There's more to do outdoors
on this island than we can fit into the sitebut try clicking on some
of the choices below to get an idea of the variety available...
Nobody much takes advantage of them, but Ko Sichang
is covered with
challenging cliffs and pinnacles that can make for an hour or
so of exciting exercise. (Take a look at the spire of rock on
the point south of Haad Tham Phang beach, or some of faces opposite
Wat Tham Yaai Prik.If you decide to give it a try, bear in mind
that the limestone is very sharp, and sometimes loose. All those
big rocks along the bottoms of the cliffs used to be somewhere
up in the air, after all. Not for the timid.
There are also plenty of caves, of
which the biggest--Tham Saowapha, just north of the stairs down
to Haad Saai Kaew (see our beach
page) is rumored to go right through the island from east to west.
You'd have to be very small to get more than about 100 m into
it, and brave, too.