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Can you really say you’ve experienced Thailand if you never island hopped? Probably not. Thai islands are so iconic and mesmerizing that you’ll want to spend a lot of time exploring them.
After enjoying amazing sunrises and sunsets on Koh Lipe, it’s time to move on to the next island. The next one on your list is a real treat. If you like long empty beaches, a laid back atmosphere, and lush green mountains, you’ll love it in Koh Lanta!
When traveling the 131 kilometer (82 mile) distance between Koh Lipe and Koh Lanta, you’ll be a stone’s throw away from world-class diving spots, and amazing beach vibes! When it comes to traveling from one island to another, there’s only one way to make the journey – hopping on a speedboat ferry!
This boat will take you on a memorable 3-hour ride from Koh Lipe to Koh Lanta. One thing you should keep in mind is that the boats on this route are small, and the ride can be a bit bumpy.
Compared to other larger ferries, there’s not much space to move around. If you tend to get seasick, make sure you plan ahead and bring something that will keep your mind away from the ride.
As you already know from your previous ride to Koh Lipe, there’s no real pier on the island. Because of that, you’ll need to be transferred on a smaller boat to your ferry. The price of this short ride isn’t covered with your ticket, and it costs 50 Thai Baht ($1.25).
Once you board your ferry, it’s time for the ride that you’ll want to remember for a long time – that is, if you don’t get seasick.
Prepare your camera, and be ready to take some photos and videos of countless beautiful views you’ll be able to enjoy on your ride from Koh Lipe to Koh Lanta. Don’t forget to enjoy them a bit, too!
Having in mind that island hopping is a very popular thing to do among travelers, you’ll probably have a chance to meet one or two or ten on your ferry ride. If you’re looking to chat with some of them, there’s no better place than a ferry to do that.
Now, for those who tend to get seasick – you should know that this is a smaller boat, and the ride can get a bit bumpy because of that. Plan ahead and bring something that calms you down – a book, a magazine, headphones, or anxiety medicine if that helps.
At the end of your ride, you’ll be dropped off at Saladan Pier in Koh Lanta. You should know that Koh Lanta is quite large, and depending on where you booked your accommodation, you might need some additional transportation to get there. Make sure to check if that’s the case before you board the ferry to avoid unpleasant situations.
During your stay, you’ll have many things to do. One of the must-do activities is sea kayaking and exploring the caves from the water. If you like caves, you can also explore them on the ground. Koh Lanta has many of them, and one of the most popular ones is Khao Mai Kaew Cave.
If caves aren’t your cup of tea, you can lounge on one of the island’s paradise beaches. Koh Lanta has many of those, too. The best thing about them? They’re usually almost empty, and you’ll have your own piece of paradise.
While you’re here, don’t forget to check out the Koh Lanta Old Town, Saladan Market, Sunshine Hill Viewpoint, and the Koh Lanta National Park!
Taking a ferry
The only way to get from Koh Lipe to Koh Lanta is to take a speedboat ferry. The journey between these two islands takes around three hours.
During your trip, the ferry will make several stops before it arrives in Koh Lanta, and you’ll be able to get a sneak peek of some other paradise islands, such as Koh Ngai, Koh Mook, Koh Kradan, and Koh Bulon.
There are several departures during the day, and you’ll be able to choose the time that fits your needs the best.
As you already know, Koh Lipe doesn’t have a real ferry, and you’ll need to be transferred to the ferry from the floating pier by a smaller boat. The fee for this transfer isn’t covered by your ferry ticket, and it costs 50 Thai Baht (around $1.25).
The ferries have toilets on board, but there’s no A/C, nor a place to purchase snacks. The ferries that operate on this route are a bit smaller, and you won’t be able to transfer pets, bikes, kayaks, or scooters with you.
When you board the ferry, you’ll have to show your passport or ID card.
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