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Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan Including Lunch from Koh Samui

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Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan Including Lunch from Koh Samui
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Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan Including Lunch from Koh Samui
US$58.40
Overview
Discover pristine tropical islands on a full-day, guided trip to Koh Nang Yuan and Koh Tao. Float in clear water above a thriving reef and spot brilliant fish among the coral. Explore the three forested islands of Koh Nang Yuan, which are joined by a slender spit that shelters some of the region’s best snorkeling, along with sponges, sea turtles and rays. Travel to a quiet Koh Tao beach for a traditional Thai lunch, then swim, snorkel and sleep away the tropical afternoon.
What to Expect

Imagine a small tropical island with incredible snorkelling and scuba diving, a rich jungle in the centre and surrounded by remarkably quiet, palm tree laced beaches. You're imagining Koh Tao, a small island off the southern coast of Thailand - not far from the better known Koh Samui. The irregular bean-shaped Koh Tao features numerous bays full of natural beauty. Along its 28.6 kilometres shore stretches 8 kilometres of undisturbed coral reefs. Talking about some really relaxing spot, far away of the hustle and bustle of your daily hectic life, feel free to try this island out. For the icing on the cake, Koh Nang Yuan just tops any other contender for sheer beauty –a stunning example of a remote beach, crystal-clear waters and sundrenched islands that offer the pinnacle in relaxation. Two of Thailand’s top idyllic islands on the east coast within easy reach!

Around 07:30 hrs, your driver will be ready to bring you to the speed boat pier for a swift trip to Koh Nang Yuan, a collection of three small islands that are joined together via a sandbank: total peace and the feeling of being in another world. The crystal clear water offers a perfect visibility of the submarine life.  Nearly the entire area is mountainous with its highest point reaching over 300 meters, delivering panoramic views of surreal beauty. It is also possible to climb one of the hills to enjoy this and capture a glimpse of nearby Koh Tao, our final stop for the day.  (NB: entrance fees to Koh Tao are not included in the tour package – customers require paying this amount on spot, cash only and these fees are currently set at 100 Baht – subject to change)

A Thai set lunch is served on the Koh Tao; within easy reach of Khun Nang Yuan and switching boats to head to snorkeling and diving paradise Koh Tao. After lunch, get ready to board again for one of the island’s bays, where one can swim or snorkel around the boat the afternoon away. The return to Koh Samui is late in the afternoon, leaving paradise behind…                       

After Koh Tao, the speedboat takes you back to Koh Samui leaving the clear waters behind you. Back at your hotel is scheduled to be around 17:30 hrs.
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1 - 5 of 10 reviews

Reviewed 4 July 2018
Just about worth a visit

Great staff and a good speedboat trip out to the island, but it gets very crowded and take a packed lunch if possible, the food is awful. Avoid the 150TB for 20 minutes of deckchair use, leave you stuff on the boat. Most of the...More

1  Thank Steve170751
Reviewed 1 July 2018
Snorkeling highs and lows

It is worth paying extra to go on a speed boat for snorkeling. We arrived at Koh Nang Yuan before the hordes on slower boats arrived, and so were able to explore this small bay in relative peace. The snorkeling was disappointing with mostly bleached...More

Thank ehles
Reviewed 24 April 2018 via mobile
Day Trip to Koh Islands

We had a great day today and our host Thep was fantastic. It is a shame that over populated beaches has destroyed some of the Coral but our last stop at Koh Tao was amazing and reminded me of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia

Thank David W
Reviewed 22 March 2018 via mobile
Overcrowded

We visited several years ago and it was busy but a nice trip. We visited again recently and the place has been totally spoiled by the masses of tourists that they pack onto the islands. After arriving on your overcrowded boat you have to queue...More

Thank Arfur S
Reviewed 7 March 2018
Good locations and sites, staff unprofessional

Overall, a decent experience in getting to see the viewpoint on Koh Nang Yuan (once fighting through a mass crowd of tourists that were also there) and snorkeling. Lunch was also delicious and boat ride was fine (once we were all herded on like cattle...More

Thank Christina T
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