All accommodation is offered by the national park and located just off the main southern beach at park headquarters. Arrangements can be made online, at the visitor centre in Pakbara, or upon arrival on Adang.
A handful of inviting cottages and simple tents are available on Ko Adang, courtesy of the national park. Camping is the cheapest option, with decent two-person tents set up under some trees just back from the beach -- an idyllic setting for getting back to nature. Travellers with their own tents are welcome to set them up for a measly 30 baht. A huge block of newish shared bathrooms has cold... Read our full review of National Park Accommodation.
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