Tup Island is connected to Chicken Island by a small sandy causeway which can be walked across at low tide. Low tide when we visited was at 06:30AM / 18:00 so unfortunately we missed it on this visit, although on a previous visit I did walk across.
To really appreciate this place and its worth noting this down, go as early in the morning as you can. It is very popular and very beautiful, even more so where your there with just a few people or so. When several hundred people are there, less so.
The water is bath water warm and clean. Snorkelling is a must, you cannot appreciate how many different types of fish are invisible from the boats. There are green and blue ones but also a lot of mini goldfish, which if you have an underwater camera, would be a great background for your home PC or Mac.
Well worth a visit, best advice, take a longtail boat as you can do the 4 island tour, Chicken Island, Pado Island, Tup Island and Railey Beach.
Downside: You are expected to pay an additional 200 THB per person because you are in National Park. This is not included in your boat arrangement, once paid, tell them to give the ticket to the boat captain otherwise, they will try to charge you 200 THB per island or until you wise up to it.
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