Address: 50/1 Moo 3 Chalok Baan Kao, Ko Tao, 84360, Thailand | Resort
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This resort, located on 50/1 Moo 3 Chalok Baan Kao, Ko Tao, is near Koh Nang Yuan, Island Cruises, and Rocky Bay.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCarabao Ko Tao

Reviewed by jeffaheiman

Nice guest house, great dive school, greedy restaurant.

Reviewed Apr 8, 2014
by (31 reviews) Oak Grove , United States Flag of United States

Nice place, but the restaurant is really money grubbing. After I spent 16,000 baht on two diving courses and stayed in the guesthouse for a week, and ate sveral meals in the restaurant, they started trying to charge me 10 baht for hot water! Ridiculous. After that I boycotted the restaurant. They should recognize that trying to squeeze every possible penny out of customers is a sure way to lose business. They lost out on at least 5 meals from me in order to charge me 10 measly baht. Stupid!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Carabao Ko Tao

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Travel Blogs from Ko Tao

Finally, A Beach!

A travel blog entry by joemilsom on Aug 03, 2014

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... we were all cracking jokes it was so funny! The guy then turned off the tv and the AC vents then jumped out the window, bit weird?! We opened the vents and all slept. We arrived and checked into our hostel on the Island of Ko Tao, we did a bit of exploring and then just chilled in the beach as we hadn't been on one on a month or ...

Koh Tao- A Divers Paradise

A travel blog entry by jcruise on Jul 02, 2014

... Tao with one thing in mind, scuba diving. In the mid morning, I began my Advanced Open Water Certification allowing me to dive to depths of over 90 feet. The difference between depths of 60 feet and 90 feet in diving is enormous for being able to see things. My first dive of the day was a buoyancy control dive where we practiced how to stay level in the water to prevent sinking or rising. My second dive of the day was a navigation dive where we practiced how ...

Week 2 in Asia: Thai Islands

A travel blog entry by 2014-rtw-pands on May 01, 2014

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... at the entrance, luckily we were! For the first time we showed up without a booking (crazy for me, I know!) We were put into the 'maths' room, an airy and COLD 8 bed dorm. Having travelled all day without much food, we headed to the market to indulge in what would be the first of many pad thai's (a classic Thai noodle dish). Having been to Thailand before, Stu warned me every serving can be a different level of spiciness. It was delicious! We watched ...

We're off to the islands

A travel blog entry by laura_schofield on Apr 07, 2014

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We ventured into an activities company to book ourselves in and then spent the remainder of the afternoon on the beach!

Back at the hostel we had a brief nap and then headed out for dinner to the Cafe Del Sol. I decided to have a desert to cheer myself up as it seems the rumours were true and my I seem to be minus a few items of clothing now - must have had them taken from my locked bag whilst on the ...

Advanced course.

A travel blog entry by peterprest on Mar 26, 2014

... at the next dive sight!! We then said goodbye to Tom as he popped over to Hong Kong. I then did what I ended up doing the whole time while not diving and while Luke was working. I went back to my room and watched the movie channel in bed! I then got back on the boat and we went on our night dive. By the time we had dead mexicaned into the water it was completely dark. Diving White Rock dive sight in the dark ...