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Kon-Tiki Lanta Co., Ltd

124/1 Moo 1 , Koh Lanta, Krabi, 81150, Krabi, Thailand
Koh Lanta is a large size island with 6 km wide and over 30 kms long, 9 beaches lie from north to south along the sunset coast. The island boasts stunning scenery, fantastic white sandy beaches, coastlines dotted with more than 70 small islands and plenty of forest, coral reefs and under water life. The geography of the island is typically mangroves; coral rimmed beaches; and rugged tree covered hills. Koh Lanta is a little less well-known than Ko Phi Phi, which has become more commercialised and corporate, but it is hardly undiscovered: the several beaches on the west coast of Ko Lanta Yai are each strung with a line of resorts and bungalows, although the farther down the island you venture, the less this is true. And even when the island is at it fullest, there will be a quiet place for you to relax - the beaches are never full. Diving from Koh Lanta gives you a great variety of sites. Altough the sites are further out than some of our other destinations, the areas for diving is world class.equipped 5 star PADI dive center. With top of the line facilities and a friendly atmosphere Kon-Tiki Lanta will show you, your family and friends a good time at Thailand’s most sought after destinations.
+66 (0)75 668 394
+66 (0)75 668 327



    • Camera Hire
    • Diving seven days
    • Equipment Servicing
    • Nitrox fills
    • Own accommodation
    • Own Boat(s)
    • Own Liveaboard(s)
    • Own pool
    • Rebreather hire/training
    • Resort/Intro Dives
    • Scuba hire
    • Showers
    • Trimix fills

    Dive Site:

    Koh Haa
    Koh Haa means “five islands� and forms a small archipelago with a coral garden sheltered by four of the five islands. Here we can observe some rare species like seahorses, the elusive ghost pipefish, lionfish, scorpionfish, barracudas, moray eels and much more. Visit the huge underwater caverns that open up towards the heart of the soft limestone island.
    Phi Phi and Koh Bida
    Impressive limestone cliffs tower 300 meters above the sea, into the blue sky. Below the surface these cliffs are covered by soft and hard corals, anemones and large schools of fish. This is a good place to see sharks. The black-tips are quite shy, but you might be able to watch a sleeping leopard shark.
    Hin Daeng and Hin Muang
    These are two pinnacles reaching for the surface from the depths of the Andaman sea. Because of their remote location anything can show up here. They boast some of the most beautiful corals and marine life seen anywhere, with regular visits by manta rays and whale sharks. They occupy the top position of many divers wishlists!