Go Dive Lanta is situated in Ban Saladan.

 

Once you arrive on Koh Lanta, finding the dive shop is very easy. our diveshop located in the heart of Saladan Town (Ban Saladan),

When you arrive at the passenger pier (Saladan Pier) turn right and walk along the road maybe 300 meters. our shop on the right side.

 

If you come from the resort, their is only one main road into Saladan. When you arrive at the north end of the road, turn left, the shop of Go Dive Lanta is located on the right side of this road maybe 200 meters.

 

If you come with Private Van or Share Mini Van, Please let the driver to send you at Go Dive Lanta Shop in Saladan Town.Visit the Go Dive shop for more information. It would be great to see you! Please call if you need further directions - The number below.

 

Go Dive Lanta โกไดฟ์ เกาะลันตา

6 Moo. 1 Saladan, Koh Lanta, Krabi, 81150 THAILAND

Office hours : 8:00 AM. - 8:00 PM. (Oct - Apr)

Phone : +6675-668-321, Fax : +6675-668-320 
Mobile : +6681-892-8321
WhatsApp & Line : +6681-892-8321
Facebook Messenger : m.me/godivelanta.gdl
E-mail : info@godive-lanta.com

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Tourism Authority of Thailand Licence No. 34/00105

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Diving Trips & Snorkeling Trips on Koh Lanta Island with Go Dive Lanta, Krabi, TH

Diving & Snorkeling Trips - National Marine Park Fee

 

Most people visiting Ko Lanta doesn't know there is a national park in the island up until they arrive and ask around about activities and attractions in the island. They would normally be told that there is a national park at south end of the island, not more. Mu Ko Lanta National Park actually concists of several islands covering 134 km² and there is more to see on the some of other islands than on main island.

 

Mu Ko Lanta National Park

It was established in 1990 as a marine park, situated in southern part of Krabi Province. The biggest islands in the park are Ko Lanta Noi and Ko Lanta Yai. "Mu" in thai means a group/group of, "Mu Ko" means group of islands.
 

The national park consists mainly of rugged hills covered with 20 km² rain-forest and beach forest along the coast lines at Ko Lanta Yai, Koh Ha, Ko Ngai and Hin Deang - Hin Muang. Other islands like Mai Ngam, South Mai Ngam and Ngu islands are covered with mangrove forest.

The parks main attraction and activities are many white beaches, trails, viewpoints and some very impressive caves. The smaller islands are popular diving sites for both snorkelers and scuba divers with possibility to see some of exciting tropical marine life found in the Andaman Sea.


HQ Area and Ta Nod Beach

The park headquarters is located on Laem Ta Nod at the southernmost end of Ko Lanta Yai Island, easily accessible from the paved road along the west coast. HQ area has few bungalows, a campsite and a restaurant with very few choice of meal. Entrance fee must be paid to enter this area. The only activity apart from swimming at the beautiful white beach is a nearly 2 km long trail circular trail. The trail is moderate to difficult for hiking.
 

For visitor safety and marine life recovery, most of smaller islands are closed for visitors in rainy season from 16th May until 31st October every year.

For all day trips within the Mu Koh Lanta National Marine Park, applies to the island of Koh Ha, Hin Daeng & Hin Muang, Ko Ngai and Koh Rok.

 

  • National Marine Park Entry Fee for Adult 400 THB/day

  • National Marine Parek Entry Fee for Child 200 THB/day

  • Diving in National Marine Park Fee 200 THB/day

 


Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park
Regarded by travelers from all walks of life as being among the most beautiful tropical islands of the world, Phi Phi Islands have become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand.

In addition, the islands are famous as the location where the movie "The Beach" featuring Leonardo Di Caprio was shot. The islands, together with the nearby Noppharat
Thara Beach, a total area of 390 square kilometers, were recently established as a national park.
 

Phi Phi Islands are located just 40 kilometers away from both Krabi and Phuket. Thus, despite the fact that both Noppharat Thara Beach and Phi Phi administratively are a part of Krabi Province, most tourists think that Koh Phi Phi is part of Phuket Province.
 

The islands and the coastal hills are composed mainly of limestone and are an extension of the limestone mountain range in Phang-Nga Province. The main characteristics of these mountains and islands are their steep cliffs, large caves and dwarf trees growing out of the rock crevices, like those in Phang-Nga Bay.

For all day trips within the Mu Ko Phi Phi National Marine Park, applies to the island of Koh Phi Phi, Koh Yung, Ko Mai Phai and Koh Bida.

 

  • National Marine Park Entry Fee for Adult 400 THB/day

  • National Marine Parek Entry Fee for Child 200 THB/day

  • Diving in National Marine Park Fee 200 THB/day