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Ang Thong Marine Park by Big Boat

Adult ฿1000
  • 8 hours
  • Transfer
  • Soft drinks
  • like(s)
  • Lunch
  • Snorkeling
  • Tour guide

Description

Ang Thong National Marine Park

Ang Thong National Marine Park is one of the main landmark of the Gulf of Thailand. The park comprises 42 islands, most of which are uninhabitated. You will have an unforgettale journey on a classic Thai tourist boat. You will have a chance to admire the beauty of the marine park while the boat cruises between the islands. The journey from the Nathon pier to the first stop on Koh Mae Ko takes 1,5 hours which is only twice longer than a journey by speedboat (45 minutes by speedboat).

Koh Mae Ko

The first stop on your adventure is Koh Mae Ko. You will get to the shore on kayaks and will admire the rich sealife of the park through the crystal clear water on the way. If no 'kayaking' option chosen, you will be delivered to the shore by classic Thai longtail boat. Koh Mae was once a mighty volcano. The legend says that the islands of the park have been created by its eruption. Nowadays the volcano is extinct and its crater houses the Talay Nai lake, also famous by the name 'Emerald lagoon'. After the ascent to the island's viewpoint you will be rewarded by the amazing views over the park and the emerald lake.

Time for lunch

Your next stop is the Koh Wua Talap inhabitated by wild monkeys. While the boat passes incredibly picturesque islands, you will be served lunch of Thai food and fresh fruit. You will be able to enjoy the buffet and admire the beauty of the national park.

Koh Wua Talap

Koh Wua Talap is famous for its perfect beach with fine white sand. You will have a possibility to venture into the sea on a kayak, paddle around the neighbouring island, through the natural grottos and past the wild beaches and hidden bays. If no 'kayaking' option was chosen, the island itself will offer you many attractions. You can take the path to ascend to the island's highest point (500 m) and take in the breathtaking views of Angthong marine park. Or visit the Bua Boke cave with its unique stalactites and stalagmites. Or watch the wild monkeys on the beach. Take a swim, suntan or enjoy the underwater world of Angthong marine park with snorkeling gear.

What to Bring to Ang Thong Marine Park

Swimming clothes, Sun protection, Camera, Towel, Suitable footwear

Tour Includes

  • Hotel transfers
  • Accident insurance
  • Lunch and soft drinks
  • Kayaking (optional)
  • Mask & snorkel
  • Professional guide

Schedule

Transfer from the hotel to the pier 07.30
Departure from Nathon pier, light breakfast aboard the boat 08.30
Arrival at the Angthong national marine park. Kayaking to the Koh Mae Ko beach. 'No kayaking' program will take you to the island by boat. A not very hard ascent (about 10 minutes) by stairs to the island't viewpoint with a breathtaking view over the crater Talay Nai lake, also known as 'Emerald lagoon' 10.00
Lunch aboard, buffet and fresh fruit 12.00
Arrival at the main island of Angthong national park - Wua Ta Lap. Kayaking around uninhabitated islands. On Koh Wua Ta Lap you will have an opportunity to ascend to the viewpoint (about 500 m) with incredible vistas of the archipelago or visit the Bua Boke, or Lotus cave with stalactites and stalagmites, as well as rest at the island's sandy beach, swim in the clear turquoise water and watch the fish with snorkeling gear 13.00
Departure to Koh Samui 15.00
Arrival at Koh Samui, transfer to hotel 16.30

Kayaking not included

Adult
฿1000
Child (4-12)
฿700
Infant (0-3)
FREE

The entrance fee to Anthong national marine park is not included. It costs THB 300 per adult and THB 150 per child (children of 12 years and older pay as an adult)


Kayaking included

Adult
฿1150
Child (4-12)
฿800
Infant (0-3)
FREE

The entrance fee to Anthong national marine park is not included. It costs THB 300 per adult and THB 150 per child (children of 12 years and older pay as an adult)

A special rule for kayaking to Anthong national marine park: children under 5 years old are not allowed to ride a kayak


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