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KHAO LAK BEACH

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KHAO LAK BEACH

45 miles from Patong Bay

KHAO LAK BEACH. 8° 39.041N, 98° 14.375E

Approach from the west taking care to avoid the rocks around the headland and the isolated rock outcrops just to the north of the anchorage.

Anchor in 3-6 metres on a sand/mud bottom. Well protected in the north east monsoon. A short dinghy ride ashore gives access to bungalow resorts and hotels.

The main road leads to Khao Lak National Park headquarters, a spectacular waterfall and the route south to Phuket.

Koh Bon, where mantas are almost guaranteed here in the high season - Photo by Bill OLeary
Koh Bon, where mantas are almost guaranteed here in the high season – Photo by Bill OLeary
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