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We were disappointed by the beach - you have to pay 100 baht entrance which would be okay if they would clean the beach. There were a lot of dead corals, and a lot of plastic at the beach... wouldn't go there again.
The bay looks pretty but the snorkeling was very bad.
we went snorkeling 3 days in this bay but couldn't see any sharks but we saw a turtle...quite disappointed.
some others tourists who use to come for years in koh tao told us that it...More
(We stayed at the cape shark pool villas for 3 nights (highly recommend. Especially due to the stunin views
Of shark bay
Although reef sharks
are rarely seen
On a good day after Sunrise or before sunset wile snorkeling You might be lucky
We stay in Koh Tao 3 more months, we always go to Shark Bay snorkeling when we have time.
1) Easy to see Turtle, about 60-70%, sometime can see 2 or more, they are friendly and don't afraid people, so you can easy swimming...More
This bay is just good for sunbathing but if you need some shade, there is not enough place for everybody under the tree.
The bay is so shallow that you cannot swim.There is a like way used by the boat to go go find some...More
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I think Aow Leuk Bay and Light House Bay on Koh Tao still have 50% of the coral living. I don't know whether you can call those places "walk-in". You could reach them from the shore but it would take too much effort and... More
I think Aow Leuk Bay and Light House Bay on Koh Tao still have 50% of the coral living. I don't know whether you can call those places "walk-in". You could reach them from the shore but it would take too much effort and climbing over rocks. I think you need to hire a boat.