Busabout Thai East Islands Tour
Find your island paradise
Time to sit back and relax on the white sandy beaches of Thailand on the Busabout Thai East Islands Flexi-Hopper tour. Or, if relaxing isn’t your thing, get out and amongst it by joining a snorkel tour, sightseeing the local attractions, hiking through uninhabited jungles, kayaking, all the water sports you could throw a stick at or even learn how to scuba dive. There’s plenty to discover on Koh Samui, Koh Tao and Koh Phangan and your Busabout guide will help you find it.
Below is the trip details for the Busabout Thai East Islands Flexi-Hopper. This trip includes:
- Private transfers between Busabout recommended accommodation and the port
- All local ferries between islands
- Plus a fantastic Western Busabout guide. It could be me leading you!
How does the Busabout Thai Islands Flexi-Hopper work?
Simply choose which dates you want to move from island to island. The minimum stay is 2 nights per island, and the maximum is 6 months, so it really is flexible. A Busabout Guide visits the island every 3 days. I recommend 2 nights on Koh Samui, 5 nights on Koh Tao and 2 or 5 nights on Koh Phangan. It largely depends on how much time you have and what you want to see. The last stop on the Flexi-Hopper is Koh Samui, so you can stay there for longer at the end of your trip if you want.
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Time to sit back and relax on the white sandy beaches of Koh Samui. Or, if relaxing isn’t your thing, get out and amongst it by joining a snorkel tour of Ang Thong Marine Park. There you’ll see the famous Emerald Lagoon and calm waters of the 42 island archipelago. Hike up to the view point and try to count them all. In town you’re able to party into the wee hours as Soi Green Mango quite literally goes off until dawn. Before you do that make sure you fill your belly with the hottest international cuisine such as Mexican, German, Italian – and there’s Thai food too if you feel like eating local.Email me now to get a great deal on this trip!
My favourite island – and possibly everyone else’s who visits this untouched isle. Koh Tao is where all the tanned divers go to explore the crystal clear waters. Underneath the surface you’ll find rays, colourful fish, unbelievable coral and (if you’re lucky) a gigantic whale shark. It’s only 13km wide so hiking from tip to tail is very possible, although be warned it is one bumpy walk. Also on the island is the very popular Koh Tao Pub Crawl (held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays). With so much to do – you’ll want to join the many other expats who couldn’t leave.
While the most famous event on Koh Phangan is the internationally renowned Full Moon Party, it’s not the only activity to do there. There are all the water sports you could throw a stick at, such as first class scuba diving, stand up paddle boarding, swimming or just chilling by the lovely beaches. Join us on the Safari Adventure where you get to have a big day out: included is snorkelling, kayaking, a hike past waterfalls to a gorgeous view point, a tree top zipline course, archery and a visit to the local Buddhist temple.
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