Full-day tour on all-wheel-drive jeeps runs each day with English-speaking and Chinese-speaking guide (daily) and with Russian-speaking and German-speaking on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. The tour lasts about eight hours.
You can choose the option with or without elephant trekking in a small family safari park with nine elephants.
At first, you will visit the temple at Plai Laem – the temple with the statue of the Goddess of mercy Guan Yin. Next, you will see the Big Buddha (Pra-Yai Temple), a 12-meter statue which was installed in 1972 on the bulk island of Fan in the Bangrak region in the north of Samui.
Then you will travel to the south of the island where you can enjoy the Grandmother and Grandfather rocks. In the Muslim village, you will visit the coconut processing farm. You will see how trained monkeys gather the coconuts. By the way, the Latin name of the palm tree is Cōcos nucifēra, it comes from the Portuguese word coco (“monkey”) and is given because of the holes on the nut that make it look like a monkey’s face. After a short show, the monkey will pose with coconut and you can take a photo with it. On the farm, you can taste the coconut. If you wish, you can buy organic coconut oil of the first (cold) pressing, made on the farm.
After coconut farm, you will have a long panoramic jeep ride along the jungle roads to the plantations of a village called Phutboon. You will be fascinated by one of the most unusual, impressive and very romantic places on Samui – a private viewpoint located at 615 meters above sea level, with a view of 360 ° degrees around and a very nice local restaurant – Jungle Route 360 °. This place can be called a small eco-settlement since the source of electricity here is solar energy, waste is sorted, organic waste is turned into compost for growing organic vegetables and fruits. If there is no fog, you will see Koh Pangan and Koh Tao, Bophut, Chaweng, Samui airport, the islands of the Angthong marine national park (primarily Paluai) and the coast of Khanom.
Lunch is very tasty, with a large selection of traditional Thai dishes, including the famous Tom Yam, Pad Thai, and fresh fruits. You will have time to enjoy the wonderful atmosphere and make magical photos.
The guide will acquaint you with the famous rubber tree and tell about the traditional method of rubber extraction and the production of all kinds of latex products.
The next point of the tour is the famous Magic Garden. You can write a lot about it, but it’s better to see it. The creations of Mr. Nim, who lives here, are impressive and at times seem alive.
Then you will travel to the last point of your journey – Namuang 2 waterfall, located on the territory of Namuang Safari Park, where you can refresh and swim in a cool waterfall. At this time on the waterfall, there is practically no one, and you can fully enjoy the beauty and sounds of the jungle.
After bathing it is time to go to the hotel! The staff will be very happy if you fill out the questionnaires by answering a few questions to improve the service.
Features of the tour: when you book a tour without trekking, we will try not to bring you to a safari park, where you need to wait for skaters, and we will go straight to the waterfall.
If you want to ride a zip line, please inform us in advance, and we will stop at Sky Fox, where you can pass 4 or 7 stations. At lunchtime, vegetarian and vegan dishes are offered.
Child (from 4 to 11 years old)4-12 years old
Infant (under or equal 3 years old)
Free of charge
The tour starts not from the standard temples of Koh Samui, such as Big Buddha, but immediately runs to the jungle in the mountains! On your way, you will make a stop at the viewpoint overlooking Koh Phangan, and then you will find the highest panoramic viewpoint on Koh Samui with the statue of the Walking Buddha.
Then you will have an opportunity to relax in the pool with a panoramic view of the surroundings on top of the mountain, surrounded by statues of dinosaurs. Here you will have lunch (Thai buffet) with drinks. Vegetarians and vegans will not be hungry – they have a special menu!
After lunch you will visit one of the most interesting and unusual places in Koh Samui, which is not included in any group tour – the cultural center of Dhewa Dusit, located to the west of the island. Here you will see sculptures brought from different parts of Southeast Asia and India examine the house on the water, you can try on traditional Thai costume (male or female) or its elements and take extraordinary photos with ancient sculptures at the background! On the territory of the complex, there are orchids and peacocks.
The next point is the waterfall Namguang 1 where you can enjoy the scenery and to swim. Here you can see one of the most beautiful temples of Samui – Wat Sila Ngu. The decoration of this temple is made of raw clay, which gives an unusual terracotta shade to it. The last point will be a view point at the rocks.
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Child (from 5 to 12 years old)
Infant (under or equal 4 years old)
Free of charge