Itinerary of Phuket

Phuket is full of wonders to see, but some islands, accessible only by boat, offer unique experiences. Many areas remain excellent snorkeling and diving places, while others boast beautiful stretches of sand where lie down and relax without thinking about anything other than what exists around you. Enjoy with this itinerary of Phuket!


Day 1: Phuket – Coral Islands

Hundreds of small islands, coves, bays and islets await you in front of Phuket in the Andaman Sea. Ideal for exploring by kayak or small boat, like most of the best places in Thailand. The small island of Koh Mai Thon has a beach with an underwater paradise of coral reefs and a beautiful marine life. Koh Rang Yai is a lovely beach with a small restaurant, but has many daily visitors, still maintains a good, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Its clean and clear waters invite to a safe swimming from the beach inland. Koh Kai Nok, on the other hand is the perfect sandy islet. Pretty as a postcard, surrounded by coral, is a must for fans of the snorkel.


Day 2: Phuket – Phang Nga Bay

All marinas are located in the east of Phuket. But they all bow down toward the magnificent Phang Nga Bay. The sheer limestone cliffs that hang vertically in the sea provide your holiday trip of a blazing start. One of the best known places if you navigate to the north is the James Bond Island, famous for its appearance in the film The Man with the Golden Gun. Our recommendation is that you visit either early morning or at dusk, as it is full of tourists during the day. Koh Panyee on the other hand, is a fishing village built on stilts and under a giant cliff. A fascinating place to eat and buy beautiful local crafts.


Day 3: Phang Nga Bay – Krabi

The most spectacular caves are located in Koh Hong and are ideal to explore at low tide. If you sail slowly to step Khao Island Khien you can appreciate the old paintings of ships and animals in the stone walls. Take course towards south to Krabi and Ao Nang Beach Bay. The bay is is dotted with resorts, shops, restaurants and nightlife. Even more secluded south Railay Beach is no access roads, only with rocky walls on both sides.


Day 4: Krabi – Koh Lanta

If we are able to wean the amazing Railay Beach, sail south along the 70 small islands around Koh Lanta. This area offers an abundant supply of white sand beaches, sensational wooded shores and an amazing ocean floor to explore. Koh Lanta is far from Phuket and Krabi, but offers the most peaceful version of Thailand. In fact, one day is not enough to discover the spectacular limestone mountains that extends south to get lost in the deep, clear waters of the Andaman Sea coral islands near Koh Dam.


Day 5: Koh Lanta – Phi Phi Islands

The spectacular vertical cliffs that slope beyond the clear blue sea lead us to the idyllic beaches and tropical lagoons that have made the famous Phi Phi Islands island that is worldwide. Location of the film The Beach, starring Leonardo DiCaprio. The opportunities for snorkeling and diving are countless; and places, uninhabited. Also, many of the cliffs are scalable and sunset views from the top are truly amazing.


Day 6: Phi Phi Islands – Racha Islands

At the east of the islands Phi Phi we will find the Racha Islands, 10 miles of tropical paradise. Snow-white sand and crystal clear waters where the best fishing and diving Phuket best converge. This is the ideal time to forget for a few days and go with the sound of the waves.


Day 7: Phuket

Back to Phuket, we find the numerous small islands of which we started. Certainly, if there is time for something else, feed the fish of Khai Nok Beach is a good choice.


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