We went here as part of a group tour. When we arrived there were quite a few boats and tourists but we climbed over a few rocks and a couple of bays along it was near deserted. Once the day trippers left by about 5pm, and we had cleared up their rubbish (why do people feel the need to litter anywhere, let alone somewhere as gorgeous as this?!), there were about 20 of us left on the island for the night and it was fantastic. The staff cooked us lovely food and we sat on the beach watching an amazing storm over a neighbouring island and the crabs coming up the beach out of the sea. We camped in tents the park rangers had put up although didn't get much sleep because the storm moved to our island in the night! The downsides to this place were mainly the number of tourists and their litter, and the toilets which were horrendous, even by Thailand standards.
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