The Beach Natural Resort is located in the middle of the crescent shaped half moon Bang Bao Bay. The ocean shimmering a perfect blue-green, and snow-white sand glittering in the sun. With its relatively shallow waters, widely accepted as the most beautiful and safest bay on the island.
Here you and your family can enjoy water activities such as kayaking and snorkeling. At high tide, even partly sandy and rocky but children can enjoy snorkeling to see fishes and small craps play hide and seek. You can also choose to relax with an authentic Thai aroma massage or watch as the sun quietly sets into the sea from the view of our very own pier. Motorcycles are available for rent to go sightseeing further your adventures of Koh Kood. We also have free wifi available for guests that would like to explore and connect with the world outside of our quaint island.
Wooden walkway and winding path lead to the restaurant, villas and bungalows. The singing of birds provide the background music for the 9 guest villas and 19 guests bungalows.
At The Beach Natural Resort you will fall in love with the touchable and truly beautiful nature surrounding you. Trees for shade, lush gardens, bright and vibrant flowers, orchids blend perfectly with Bali style bungalows. Private terraces on each villa and bungalow allow our guests to enjoy not only the beauty and peacefulness of the resort but also everything else the island has to offer.
Green season @ The Beach Natural Resort
During green season we have special Walk-In Promotions, please visit the The Beach Natural Resort keeps its door open for business all year round. The ferry company carries people to Koh Kood on a daily basis during the green season.
After you confirm your reservation, we will email you a reservation form. When arriving on Koh Kood the ferry will not be able to dock on our own pier, so we’ll send a resort pickup to pick you up from Ao Salad port on the north west of Koh Kood island (100 baht / person).
The snorkling trip or waterfall trip is avaliable during this time (depending on the weather conditions). The layout of Bang Bao Bay protects swimmers and kayakers from possibly dangerous sea conditions as well.