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Popular holiday rental amenities in Ko Tao
Filters are conveniently available to help you personalise your search for a beautiful letting in Ko Tao. HomeToGo's data shows that internet and gardens prove to be the most frequently offered amenities in Ko Tao. Three amenities that aren't common are dishwashers, fireplaces and jacuzzis.
The Weather in Ko Tao
- Rainy days
Above are the weather conditions for Ko Tao. On average, the warmest month is May. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 26° in January. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is March.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Ko Tao
Users who are looking for hotel rooms in Ko Tao will have many different options, as this is the most prevalent accommodation option there. These properties have an average size of 40 m² as well as an average price of £53 per night. Moreover, these holiday properties tend to be a great choice for couples and small groups, since most can welcome 3 guests. If you would like to rent something else, you can find some other accommodation types, including house rentals, which are another popular type of accommodation in Ko Tao. House rentals have an average size of 116 m² in Ko Tao.
Swim with turtles and relax in your Ko Tao holiday accommodation
Stay in luxurious Ko Tao accommodation next to white beaches, lined with palms and perfect turquoise water. Come for turtle and shark watching, watersports, and dancing into the wee hours in paradise.
What are the best activities for families in Ko Tao?
Swim with turtles in Ko Tao
The island of Ko Tao is named after the turtles indigenous to the region. Turtles are kept in tanks at New Heaven Dive School, where children will be delighted to get eye to eye with these peaceful creatures. Why not rent a boat for the day, or take an organized tour to the island's top snorkelling sites? Families will be enthralled by the sharks that inhabit Ao Thian Ok Bay. Watch them from the rocks here before grabbing a kayak in Mango Bay to explore the coastline, which teems with vast shoals of fish.
What are the best nightlife spots in Ko Tao?
Clubbing holidays in Ko Tao
Ko Tao isn't just a paradise by day. By night, you can dive into the party ambience, with thumping beats and buzzing bars staying open until dawn. Come to Sairee Beach, where the bars and pubs line the waterfront. Here, you can take in a fire dancing show as you sip Sangsom whiskey, the island's favourite drink. Internationally regarded DJs often play gigs here, and dance parties are an almost nightly occurrence.
Where are the unique attractions in Ko Tao?
Diving trips and temples in Ko Tao
Diving trips depart daily, offering you the opportunity see a diversity of bright coral, where sharks and rays glide majestically through the warm water. Snorkelling around Sairee Beach is also splendid, with restaurants and cold drinks never more than a few meters away. Ao Mae Haad is thronged with boats and more diving schools, making it an ideal day trip. The perfect beaches of Koh Tao are fringed with jungles, where bright butterflies flutter in dappled sunlight. Also, don't leave without making the trip to ornate Wat Ko Tao, an atmospheric sacred temple with impressive views over the coastline.
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