10 Days 9 Nights
Koh Tao, Koh Phangan, Koh Samui
- Day 1: Chumphon – Koh Tao
You can either take the overnight train the night before or fly the morning flight with Nok Air to Chumphon (not included). Upon arrival in Chumphon Airport or train station, look for the Lomphraya boat counter to join scheduled transfer to pier in Chumphon where we catch a catamaran or speedboat to Koh Tao. Koh Tao – meaning ‘Turtle Island’ – lives up to its name, even though they are not as plentiful as in the past, it is not impossible to spot it. The island is one of the best spot for snorkeling and diving in Thailand. The perfect white-sand beaches which ring the hilly 21 km² island are surrounded by the crystal-clear waters of the Gulf of Thailand. Surrounded by turquoise clear waters and white-sand beaches, it is still a dream destination for most backpackers but the last few years it also does not lack choices of luxury resorts. Depending on your hotel location, hotel representative will wait for you at the pier in Koh Tao and escort you to the hotel.Accommodation: The Tarna Align Resort or similar
- Day 2: Koh Tao
Breakfast at your hotel and day is at your leisure to relax or explore the island. There are few attractions other than the beaches on Koh Tao. The island is home to some of Thailand’s best, with pristine white sand, nodding palm trees and glittering blue seas. There are many choices available, most of which are accessible along the small and rather rough road network. Haad Tien Bien. Commonly known as “Rocky Bay”, this is one of the furthest beaches from Mae Haad, but one of the best. It has the clearest water and the cleanest beach, with only a small selection of quite exclusive resorts there. It is sometimes also called “Shark Bay” for the number of black-tip reef sharks you can snorkel among (if lucky of course). Virtually anywhere along the Koh Tao coast is a great spot for snorkeling, though the so-called Shark Bay of Haad Tien and around Koh Nangyuan are among the most popular. The vibrant coral reefs there are home to a wide range of exciting and colourful sea creatures. Sairee Beach. Probably Koh Tao’s best-known beach, where you will find the majority of the nightlife, including beach bars and restaurants. Meals included: BreakfastAccommodation: The Tarna Align Resort or similar
- Day 3: Koh Tao (B)
Breakfast at your hotel and day is at your leisure to relax or explore the island.Accommodation: The Tarna Align Resort or similar
- Day 4: Koh Tao – Koh Phangan (B)
Breakfast at your hotel. Depending on your hotel location, you can simply walk or join hotel shuttle service to the pier where you take the ferry to Koh Phangan. Arrival at Koh Phangan, Thailand’s fifth biggest island and despite being renowned for the nonstop crazy full moon parties taken place in every full moon night, one can simply sneak away to an equally peaceful side of the island. The northern part of Koh Phangan almost unspoilt beauty is accented by a hilly, lush tropical jungle interior, many idyllic, long whitesand beaches and over 20 nearby dive sites. The main disembarkation points are Thongsala and Haad Rin, where you also find most hotels, restaurants and bars. There are every sort of accommodation that cater to all travelers, from honeymooners to families with children and the budget backpackers looking to get study meditation or yoga, enjoy white sandy beaches and the facilities of beautiful resorts. Depending on your hotel location, hotel representative will wait for you at the pier in Koh Phangan and escort you to the hotel (Phangan Bayshore Resort and Panviman Resort being shared land transportation and Anantara Rasananda Resort being private land transportation). Approximate pick-up & drop off times: 06:00 – 17.00 hrs (depending on ferry schedule). Approximate total distances: Koh Tao pier to Koh Phangan pier: 44 km (1.15 hour)Accommodation: Panviman Resort Koh Phangan or similar
- Day 5 – 6 Koh Phangan (B)
Breakfast at your hotel and day is at your leisure to relax or explore the island.Accommodation: Panviman Resort Koh Phangan or similar
- Day 7: Koh Phangan – Koh Samui (B)
