Tanote Villa Hill

20 / 3 m3, Tanote Bay, Ko Tao, 84360, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20 / 3 m3, Tanote Bay, Ko Tao, is near Koh Nang Yuan, Island Cruises, and Rocky Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Tao

    Scuba Diving, Turning 25, & Saying Bye to Asia

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... restaurant, one of the greatest things about it is that they pick you up and drop you off wherever you want. It was an absolutely amazing day and could not have imagined a better way to spend it.

    After my birthday we went to Bangkok for more street pad thai and fresh fruit. We were pleasantly shocked when we were walking down Ram Butri Road and Max, a French guy who we had met months ago in Jodhpur, India, was walking the other way. He and Jason recognized each other, ...

    Day 10-12

    A travel blog entry by rustynay on May 26, 2014

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    ... floor and promptly passed out. We must of looked a sight and I half wish somebody else had been with us to take a picture! So the first night we stayed in a beach hut on sairee beach, which is one of the busiest ones on the island. The hut wasn't bad but not as nice as the one on ko samui, the beach was also a little disappointing as it was quite polluted with litter etc. ko Tao is the island furthest from the mainland in the gulf of thailando and is quite cut off ...

    Thailand - Ko Tao

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Apr 17, 2014

    38 photos

    ... fisherman boats around which was really good because it’s always better when the dive site is not so much crowded. After a small briefing we suited up and were ready for the water!

    This time we were going to 18 meters and it was the last test for us to get the certification. Tez was quite nervous because of going so deep and having to take the mask off but all of us had to do it in order to get certified.

    Sail Rock is a big rock in the middle of ...

    Day 9 - To Pang

    A travel blog entry by bbiisshh on Apr 13, 2014

    ... company to see if we could move our ferry from the 16th to tomorrow morning. This meant that we would miss the full moon party but we weren't bothered and it did mean that if we left early we would have more time in phi phi which would be lovely. We went back to bed early hoping that when we got to the pier at 7am they would allow us to get on an earlier ferry. Safe to say we wanted to leave the island as soon as possible.....! ...

    Diving Deep into a Wreck

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 12, 2014

    5 photos

    ... doing a "fun dive", but we elected to dive the wreck and a deep dive and are now 2/5ths of the way towards our Advanced Certification.

    The first dive yesterday was the "deep dive". Along with our dive master Jo and dive master in training Pete, who assisted with our course, we dove about 24 metres or so. We saw a school of barracudas (there had to have been hundreds of them) and that was quite cool. Then, later in the dive we were ...