About Koh Tao ,Thailand
Koh Tao (turtle island) is blessed with beautiful bays and beaches and has spectacular coral reefs along its shoreline. It is a paradise for snorkelers and divers alike. On the tour we will visit one of these bays to enjoy the beauty of the underwater world.

Koh Tao is an island in Thailand located near the eastern shore of the Gulf of Thailand. It covers an area of about 21 square km, about 70 km east of the coastline between Suratthani and Chumphon. Koh Tao has natural beauty and particularly it's marine life and coral reefs grew, it has become one of the major dive sites in Thailand. With it's 11 beaches and 8 km's of coral reef it's a great location for relaxation and adventure.

Koh Tao is blessed with some of Thailand's most spectacular beaches and bays. Despite it's popularity among divers, the waters surrounding the island remain crystal clear and ideal for swimming and snorkelling.

Mae Haad Beach

The "capital" of Koh Tao, Mae Haad is the most developed area on the island with lots of shops, bars, restaurants, banks and internet shops. Everything you need is located here!

Sairee Beach

Sairee Beach is the best known of Koh Tao's beaches and is home to several beach bars, nightspots and some excellent restaurants. Always seems to be busy!

Chalok Ban Khao

At the southern tip of the island, Chalok Ban Khao is a beautiful stretch of golden sand and certainly less crowded than Sairee. Longtails are dotted around the bay and can ferry you around the waters.

Haad Thien ("Rocky Bay")

Tao's best beach, without question. Commonly known as Rocky Bay, the water here is absolutely clear and the beach is lined with coconut palms. Surprisingly uncrowded, probably due to being a fair way from the main town. Perfect!

Ao Leuk

On the eastern side, quiet Ao Leuk is a superb spot to relax and find some peace and quiet. The beach is beautiful and the water is ideal for snorkelling but not too good for swimming.

Tanote Bay

Lined with huge boulders which give Tanote Bay it's unique appearance. Just north of Ao Leuk, the conditions here are very similar and taxi-boats can ferry you between the two.