Via Bus/Train:
Whether you were dropped off in Krabi or Trang, there are minibuses that come to Koh Lanta usually until about 4-5pm. They cost around 200-300baht and take 2-3 hours. Depending on your arrangements, the driver may drop you in town (Saladan), or directly here. From town, you can take a tuk-tuk the 5k down the road for around 50baht. If your driver doesn’t already know us, then you can tell him it’s on Long Beach next to Funky Fish and O-Zone (2 well known landmarks). After the dirt road turn off, you’ll see us about 100meters down on the right.

Via Boat:
During the high season, there are many boats that come to Koh Lanta everyday from Phuket, Phi Phi, and Krabi- check with a local travel agent to get prices and times. The boat will drop you off at the pier in town (Saladan) and from there, you can catch a tuk tuk the 5k down the road for around 50baht. If your driver doesn’t already know us, then you can tell him it’s on Long Beach next to Funky Fish and O-Zone (2 well known landmarks). After the dirt road turn off, you’ll see us about 100meters down on the right.

For more information on how to get to Koh Lanta from various destinations, check out http://lantapocketguide.com/how-to-get-to-koh-lanta/

 

LOW SEASON: Please note that in low season (May-Sept) there is just 1 boat coming from Phuket and Phi Phi per day- 8:30am from Phuket, 11:30am from Phi Phi. If traveling close to low season, it’s worth verifying with a travel agent before assuming all boats will be running again.

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