Long Term Rental
- Koh Lanta - Krabi - THAILAND -
- validity: May 1st to October 15th -

Koh Lanta in Krabi province is a very quiet and natural destination with its own charm. The island is still largely unspoiled, offers some beautiful beaches, superb low and green mountain backdrops where wildlife is very well present and is at very short distances of some of the highly rated diving spots in Thailand.

The Villas are located approximately 2hrs from Krabi International Airport and can be reached by car from the main land. Nestled in a magnificent lush tropical forest, overlooking Kantiang bay, arguably the best bay on the island; they provide breathtaking views of the majestic Andaman sea and the surrounding lush tropical vegetation. Finally the villas have also access to a magnificent beach with a very minimum crowd.

The Villas come with two or three bedrooms, living room, kitchenette, private pool, superb amenities including free wi-fi; their size range from 279 sqm to 650 sqm and they are located either on the beach or the hillside offering superb views. The Villas are serviced twice a week.

Within the villas complex, one will find facilities which consist of restaurants, bars, superb infinity-edge freshwater swimming pools, a large fitness room, a sport ground that includes 2 floodlight tennis courts, a badminton court, basket ball hoop, bicycles and library lounges offering free high speed internet access; on the beach there are also canoes and small sailing boats for enjoyment. Finally a beautiful spa, where one can also revitalize! Spa discount are extended to Villas renters.

Within walking distance, available are a few bars and restaurants and in the nearby village a few shops including a 7/11 and ATM distributors.

The Villas long term rental is available from May 1st to October 15th, and from a minimum of 14 nights. More and more, the tourist season in Thailand now lasts for 12 months of the year. The most popular time of the year to visit the kingdom, especially for guests living in cold northern climates, has traditionally been from about mid-November to mid-April. Transportation and accommodation rates reflect the high demands during this period. However there are certain advantages for holidaying here in the “off” season and so nowadays more people are selecting to visit Thailand at that time. This is especially true for those who wish to avoid the intense heat and burning sun and those who like a more peaceful and leisurely holiday without having to battle crowds of fellow tourists.

Yes, there is a greater chance of having some bad rainy days in the so-called “green” season but on average, these only account for about 6/ 7 days per month. The area where are located the villas is in the lee of both mainland Thailand and also of Koh Lanta’s spinal mountain range and is thus protected from much of the stormy weather that is experienced in central and northern Thailand. When it does rain it generally arrives in the form of short intense showers and an hour or two later the sky is clear again. It is recognized that, globally, climates are changing and wide variations from the normal conditions do at times occur. Kantiang bay is sheltered allowing swimming almost all year around; in fact the red flag is raised about 20/25 times only throughout the green season.

If you do elect to book during the “green” season, there is enough activities to keep you occupied indoors if it is raining and outdoors when conditions allow. Indoor activities include taking a popular Thai cooking lesson, experiencing the ultimate in rejuvenation at the spa, working-out in our gym and sports complex, borrowing reading materials, DVDs or games from the library, sending e-mails, etc.…and nobody will object to you having a peaceful nap with the soothing sound of rain dancing on the roof. Outdoor activities include, playing tennis, body-surfing in the sea, swimming in the warm waters of the pools, visiting a nearby national marine park, elephant trekking, touring the island and visiting the markets. The beach is always popular with joggers, strollers and beachcombers. For photographers this is also a good time to take photographs of seascapes, brilliant sunsets, wonderful cloud effects, lush green flora, etc… and rest assured also that the daytime temperature never goes below 30 degrees Celsius!!