Our location in Koh Tao is where New Horizon Escapes began, and is still our favourite location to run, and organise retreats. Koh Tao has a very special feeling for guests, right from the moment they step off the ferry and into the 4x4 that takes them through the lush, green hills to our beautiful secluded resort.

The resort is perfect for any style of retreat, and has a large, sea side garden area perfect for workouts and Yoga sessions. There is a beautiful cliff top garden, perfect for those who wish to hold group meditation, or even to just use as a chill out space. The food is prepared by some of the best chefs on the island, and can be tailored specifically for you and your guests needs, whether Vegan, High Protein, Gluten or Dairy Free.

Activities on the island, again suit any type of retreat. Rock Climbing, Abseiling, Muay Thai and Flying Trapeze are just a few of the many high energy activity add on's available for you and your guests. Want something a little more relaxing? Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Kayaking and Hiking are all easily available as well.

The Resort

Optional Activity Add-Ons

Private CrossFit Session - 1.5hrs (with instructor) | £12pp

CrossFit Box Hire - 1.5hrs (without instructor) | £8pp

Private Boat Charter & Snorkelling - 1/2 Day | £35pp (Min 10 people)

Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) Session - 1.5hrs | £10pp

Rock Climbing & Abseiling - 1/2 Day | £47pp

Hike & Cliff Jumping - 1/2 Day | £36pp

Flying Trapeze Lesson - 3hrs | £30pp

Viewpoint Hike - 2hrs | £5pp


Accommodation & Food Only Package

 

7 Nights Beautiful Sea Front Boutique Resort

Bespoke, Buffet Style Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner (Options available for Vegetarians, Vegans, Coeliacs and other allergies)

 

From £1,010 per guest

10% discounted price for coach/retreat leader


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VILLA

 

Our private villa option comprises a small mountain side estate (3 villas) with a total of 10 bedrooms, 3 swimming pools and one garden perfect for workouts/Yoga sessions. Villas are subject to availability. Please contact us for details.


What does a retreat in Koh Tao look like?