Koh Samui, Thailand
Make your way to the hotel and kick off your journey with a cocktail and chill by the pool. Tonight, feast on a welcome dinner and get to know your island hopper buds. You’re in paradise – soak it up, make the most of it and prepare for the next few days of excitement.
Snorkel enthusiasts can feast on an optional full day tour as you splash your way around Angthong Marine Park. Zoom around the marine park and keep your eyes peeled for sea life and unreal blue waters. While you’re there, throw in a swim stop and get selfie-ing, too. Lunch is on the boat because #paradise.
Koh Samui to Koh Pha Ngan
Take one last dip with the coral before we head north to the smaller (but no less epic) island Koh Phangan. Notorious for its eccentric wildlife, this island is no stranger to a good time and awesome music. Spend the afternoon getting acquainted with the place and find your bearings through the town. Later, the evening is all yours to explore and find your own Thai nook for dinner.
Koh Pha Ngan
Free day = your day, your way. If you tire of hanging out in a hammock sipping on fresh coconut juice, head north on a long tail boat or make tracks to explore the quieter beaches.
Koh Pha Ngan to Koh Tao
On to Koh Samui and Koh Phangan’s baby, Koh Tao. Diving here is like ticking off Mount Everest for climbers, so be sure to don your snorkel and join an optional diving group. Dip into the water for a swim. And another. Maybe one more?
If you’re not in the water soaking up the sun, sea and good vibes, there’s hiking, rock climbing and bouldering for the adventure seekers. Want to flop down for the entire day one last time? Head to Chalok Baan Khao towards the south for some perfect lazing in the sun. If you’re in the mood for a hike, make your way to Ao Plaay Laem for the best damn sunset this side of the country. Make sure to return for tonight's farewell dinner where we give our hugs and goodbyes before we depart tomorrow.
Koh Tao to Koh Samui
The trip ends after we arrive back in Koh Samui as we say our goodbyes. If you have a few extra days, why not keep exploring?