Ko Haa is a group of 5 small limestone islands that lie to the west of Ko Lanta. They are best known for their amazing rock formations and crystal-clear blue water.
Map of Ko Haa Islands
The stunning limestone islands protrude dramatically from the crystal-clear water and provide homes to hundreds of swifts who build their nests in the craggy rocks.
A highlight of Ko Haa is The Lagoon, a shallow water area between 3 of the islands. With white sand bottom, great coral and many tropical fish it’s a beautiful swim up to a small beach.
A top diving and snorkelling destination, Ko Haa is home to a variety of hard and soft corals as well as very diverse marine life from tiny red-eyed shrimps to graceful Hawksbill turtles.
Take a look at our Day Trip Adventures or Overnight Camping Adventures for prices and suggested trips, or why not create your own Tailor-Made Adventure and combine several activities to create your very own private itinerary.
Please contact us for further information, help with planning your adventure or any other questions you may have – we are very happy to help!
Take a look at some of the other islands in our area:
- Ko Haa – a group of 5 islands with stunning visibility, pristine corals and varied marine life
- Ko Rok – sister-islands with facing beaches offering some of the best snorkelling in the area. Good overnight camping facilities
- Southern Islands – reputed to have some of the prettiest beaches in Thailand, spectacular limestone islands and hidden caves
- Ko Phi Phi – a group of 6 larger islands that includes the famous Maya Bay that appeared in the film ‘The Beach’