You are picked up from your hotel and taken on a spectacular drive up the mountain and through the forests of Koh Samui to the first stop which is the Grandfather/Grandmother Rocks, beside which is a market that sells handmade Thai products and souvenirs. The tour then heads to the Na Mueang waterfalls where you can swim in the refreshing cool water. There are two waterslides and two zip-lines here that you can ride for an adrenaline fueled euphoria. After this bout of rejuvenation, the tour stops at the KhunaramTemple, where you can observe a real mummified monk. The tour then takes a short break for lunch at an authentic Thai restaurant with a mountain view where you can feast on delights from the local cuisine.
You are then taken to Buddha’s Magic Garden, where amidst the lush tropical vegetation lies highly artistic Buddhist statues. This gem of a place lies hidden in the canopy of the hillside, after which you visit a rubber making plantation. The sheer greenery of the islands puts you in a joyful daze of natural adventure. The final stop is at the Phra Yai Temple, which houses a 12 metre long Big Buddha statue that spreads serenity and calmness into the hearts of travelers before being dropped off to respective accommodations.