Thailand Luxury Yacht Charter
When you charter a yacht in Thailand, you can experience the supreme beauty of the region’s many islands and emerald seas, combined with the convenience and luxury of living aboard the finest floating villa. So many of Thailand’s rarest attractions are accessible only by boat, and chartering a yacht ensures you will not miss a single sight during your dream vacation!
Places to Visit
Phuket is Thailand’s biggest island and home to hundreds of hotels, nightclubs, restaurants, and eclectic shops. It is most famous for its sugary-sand beaches, warm ocean, and swaying palm trees. Visit the center ofold town for a scenic glimpse into Phuket’s history, then travel through the limestone cliffs and the emerald waters of Phang Nga Bay to see the rare fauna and jagged peaks. You will find the perfect, inexpensive souvenirs at the Night Market, which also hosts live music performances and many casual outdoor dining venues.
Koh Phi Phi are a group of islands that with fortress-like cliffs and lush jungles that encircle the sandy beaches below. Miraculously beautiful, these six islands (Koh Phi Phi Don, Koh Phi Phi Leh, Koh Bida Nok, Koh Bida Nai, Koh Phai (aka “Bamboo Island), and Koh Young (aka “Mosquito Island) are largely uninhabited and home to stunning beaches and sparkling, secluded seascapes.
Though you’ll have to share Koh Phi Leh with a beach full of tourists, you won’t be sorry you came here. Facing the Maya Bay, the shoreline is featured in the Leonardo DiCaprio film, The Beach. Stand on the man-made terrace for stunning views of Loh Sama—a favorite snorkeling bay and verdant photo opportunity. Visit the Viking Cave on the northeastern side of the island to see the ancient cave paintings or learn about how the locals capture birds’ nests.
Climb to Phi Phi View Pointto capture awe-inspiring photos of the island’s village, jungles, and bays. It will take you roughly 40 minutes to walk the paths to the top, but once you arrive, you can purchase drinks and food at the little store there. Go before noon for the best photo lighting conditions.
You will love snorkeling around Bamboo Island (Koh Phai), with its nearby coral reefs, white sand, and a convenient tiki bar that serves snacks and drinks onshore.
If you are a diver, be sure to visit Shark Point, the wreck of the King Cruiser, and Anemone Reef to see the gorgeous marine life, historical shipwreck remains, and vibrant coral. Brave souls (and early-risers) can experience the thrill of mingling up close and personal with sharks, on the guided snorkeling Shark Tour, which begins atdawn each day.
Escape the crowds at Moo Dee Bay, beloved for its silk-sand, sparkling green waters, snorkeling, and an onshore Rasta bar!Test your rock-climbing skills in the province of Krabi—located in southern Thailand. Visit Diamond Cave and Tonsai Beach, where you can climb the Tonsai Tower.
Bangola Road is Patong’s nightlife entertainment center and a must-see, even if only for one night. Thailand’s version of New York’s Times Square is noisy, colorful, and full of any sort of city fun you are looking to find. When you’ve had enough excitement and are ready for a little inner (and outer) peace, travel to the top of the Nakkerd Hills to see the 45-meter-tall Big Buddha and its smaller, brass twin that sits in the nearby shrine. Be sure to have your camera on hand, as you will want to share photos of the statues and breathtaking views of the nearby Chalong, Kata, and Rawai.
The Similan Islands are famous for their magnificent coral reefs and some of the best diving sites in the world. Climb the Sailing Boat Rock (on island No.8) while you’re there, and wade the white coral sands on the beach while you admire the island’s many iron wood and gum trees.
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