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6 miles from Lampi Anchorage ‘A’

KO PHAWT. 10° 49.040N, 98°12.266E

This is a highly unusual area of mangroves and shallow waterways which is ideal for exploring by kayak and dinghy. There are around 30 small beaches on these islands and probably as many anchorages.

The islands support a thriving bird and wildlife population. It is common to see flocks of over 100 wreathed hornbills competing for a particularly desirable perch on the highest trees.

There are also Asian wild cats, fruit bats and macaque monkeys that make this home.

One of 30 beaches at Anchorage ‘D’, Ko Phawt – Photo by Paul Johnson
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