Destination: Koh Rok Nok

07.25 N 99.05 E

National Park. Exceptionally pretty with long deserted pearly white beaches, gin-clear water, abundant coral. Both islands are covered in dense tropical forest. There are walking trails leading to the top of the hills, from where you have a splendid view. On the S island a fresh water stream flows in the sea. Placed on the rocks there is an interesting, rather peculiar, fishermen shrine with wooden figures.

The twin islands (Rok Nok and Rok Nai) are separated by a narrow channel, which is where you moor. Beaching is very good too.

The park rangers of the national park run a small restaurant on the main island. Yachts which can be beached can also take fresh water from the park office.