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Samaesarn : Finding Nemo Tour by Private speedboat1 Reviews
Enjoy a private snorkeling tour on Samae San island, just 45 minutes away from Pattaya, on a speedboat that takes you to some of the most stunning coral reefs and underwater landscapes in the region.
- Visit the best multiple snorkeling spots in Samaesarn
- Opportunity to relax on the boat's sun deck and enjoy complimentary refreshments
- Explore 360 degree vibrant marine life and stunning coral formations
DescriptionEnjoy a private snorkeling trip in Samaesarn, (45 minutes from Pattaya by car) Thailand on a speedboat that takes you to some of the most stunning coral reefs and underwater landscapes in the region. Your experienced captain will take you to the best snorkeling spots in the area, where you can explore the vibrant marine life and stunning coral formations. The clear waters and abundant marine life make Samaesarn an ideal destination for snorkeling. During your trip, you'll have access to all the necessary snorkeling gear, including fins, masks, and snorkels. You'll also have the opportunity to relax on the boat's sun deck, take in the beautiful scenery, and enjoy a complimentary refreshment. Your private speedboat allows you to customize your itinerary, so you can spend more time at the snorkeling spots that interest you the most. Your captain will also provide commentary on the local marine life and answer any questions you may have. After your snorkeling adventure, you'll return to the pier and enjoy a transfer back to your hotel or resort, with memories of a unique and unforgettable experience in Samaesarn.
IncludesSnorkeling Gear Private Speedboat Unlimited photography Life Vest Bottled Water onboard Multiple Island Hopping
- In case, Require hotel pick up, please inform us in advance. The service charges is charge on the actual amount paid to the taxi
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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