Simple Life runs two resorts on Koh Tao, both situated along Sairee Beach.
Offers a wide range, from dorm rooms to beachfront villas at the south end of Sairee Beach.
Posted Apr 4th, 2011 by Steve
These ‘crazy Danes’ loved the diving so much (and the Sairee Beach night life), they stayed here at Simple Life for much longer than planned!
Rikke and Donna initially came to Simple Life Divers for a short holiday to do some fun dives and relax on ‘Turtle Island’, but the ended up enjoying themselves so much they stayed for a month.
During that time they completed their PADI Advanced Open Water course, their PADI Rescue Rescue Diver course and enjoying a big ‘fun dives’ fun package.
When they arrived on the island as open water divers, they began by making a few fun dives on Koh Tao’s shallower coral dive sitres, (but were restricted to a maximum depth of 18 meters as appropriate for their level of training and experience). However they were keen to experience the wonders of Koh Tao’s deeper dives sites, such as Chumphon Pinnacles and Shark Island, so decided to do their PADI Advanced Open Water Course and dive right down to 30 meters. They carried on with the course and did the compulsory Navigation dive, the always enjoyable night dive, Peak Performance Buoyancy dive and the underwater photography dive.
Donna really enjoyed the Advanced Open Water she continued on to the PADI Rescue Diver and Emergency First Responder Courses whilst Rikke logged many dives by joining our daily Koh Tao dive tours.
The girls were great fun to have on the boat and they always were up for a drink (or two) in the night evenings. Thanks girls and look forward to seeing you next year.
Adam | Canada
"...initially hesitant to go through the course due to a myriad of fears. I can now say I am 100% satisfied that I did." Read more
"I don’t usually provide any feedback to a company for neither their excellent nor horrible service but I must for this one." Read more
Birgitte | Denmark
"fled the rainy Denmark ... talked that it would be good to get out and dive, but we had not planned that we would get through 22 great dives." Read more