The Butang Islands
The Butang Islands, protected by the Tarutao National Marine Park, comprise over 50 individual isles. Each provides unique diving spots, pristine beaches, and quiet coves. Accessible primarily by yacht, these islands promise both exclusivity and raw natural beauty. Divers will appreciate the islands' underwater biodiversity. Here, a quarter of the world's tropical fish species thrive, making it a vibrant mosaic of marine life. Dive deep and you'll likely spot angelfish, trumpetfish, and, if you're lucky, playful dolphins curiously circling. After an invigorating dive, consider a brief visit to the 'sea gypsy' villages of Ko Lipe. Immerse in local culture, maybe even pick up a culinary trick or two. Back on your yacht, as the chef grills a fresh catch of red snapper or kingfish, reflect on the day’s adventure.