs per persoon228 EUR
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The whole island is charmingly basic, and so is the DJL Resort. As a standard, we have created the packages with dorm rooms. The dorm rooms are simple but clean and with A/C. However, upon booking, you can always chose to upgrade to a private room for an extra fee... The Private rooms does not have A/C, but a fan to keep you cool at night.
It's easy to get to Koh Lipe from Southern Thailand. In high season there are several ferry routes in the Andaman Sea. From November until May you will find direct ferries from Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lanta, Langkawi, Pak Barra, Koh Ngai, Koh Muk and Koh Laoliang.
No meals included. Soft drinks included on boat.