In the morning we pick you up from your hotel depending on your location. A more accurate pickup time will be stated on your confirmation email. After a light breakfast at the pier, we depart by speed boat from the north of the island and head to Koh Tao in about 1 – 1.5 hour. At Koh Tao we stop to do some snorkeling in one of the many ways around the island. We visit at least 2 of them, so you can enjoy different kinds of fish and different views of Koh Tao. Think of Mango way, Shark way or any other way around the island.
Travel between Koh Pha Ngan and Koh Samui in only 30 minutes with Lomprayah's high-speed catamarans Lomprayah is a local operator in Thailand that's known for its dependable ferry transfer services Relax inside the comfortable boat as you take in the sight of the beautiful ocean Step out onto the deck, where you can take in the scent of the salty sea and feel the cool air Optional pick-up service from hotels in Koh Samui to the pier of your choice available
About the Activity: Explore the silent side of the Gulf of Thailand with two hours of stand up paddleboarding in the serene waters of Koh Samui. You can make your selection from two different schedules either the morning time to witness the beautiful sunrise or the evening time to take a glimpse of the setting sun. With this tour, you will be picked up from the hotel(only for selected hotels) and then head to any one of the Bangrak Beach or Choeng Mon Beach. You will be assisted by the English speaking guide who will give instructions about the boarding techniques. Follow the instructions and explore the beauty of waters.
Koh Samui is a popular destination for sun-seeking tourists, but many visitors don’t get out to the surrounding islands. Because of that, they miss out on the pristine beaches and colorful sea life on many of the smaller islands surrounding Koh Samui. Discover islands like Koh Taen and Ko Mat Sum on this day-long cruise and snorkel in their glassy waters, or just enjoy the view with a cocktail on deck.
Each Thursday, the Red Baron, Koh Samui's most luxurious cruise boat, sails to Angthong National Marine Park, one of Thailand's most idyllic paradises. This traditional Thai sailing junk, a twin-masted, red-sailed icon in these parts, is the biggest of its kind in Koh Samui and the Gulf of Thailand. Spend a day in traditional luxury as you glide past the inspiration for ‘The Beach' and snorkel or swim in the crystal clear waters of this 40-island archipelago. Or, if you'd prefer, simply relax on deck with a refreshing drink in hand as you wait for the mouthwatering lunch buffet and barbeque to be served. You can chill in the covered saloon, visit the lounge bar, fish from the designated platform or claim your spot on a comfortable sun lounger.
Koh Samui tours and excursions are appropriate for all kinds of visitors. Whether you've come to Samui resolutely determined to relax in peace and absorb the sun’s rays or to experience everything the island has to offer, we've got something for you. From island-hopping through beautiful Ang Thong Marine National Park to exciting ATV tours through the jungle to a gourmet tour to sea fishing, you can have the day out of a lifetime. Check out the tours in Koh Samui and release the child within! Come out and play, meet other like-minded visitors and learn more about this fascinating tropical island where the fun never ends, all at the same time.
Angthong National Park offers visitors beautiful scenery surrounding spectacular snorkeling conditions – perfect for a relaxing day trip. Float through the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand, take in the exotic marine life and marvel at the intoxicating beauty of this magical underwater world. You'll motor from Koh Samui to Koh Wao, a cluster of three islands creating a shallow and sheltered bay which provides perfect conditions for snorkeling and kayaking – and in crystal clear waters too! The boat journey is equally as scenic: glide past snow-white beaches, luscious nature and hidden lagoons. Keep an eye out for the ‘sea-gypsies' – longtime inhabitants who continue to make a living by fishing these waters.