Koh Chang itself is a green, beautiful and mountainous island located in the Trat province near Cambodian border in eastern Thailand.
It is the second-largest island in Thailand with about 70 % intact rain forest and lies in a group of 47 islands that have been awarded National Park status due to pristine rain forest and marine life.
Several other nearby islands including Koh Maak, Koh Wai and Koh Kood offer a choice of great beaches with resturants that ranges from basic to real luxury, with delicious Thai cusine. At the coast line you will find small villages, the inhabitats are living from fishing and cultivation of coconut and rubber trees.
With our dinghy we make trips into a river trough mangrove swamp and visit small fishing villages for shopping and sight-seeing. On Koh Kood there is an exotic waterfall to explore which can be reached by a walk through the rain forest.
The sailing season starts from November to mid of April with the beginning of the north-east monsoon. In general north-east winds are strongest from December to mid Januar ranging from 15 to 25 Knots. From mid Januar onwards the temperature rises and wind becomes less predictable ranging from 10 to 15 knots. Throughout the season conditions remains good.
Ko Samui /Ko Chang /Pattaya
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