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Sea Kayaking around Samui

Koh Samui Activities | Enjoy yourself going Sea Kayaking on Samui Island

On reaching Samui Island, you find that its shoreline offers a wealth of marine, plant and animal life worth having a close look. And the best way to study this marine life is by spending a few hours or day sea kayaking on Samui Island. There are many agencies on Samui Island that offer one day, half day and overnight guided trips for you to go sea kayaking on.

Explore Samui Island through sea kayaking

The popular beaches of Samui Island also offer kayaks to rent for sea kayaking. And there are two companies on Samui Island that will take you to the two scenic locations of Samui Island, Blue Star Kayaking and Sea Canoe for maximum sea kayaking pleasure.

Blue Star Kayaking offers professional guides to accompany you while exploring caves and secret beaches while going sea kayaking. These sea kayaking trips of Samui Island also permit you to go venturing on foot through rainforests and narrow ravines while exploring Samui Island. You can also go snorkeling in the sea after going sea kayaking; and after all this, you are sure to declare this trip to be a truly unforgettable experience.

You may see a whale shark while on a sea kayaking trip

Another destination on Samui Island worth visiting for sea kayaking is the beautiful Angthong Marine National Park. On arriving here, your first sea kayaking trip will be one traveling along the coast of Koh Mae Koh off Samui Island. Here you get to cruise beneath huge rock over hangings, while getting to experience the most beautiful beach found in Thailand.

On passing through the dense forests and deep ravines of the park, you reach one of the greatest sights of the park, the Talay Nai. This is a saltwater lake in the island that provides a variety of marine life. from here, you have to go sea kayaking and snorkeling to the northern part of the park, Tai Plao where you get to kayak amongst bizarre rock formations while venturing into hidden caves and lagoons.

If you are lucky, you may get to go sea kayaking alongside the majestic, and awesome whale shark of Samui Island too!


Last Updated: 05 Feb 2008