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Great island. You need to lay a park fee. We walked to the other side of the island (away from the food stand) and had calmer waters, less jelly fish and beautiful views. We went during high tide and it was great!
This island is pretty, but unfortunately seems to slowly gaining an issue with litter. There are many signs that say take your litter home with you, but while on the island for an hour we witnessed large groups of tourists just dumping bags of litter...More
If you're looking for a place with less tourists and the krabi experience, take a longtail boat from the beach and hear you koh poda. The same beauty of phi phi island but less people. We hired a boat for our family of six and...More
This is one of the gorgeous islands located close to Ao Nang beach and accessible by one of the boats in the local transport cartel. Unfortunately it's also very overcrowded and you may find yourself very disappointed that such a beautiful location can be so...More
Make sure you end up on the nice side of the island,we were dropped off on the worst side and a lot of people who did not no better stayed, but you can walk across to the other side in about 10 mins ,going around...More
Book by one of the stands on the long road, ask for 4 island tour with Nang An company and choose the boat you like.
The company has their own boats a d pier, so there is no crowded piers or waiting in the sun...More
We were there at Krabi last year on our Honeymoon. We book all our tour activities from viator. Poda Island was just too amazing. Poda Island trip was included in the 7-Island Sunset tour with BBQ Dinner and Night Snorkeling from Krabi. Our SpeedBoat was...More
We were there early in the morning, peace and quiet!
Best way to get there is by private long tail boat.
What I don’t like is that the “farangs” have to pay ten times more for the natural park fee than the Thais. It’s legal...More