Today, more travelers are mostly experiencing Koh Phangan’s serenity on a hike, drifting alongside colorful fish at one of 20 dive sites or by riding leisurely along dirt paths in a lemongrass-scented spa. You don’t need to have experienced the downward dog to realize that the island has, in the Buddhist sense, balance. Koh Phangan welcome a steady flock of the wellness conscious and outdoor adventurous hippy travelers. This mysterious island does not have an airport and is only accessible by sea. Thanks to its strategic location, besides the traditional palm-fringed beach hunt as one would on every other island, discover more unique things to do such as kitesurfing, freediving, yoga retreats, and a myriad of organic health cafes to inspire you. Seek, and you will find.