Koh Samui

Around Koh Phangan by Speedboat

Samuis neighboring island Koh Phangan was first inhabited by sea gypsies, over 2000 years ago. Nowadays Phangan is mostly famous for the “Full Moon “- parties, that attract people from all around the globe. We like to show you, that yhe island has more to offer, than a monthly full moon. After we pick you up at your hotel, you will be transferred to  Maenam pier. And have a small breakfast. After arrival at “Thong Sala”, the journey will continue by local taxi, with a first stop at  the“Chinese Temple” and a park, where you can feed elephants. After that, visit an authentic fisherman’s village and have a coffee- break at the view- point. From here proceed to the small island of Koh Mah for some snorkeling at Mae Haad Beach, where you will also have your lunch. After lunch, visit the Kao Thum temple and another scenic viewpoint, before taking a break for relaxing at the “Full Moon Party” beach of  Haad Rin, before returning to Samui and your resort.

ATV Adventure

These 4-wheel motorbikes don’t easily capsize, if at all. These vehicles allow riders to maintain a low seating profile for better control and stability even on an extremely rugged dirt road. It can be driven with ease, without losing its balance, on the slopes of a hill or through steep mountain trails. Of course, before a ride, operating instructions and safety precaution are given by professional riders, who also act as tour guides. The ATV tour is also a good opportunity to discover local culture. It allows you to explore the remotes part of the island where you can observe the local folk doing their daily chores. You can see them tending their farms, picking fruits or cooking with the use of raw firewood. Samui villagers are generally friendly they would even invite you into their homes or even show you how rubber tapping is done. Along the way are full of surprises. At time you can see monkeys harvesting coconut fruits or rare  birds perched on a tree. Sometime, small forest animals will cross your path and then quickly dodge away.

Island Explorer

After we pick you up from your hotel, our first stop will be the temple of the Big Buddha (Wat Phra Yai). The 12 meter tall sitting Buddha is the most prominent landmark of Samui Island. After this, we will take you to Ladd Koh view point. Enjoy the view of Chaweng’s long stretched beach from this nice look- out. Another famous sight on the island are Hin Ta & Hin Yai (Grandfather- & Grandmother Rock). Here you can imagine that Mother Nature may actually have a sense of humor, sculpting two rocks, close to each other in exactly THIS shape… More fun is on the way, when we visit a Monkey School, where monkeys are trained to pick coconuts from the thousands of palm trees. At the temple  Wat Kunaram  you will see the mummified body of a highly revered monk, that remained in a pose of meditation since his death, almost 20 years ago.  Next stop is at Na Muang Waterfall, where you can have a refreshing bath, if the time of season allows it. Last but not least, take a shopping- stroll through Nathon, the islands capitol, before returning to your resort. In addition to this program, lunch will be served at a sea view restaurant and you have the chance to visit a local market for daily and agricultural goods, where you may some fresh and tasty fruit.

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