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Koh Tan

Ko Samui, Thailand
+66 87 279 4341
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Koh Samui Island Cruise and Snorkel Full-Day Tour
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Snorkeling and Sightseeing at Koh Tan
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“clear water” (9 reviews)
Ko Samui, Thailand
+66 87 279 4341
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

As a family of four (2 teen boys) we completed a half day tour with Mr Man snorkeling company (booked through Samui Explorer). It was an awesome day out. Our guides snorkeled with us, pointing out sea life for us to see. They focused on...More

Thank Nikki S
Reviewed 21 September 2017

A small island off the SW corner of Samui. Very beautiful and peaceful for a short trip. Hire a long tail boat to do the trip, which would probably include going around Koh Mud Sum also. Not really a "must see" location, but a pleasant...More

Thank Jim P
Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

Went to koh tan with a trip organized by Mr Man (real name of the company! :) they picked us up from the hotel in the morning, drove to the pier, then... tail boat. I am not an expert in boats, to me it looked...More

1  Thank Mih_strikes
Reviewed 5 September 2017

Went here as part of the Sea Walking experience, we went snorkeling on the reef and it was perfect, shallow and loads of fish and very clear.

Thank spendleb48
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

I went to do half day snorkeling with Mr.Man at Koh Tan is in south of koh samui. Take a long tail boat about 15 minutes. Then they took you to do snorkeling. This is my first trip that have a guide in the water....More

1  Thank Nate K
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Such a great way to enjoy the water & scenery. It was so relaxing , the guys are so helpful and safe especially with learners .They will even snorkel with you & keep an eye on you and show you some of the things in...More

2  Thank luckymick384
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

Visited a Koh Tan for lunch and snorkeling after traveling to the mainland to watch pink dolphins (which was amazing). We snorkeled well out from the beach, off the boat, and the water was quite clear with a good number of different fish. Pity about...More

1  Thank JennMarkCarter
Reviewed 1 May 2017

The island is located in the south of Ko Samui. It can be reached by boat easily from Koh Tan Pier. Long boats can be rented on a day base. First they go to the east side of Ko Tan for snorkeling. The water was...More

Thank Christian W
Reviewed 1 April 2017

arranged snorkeling here as part of a group through tour agent in Chaweng. Cheaper alternative than full day excursion to the north of Samui and also a conservative bet in case of bad weather or the kids (9 & 12) didn't enjoy it. Turned out...More

2  Thank standardfamily474
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Only a half day tour but worth the money, water is clean and coral is live, plenty of fishes and sea creatures. Morning price is more expensvie than afternoon as lunch is included. Bring extra cloth just incase the sea is rough ( change after...More

1  Thank Kensynooi
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