Racha Noi Island - the main beach, on the island's northwest coast, is Ao Tawan Tok (also known as Ao Bungalow).
Most arrivals land onto a strip of fine white sand tucked deep into the long, U-shaped main bay. There are a few bungalows and restaurants located here, although the area is pretty undeveloped.
The sand here is snow white and has the consistency of talcum powder and the water here is clear and perfect for snorkeling with large sandy areas, reefs covered in soft and hard colorful corals, plenty of marine life and sometimes a visiting turtle. The other large bay, Ao Siam, is a pretty place where lone strolls in solitude are possible.
With numerous bays surrounding the island, Racha Yai is perfect for a days sightseeing and snorkeling with small secluded bays and beautiful white sandy beaches, large bays enclosed by limestone boulders and lush green vegetation, all of which are easily accessed by boat and offer seclusion and privacy for snorkeling and relaxation. The lack of bright lights means that the night sky is lit up with stars, great for stargazing on the beach.
Racha Noi Island
Uninhabited and with more rocks than beaches, the island still provides an amazing opportunity for perfect natural habitats for the local marine life, giving ample opportunity for snorkeling. There is a small bay on its west coast that is a favorite spot for fishing and swimming, while getting away from it all. If you want to carry on Game Fishing we can continue this on the trip back to Chalong Bay