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Samahita Retreat, Koh Samui Thailand
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Best time to visit yoga & wellness retreat center – Samahita Retreat

Samahita Retreat is yoga and wellness retreat open all year round, and as we are located on a stunning tropical island there are no cold and snowy days to avoid! Koh Samui has become a year round holiday destination for visitors from around the globe choosing to enjoy the quieter and cooler seasons outside the classic peak seasons.

Koh Samui Climate – an overview of Koh Samui weather

January – February. Highs of around 30C

March – April. Things start to heat up and can reach a steamy 40C – perfect for sun worshippers.

May – June. The temp starts to dip again, with a few tropical rainstorms thrown in to clear the air.

July – September. Highs of around 35C , with some bouts of rain, usually only lasting a few hours.

October – November. The favourite time of the year for many Samui expats , when the temperatures drop to a balmy 25C with some stunning thunderstorms thrown in for good measure.

December Highs of around 30C with occasional rain to keep the island lush, green and tropical.

Yoga on Koh Samui – when is the best time to visit ?

Many of our students come to study with their teachers for specific retreats, and when Paul Dallaghan, Sri O.P Tiwari and Richard Freeman are here the center is at its most vibrant and busy. For smaller group sizes (10-20) join one of our Retreats with senior Samahita teachers. Those joining the YogaCoreCycle Program whether as part of a wellness spa, health or detox program may enjoy joining during the teacher training periods when the YogaCoreCycle class sizes are generally smaller. Our quietest period is September and October when guests can maximize on small class sizes to receive even more attention.