After breakfast at the hotel, join land transfer to the pier and board the ferry taking you to Samui Island. Arrival at Koh Samui, your guide will be there to greet you and escort you by private air-conditioned to the hotel. Rest of the day free at leisure. Get your skin tanned under the deep blue sky and feel the sand between your toes while listening to the gentle lapping of waves peacefully washing ashore. Koh Samui is lush with tropical jungle, its shore lined with nodding coconut palm trees and surrounded by aquamarine sea. Most beaches offer peace and relaxation yet some come up with lively nightlife, and choices of restaurants and bars. From the hustle and bustle of Chaweng Beach to the lively yet relaxed atmosphere of Lamai Beach to the timeless feel of Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village to the tropical beach paradise of Maenam, Koh Samui is unique among Thailand’s islands in maintaining a broad appeal for everyone. Approximate pick-up & drop off times: 10.00 – 17.00 hrs (depending on ferry schedule). Approximate total distances: Koh Phangan pier to Koh Samui pier : 20 minutes by ferry.Accommodation: Nora Beach Resort & Spa or similar
- Day 8: Koh Samui (B/L)
Breakfast at your hotel. Start the tour with a visit to one of the most colorful temples on Koh Samui, Wat Plailaem (sight). A showcase of Koh Samui strong Chinese heritage. Be surprised by the temple’s intricate designs, like the enormous white laughing Buddha statue. The giant Goddess Guanyin statue is flanked by two long halls that feature colorful murals and frescoes depicting Buddhist mythological stories. Witness the rituals of the many devotees join alms giving to the Buddhist monks (touch and sound). The temple is surrounded by a lake, which is teeming with carps and catfish waiting to be fed. We are heading by 4×4 wheel drive to the top of Samui, called the “Giant Summit”, surrounded by tropical nature. Refresh yourself with a cold drink and enjoy the panoramic views of Koh Samui Island. Visit secret Buddha Garden, hidden away high in the hills in Koh Samui’s interior, offering majestic views and an unusual collection of statues amid lush jungle surroundings. The gardens are a creation of an old Samui fruit farmer, Nim Thongsuk, who in 1976 began erecting several statues and temples around his family’s verdant land. Secret Buddha Garden (sight) is the kind of place where each visit brings some new discoveries. With statues of all shapes and sizes scattered around the grounds, a wrong turn or a closer look behind a tree may yield yet another hidden surprise. At We Green Organic farm, you will be welcomed with the famous Samui coconut juice (taste) and experience yourself the process of cooking some traditional Southern sweets and foods, like coconut caramel (touch, smell and taste). Enjoy a delicious lunch, made of local organic ingredients grown at the island. After lunch it is time to relax and rejuvenate yourself with a traditional Thai foot massage (touch and smell), before heading back to the hotel.Accommodation: Nora Beach Resort & Spa or similar
- Day 9: Koh Samui (B)
Breakfast at your hotel and day is at your leisure to relax or explore the island. If you wish, you can visit Ang Thong National Marine Park for a day trip and see a stunning panoramic view of the surrounding 42 islands.
B – Breakfast L – LunchAccommodation: Nora Beach Resort & Spa or similar
Tour Package Details
TOUR PRICE PER PERSON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY – minimum 2 Person.
|Daily Departure||Land Package From||Single Supp|
|2021: April – October||1999||1040|
|2021: November – December
2022: January - March
HOTEL BLACKOUT DATES and FAIR/SEASONAL SURCHARGES may apply
~~ ALL PRICES ARE IN CANADIAN DOLLARS AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE ~~
Your Tour Package Includes:
- Round Trip seat-in-coach transfer between airport and hotel.
- Superior 4-Star hotel accommodation with daily breakfast.
- Joined sightseeing Tours with admission and meals as per itinerary.
- Professional English-Speaking local guide service.
Your Tour Package Does Not Include:
- International Airfare from Canada to Thailand.
- Any applicable weekend and other surcharges imposed by airlines.
- Any taxes, airport fees and fuel surcharge.
- Travel/Medical/Cancellation insurance and all personal expenses.
- Tipping and gratuities to local guides, drivers, and hotel staff.
- Any items not specified as included.