Several islands in the area of Mu-Ko Lanta National Park are to be closed for tourism temporarily for varied periods of time to allow the environment to recover.
The Mu Ko Lanta National Park has announced the closure in a legal notice below. They state the annual closure is to allow effective tourism management following the climate in this season as well as it is time for nature and the environment to restore by themselves.
Islands in the area of the Mo-Ko Lanta National Park that will be closed for tourism are Rok Nai Island, Rok Nok Island, Hngai Island, Hah (Five) Island, Hin Daeng Hin Muang, and Khao Mai Kaew Cave. These places will be closed from May 16th to October 14th, 2022.
Finally, the Mu Ko Lanta National Park Office (Tanod Cape) will be closed from June 1st to June 30th, 2022.