Stand up paddle boarding at sunset

MOJO DIVERS KOH TAO

Koh Tao Activities

Being a small tropical island, Koh Tao has a lot of water-based activities available.

You can explore Koh Tao’s bays and coral reefs at your own pace or spend a few hours on the beautiful Koh Nangyuan (very instagramable!).  Apparently, the only place in the world where there are three islands connected by a sandbar.  You do have to pay an entry fee to get onto the island and you can’t take any plastic bottles.  Any of the local water taxis will take you there from Sairee beach and pick you up at an agreed time.

Let’s get physical

Feel like you need some physical activity?  Why not rent a stand-up paddleboard or kayak?  The sea conditions make this ideal with low to zero waves and weak to mild currents around the island for most of the year.  You can rent them from most of the beaches.

Time for Relaxation

Once you have finished your scuba diving course you can relax at one of the many great beaches such as Aow Leuk, Tanote Bay, Freedom beach or Jansom beach. Unfortunately, you now have to pay to get to most beaches when access used to be free.  But, all offer azure blue waters great for swimming or snorkeling; beautiful surroundings and a place or two to eat or drink and relax.

Need something more adventurous? There is rock climbing, abseiling, hiking trails and more.

If you have the energy to burn why not practice yoga or work up a sweat at the Muay Thai Training Gym; they have regular fight nights each month where you can watch several fights of different weight categories, it makes for a great night out. Fancy a workout? Then try Koh Tao Crossfit,  they have day, weekly or monthly passes.

rock climbing
Yoga paddle boarding, Sairee

For something more relaxing and fun there is mini-golf, lots of pool tables and beer pong tables .

Did I mention massages yet? There are loads of massage shops to rub away the stresses of travelling. Just walk down any street and you find them.

Do you want to know more about Koh Tao? Read also more about ‘How to get to Koh Tao‘?

Need a more relaxed activity or something that all the family or friends can do together, how about an authentic Thai cooking class at Idjangs Kitchen, they have over 10 years of commercial cooking experience and a passion for sharing their knowledge.

What about diving in Koh Tao?

If you don’t have 3 days for the Open Water course you can discover scuba diving in just one day and read more about Koh Tao scuba diving. Already a certified diver? Join Mojo Divers for your next-level dive course or just fun dives. Questions? Feel free to contact us.