Koh Lipe island review
A picture of Koh Lipe will do an excellent job when describing a paradise. A tiny island in the middle of a grandiose national marine park, surrounded by vibrant coral reefs, untouched nature, and crystal clear waters as you would expect from one of the best diving destinations in Thailand. Koh Lipe is all about natural tropical beauty, beach life, and sea adventures. For some, it is a lovely honeymoon island. For us, Koh Lipe is a gateway to secret treasures.
Koh Lipe island belongs in Tarutao National Marine Park, one of the best-preserved and most splendid marine parks in Thailand. And our private boat tours from Koh Lipe will not disappoint. Tarutao National Park promises flourishing forests, wildlife sanctuaries, deserted beaches, and the best coral reefs in Thailand. Once you lay your feet on any of its picturesque locations, you are guaranteed the most authentic experience of a remote tropical island.
Initially, the only inhabitants were sea gypsies who were looking for shelter during the storms. Until today, Tarutao National Marine Park remained pristine, covering 1490 km² at southernmost Thailand in the Andaman Sea. The name Tarutao derives from Malay Pulau Tertua (means “the island of old”), which was the original name of the main Koh Tarutao island, the largest of the 51 islands here. The most popular islands apart from Koh Lipe include Koh Adang, Koh Rawi, Koh Tarutao, Koh Hin Ngam, and Koh Yang.
- AIRPORT Hat Yai & Langkawi
- BEST TIME TO VISIT Nov - May