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Ko Kut

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  • Beaches on Ko Kut
    4.5 stars

    Yai Ki Cliff beach Yai Ki Cliff beach sits to the south of the mouth of the same-named khlong and opposite Captain Hook Resort. It's a pleasant enough spot with what look to be the remnants of a bungalow operation, but this is not a beach worth traversing the island for. You can't reach it by ... read more

  • Khlong Chao Waterfall
    4 stars

    From the parking lot, it's a 10-minute walk along a jungle trail to the falls. There is a large swimming hole at the base (to your right when you exit the woods) but there are also some small pools downriver to the left. There is a second, rougher trail you can follow that will take you up to the ... read more

  • Khlong Yai Ki Waterfall
    3.5 stars

    You need to head north and follow the signs to Bann Makok (as the waterfall is only signposted here and there) and take a right turn to the parking lot. If you reach the dirt turnoff to the left that leads to Bann Makok you have gone too far. Once at the car park it's down a steep set of stairs ... read more

  • Huang Num Kaew Waterfall
    4 stars

    It's a bit of a scramble down from the parking lot, then you need to climb up over some boulders to reach the main pool. The levels were a little too low to warrant a swim, but the falls still generated plenty of water for an impromptu refreshing shower. You're also able to follow the river's ... read more

  • Snorkelling on Ko Kut
    2.5 stars

    Prices range from around 800 to 1,000 baht for a half-day trip, generally including pick-up and drop-off at your resort, snacks and drinks and a couple of snorkelling stops. We did a 1,000 baht trip with BB Divers and they took us to Ko Rad off the coast of Ko Kut (nearish to Sovena Kiri) and ... read more

  • Diving on Ko Kut
    2.5 stars

    However we spent a good deal of time chatting to Mike from Paradise Divers at Happy Days -- he has been on the island for ten years -- and he was more positive. Yes, by the end of the season (which is when we were visiting) the fish were mostly gone (fished out) but they repopulate through the wet ... read more

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