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Coral Island + Banana Boat

Tour code: 20180904-279

Start: 21-09-2018

Location starting: Thailand

Time: Days


Great Value & Benifit :  You will experience the beautiful sea, clear water, white sand,  great swimming, great snorkeling, new freind, good services and get the new experience for your travelling.

Near the island of Phuket, the islands are rich in beauty and are known to the touch. Approximately 20 minutes with a white sandy beach. There are plenty of shallow water coral reefs and clear water and see fish swimming.

08.00 am.     Pick up from PHUKET hotel to Chalong pier.

09.00 am.     Depart from Chalong pier to Coral Island.

09.30 am.     Relax time on Coral Island with Banana Boat and the rest water sport activities ( on your own account ).

12.30 am.     Lunch at restaurant on the island.

15.00 pm.     Depart from Coral Island to Chalong pier.


Land transfer round trip by minivan.
Sea transfer round trip by speedboat.
Lunch & Soft drink.
Admission fee.
English speaking.
Basic equipment for Snorkeling.




Itinerary may be subject to change or cancellation according to local weather conditions. A child under 3 years old is free of charge travelling with the parent. Pregnancy is not allowed or people with back or neck problems. This trip is suitable for ages 4-60 years. The highlight of the trip are Snorkeling ,swimming and sightseeing Free transfer from Phuket Town, Patong, Kata and Karon beach. 



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