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Banana Beach, Ko He

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#6 of 27 in Beaches in Phuket
Must see · Beach · Nature / Park
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  • Went there on a yacht. The beach has multiple corals n is a hit bed for sea urchins- better be careful. Neat n tidy. Has a great beach side restaurant too. 
    Went there on a yacht. The beach has multiple corals n is a hit bed for sea urchins- better be careful. Neat n tidy. Has a great beach side restaurant too.  more »
  • Welcoming, friendly, professional staff ensure your day off swimming, snorkeling, kayaking and paragliding is fun and safe. From the van ride and check-in at the pier# you'll feel appreciated... 
    Welcoming, friendly, professional staff ensure your day off swimming, snorkeling, kayaking and paragliding is fun and safe. From the van ride and check-in at the pier# you'll feel appreciated...  more »
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  • Lovely beach. Tourist “trap” but worth the visit. Entrance fee is 100 baht for just beach chair and bathroom access, if you pay 300 baht you get same amount back in coupons to purchase food and drinks
  • This is a very nice beach with amazing soft sand and beautiful teal blue water just 30 minutes from Rawai beach by booking a private boat from 1200-1500 Baht. There is a fee of 100 Baht per person when you arrive on the island (not included in the boat fee), or for 300 Baht per person the staff will give you a voucher for the full amount to use for food, drink, water toys, beach chairs, massage etc. But please note the following: About 2/3 of the beach is covered with rocks in the shallows. Meaning as you are facing the sea, only the 1/3 left hand side of the beach is useable for swimming or lounging. Another 1/3 is for the boats to dock and the other 1/3 is best suited for snorkeling. I highly highly recommend wearing water shoes (purchase beforehand). Also at low tide there are many sea urchins in the shallows. The day I was there I stepped on two of them simultaneously and ended up with 10-14 sea urchin spines or thorns (needles) in one foot and 6-8 in another. Please be very careful as there are no warning signs posted about this or the rocks, and watch your children too. And wear the above-mentioned water shoes to protect your feet. Also, returning to Rawai beach at low tide means the boat will dock far out in the after and you will easily have a 1/2 kilometer walk back to the beach in knee-deep water. Plan ahead.

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