Ang Thong National Marine Park is a fascinating archipelago of 42 or so islands in the Central Gulf Coast of Southern Thailand. It is northwest of Ko Samui
Most of the islands are close to each other, making a breathtaking panorama when sailing around the park. All the islands are of different sizes and shapes. Most of them are covered with tropical forests and named after their distinguishing geography, a kind of descriptive appellation, such as ‘Sleeping Cow Island’ and ‘Three Pillars Island’. Ko Wua Talap is the island that contains park headquarters, Buaboke Cave, as well as the famous view point from where you can see the panoramic view of the National Park.
Thalae Nai lake is an emerald saltwater lake in the middle of an island is encircled on all sides by limestone cliffs, but linked by an underground tunnel to the sea. Reaching the lake entails a strenuous climb of 40 minutes or so, but is rewarded with a spectacular view across the whole park.
|07.30 AM||A van will pick you up from your hotel to Na Thon Pier|
|08.30 AM||Cruise to Ang Thong National Marine Park. We will provide coffee, tea, bread and fruits on board.|
|09.45 AM||Arrived the Ang Thong Natoinal Marine Park, Ko Wua Talap (Sleeping Cow Island). You can see a stunning view of the whole 42 islands from the top of a hill, visit Tham Bua Bok cave to see hanging rocks then enjoy water activities like swimming, snorkeling or spend your time on beach.|
|12.30 PM||Enjoy buffet lunch on board.|
|01.30 PM||Visit Thalae Nai Lake, a saltwater lake surrounded by limestone cliffs. Enjoy water activities like snorgling, sea cayaking, get in touch with well preserved nature of the national marine park.|
|03.00 PM||Leave the national marine park, we will provide snacks and drinks on board.|
|05.00 PM||Arrived Na Thon Pier, a van will send you back to your hotel safely.|