Boat Trip Around Koh Samui
This is a very relaxing tour where you cruise around the beautiful islands of Thailand in a tour boat. The boat will take you to special points out in the waters from where you can see the famous landmarks of Koh Samui that include the Bid Buddha, Hin Ta and Hin Yai (the grandfather and grandmother) rocks, and the famous beach resorts. If you please, you can go for swimming and snorkeling at the Koh Mudsum island or the Koh Tan island.
If you just want a tour that helps you relax, but also want to see the important sights, this is the tour for you. On this boating trip, you can relax your way through and tan on the way, so plan ahead and book your tickets at Samuidaytours.
Samui Boat Trip includes:
- Transfer from hotel.
- English, French, and German speaking tour guides.
- Snorkeling equipment.
- Life jackets.
- Thai buffet lunch with soft drinks and water.
- Full insurance.
Things to Bring on Your Boat Trip Around Koh Samui:
- Swimming clothes
Boat Tour Plan:
While on the boating tour, there will be a stop at one of Koh Samui’s quiet and serene islands for a traditional Thai lunch. You can sit back and relax on the boat as the expert crew guides you and shows you the beautiful islands. The tour is highly refreshing with the cool sea breeze in your hair, the sounds of sea and gentles waves in your ears, and the warmth of the sun on your skin.
The tour begins when you are picked from your hotel and taken to the harbor near the Big Buddha. From there you will board a boat, and then sit back and relax as the boat sets sail. You will get to see some amazing sights including the grandfather and grandmothers rocks, locally known as Hin Ta and Hin Yai, on the Lamai beach. These stunning rock formations are said to have fertility powers.
The temple of Big Buddha, also known as Wat Phra Yai, can easily be seen from many directions and angles from the sea as the boat cruises around Koh Samui. The other points of interest include Koh Tan (Green Peace island), coral reefs, the warm sea, and the deserted beach. You will have time to rest, relax and enjoy on the beach.
If you don’t have the gear for snorkeling, the tour guide will have it for you already on the boat. You will also be given life jackets, if needed, or if you want them to feel safer.
For lunch, your guide will pick a quiet island for you where you can enjoy your scrumptious buffet; the buffet includes Thai dishes and, perhaps, a cocktail or two that you can enjoy on the beach.
Then you will head to Koh Mudsum (Swallows Nest) island. This is a beautiful deserted island where you can find fresh corals, white sand, and clear water. The tour winds up with a trip across the five islands of Baan Taling Ngam, after
- Knowledge Development to understand the basic principles of scuba diving
- Confined water dives to learn basic scuba skills
- Equipment assembly, adjustment, and preparation
- Deep water entry
- Proper weighting
- Snorkel regulator exchange
- Regulator recovery and clearing
- Air depletion
- Alternate air source
- Partial and full mask flooding and clearing
- Mask removal and replacement
- Breathing from a regulator without a mask (60 seconds)
- No mask swim
- Scuba unit removal and replacement at the surface
- Weight belt removal and replacement at the surface
- Cramp removal
- Tired diver tow
- Scuba unit removal and replacement underwater
- Weight belt removal and replacement underwater
- Fin pivot (oral and low pressure inflator)
- Neutral buoyancy (hovering)
- Free flowing regulator breathing (30 seconds)
- Controlled Emergency Swimming Ascent
- Exiting the water
- Equipment disassembly & maintenance
- Open water dives to review your skills and explore!
- All transfers
- Thai Buffet Dinner
- Non-alcoholic drinks, coffee, tea, and espresso
- Full breakfast
- Seasonal fruits
- Much faster journey, much shorter day
- Their speed means they can visit dive sites further away
- Speedboats are smaller vessels, so they can moor up closer to dive sites and visit some dive sites that larger boats can’t
- A bit more exciting than a slow boat!
- Slow boats are big boats, which have more space to move around and they’re more stable in the water.
- They also typically have more divers on board making for a good atmosphere where everyone has 1 thing in common.
- Big boats tend to use less gasoline, so the tour prices are typically cheaper.
- Generally as there’s more space, tea, coffee, and snacks are provided and there are better facilities onboard such as a wash tank, shower, and proper sized toilet.
- Wreck Diving
- Night Diving
- Search and Recovery
- Peak Performance Buoyancy
- Digital Underwater Photography
- AWARE Fish Identification
- Diver Propulsion Vehicles (Underwater Scooters)
- Underwater Videography
- Multilevel & computer diving
- Boat Diving
- Visit Talay Nai, the emerald green lake on Koh Mae Koh
- Go to the viewpoint for a view of the entire park at Koh Mae Koh
- Hiking to multiple view points all the way up to 500m on Koh Wua Ta Lap
- Bua Boke cave featuring impressive stalagmites and stalactites
- Scuba diving
- Snorkeling at Koh Yippon and Koh Wao Yai
- BBQ on the Beach
- Go to the Picnic area