Ferry & Speedboat Schedule To Koh Kradan
From Koh Lanta
From Koh Mook
From Koh Ngai
To Koh Lanta
To Koh Mook
To Koh Ngai
Koh Kradan Information
Kayaking around Kradan
Renting a kayak on the island is very easy as most of the resorts have this service and can rent you a kayak and you can pay either per hour or per day depending on how many hours you need. Kayaking is a very fun and useful activity, it can help strengthen your full body while enjoying an amazing view. Especially if you’re a professional paddler then you can reach Koh Mook which is 8 km away or discover the other surrounding islands.
Tham Morakot or The Emerald Cave is accessible only by sea through a long 80 meters tunnel that you can cross by kayaking or by swimming, most visitors choose to swim across the tunnel to the other side of the cave. This beautifully hidden cave is located on the west coast of Muk island and the cave’s name “The Emerald” came from the reflection the sun makes in the water which creates an amazing turquoise, green, and emerald spectrum on the entrance.
Jump Into a Hammock
The water activities on the island can be very tiring especially when there is a strong sun, your body will need to chill in order to continue your day with full power, and nothing can be relaxing or can give you the boost you need more than jumping in a hammock and taking a long nap on the sound of the sea waves. For book lovers, reading your favorite book while swinging in a hammock can definitely have a different feeling.
Koh Kradan is known for its crystal clear water and the marine life which is filled with so many colorful fish which allows you to snorkel directly from the beach as there are already so many beautiful things to see just close to the beach, no wonder if you can go deeper! You can try snorkeling either in the south or the north of the island as you’ll experience a different joy and different things to see in each spot.