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Address: 25/2 Moo 2, Mae Haad, Ko Tao, 84280, Thailand | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 25/2 Moo 2, Mae Haad, Ko Tao, is near Koh Nang Yuan, Island Cruises, and Rocky Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Tao

    A whole lot of tanning

    A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Aug 11, 2014

    I found the sun!
    I had a great week on Ko Tao. Although it didn't get off to a great start as I didn't realize we'd be on the boat for so long (4 hours) and in stormy conditions. So my stomach didn't quite agree with that.

    But I was staying in a great bungalow just off the beach at Mae Haat. The beach itself there was ok, but its where …

    Diving on Turtle Island

    A travel blog entry by dearbev on May 31, 2015

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    ... street to another small hostel at the same price, so it ended up not being a huge deal. The atmosphere was better at the Shack, so we settled into our dorm and headed back across the street. Mike (one of the co-owners of TS) recommended a diving school to me that was right down the road, called La Bomboba. The 4-day SSI open water course was 7,500 Baht, about 2,000 Baht cheaper than all of the other schools I had researched. (Koh Tao is the ...

    Hello scuba!

    A travel blog entry by angryswan on Jan 21, 2015

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    Hit the airport really early for a 6am flight from Bangkok to Ko Samui, to then take a ferry to Ko Tao. So after doping myself up for the high speed ferry ride to keep seasickness at bay, I had a hard timed not falling asleep! This was especially difficult as there was nowhere for me to put my head as all the seat were benches and it was a full ferry. I did eventually arrive and was picked up by the diving school Buddha View. When I arrived, I was able to get into a session ...


    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... our respirator incase it became water logged, we practised that above the water and then had to go and practise it underwater. Our instructor said that that was going to be one of the only instructions given above water! Everything else he would demonstrate underwater and we would have to copy. First things first you have to breathe underwater, I'm not sure what I expected that to feel like but it feels very strange. If you're someone who doesn't really think too much ...

    We Chased Sharks! It is True!

    A travel blog entry by melnbruce on Jun 22, 2014

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    ... Melinda walked out to the water and within 5 steps sliced her foot on shells. Bad start. Then I noticed other people were checking their feet, treading carefully through water. No good here.

    Next beach was Ao Leuk which we also walked to by talking a shortcut over a tall, steep hill! Beach was lovely, coral great, fishes great, diving can be booked.

    Next plan was to get to Thian Og bay or as westerners call it, Shark Bay. Here ...