Puede encontrar Mae Haad Beach, en el noroeste de la isla. Nos quedamos en el sur de la isla, por lo que el viaje era absolutamente precioso. Como he mencionado antes nos encanta explorar, así que alquilamos bicicletas y decidimos tomar todo un viaje alrededor de la isla un día. Comenzamos en Ban Tai, se dirigió a la doble árbol de coco. Luego fuimos montar en elefante en Baan Thapong, y terminó en el norte de la isla donde encontramos Mae Haad Beach.
Twin Coconut Tree
Elephant Trekking (click here for more information on bookings)
You can park your bike on the side of the beach, then walk down this walk way which leads you to the sand bar that connects to Koh Ma which is pretty much a little island that has amazing snorkeling. You can also venture off the beaten path and go rock climbing on the side of the rocks which is exactly what we did. I wouldn’t suggest climbing through the rocks if you don’t have appropriate shoes, like sandals, as the rocks were really slippery. But as always I was wearing my water shoe natives that I absolutely love. Apparently this is the best part of the island to go snorkeling. You can find snorkeling gear right on the beach for super cheap.
Koh Ma should definitely be on your list when visiting Koh Phangan. It’s not crowded with tourist, and it’s the perfect place to lounge and tan while you are burning that hangover away. It’s perfect for families as well because the water is super shallow. The ride to Koh Ma is worth it too! If you need to find exact directions it’s best to use google maps, or just ask around. It would be most helpful to ask the front desk person to wherever you’re staying. Also, they may give you a small Koh Phangan map that points out where this beach is at. We got around everywhere through google maps, it was our best friend so I highly recommend it.