Jeep Safari is a fascinating tour that combine adventure through the jungle of Koh Samui with main attractions overview: Big Buddha, Hin Ta Hin Yai stones, Magic garden, temple Wat Khunaram and many others. In addition, you can take a sightseeing tour around island of Koh Samui on a comfortable Mini Bus.
We offer you a wide variety of diving tours for certified, non-certified divers, as well as the possibility of a snorkeling tour for family members and friends who do not want to dive. Our instructors speak various languages: English, Russian, French, German, Spanish, Dutch, etc.
Registration, license and insurance are provided for all our tours.
For group tours (each day and according to the time table) we can offer diving tours by special catamaran, large three-deck diving ship, speedboat (standard and VIP) and diving from the shore of Koh Nangyuan.
Koh Tao or "Turtle Island" is located at a distance of 60 km to the north of Koh Samui. Koh Tao is often called the pearl of the Gulf of Thailand. With just 7 km long, 3 km wide Koh Tao has terrific variety of beaches and beautiful bays. In the North West of Koh Tao, a kilometer away from it is a small island Koh Nang Yuan - the hallmark of southern Thailand.
Known as the best place to practice diving (island is assigned to the second level PADI category), the main priority of Koh Tao is diving. The total length of the coral reefs located in the coastal waters is more than 8 kilometers. Some coral reefs have shallow depths and creating a great place for snorkeling.
Ang Thong National Marine Park is composed of the 42 amazingly beautiful islands covered with primeval jungle. It's name translated from Thai means "The Golden Bowl". Marine Park is located in 30 km to the west of the island of Koh Samui and is the most popular destination for sea cruises.
Koh Phangan is the largest neighbour of Koh Samui located just in 12 km to the north. Koh Phangan fame acquired through large Open Air disco "Full Moon Party" which takes place every month on Haad Rin beach. However, apart from this Koh Phangan has numerous deserted beaches looks like lost tropical paradise.
Koh Tan and Five Islands are located in close proximity to south-east coast of Koh Samui. All tours start from Thong Krut pier. The southern coast of Koh Samui attracts with its unspoiled tropical beauty, authentic Thai atmosphere and unique colours of sunsets. Koh Tan island surrounded by a coral reef and this is the best closest to Koh Samui place for snorkeling.
Boat day trip along the coast of Koh Samui. You will see the lost bays and hidden beaches, islands Koh Tan and Five Sisters, swims near cliffs Hin Ta and Hin Yai and pass the golden Big Buddha on the island Fan.
Fishing game in the waters of Koh Samui is a very popular form of entertainment among avid fishermen, and among those who held the bait a couple of times in life. Tropical waters are very rich of fish, so usually nobody come back without a catch. Fishing boats depart from Thong Krut pier in the south of Koh Samui or from Big Buddha pier in the north. Experienced captain will choose for you the best fishing spots. You can cook your catch right on board or take it home.
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Preliminary personal meeting or discussion on the phone the forthcoming journey with the map of the island. We get acquainted, find out all guests’ interests, choose sights to go, and appoint date of the tour.
You will travel by the air-conditioned minibus with professional driver and English-speaking guide.
We offer you to finish your fascinating tour with delicious lunch or dinner at one of the best restaurants that will be chosen according to your wish.
Phra Yai Temple with Big Buddha statue (the tallest statue on Koh Samui, it was built in 1972). On the territory of the temple you can have your fortune predicted with the help of ‘siamsi’ sticks, sign one of the facing bricks for the temple, or go around the Buddha statue clockwise and ring the line of bells with a big stick to ‘improve your carma’.
Chinese Temple of Guanyin with the Chinese Goddess of Mercy and Compassion who has 18 arm. The buildings of the temple are very colorful and they are spread on small islands of the artificial lake. Here you can feed the catfish (actually it is better to feed ‘fish of happiness’ – colorful carps, but waterlogging resulted in the extinction of all carps and breeding the catfish). On the territory, there is a temple with pictures of Buddha life.
If you like trekking, we can go for a small walk near Hin Lad waterfall with a small temple not far from the waterfall.
Cultural center Dhewa Samui (you can put on national clothes and take a photo) in Lipa Noi. There are many interesting exhibitions. Recently, a new flower garden with orchids and an aviary with peakocks (that can be fed with bread) have been opened. You will be offered a cool blue tea that changes its color if you add a fresh lime juice.
Relaxation and lunch on the beach at The Five Islands restaurant or any other restaurant to your choice (please inform us about preferred cuisine and location beforehand, we can have lunch somewhere else). More details on Samui’s restaurants you can find below.
Elephant’s gate and Kiri Wong Karam Temple with the second, ‘non-touristic’ mummified monk. Visiting of pier at Intercontinental hotel in Taling Ngam (stunning view over Five Islands).
Golden Pagoda at the sea shore and Khao Chedi – a unique temple where, according to the legend, the remains of Buddha are kept. There is a statue of Baby Buddha – an extraordinary baby who just after birth began to walk and speak.
The highest waterfall on Koh Samui Namuang 2. You will drive up the hill by 4×4 jeeps. If you wish, you can have elephant trekking and visit animal show.
Magical Garden and Signs of the Zodiac (sculpted images of zodiac signs with a beautiful view).
Chinese Temple in Hua Thanon, dedicated to the Chinese military commander – Guan Yu (years of life 160-219). He became famous for his courage and loyalty to the emperor. In 219 Guan Yu with his son, and squire were beheaded. span> Now he is usually depicted with a red face, green clothes and a guan dao in his hand – a pole with a wide sword at the end, his invention. Guan Yu is a character of Chinese folklore embodying fidelity, honesty and justice. He is considered to be the god of war and rain, the patron of the sellers of tofu cheese and the patron of writers.
Wat Khunaram with a mummified monk
Samret Temple with secret chamber of Buddhas.
Grandmother and Grandfather rocks at the sunset.
And much more….
If you are travelling with children, we can visit Paradise Park or small ‘Jurasic Park’ with sculprures of dinosaurs.