Hiking Koh Samui
Hiking Koh Samui is a great way to see the Island of Koh Samui that many tourists never get to see. The uninhabitable tropical jungle lies at the central part of Koh Samui. Khao Pom Mountain is the highest at 635m. Here you will find lush green forests. Coconut farms beautiful flowers and
which all adorn the mountains in Koh Samui. waterfalls
There are three areas around the Island on the main roads for hike meeting points. Hiking Koh Samui can be done in the opposite direction if preferred. Private tours can have hotel transfers arranged.
Camping with Hiking Koh Samui
Camping is now also offered at a
beautiful spot in the mountain on the Island. For photographers, it is a heaven for sunrise and sunset pictures. The campground has a small restaurant with breakfast and dinner served. The showers and toilets are shared. You can rent camping equipment or if you prefer you can bring your own. Drinks and snacks are available at the site.
With hikes for beginners through to the experienced hiker, you will find a hike that suits you. Hours for the hikes depends on your experience and what your personal choices are. Jeeps are on hand at all times.
Hiking Koh Samui can be very strenuous but the views and opportunities of seeing the Island and its true beauty are unforgettable. Making new friends is a bonus and the chance to see how real Thai people live in the mountains is well worth the hike and the experience.
What to Bring Hiking Koh Samui
Wear sensible clothing and be sure to use sunscreen. Bring water and your camera. Inform the guide of any medical problems you may have. Follow the instructions on the website to book a place.
When hiking on Samui, do walks in the morning and late afternoon to avoid the hottest part of the
Koh Samui Sun. Booking at Hiking on Samui
Hikes are available to book directly through
Hiking on Samui.
Images and videos: Courtesy of Hiking Samui 2016