・Snorkeling in the beautiful ocean and explore the coral reefs
・Operated by one of the most well-known company, Grand Sea Discovery
· Meeting time: 8:00am
· Meeting point: Your hotel at Samui
· Duration: 8 hours
· Returning time: 4:00pm
－What you can expect－
・Angthong National Marine Park
Ang Thong National Marine Park translates as "golden bowl", occupies almost 250 sq. km and includes 50 sq. km of protected nature area consisting of over 40 islands. All of the islands are uninhabited and undeveloped except for one. Marine Park is famous for its natural beauty untouched by development. The islands range in size from mere rocks in the deep blue sea to little paradise islands with white beaches and coconut trees. The movie "The Beach" starring Leonardo Di Caprio was inspired by and partially filmed at this location. Being in the Marine Park gives you the feeling of being an explorer, discovering the far ends of the world. The water is clean, calm and inviting, creating the perfect conditions to explore the park's hidden treasures.
Koh Wao is in the northern most part of Ang Thong Marine Park and remains much quieter than the snorkeling sites around busier Koh Tao. There is a variety of soft corals, fascinating underwater caves and swim-through’s around Koh Wao, formed over centuries of coastal erosion, which you can explore during your time snorkeling. There is a huge diversity of marine life due to Ang Thong’s protected status as a national park, which provides a fantastic opportunity for taking some underwater pictures.
Koh Mae Koh, or Mother Island, is the next stop after Koh Wao and cruising through some of the marine park in our speed boat. Koh Mae Koh boasts the beautiful emerald lake, an inland salt water lake, and a sensational view point over the whole marine park.
・Song Pee Nong Beach
Song Pee Nong beach is our next stop where you will have plenty of time to relax on the beach and explore the rugged coastline of Koh Paluay by sea kayak, where you may find a couple of hidden caves amongst the granite overhangs.