THB

Loh Lana

Phi Phi Island Beaches

Loh Lana (Lana Bay, also spelled Loh Lannah or Loh Lanna) is a splendid cove located on the the northwest coast of Koh Phi Phi Don, the main island of the Phi Phi group. Featuring a 500-metre long beach, it is totally undeveloped apart from a hotel under construction which seems to have been abandoned since 2014. The shallow waters of this square-shaped bay offer great snorkelling opportunities at both ends of the strand.

You can easily reach the more well-known beach of Loh Bagao on foot from Loh Lana. A cement path links the two beaches, literally crossing the island at this point is only 900-metres in length. The lack of infrastructure such as bars and restaurants in Loh Lana is therefore not a problem as Loh Bagao Village hosts a good choice of lunching options. The area between Lana and Bagao hosts a great field for exploration: just south of Lana Bay, you can get to Nui Beach, a secret cove offering outstanding snorkelling, which faces one of Phi Phi’s natural landmarks: Camel Rock. A viewpoint is also easily accessible a few hundred metres northeast of Lana Bay. This area also features a pristine mangrove forest.

Read More

Different options are available to get to Loh Lana. From Loh Dalum (the north side of Tonsai Village) you can hire a long-tail boat (the round-trip will cost you about 1,500 baht for the whole boat) and reach Lana Bay in about 20 minutes or, if you are not afraid by a physical challenge, you can get there on foot through a trail that starts at Phi Phi Viewpoint. This second option will take you about two hours yet, be careful to not get lost in the jungle (hiring a guide is certainly less risky). Do not forget to bring along water and snacks for this soft-adventurous hiking journey. You could find a long-tail boat to get back to Tonsai Village on Loh Bagao Beach as it certainly is not a good idea to wander in the jungle after dark…

Loh Lana

Hide Map Show Map
Rate This Place: ( votes)

Tours You May Like

Related Pages

Top 10 Hotels

Top 10 Beach Resort

Phi Phi has often been described as one of the world's most beautiful islands and the initial views of Tonsai Bay fron Read More...

Loh Bagao

Loh Bagao (pronounced and often spelled Loh Bakao) is a 800-metre wide bay located on the northeastern coast of Phi Phi Read More...

Aroy Kaffeine

Aroy Kaffeine Café & Guesthouse is a hidden gem which should be on the bucket-list of every curious gastronome Read More...

What to Eat in Phi Phi Island

What to Eat in Phi Phi Island

The variety of dishes – from lunchtime noodles to spicy salads, soups and curries – combined with ingredients like Read More...

Viking Cave

Viking Cave is one of the most notable sites on Koh Phi Phi Leh. Located at the bottom of a tall limestone cliff to the Read More...

5 Best Family Resorts in Phi Phi

Phi Phi Islands have all the assets for families to spend an unforgettable holiday in southern Thailand: superb beaches, Read More...

Hotels.com

Talk to us!

Help us keep this site up-to-date by sending us your comments:


Loading...