Koh Mook is a small idyllic island in the Andaman Sea, which consists mostly of deep, untouched jungle and intact nature. You can also experience peaceful village life in charming Baan Koh Mook, which even has a few simple restaurants serving freshly caught fish and seafood. Nightlife is limited to a few cold beers in the beach bar. Fine!
The name Koh Muk means something like "pearl", and if you look at the coast alone, you will know why: it is lined with palm trees, gigantic cliffs and beautiful beaches. The snow-white Sivalai Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches far and wide.
A special highlight, which can only be reached by private boat, is the hidden lagoon. The entrance is hidden under cliffs and leads into an approximately 80 meter long, water-flooded, pitch-dark tunnel called Emerald Cave. This used to be a hideout for pirates, and you can imagine that this was a perfect hideout! At the end of the tunnel you reach the beautiful, emerald-green lagoon with a dreamy white beach, surrounded by high cliffs and jungle. If you have protected your smartphone well from water on the way, you can now take the pictures of your life...
Value Added Tax (VAT) is a tax that is levied on consumer goods and services in almost every country in the world and, similar to the US sales tax, increases the final price for consumers accordingly. The current VAT rate in Thailand is 7%.
This tax revenue is used to finance public facilities such as piers and jetties, staff and Marinne rescue services.
ATTENTION: Nobody likes to pay taxes, which is why some providers of yachts waive VAT for their customers in order to be able to act more cheaply than the legal competition. However, companies that offer services without VAT are acting illegally and thereby also putting their customers in an illegal position that can be prosecuted by the government. A business transaction without VAT is illegal by definition, which is why no insurance cover or legal claim to correct service provision can be granted in this case.
Since our yacht charters also have many corporate customers who are exempt from VAT, we show our prices net and add the VAT in the online cost estimate in order to offer all customers the highest possible cost transparency.