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Welcome to Keirita’s Yoga in the Andaman Sea in Thailand! We draw from a complementary mix of varying yoga styles which are primarily Ashtanga based. All classes are small and personal, average class size is 2 to 8 people. Private classes are also available on request for 2,000 baht. As we don’t offer regimented retreat-style packages everyone has plenty of free time for all the activities that both islands have to offer. Be it snorkeling, rock climbing, kayaking, cookery courses or massage. The most popular activity on both islands is of course SCUBA diving.

Our Locations

Please note that evening classes are no longer being held in the Mali Resort Garden even though it is listed on this map for now. All classes (8:00am and 17:00pm) are currently being held in the Keirita’s Yoga Studio . You can view the studio location on this map.

How to Get to Koh Lipe

Koh Lipe is a small island in the Andaman Sea (that’s the Phuket side of Thailand) in the South near the Thai-Malay border. Koh Lipe is part of the Tarutao National Marine Park, Thailand’s largest marine park.

Getting To Koh Lipe
Koh Lipe is 60km from the nearest Thai port, Pak Bara, and 40km from Langkawi.. The easiest way to get to Koh Lipe is from either Pak Bara or Langkawi, but during the high season these are not the only ways to get here. The high season is from early November to late April and there are speed boats and ferries connecting Koh Lipe with all the islands and areas up and down the coast including Koh Lanta, Krabi, Koh Phi Phi and Phuket.

During the low season, from May to the end of October, the only direct boats to Koh Lipe are from Pak Bara. To get to Koh Lipe from Langkawi you can travel via Satun to Pak Bara and catch a speed boat to Koh Lipe.

The journey between Pak Bara and Koh Lipe takes about 90 minutes direct, but during the season some boats stop at Tarutao or other islands along the way making for a longer journey. Make sure you take some bottled water with you.

If you are outside Thailand you can either fly to Bangkok, Langkawi, Hat Yai, Krabi or Phuket.

From Bangkok
From Bangkok fly to Hat Yai. From Hat Yai travel to Pak Bara, the journey by taxi takes about 90 minutes. When booking a flight make sure you leave enough time to catch a ferry or speed boat. Once at Pak Bara you are nearly there, take a boat to Koh Lipe.

If you don’t want to fly then the other options are train or long distance bus to Hat Yai.

From Phuket
If you fly into Phuket then during the high season you can travel down by ferry or speed boat to Koh Lipe. The coastal road in this area has got some great scenery. You can travel by bus or taxi to Pak Bara, and catch a speed boat to Koh Lipe.

From Langkawi
Once you’ve made it to Langkawi you are only a short boat ride to Koh Lipe. During the high season this route can get very busy and you should book your tickets in advance and remember to confirm your return ticket too. Be aware that in low season there is no immigration on Koh Lipe and you cannot travel directly from Langkawi Koh Lipe.

From Hat Yai
From Hat Yai it takes about 90 minutes by taxi to the port Pak Bara. We can book a taxi for you.

Arriving in Koh Lipe
Once you arrive in Koh Lipe the speed boat or ferry will stop offshore outside the coral reefs. You will either get off the boat directly into local long tail taxi boats, or onto a pontoon and then on to local long tail taxi boats. The boats will take you anywhere for 50 Baht per person. Advise them where your are staying and they will take you to the appropriate beach or The Walking street.

Useful links

Airlines Ferry & Boat Companies Koh Lipe Information Things to do

 

 

 

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