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Khao Sok National Park consists of: 40% foothill rainforest, 27% rainforest plains, 15% limestone crag vegetation, 15% lowland scrub, 3% rainforest at 600-1,000 metres Khao Sok receives quite a bit of rain, due to its position at the mountain ridge separating the west coast from the east coast of Southern Thailand, and so winds from both the Gulf of Thailand in the east and the Andaman Sea in the west blow monsoon rain into the area.
But actually it is only to be expected for a rain forest location.
The FADs attract the smaller fish and provide shelter.And so there are plenty of challenges fairly close to the islands - especially for Wahoo, Sailfish, Dogtooth Tuna Wahoo and Giant Trevally. A seamount, known as Thon Mai, 25 kilometers west of the islands, is known as the hunting grounds for big Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna, Dogtooth Tuna and Sharks.The evening can be spent with a BBQ on one of the many white powdery beaches, or bottom fishing over a reef for some of the superb table fish the area has to offer.These classical longtail boats usually depart from Bang Niang beach (Chong Fah), in the early morning after sunrise and return at about 4.00 pm Thap Lamru, about 10 kms south of Khao Lak, is the main departure point for diving and snorkeling trips to the Similan Islands.But some fishing activity also takes place from here.