Red Baron

Join us in Angthong National Marine Park on the largest authentic wooden yacht in Gulf of Thailand and get unforgettable impressions and pleasure from the cruise for the whole day. You will enjoy a relaxing atmosphere and comfort during your stay on board. Visit the island Vua Talap with a multi-level observation deck with a max. 500 meters high, from where it opens breathtaking view of the entire marine park as well as families of langur monkeys to watch in their natural habitat. With an optional visit to the Marine Life Museum. Visit Mae Island Koh, famous for the Emerald Lake, located in the crater of a long-extinct volcano. You will be able to climb to the top of the crater and explore this gem of a marine park.

Prices: ฿3700 Adult, ฿1850 Children (5-10 years). Free for children up to 5 years old (1 adult / 1 child)


07.30 Transfer from the hotel to the pier
08.30 Registration
09.00 Boarding a Red Baron for a journey to the Angthong Marine Park. Breakfast on board
11.00 Island Mae Koh, well-known for the Emerald Lake , located in the crater of a long extinct volcano. You will be able to climb to the top of the crater and to sightseeing this Pearl of the Marine Park.
12.30 Lunch on board
13.30 Island Wua Talap with a multi-level viewpoint with a max. height 500 meters, from there you will get a breathtaking impression over the whole Marine Park, and with a families of langur monkeys, that can be spied on in their natural habitat. With additional activity visiting the museum of sea life. Nice beach will invite you for a swim & sunbathing.
16.00 Cruising back to Koh Samui while relaxing on board and watching a sunset before returning back to the port.
18.45 Arrival at Koh Samui, transfer to the hotel

What's Included

Hotel/Villa transfer
Welcome drink
Full Breakfast
Lunch Buffet on-board
Variety of fresh fruits
Soft drinks, water, coffee and tea
Afternoon snacks
Admission fee
Snorkelling equipments
English speaking host on board (Chinese, German, Russian host upon request)

Please Note

Tour program can subject to change depending on tide and weather condition.