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Full-Day Diving and Snorkeling in Koh Tao

Highlights
  • 7-hour two-dive trip to Koh Tao from Koh Samui
  • See native wildlife in their natural environment
  • Explore a scenic marine park
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Full-Day Diving and Snorkeling in Koh Tao
From US$81.85
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Snorkeling - Koh TaoMost Popular
Snorkeling at Koh Tao, 2 sites, all inclusive
US$81.85
Scuba Diving - Koh Tao
2 dive trip to Koh Tao, all inclusive.
US$152.88
Overview
Explore the stunning reefs and wildlife of Ang Thong Marine National Park on a full-day diving and snorkeling tour with a small group and professional guides from Koh Samui. Certified divers can take two dives during the all-day trip, with time to enjoy the scenery, snorkel and eat lunch on a stunning, 37-foot custom speedboat during your surface interval. Choose peace of mind by traveling with an experienced, professional company so you can enjoy Thailand diving at its best.
What to Expect

Meet your guide at your Koh Samui hotel, and join your guides for a briefing as you eat a light breakfast at a beachfront bar. Set out for Koh Tao from an island pier; you’ll have a maximum of four certified divers per guide throughout the day, though many trips maintain a 2:1 ratio. Enjoy water and soft drinks on board a boat that’s stocked with life vests, a first aid kit, emergency O2 and a marine toilet. Travel with a crew of trained emergency first responders and rescue divers.

Make the first dive of the day, with plenty of time to look for Ang Thong Marine Park’s remarkable wildlife: find bright angel fish and parrot fish, blue swimming crabs and lots of bright corals. The marine park is also home to the timid black-tip reef shark, giant clams and blue-spotted fantail rays.

After your first dive, moor in a quiet cove for a hearty lunch—dishes range from classic Thai meals to Western dishes, while vegan, vegetarian and kosher options are available on request. Dive a second time after a 1-hour surface interval, then enjoy free time to swim off the edge of the boat, snorkel above shallow-water coral, or simply soak up the sun on deck before returning to your Koh Samui hotel.

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Diving Sail Rock and Koh Tao

Me and my family (11 year old and 15 year old + other half) spent 2 full days diving with the Silent Divers team. Had a superb time. All of the team were good fun spoke a mix of languages and were very accommodating. We...More

Thank Russell M
Reviewed 3 July 2018
Proffessional quality with a lot of fun

I was diving with Silent divers and John as an instructor on June 2018. The trip was to Koh Tao where we had both dives. Both dives shold have been on other dive area on that day, but due to weather Koh Tao was chosen....More

Thank Lauri L
Reviewed 29 June 2018
Absolutely fantastic.

My niece and I visited Koh Samui last week and because of Trip Advisor reviews, we booked in to dive/snorkel with Silent Divers. They were able to accommodate us on the same boat which is what we wanted. I'm in my 60's and hadn't dived...More

1  Thank Gillianarto
Reviewed 9 May 2018
Nice instructor good learning

We did the PADI certification with Juo (German guy I think). it was very nice, we learnt a lot and we spend a very good time there. Highly recommended. We did not go to koh tao, that was a pity, we just went to the...More

Thank Raul I
Reviewed 7 May 2018
Amazing Experience!!

I took PADI certificate with Silent Divers a little over a week ago and I am so happy and enjoyed it a lot. They answered all my emails very quickly and Steve arranged well for my last-minute register. Ivo Deinert, my instructor, is very patient,...More

Thank PwintPK
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