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Welcome to Island Hopping in the Andaman Sea of Thailand
Resorts on Koh Libong Islands:
Le Dugong Resort and Diving Center nestles in a wonderful location on Koh Libong Island. With its tranquil atmosphere, clear waters and clean beach, Le Dugong Libong is the ideal place to chill out after a long day exploring, diving or simply taking in the amazing views across the Andaman Sea.
Reaching Trang is easy by train or plane from Bangkok. There is a nightly train leaving from Hua Lumpong railway station, the express train number 83 at 17:05. It arrives after 14.5 hrs at Trang Railway station, then turn left and walk about 0.5 mile to the mini van depot for Haad Yao. The mini van to Hadd Yao takes 45 minutes. From Haad Yao take a longtail boat for the 25 minutes ride to Libong island. From Libong pier take a motorcycle 3 miles along the dusty road to our resort. Approximately, it will take you 18 hours and you might prefer to take the plane.
Built from coconut, bamboo and natural wood, all our bungalows boast private balconies and sexy open to sky bathrooms.
Activities available include diving and snorkelling, dugongs and birds watching, sun bathing on our quiet beach or reading a book You can also explore Libong National Park, climb up to the viewpoint for sightseeing or just go around to meet the local villagers.
There is a dive centre called 'Jolly Roger Dive Centre' located adjacent to our Resort. All of their instructors are PADI qualified and will do their best to help you get the most out of your time with us. They will provide you with information about dive sites, access and conditions and hazardous and unusual marine life. They will be more than happy to share their expertise and local knowledge with you. If you are looking for professional instruction for snorkeling, Open Water or Advanced, diving services and live-aboards, then Le Dugong is the ideal place to visit.
Le Dugong is close to Hin Muang (Purple Rock) and Hin Daeng (Red Rock). These two dive sites frequently make the list of the world's top ten dive sites. What is more, Libong island is surrounded by many attracting islands including Koh Rok Nok, and Koh Rok Nai at the western side; Koh Kradan, Koh Muk, the owner of the famous Emerald Cave, Koh Waen, Koh Ngai, Koh Ha Yai and Koh Ha Nua at the northern side; and Koh Lao Liang, Koh Ta Kiang, Koh Sukorn, and Koh Petra at southern side.
Given its privileged location, it is a small wonder that Le Dugong is a new hub of diving and snorkeling in the region.