The Koh Rok islands lie in the southern part of the Mu Koh Lanta Marine National Park. The two islands of Koh Rok Nok and Koh Rok Nai are located about 45 - 60 minutes south of Long Beach by speed boat and boast some of the finest beaches in the Mu Koh Lanta Marine National Park.
Popular with snorkelers, these islands are not often dived and present a great opportunity for those looking for something a little different.
The two islands of Koh Rok lie very close to each other, separated by a narrow channel, and are fringed with substantial coral reef, gently sloping from the shallows down to around 20 - 25m.
Suitable for all levels of diver, the gently sloping reefs and coral gardens around these islands are home to angelfish, fusiliers, clownfish, giant morey eels, parrotfish, hawksbill turtles, batfish, pufferfish, damselfish, pipefish, butterflyfish, rays, coral breems, surgeonfish, large brownmarbled grouper, shrimpgobies, moorish idol and many more...
Between dives, you can enjoy lunch on the beach at Koh Rok and snorkel directly from the beach.
See our High Season Trip Schedule
High Season trip schedule normally operates between October 15 and May 14.
We love to dive as much as possible, however all our trips depend on the weather, sea conditions, currents and minimum numbers and may be subject to change at short notice.
We may schedule a Shark Point & Anemone Reef trip or a KledKaeo Wreck trip on Saturdays, upon request, minimum 4 divers required - please let us know if you are interested.