Travel And Snorkel Nice And Safe With In Sea Speedboat: The Best Island Tour Provider

Koh Samui, Surat Thani Muang Thai (PressExposure) August 10, 2011 -- The Gulf of Thailand is a nature created heaven; in particular the Surat Thani Province with its many islands and beautiful sea, which attracts Thai and foreign tourists to the South of Thailand all year round. The main and most famous islands are Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao mainly because of the unspoilt nature as well as water and land activities such as snorkeling, kiteboarding, kayaking, scuba diving, rock climbing, canopy adventures and of course the world famous Full Moon Party.

In Sea Speedboat is a provider of island and snorkeling tours in the Surat Thani province. We have two different sizes of speed boats and strictly follow the navigation and safety rules in place. We also have a first class insurance and provide on board life jackets for adults and children. All our captains have more than ten years experience driving speedboats around the local islands and know the sea.

We are delighted to offer a special package for a day trip as following:

Package Tour plus room for 1 night and a shuttle from the airport only 3200 Baht (breakfast not included).

In Sea Speedboat offers two popular packages to choose from:

Angthong National Marine Park Itinerary

07.15 - 07.30 Transfer from your hotel to the pier at Bangrak beach with our complimentary: hot coffee, hot tea, bread, fresh fruit.

08.00 Leave the pier for an hour cruise to Koh Angthong.

09.00 Arrive on Koh Wao located on the northern part of Koh Angthong and enjoy snorkeling in a beautiful bay surrounded by coral reef and colorful underwater life.

10.00 Cruise across the amazing limestone islands: Monkey Sawasdee Island and Koh Sam Sao and enjoy steep cliffs sightseeing on the way to Koh Mea.

10.20 Arrive on Koh Mea where you can climb up the stairs to the view points overlooking a unique inner sea and fantastic scenery over the national park.

12.30 On Koh Paluay, meet the fishermen and have a delicious Thai buffet lunch at the fisherman village restaurant.

13.30 After lunch plenty of time for kayaking, relaxing, sunbathing or swimming at Song Pee Nong beach.

15.30 Cruise back to Koh Samui.

16.30 Back on Koh Samui and transfer back to your hotel.

Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan Itinerary

07.15 - 07.30 Transfer from your hotel to the pier at Bangrak beach with our complimentary: hot coffee, hot tea, bread, fresh fruit.

08.00 Leave the pier to Koh Nang Yuan by speedboat.

09.30 Arrive on Koh Nang Yuan with its triple connected beach, a natural miracle of creation. Snorkel or climb up to the view point.

11.30 Leave Koh Nang Yuan to Koh Tao's "Aow Hin Wong" and enjoy the Thai buffet lunch at View Rock Resort.

12.30 After lunch enjoy snorkeling and see the "Giant Clam".

13.30 Depart from "Aow Hin Wong" to "Leam Kha Joam Fai", the light house, which is also a popular snorkeling spot.

15.00 Cruise back to Koh Samui.

16.30 Back on Koh Samui and transfer back to your hotel.

This package is valid from now until 31st August 2011.

In Sea Speedboat, is the leading cruising operator company: traveling with us you can be assured happiness, fun and safety. If you plan to visit Samui, come and travel with In Sea Speedboat and get a unique experience of the Gulf of Thailand.

If you wish to navigate quick and safe, think In Sea Speedboat!

About Hotel Marketing Thailand

In Sea Speedboat is a provider of island and snorkeling tours in the Surat Thani province.All our captains have more than ten years experience driving speedboats around the local islands and know the sea.

Contact Information
In Sea Speedboat LTD, PART
Office Address: 16/1 M4, Bophut, Koh Samui, Suratthani 84320.
Tel. 077-447739-41
Fax 077-447741
E-mail: info@inseasnorkelingsamui.com
Website: http://www.inseasnorkelingsamui.com

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Press Release Submitted On: August 10, 2011 at 4:50 am
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