A couple of times a day the bus departs from Suratthani and makes it's way to the Don Sak pier. This bus journey is quite doable, being only four hours long, and it's surprisingly comfortable. There's ample leg room for everybody. The cabin is well air conditioned, and while there's a bathroom on board this bus does end up making rest stops.
Private minivans are a great alternative for those that are traveling with a big group and don't want the hassle of trying to fit in everybody into a shared vehicle. These vehicles are also super flexible with itineraries as they can pick you up from anywhere, at anytime, in Surat Thani.
Travel of any kind can be stressful, but such stresses can be reduced if you book a private car. This way you and your squad can travel in complete peace and quiet, being driven around by an experienced driver. This journey may seem pricey but the cost includes three people, as does the cabin. The journey is also really short.
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Approximately, there are 4 departures each day. You can also book a private ride and leave whenever you want.