A true undeveloped natural beauty, Koh Kood offers a private and unforgettable island stay.
Thailand’s fourth largest island is incredibly untouched by tourism and is the ideal spot to visit for a real Robinson Crusoe feel. Plus the island has only 2000 inhabitants predominately made up of fishermen from the tiny villages.
Koh Kood consists of unspoiled jungle and ancient rainforest, coconut trees and rubber plantations, waterfalls, beaches and fishing villages. Exploring the island by foot or by car is a delight with coastal paths offering walkers spectacular views and access into fishing villages that can access only by boat. Roads through the island run through the ancient forest and the Ao Yai viewpoint across the island is highly recommended.
What to do
- Koh Kood is still home to a number of picturesque fishing villages to explore, virgin rainforests and pristine beaches.