Seven Seas Resort, Trang, Thailand


Seven Seas Resort


Scuba Diving

With a house reef and crystal clear waters all around this is an ideal place for exploring under water. A nearby PADI certified dive centre offers various diving options in the region. 

Local Sightseeing

Around Koh Kradan
Koh Kradan is to the west of Koh Mook and Koh Libong. The most striking feature of Koh Kradan is its powdery, white beach and crystal clear waters that permits a great view of the coral reef underneath. The reef surrounds this pristine island with several beaches within easy reach from The Seven Seas Resort. Scuba divers and snorkelers travel long distances to this wonderful island to be able to sample one of nature’s amazing designs. The abundance of life on Koh Kradan is stunning, ranging from moray eels, sea turtles, barracuda, mullets and shoals of colourful fish species.

  • Sunset Beach at Koh Kradan - There are 3 private beaches on the west side of Koh Kradan. One in particular is easy to reach from The Seven Seas Resort. From a high vantage point on a cliff you will be able to sip a glass of wine while the sky turns from light blue to deep red. A perfect trip for those honeymooners or anyone who loves a beautiful sunset.

Koh Rok Islands
Koh Rok is the last island located within the boundary of Trang sea, the island is located in the middle Andaman sea and is famous for its under water beauty and lush forests above. Koh Rok comprises two islands namely Koh Rok Nok and Koh Rok Nai.

  • Koh Rok Nok - The long white and clean beach that lies in front of Koh Rok Nok stretches towards the island’s tip. The National Park Headquarters is located on this beautiful beach and is a great area to have a picnic under the large jungle canopy. The coral reef off this beach is unsurpassed in terms of the spectacle of color and the variety of fish species, ranging from parrot fish, moray eels, large groupers or shoals of jack fish. Therefore, snorkeling here is a must for all nature lovers.
  • Koh Rok Nai - The island is located at the east of Rok Nok Island. Along the deep water channel between the two islands are a couple of great dive sights where if divers are lucky large species of pelagics might be spotted. Southwest of the island is Koh Rok Nai waterfall. The so-called island’s landmark is simply stunning as the waterfall drops from high altitude straight in to the ocean. Tourists can bring the boat up close, nearly being able to touch it. A lovely place to take unique photos and experience one of mother nature’s finest creations.

Koh Ma, Koh Chueak and Koh Wean
These Small islands are located between Ko Mook and Ko Kradan. The islands are blessed with amazingly colorful shallow and deepwater corals that are inhabited by many types of fish. Crab-eating monkeys and monitor lizards come out of the mountains and can be seen in the plantations, while migrating birds are using the island’s uninhabited western and northern parts to rest from their journey. Snorkeling is easy along the western and southern coast, where some reefs can be reached from the beach, while Koh Waen and Chueak Islands offer superb snorkeling along its high rising cliff.

Koh Ngai
Koh Ngai is located south of Lanta Island and 12 kilometers off the coast of Trang. The mountains of the island are covered by moist evergreen forest, while the lowlands along the coast have been used to plant coconut palms for generations. Parts of the island’s coast are rocky headlands, while the eastern coast features some beautiful sandy beaches. The snorkeling is very good and there are ample reefs within easy distance. Definitely a perfect place for a one day excursion.

Koh Mook
Koh Mook is one of the biggest islands of Trang Province and inhabited by about 300 families, who earn their living from fishing. There are several beaches on Koh Mook, most notably Sabai beach, which is a spectacular sunset beach, making it popular for picnics and sunset lovers. Koh Mook has several amazing dive sights where an array of hard and soft coral can be seen, especially large sea fans. However, the highlight of Koh Mook has to be the emerald cave.

  • The Emerald Cave - The emerald Cave on the west coast of Koh Mook can be reached only by boat and with its cave entrance located on the bottom of high-rising cliffs. The cave entrance is narrow but wide enough for boats to pass through during low tide. However, most visitors prefer to swim into the darkness and through the winding cave, a distance of 80 meters. While the sun colors the water in an array of green, emerald and turquoise shades at the entrance, the exit leads to a shady valley located between steep cliffs and surrounded by a spectacular white beach. The cave is probably the most famous of all the attractions in Trang, which makes it a must for all visitors. You will not be disappointed. 
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