Koh Samui Water Sports

Here you will find what you need to know about water sports in Koh Samui
Sailing

samui-watersportsMore than eighty islands are spread over 50 miles of tropical seas. Beautiful, white-sand beaches, fringed with coconut palms and lush vegetation stretching over bizarre limestone hills.

Cool waterfalls cascading over towering granite boulders. Koh Samui’s archipelago with its neighboring islands of Ko Phangan, Ko Tao is a National Marine Park.

Scuba Diving

samui-watersports (2)Thailand is the central focus for scuba diving in Southeast Asia. Thousands of people learn to dive in Thailand every year and become avid divers for life. There are world-class locations for every level of expertise and scores of professional. Well-established dive shops are located all over the southern peninsula. Diving in Thailand is competitively priced, and once you have achieved your certification in Thailand, you can use it to go scuba diving all over the world.

Diving is available at all times of the year, although visibility changes according to the season. The best time to dive is from October to April, and in the Gulf of Thailand from May to September — in other words, first-class diving all year round!

Snorkeling

Just snorkeling through the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand, enjoying the exotic marine life is a pleasure. You can book full-day and half-day tours to the best spots of this magical world. The surrounding islands offer the chance of a lifetime to spot the beauty below the waves – and in clear water.

Speedboat

tail-rotor-shaft-238434_640Most Speedboat depart from Bophut pier and offer beautiful sight seeng from the boat. On most trips you also can enyoye snorkeling on most picturesque pleaces in this area.

Parasailing

parasailing-64656_640A very save way to parasail. Parasailing on board. Up and down on the boat ensure your soft landing,more safety and more enjoyable.

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