Why S.E.A. Kayaking?
Kayak Chang is situated in Koh Chang Marine National Park at The Emerald Cove Resort, Koh Chang. The park is a protected marine reserve and area of outstanding natural beauty with 52 islands, the largest of which is Koh Chang. Around 70% of the 650Km2 park is ocean and many of the small islands and deserted outcrops are uninhabited so kayaking is one of the best ways to explore the magnificent sea cliffs, secluded beaches, clear waters and stunning reefs.
See what people say about their experience...
sea kayaking in thailandThis was my first long trip in another country. First off, I would go again in the morning. The land, the sea and the people are beautiful. My expectations were high but they were exceeded. Organisation and equipment were superb. If you are thinking about kayaking in southeast Asia look nowhere else. If you aren't thinking about kayaking in southeast Asia with S.E.A. I suggest you start.
Jimmy Griseto, Jan 2019
bcu kayaking trainingI had the most amazing time with a great group of people on the 12 day expedition. This is something special and a great way to see this beautiful part of the world. Top equipment, wonderful accommodation, great food and so many special memories.
Sharon McGovern, Jan 2019
sea kayaking trainingI wanted to personally thank you for the wonderful week and the great hospitality. I appreciate the amount of thought and love you guys put into what you are delivering. Those little touches and your warmth make a big difference on the experience. I am so lucky to have this one as my first expedition. I will never be able top this.
Beklen Kerimoglu, Nov 2018
We are committed to a sustainable approach to our work, to the community and to the environment
We consider the Marine National Park to be an environment that we can explore but must not exploit. We are proud of the fact that we leave only footprints and take only photographs (and other peoples rubbish). We use only local suppliers for all our expedition needs which results in a wonderful working relationship with the local community and reduced carbon foot print.