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Koh Chang: Full-Day Reefs or Wreck Sites Snorkeling Trip

1. Koh Chang: Full-Day Reefs or Wreck Sites Snorkeling Trip

Discover the fascinating underwater world around Koh Chang or Koh Rang National Park on this full-day snorkeling tour. After a comfortable hotel pickup, you will be driven to the Bang Bao Pier where you will receive your snorkel equipment, mask and fins. Hop aboard the boat, put on your life jacket and get ready for a marine adventure. Your boat will depart at 9 AM. Visit the beautiful coral sites around Koh Chang on some days, and head to Koh Rang National Park on other days, depending on weather and sea conditions. Both areas are stunning and offer prime snorkeling spots. The Koh Chang sites include a shipwreck, while the National Park sites include a beach stop. Enjoy a total of 3 diverse snorkeling stops. Feel comfortable in the presence of your expert guide, or explore the reefs by yourself if you're an experienced snorkeler. Indulge in a tasty lunch buffet with delicious non-spicy food, and refresh with fresh fruit in the afternoon. Your boat will return between 4 and 5 PM, after which you will be transferred back to your hotel to enjoy the rest of your evening.

Chiang Mai: Doi Suthep National Park Hike & Bike Tour

2. Chiang Mai: Doi Suthep National Park Hike & Bike Tour

Embark on a one-hour drive to the top of Doi Suthep National Park. Our first stop at Monthatan waterfalls gives us a glimpse into the diversity of flora in this National Park. Hike through the beautiful Northern Thai highlands to a forgotten Hill Tribe village. Take in the viewpoints to the east and to the north of the Mae Ping valley, where lunch will be had. After a good rest, start the ride down Suthep National Park on a smooth road. After a stop at the Queen Summer Palace and amazing views, continue to the famous Wat Suthep. The magnificent temple grounds reach 3600 feet in altitude. Continue cruising downhill on comfortable mountain bikes to the ancient Wat Pha Lat.

Koh Chang: Discover Scuba Diving for Beginners with 2 Dives

3. Koh Chang: Discover Scuba Diving for Beginners with 2 Dives

Enjoy a 1-day beginner's scuba diving program without certification. Explore the fascinating underwater world around Koh Chang or Koh Rang National Park on this full-day experience. After pickup from your hotel, travel to the Bang Bao Pier where you will hop aboard the boat and get ready for a marine adventure. The boat will depart at 9:00 AM. Receive an introduction to scuba diving and safety guidelines, followed by a few exercises in shallow water. Then, you will be taken on 2 dives to discover the coral reef.  Visit the beautiful coral sites around Koh Chang on some days, and head to Koh Rang National Park on other days, depending on weather and sea conditions. Both areas are stunning and offer prime snorkelling spots. The Koh Chang sites include a shipwreck, while the National Park sites include a beach stop.  Indulge in a tasty lunch buffet with delicious non-spicy food, and refresh your tastebuds with fresh fruit in the afternoon. Your boat will return between 4:00 and 5:00 PM, after which you will be transferred back to your hotel to enjoy the rest of your evening.

Koh Chang: 1-Day Diving Trip

4. Koh Chang: 1-Day Diving Trip

Explore Koh Chang on this fun day trip to swimming, snorkeling, and free-diving around the island. Usually, the boats are going either to the local dive sites, including the spectacular HTMS Chang shipwreck or to Koh Rang National Park where you will enjoy the clear waters and pristine coral reefs in this protected area.  Dive in small groups, all divers are guided by a divemaster. Full equipment is included for scuba-diving, free-diving, and snorkeling. It is possible to rent an underwater camera and take your pictures home on an SD card. Whether you are diving, snorkeling of free-diving, there is a briefing before you get wet. Each area is suited for diving, free-diving, and snorkeling. The PADI dive and free-dive courses are run of the same boat as the fun dives, making it possible for family and friends to have a day out together even when doing different activities. The boats have plenty of space making them comfortable for boat joiners as well.

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What people are saying about Eastern Thailand

Really excellent day. The crew were all super professional and friendly - they knew everything, had a solution to anything (my wife got seasick but they cured it!) and really care about the ocean and the coral. The boat was roomy, and they timed our stops really well so there weren’t any other tourist boats around.

A very nice day, we were a small group consisting of a few divers and snorkelers, we even had a guide for snorkeling..he sees many things that we would not recognize immediately. The whole crew was very nice and everything was professional, the food was great. For Koh Chang BB Divers is the best choice.

Good guides with a good sense of humour. Nice to see that fish and corals still are alive and Jackie our snorkeling guide showed us what the areas has to offer. Pickup was on time and the food on the boat was great too. All in all a really good value for money experience!

Staff and the experience on the boat was great, although the reefs are destroyed by uneducated or people that just don’t care about the ocean life, i.e. a lot of dead corals while the fish live was abundant

We were able to do 2 dives and snorkel, it was magical, we were very well accompanied.