For the ones who need great privacy, Wota provides you Nautiness ll, Private Catamaran Cruising - Anthong Marine Park, the perfect trip which is both intellectual and entertaining.
Ang Thong National Marine Park is a pristine archipelago of 42 islands in the Gulf of Thailand with towering limestone mountains, thick jungle, white-sand beaches, fertile mangroves, waterfalls and hidden coves and lakes to explore. Within sight of Koh Samui, Ang Thong park is a protected area of more than 100 square kilometres of land and sea, and home to a rich variety of exotic wildlife and sea creatures. Snorkelling, sea kayaking, diving, sailing and simply relaxing on one of its idyllic beaches are the main activities to enjoy on Ang Thong. Besides aquatic activities, hiking is also very suitable for tourists since the forests are rich of wild lives. If you are lucky enough, you will see otters, gibbons and numerous kinds of tropical birds. Most of the tourists come here to have a one day tour by private or group yacht, and try to explore Ang Thong Marine Park as much as possible.
Wota provides you Nautiness ll Private Catamaran Cruising - Anthong Marine Park. For the ones who value privacy and need their own space, this is the perfect trip. We offer roundtrip transfer from and to your hotel, exclusive captain and crew member, and chef that prepares you fresh fruit, juice, water and Thai-style lunch buffet. Also, snorkeling equipments are prepared on board that you can avoid the crowd and choose a quiet, secret and private place to enjoy the best snorkeling experience. We even considerately provide you a tour guide on board to share the most interesting stories, history, and knowledge to you when the catamaran pass by each site.
The place not to be missed of Koh Mae Koh is definetely the emerald lagoon on the top of the surrounding mountains. In order to protect the environment, the stairs were built in traditional way with steep steps. What a great location for the nature lovers. It's not a long walk from the bottom to the top of the mountain, where you can overlook the enormous emerald lagoon on one side, and the spectacular ocean on the other. The emerald lagoon is connected to the ocean from its bottom, like the perfect jewelry inlaid within the mountains.
Koh Wua Talab is the biggest island among the archipelago, with visitor center to offer imortant information. A viewing platform is situated on the island to overlook the entire Anthong Marine Park, and some restaurants are there serving local cuisine. To visit the renowned Bua Boke Cave, the one filled with stalagmites and stalactites with strange formations, you will need to climb up the steep cliff with plenty of efforts. As well as the other islands, you can try snorkeling here, or take the yacht to the nearby beach to enjoy the incredible sunset.