Ko Phi Phi
It offers an extraordinary landscape with immaculate beaches, impressive cliffs, aquamarine water and fascinating corals. Visit Phi Phi Ley which has stunning
beautiful bays. Stop at Ao Maya for snorkeling and swimming. Visit the “Viking” cave with cave paintings of sail boats, which look similar to Viking ships.
The Similan Islands have beautiful sandy beaches, smooth granite boulders which tumble down into the sea and emerald water with an abundance of marine life.
This group of eight islands lie to the northwest of Phuket, contains a rich bio-diversity which includes the largest fish in the world. The Similan Islands are rated amongst the 10 best diving sites in the world.
A distinctive feature of PhangNga Bay is the sheer limestone cliffs that jut vertically out of the emerald green water. James Bond Island and KohPannyi are just two of
the more famous spots in this bay. Enjoy a leisurely day trip cruising through the dramatic limestone islands,occasionally stopping to enjoy quiet beaches.
This small island, known as KohHae in Thai, is great for day-trips, due to the fact that its only about 20 minutes by speedboat from Phuket. Coral Island is encircled by reefs and crystal clear water which is perfect for watersports such as para-sailing, snorkeling, water-skiing, sailing and scuba diving. If you are feelingmore sedate, the beach is great for working up a tan and there are also several good restaurants. You won’t be the only one on the beach, but this is a fun island.
Lying about 20kms south of Phuket, the Racha Islands comprise two islands, KohRachaYai and KohRachaNoi. The islands possess crystal clear waters and white
sandy beaches. They are very popular with divers and snorkellers, with challenging dive sites for advanced divers as well as plenty for beginners and snorkellers.
Further south from PhangNga Bay is Krabi Bay. The limestone karst features that PhangNga is so famous for are also found here in abundance. Tall limestone
outcrops tower out of the sea forming spectacular islands. There are also many beautiful stalactite forma- tions and caves, such as at Phra Nang Beach, where
you can swim in the sea with stalactites hanging directly over your head.