Bohemia has been redesigned keeping in mind the idea to preserve its unique character. Preserving the surrounding nature and making sure our business would have the lowest possible impact on the environment was our priority.
All our chalets have been renovated using as much local materials as possible. Locally sourced wood pieces were used to decorate every chalet in their own unique way, ensuring both exquisite decoration and sustainability.
As water management is an issue in a small island like Koh Tao, with limited water available, mainly during dry season. Bohemia Resort has its own water storage tanks for guests to enjoy high quality water in sufficient supply. We only use bio degradable detergents in order to recycle used water for garden irrigation.
We also try to limit the usage of plastic bags and plastic bottles as much as possible and make sure the surrounding areas are kept free of any littering.
Situated at the southernmost tip of the small and secluded island of Koh Tao, our four newly renovated, Thai style bungalows are an invitation to contemplate the neighbouring islands of Koh Phangan and Angthong National marine Park.
Away from busier parts of Koh Tao, protected by lush tropical vegetation, Bohemia resort adds its stunning views to the immediate proximity of Koh Tao’s most charming and secluded beaches.
Bohemia Resort and its friendly, English, French and Italian speaking staff will take you so far from your usual busy life that you will start believing...
...Eden really exists.
Koh Tao is a small island in the Gulf of Thailand, east of the peninsula Thai.
Its geographic location make it quite impervious to the effects of the south western monsoon blowing from May to October and rather unaffected by the north east monsoon from October to March, unlike Phuket and Krabi.
Koh Tao is small, only 21square kilometers, covered with dense rain forest and quite mountainous.
Away from the great touristic migrations, Koh Tao attracts diving enthusiasts with its crystal clear waters and amazing dive sites. It is not unusual to spot wale sharks there.