Koh Lanta Holidays
Consisting of several islands – namely Koh Lanta Noi (Small Lanta Island) and Koh Lanta Yai (Big Lanta Island) – a holiday in Koh Lanta will provide you with a sense of tranquillity away from the wilder partying islands of Thailand. Located off the south coast of the country, the two main islands feature west-facing beaches, ideal for those in search of the perfect sunset setting.
Luxury Holidays in Koh Lanta
Let Koh Lanta holidays enable you to discover the most refined parts and resorts on these islands. With 40 years of experience, Kenwood Travel knows the islands, the province and the country!
Discover the Culture
What you’ll find when you visit this part of the world is a multicultural mix of small Buddhist, sea gypsy, Thai Chinese, and Muslim centred communities. They mix and reflect the friendliness that will be encountered when discovering the several islands that make up Koh Lanta and its rich sense of island identity.
10 Great Reasons to Holiday in Koh Lanta
- Great diving locations and dive shops
- The Khao Mai Kaew Caves
- Want to lie in the sun? Check out the popular Klong Dao beach
- Friendly locals
- Luxurious resort locations and facilities
- Great restaurants to dine out
- Perfectly positioned beaches
- Sea kayaking activities
- Wonderful snorkelling locations
- Great spaces to trek
Things to Do in Koh Lanta
This part of Thailand exudes calm and comfort as it's known for being the most laid-back grouping of islands in the country. For things to do, why not make your day trip an embodiment of the areas’ quiet nature? Explore Lanta Old Town, and discover the diverse identity of the region. Visit the Orchid Nursery Farm and be amazed by the complexity of these world-renowned flowers. Why not enjoy the spectacle engineered by ancient minds and see an elegant shadow play (of Indian origins) to glimpse the rich and diverse influences upon the island.
Interesting Facts About Koh Lanta
- Area – 339.8 sq. kilometres
- Province – Krabi
- Population – 27,700
- Currency – Baht
The climate in this region is tropical so be fully prepared for the differing seasons. The hot season is from January to April, while from May to December you’ll be in the midst of the rainy season. If you want your visit to be at the pinnacle of the locations' climate, then the months between November and April are your best bet. During this time the island benefits from dry winds and clear skies to make lounging on the beach, gazing at the night stars, and hiking the island a more beautiful experience.
Koh Lanta Holidays 2022 / 2023
Avoid disappointment and book early to secure a holiday for 2022 / 2023. Kenwood Travel can offer you a bespoke package with cruises and multi-centre trips to boot! We also cater for people looking at luxury all inclusive holidays, weddings and honeymoons. Clear your schedule and begin a journey to remember!