|Monday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
This place is one of the best view of Ko Tao. However, a high motorcycle skill is needed to make you get here because the route is steep, narrow and curved.
Amazing views, definitely worthy all the effort of getting there. Route is rather demanding with few high and arrow steps. It is occasionally secured with lines. We made the climb while it was dry, but during or after rain it can get tricky.
Amazing view from the top, the little hike of 5-10 min is definitely worth it. Flip flops aren't recommended but you can still make up to the top. On the bottom there's a guy/woman that will charge you 50 baht per person for the hike. Apparently someone of that family found the place and now charges for the hike. It's still beautiful on the top though.
Pretty cool view but so hard to and so tried to go. A little danger to go down it isn't safe much
Fun climb up. Tricky in flip flops but possible. There are ropes to assist. The view from the top is stunning and feels earned. Wasn't too busy to enjoy a rest up there either.
This point of view is amazing!! You have to climb rocks, so if you are unstable with sleepers: be carefull! You need to pay 100 baths to have the access at the freedom beach and the view point (with 1 bottle of water, kayak and volley ball) A place to see once in your life
Beautiful view over looking koh tao, worth visiting early before the crowds. Not a difficult climb to the top but recommend wearing trainers. Also highly recommend visiting the restaurant on freedom beach afterwards (follow signs) for nice food and amazing coral reef for snorkeling.
The place is amazing, but I only give a star, as a protest. We should not contribute to paying for free places. I dont like to pay, even for a western is "only 100 bath". The first 50 bath "toll" is a joke. Im a traveler, I'm not stupid. Anyway the second payment "toll" was a man in a hammock, at least polite. Again, I do not like that. We should stop visiting these places as a protest. Today I started, not entering in a beach that the resort asked me 100 bath to use the path. Shame. Knowing this, if you decide to go, is a moderate climbing, not so hard but dangerous in some places. Some ropes there to help, but take care on the top. Try to use sport shoes, not flip flops. Enjoy Thailand!
50B/person entrance to drive down the lane and gives access to Freedom beach. Another 50B/person for a day pass to the lookout itself. The 500m hike was steeper than expected, and there were ropes to assist your climb. Views of the island and bays at the lookout were amazing and worth the hike. Wear shoes with grip. Go early!
This place offers the most stunning view of Koh Tao, you must go there if you're on the island. We went on an overcast day so we couldn't see the blues in the water like you would in most pictures from here. It's a bit of a hike up, with some very narrow passage ways between rocks. There isn't much support along the way other than a few very thin ropes tied to trees so it may not provide the best support. The crevices between the rocks are very deep so hold onto your things! I saw a bunch of locals with poles and hooks digging through the gaps and pulling out action cameras, bags, and accessories. Hike safe and enjoy the view!
Very hot and sweaty climb in April, but the view is amazing. I came here and left before 9am and did not have to pay any entrance fee - this was deliberate as I do not support any sort of scalping. This was during the quietest time of the year, so you may have to come earlier than that if you don't want to pay. The climb becomes quite difficult towards the end, so good shoes are definitely necessary or you may come back with injuries. Be careful coming if it is wet, as I can imagine it can become incredibly slippery.