Koh Tao Holidays

Possibly Thaland's best kept secret, Koh Tao is an island of many delights.

Expect beaches of golden sands, secluded bays and an exciting scuba diving paradise, with Aow Muang being the top snorkelling spot on the island. As well as its beautiful beaches and wonderful waters, Koh Tao is also home to the Wat Koh Tao Buddhist temple where you can meet the monks and see their way of life, and is the ideal location for a spot of jungle hiking to reach amazing view points such as John Suwan and Koh Nang Yuan for unbelievable vistas of the island.

Combine your visit to Koh Tao with Koh Samui, just a few hours away by boat, or visit Bangkok for a complete contrast to the laidback island life. 

Destination Highlights
  • Scuba diving paradise
  • Spectacular Beaches
  • Visit Wat Koh Tao Buddhist temple

Our favourite hotels

Our favourite places to stay are below. We know everyone is different, so if you can’t see something you like, we'd be more than happy to help.


The Beach Club and Haad Tien Beach Resort Koh Tao

Koh Tao

H&J Rating

Guide Price

 €1,439  pp

The Beach Club and Haad Tien Beach Resort Koh Tao

Time Zone

+ 7 GMT


Thai baht (THB)

Visa Information

Irish citizens don’t need to obtain a visa if they’re staying less than 30 days.


English is widely spoken

Health Information

No special vaccines are required or recommended for travel to Thailand.

Frequently Asked Questions

Koh Tao is only accesable via boat from Koh Samui. The boat from Koh Samui takes around 2 hours.

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