Phuket is a blend of world class beaches with white sands and glittering seas, along with lively towns filled to the brim with bars and restaurants. Phuket Town is an animated city of early-morning markets and beeping tuk tuks. Meanwhile its coastline is idyllic and peaceful.
Patong Beach, Kata, Karon and Kamala have always been the most popular beach spots. However, you can also venture further by taking an exhilarating speedboat trip to many nearby tropical paradises such as Phi Phi, Koh Yao & Coral Island to name a few. Phuket has something to offer everyone, from the various water spors, the nightlife of Patong to diving in the Andaman Sea. There is no wonder why Phuket is Thailand’s most popular beach destination.
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Phang Nga Bay lies between southern Thailand's mainland and Phuket Island or at the north east from the coast of Phuket which is one of Thailand's most beautiful natural landscapes. The bay and its islands are designated as national park, protecting the landscape for generations to visit, known as Ao Phang Nga National Park. It's characterized by limestone karsts and rock formations, as well as mangrove forests and small islands. Among the small islands, there is the iconic one called Koh Tapu, known as James Bond Island and Khao Ping Gan which looks like one rock leaning against one another. Koh Phanak Island is widely known for its caves and tidal lagoons. The program not only reflects this beauty to your eyes but also gives a few small gifts to fulfill your experience such as access Hong Island and enjoy scenic views by a sit-on-top kayak with a guide who did all the padding.
Discover the primitive beauty of the Phi Phi Islands with this boat trip to one of the most unforgettable corners of Thailand. These two little limestone isles are located just to the south east of Phuket. Emerging out from turquoise waters, they are blanketed by an exuberantly green flora. The Phi Phi Islands strike the perfect balance between a touristic destination and a natural paradise. Whizz towards the islands on an entertaining speed boat ride that will take you on a breath-taking tour around both islands. As you pass it, you might recognise Maya Bay, where Leonardo DiCaprio was filmed during the shooting of the movie “The Beach”. You’ll also see through the boats fine wake of spray amazing sites such as Loh Samah Beach, Monkey Beach, Pileh Cove and the stunning Viking Cave, a deep grove inhabited by innumerable swallows – locals collect their nests to make soup.
An untouched world created by nature that has took millions of years in the making. This kayak trip makes for a fun and adventurous day out and should not be missed! A visit to the sea caves “the Hong” is one of the most uplifting and incredible experiences you can ever imagine. See the beauty of nature up close and marvel the wonder of such an intricate, historical cave. This kayak trip makes for a fun and adventurous day out and should not be missed! We will pick you up in a minibus and take you to Phang Nga bay to prepare you for your exciting departure. Once there, we will explore the two most famous islands and paddle around to embrace the natural environment and relax in the serenity of the waters. We then go into the caves which is a unique and incomparable experience. After, we will travel down to the picturesque lagoons and do some sight-seeing at the James Bond Island. A delicious buffet lunch is served onboard. This day has something for everyone!
Koh Bon, a small island on the southeastern coast of Phuket. Speedboats are not allowed to anchor at most of the beaches on this island, so the island is still a tropical hideaway, seemingly far away from the main tourist beaches and a great alternative for guests who want a more relaxed excursion by private long tail boat. Bon Island is stunning with its white sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters. The marine life that abounds off its coasts make it an excellent snorkeling spot.
Popular for its coral reefs, marine life's diversity, crystal clear turquoise water and finest white sand beaches, Surin Islands, an archipelago of five islands within Mu Koh Surin National Park, are one of the most famous snorkeling sites in the world and perhaps the best in Thailand. Other than snorkeling and swimming, we also visit the nomadic sea people's village called Moken and learn about the tribes. Various wildlife can be spotted such as monkeys, crabs, monitor lizards and local birds.
Treat yourself to a day in Phuket Town. Let yourself be immersed in the culture, and the flavors. The Sino-Portuguese city of Phuket is easy to explore and is full of exceptional places. The Blue Elephant Cooking School invites you to discover the local cuisine. The Cooking School has fully equipped facilities offering you the chance to put your hand to practicing Thai Cuisine. No matter if you are an amateur or a professional chef, the chefs here are passionate about their work and serious about providing high-quality lessons.
Located around three kilometers off the southern coast of Phuket, Coral Island is one of the most popular islands where coral formations can be found in abundance. From the beautiful coral beds next to its main beach making it easy for anyone to paddle around in the water with snorkel masks on. The island is a perfect place to relax and unwind, swim, snorkel, try the water sport activities or just collect seashells from the beach.