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Koh Tao island
Island tours from Hua Hin
Sometimes it can be nice just to get a little break on the holiday in Hua Hin, so how about taking a few days trip to one or more of the amazing islands that are within reasonable driving distance of Hua Hin ?

There are several local owned
tour operators in Hua Hin which will be more than happy to help out out and make sure that you will have an enjoyable trip, where ever you choose to go.

Here are the top 5 islands to visit from Hua Hin and how to get there.
Koh Tao viewpoint
Photo: Beautifull viewpoint at Koh Tao.
Three islands located just next to each other and approximately 9 hours trip from Hua Hin..

Koh Tao
Koh Tao is a small island off the coast of Thailand known for its beautiful coral reefs and underwater scenery. The island is a popular destination for scuba divers and snorkelers. To get to Koh Tao from Hua Hin, travelers can take a bus or train to Chumphon and then take a ferry to the island. The island offers a variety of water activities, including snorkeling, diving, and kayaking.

Koh Samui
Koh Samui, located off the east coast of Thailand, is one of the most popular islands in the country. The island boasts beautiful beaches, lush jungles, and clear blue waters. Travelers can take a direct flight from Hua Hin to Koh Samui, or they can opt for a combination of bus and ferry. The island offers a wide range of activities, including snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking, and island hopping.

Koh Phangan
Koh Phangan is a beautiful island known for its full moon parties and beautiful beaches. The island is located off the east coast of Thailand and is easily accessible by ferry from Hua Hin. The island offers a wide range of activities, including snorkeling, diving, and exploring the island's many waterfalls and temples.
Koh Chang (8,5 hours trip)
Koh Chang is a beautiful island located near the border of Thailand and Cambodia. The island is known for its pristine beaches, lush jungles, and stunning waterfalls. Travelers can take a bus or taxi from Hua Hin to Trat and then take a ferry to Koh Chang. The island offers a wide range of activities, including hiking, snorkeling, diving, and island hopping.
koh chang
Photo: White sandy beach at Koh Chang.
Koh Lipe 14 hours trip
Koh Lipe is a small island located near the Malaysia border. The island is known for its crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, and amazing sunsets. Travelers can take a bus or taxi from Hua Hin to Pak Bara and then take a ferry to Koh Lipe. The island offers a variety of activities, including snorkeling, diving, and island hopping.
koh lipe
Photo: Koh Lipe offers crystal clear waters.
Koh Talu (2,5 hours trip)
This small island is a Hidden Gem in Southern Thailand. If you're looking for a serene and peaceful retreat away from the bustling city life, then Koh Talu is a hidden gem you don't want to miss.
Located approximately 20 kilometers south of Hua Hin, Koh Talu is a small island that boasts of crystal-clear waters, lush greenery, and abundant marine life.
Koh Talu
Photo: The bounty island Koh Talu is located close to Hua Hin.
Koh Talu can be reached by taking a 20-minute boat ride from the Ban Phe Pier in Rayong. Alternatively, visitors can also take a ferry from Koh Samet, which takes about 45 minutes to an hour. The island is not as popular as other tourist destinations in Thailand, so you can expect a peaceful and quiet journey.

One of the main draws of Koh Talu is its pristine beaches and stunning coral reefs. Visitors can go swimming, snorkeling, and diving in the crystal-clear waters to witness the vibrant marine life that the island has to offer. You can rent snorkeling gear or hire a guide to take you to the best spots for snorkeling.
The island also has a turtle conservation center, where visitors can learn about the endangered sea turtles that inhabit the island. Visitors can also participate in the release of the hatchlings into the ocean, which is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

For those who prefer a more relaxed vacation, Koh Talu also offers activities such as kayaking, fishing, and cycling. Visitors can rent kayaks to explore the coastline and enjoy the stunning views of the island. You can also go on a fishing trip with the locals and learn about their traditional fishing techniques.

There are a few resorts on Koh Talu that offer comfortable accommodations and breathtaking views of the ocean. The island has a limited number of rooms, which ensures that visitors can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the island without being disturbed by crowds of tourists.

The Talu Island Resort is one of the most popular accommodations on the island, offering cozy bungalows that blend seamlessly with the natural surroundings. The resort also has a restaurant that serves delicious Thai and international cuisine.

Another popular option is the Koh Talu Beach Resort, which offers spacious rooms and villas that overlook the ocean. The resort has a swimming pool and a beachfront restaurant that serves fresh seafood and local delicacies.

Koh Talu may not be as well-known as other tourist destinations in Thailand, but it offers a unique and unforgettable experience for those who visit. With its breathtaking natural beauty, diverse marine life, and serene surroundings, Koh Talu is the perfect getaway for those seeking a peaceful and rejuvenating vacation.
In conclusion, Hua Hin is a great starting point for exploring the beautiful islands of Thailand. Whether you're looking for a party scene, a quiet retreat, or a place to explore the underwater world, there's an island for you. With easy access to ferries and flights, it's easy to plan a trip to any of these top 5 islands from Hua Hin.

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