If you want to visit a real paradise on earth, this is the tour we recommend. The twin islands of Ko Rok Nok and Ko Rok Nai have remained almost completely undisturbed by the outside world, and a snorkeling trip to visit them can feel quite dream-like. With more than 30 metres underwater visibility and incomparable beaches, it's easy to spend the whole day snorkeling among the square kilometres of abundant coral and colorful underwater sea life.
The islands also boast a waterfall that drops 200 metres off of the edge of a cliff into the sea, and a forest of banyan trees, some a thousand years old. A quiet walk reveals glimpses of the fabulous nature - large monitor lizards walking past, troops of a million shell crabs crawling on the sands.