A unique opportunity to stay overnight in the place which inspired Alex Garland to write his famous novel "The Beach" - Wua Ta Lap island *translated from Thai as "the sleeping cow" in Angthong national marine park.
IMPORTANT! When book please choose:
For overnight tour (for any number of nights) we offer two following options:
|Type of accomodation||Price for the night|
|Tent for 2 people||250 Baht|
|Additional mattress||50 Baht|
|Type of accommodation||Price for one night|
|Ang Thong 101 (Lom Huan) for 8 people 3 bedrooms, 3 water closets, mattresses, fans||1,400 Baht|
|Ang Thong 102 (Kan La Pang Ha) for 6 people 2 bedrooms, 2 water closets, mattresses, fans||800 Baht|
|Ang Thong 103-104 (Pa Ra Rang 1, 2) for 2 people 1 bedroom, 1 water closet, mattress, fan||500 Baht|
You will get to the island by speedboat or Thai boat as the ordinary tourists. But you will return only the next day or even later with other travellers. You will see the island becoming uninhabited, and becoming a tropical paradize.
In the evening you can take kayak and travel around various islands alone. While sitting on the beach, you can enjoy starry sky and even make a wish when stars are falling.
If you will be able to wake up before the sunset, you can climb up to the view point in the jungle to see the sun rising. This will surely be the most beautiful sunset in your life!
In the morning you will have time for breakfast and swimming in the sky-blue sea.
Attention! The price depends on the type of tour to the Angthong park and type of accommodation you will choose. The full list of available transfers can be seen on our site: Tours to the Angthong National Marine Park.
We were in a fairy tale! We want to tell everyone! Even a family of monkeys on the antenna deserves a praise! You can use your cell phone, but the signal is only enough for messages. No devices can be charged because current network is rotten, all the lamps blink.
When you are back to Koh Samui, you find yourself in another civilisation. After we had spent the whole day kayaking between islands, my son told me that he wanted to stay there for 2-3 months. I also did not want to leave. We saw there a European who had been staying there in his tent for a month and said that he had visited ten parks in Thailand in such a way.
As for accommodation is concerned, first we lived in a 6-bed bungalow together, on the ground floor there were two bathrooms and a hall, on the first floor there were two bedrooms, the bathrooms were too uncomfortable and there was almost no electricity (then repaired). And then I liked 2-bed bungalow: compact and almost neat(There were some cracks in the walls and there was no toilet paper). When I finally got the paper, I tried to put it in its place and hordes of ants attached me, so I had to run for help.
But all this is trifle when compared to nature. It's gorgeous and I really want to go there now for a week or two. But first you need 5-7-day acclimatisation. The tour itself is, of course, somewhat formal: go here, go there, it's time to go back. We had some snorkeling but Koh Tao is more suitable for this. Kayaking here is around the island opposite to the camp (by the way, then saw wild pigs). On the observation deck, we climbed the next day while there was no one, we visited the cave today (did not impressed).
In second bungalow with the electricity was OK, we could charge all the devices.
Generally everything was Ok, the guide was very helpful.
Koh Sanuk, thanks for a great trip!
I recommend it to those who loves adventures.