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This place is beautiful but it’s definitely a hike from Chalok bay. You can walk the main road (harder and suggested by google) or walk the coast through 2 resorts (easier and more scenic but still a hike). You can also drive most of the...More
15 minutes in taxi boat from sairee & well worth a visit. We saw our first turtle here 2 years ago and the abundance of colourful fish always brings us back. There is a brilliant little restaurant too that is definitely worth a visit.
We walked from the ferry pier to Sai Nuan beach. It was a real adventure but lots of fun. The beach is relaxed and the snorkelling is quite good. You can also water taxi in and out. The beach is private so be prepared to...More
You can walk here from Sairee or Mae haat by following the coastal walking street south until you see signs for Sai Nuan. There are some food places nearby if you get hungry while there. You could also take a boat from Sairee but the...More
Jansom bay (south west), Sai Nuan (south west), Freedom beach (south), Haad Thien also called shark bay (south east), Ao Leuk (south east), Tanote (south east). All of these have beaches with shallow water up close to the... More
Jansom bay (south west), Sai Nuan (south west), Freedom beach (south), Haad Thien also called shark bay (south east), Ao Leuk (south east), Tanote (south east). All of these have beaches with shallow water up close to the beach and deeper water out farther where the snorkeling get's better. It partially depends on what week you are there according to the tide calendar. If the tide is really low then shark bay and freedom beach can be a bit of a pain to get out to deep enough water for snorkeling.