Angthong Marine Park by Tour Boat

Take a fantastic boat cruise to the scenic Angthong National Marine Park where you climb up to see the beautiful Emerald Lake. Relax on the secluded white sandy beaches and swimming.

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Tour Code: SMU-04
Departure: Every Day
Destination: Koh Samui, Thailand
Duration: Full Day
Meal: Lunch


Pick up time: 07:30 am. (The time will be confirmed upon booking)

This group of islands, 250 sq.kms., is located 45 kms north-west from Koh Samui. It takes about 2 hours by tour boat. Visitors will be enchanting wonderland composed of bulbous green isles, clear blue lagoons, mysterious caves and strange shapes of rock formations.

The 2nd National Park created in Thailand, which comprises some 40 islands covering area of 250 sq.kms. Most islands comprise limestone masses, reaching heights up to 450 meters, has blanketed by 4 different types of forests such as Dry Evergreen Forest, Beach Forest, Limestone Forest and Mangrove Forest. There are many strange rock formations brought about by erosion of the earth and one island has a mysterious sinkhole, completely enclosed by walls of sheer rock, on its center.

In the morning transfer to the Pier, board the boat to the Angthong National Marine Park.  We do sightseeing around the National Marine Park. Climb up the steps to see the wonderful Emerald Lake known as Talay Nai, surrounded by the mountain.

Buffet lunch at the National Marine Park.

Afternoon, relaxing on the beach, swimming or climbing up to the mountain’s top to see the fantastic panoramic view of Angthong Marine Park . 

15.00 cruise back to Koh Samui and transfer to your hotel.

Return to the hotel: 

Afternoon: 17:00


  • Transfers from and to hotels
  • Sightseeing and visits as described
  • Transportation by Tour Boat
  • English speaking guide
  • Lunch and fruits
  • Liquid refreshments
  • Life jackets
  • Accident Insurance

General Terms and Conditions

  • The given time frame is an estimate timing only and can deviate due to traffic, road conditions, weather, pace of tourists and/or any unforeseen reason

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