RACHA YAI AND RACHA NOI
Come and enjoy the tropical splendor and crystal clear waters of Racha Noi and Racha Yai.
You will enjoy great snorkeling in secluded bays, and if you also would like to go diving this is one of the best reefs in Thailand. Our guests have the option of stopping at a deserted island for a picnic lunch or BBQ and sunbathing and relaxing on the beach.
JAMES BOND ISLAND IN PHANG NGA BAY
James Bond Island is a famous landmark in Phang Nga Bay. It first found its way onto the interna-tional tourist map through its starring role in the James Bond movie ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’ with its signature rocky pinnacle; has been a major attraction for years. Luckily it is under national park protection. The island is large on its exposed upper part and relatively slim at the bottom.
A distinctive feature of this famous bay is the number of sheer limestone cliffs that vertically jut out of the emerald-green water. The entire area surrounding this island is indeed spectacular.
Phang Nga Bay covers an area of 400sq km and is home to some 100 islands, many of which could feature in The Guinness Book of Records either for their beauty or for their unique shapes.
First time in Phuket? Phi Phi Islands is a must for first timers. It is the topic of conversation for travelers all over Thailand. A Phi Phi Island route is the most popular in the region. Phi Phi Islands are situated 40 km south-east of Phuket and consist of six islands. The major ones being Phi Phi Don, which hosts the town of Phi Phi Islands, and Phi Phi Leh with Maya Bay which featured in the movie «The Beach».
Phi Phi Islands are famous for their limestone cliffs rising sheer out of the emerald green waters, white powdery beaches and its many coral reefs offering great diving and snorkeling. All tours will take you for great sightseeing, swimming and snorkeling at Maya Bay, Loh Samah Bay, Pileh Cove, Viking Cave and Monkey Beach.
Set the course to the Krabi archipelago and explore all the major sightseeing spots including the famous sandbank, Talay Waek, between Tap and Mor Islands, the most
dramatic beach of the Andaman archipelago at Phra Nang Beach, Poda Island and Chicken Island.
KOH ROK ISLANDS
The two sister-islands of Ko Rok are known as Ko Rok Nok and Ko Rok Nai which means the inner and the outer island. Both islands are in National Park land so there has been no development of private business and there are no roads or transport here. What you will find are colourful reefs and stunning beaches! The island located in the area of Mu Koh Lanta National Park.Book Now
The Similans aren’t as dramatically scenic as the limestone islands of Krabi or Phang Nga Bay, which many people have come to associate with the Andaman Sea. Instead, you find low-lying formations covered with thick forest.
Ironwood and gum trees are among the larger trees, while jackfruit, rattan and bamboo form part of the denser undergrowth. The islands are home to crab-eating monkeys, dusky langurs, squirrels, bats, lizards and a good variety of birds.
The most striking feature of these islands, at first glance, are the huge boulders that cover the western and southern shores on several of the islands. Another highlight, as the visitor soon dis-covers, are the white coral-sand beaches, splendidly picturesque and often deserted.
The most interesting sights, however, are to be found beneath the waves. Some of the most spec-tacular coral growths in the world can be found here — and the same boulders that scatter the shores have turned the waters around the Similans into an adventure playground for divers.
KOH HA ISLAND (UNIQUE SIGNATURE ROUTE)
Koh Ha Marine Park, consists of 5 islands and are perfect trip especially for diving and snorkeling. These steep rock formations plunge into the water until a depth of 35 meters, at the deepest parts. The islands have some stunning scenery, above and under water.
A sheer rock outcrop and blue lagoon beside a white sand beach. Underwater there are beautiful soft corals and different corals on the walls.
HIN DAENG (HIDDEN DEPTHS DIVING)
South of Phuket and Phi Phi, towards the border with Malaysia lie some more spectacular breath-taking area and the excellent dive site as well. Hin Daeng and Hin Muang (Red rock and Purple rock) are truly world class sites, offering steep walls, big fish and lush soft coral gardens. Whale-sharks and manta rays are seen here quite regularly.Book Now