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Koh rok and Koh Rok Nai

Koh Rok

The two Koh Rok islands, Koh Rok Nok and Koh Rok Nai, are probably the most popular snorkeling destinations in the southern Andaman Sea. Numerous speed boat companies offer daily trips from Koh Lanta to the approximately 30 nautical miles distant Koh Rok Islands. Underwater, Koh Rok offers one-time impressive hard coral gardens of great proportions. Divers can dive in the channel between the two islands in depths between 12m and 20m steep wall and enjoy the wonderfully colored soft coral formations. Turtles are also regularly sighted around Koh Rok. In the flat water area, macro photographers have many interesting motifs of rare lower animals, such as shrimps, crabs and snails. A fresh water stream with some iron concentration makes some of the underwater rocks on Koh Rok appear almost orange in color.

Koh Rok Nai

Koh Rok Nai offers several dive sites around the island in depths between 8m and 20m. In the channel there are very beautiful hard and soft coral formations to admire, as well on the south and on the sea facing outside of Koh Rok Nai. Koh Rok is one of the popular anchorages for many sailors and is also the point of departure for numerous safari people from Phuket, who also prefer to do their night dives here.

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