We will pick you up at your hotel between 09.00 and 09.30 to bring you to the boat location – in the wild part south of Samui.
You will be greeted by our French speaking guide who will explain the day before how to boarding a long tail boat. We will head for Koh Tan, a small island south of Samui where live thirty people without electricity or running water. After a 20-minute crossing, we will make a first snorkling stop on the coral reef, swim with the fish, discover the beautiful seabed. Then we will introduce you to the traditional fishing, the goal being to catch some fish to grill them with the bbq on a small deserted beach for the aperitif on Koh Tan or Koh Matsum, according to the winds and currents of the moment. Finish the swimming and relax in this small lagoon, a nice corner of paradise with the tasting of rum Samui ti-punch, shrimp fritters and fresh fish bbq. We will then at Koh Tan where a fisherman will welcome us and you will cross the island aboard his small tractor arranged to take you home for lunch: a magical place. On the menu, fresh fish and local Thai dishes by the sea. After eating, we will visit the cave with bats, we will then discover the vegetable garden and the various plants of the garden of the inhabitants. We will then go on the small trails of Koh Tan for a walk through the mangrove with fauna and flora explanations. At the end of the day, a last swimming before returning to Samui.
A truly authentic magical day at Koh Tan fishermen. A wild nature remained intact, deserted beaches and inhabitants who still live on site all in small community. I recommend you not to miss this splendid day.