Phuket Islands Private boat to enjoy all your whish.
Phang Nga Bay, Hong Krabi Cruise to James Bond Island, known originally and locally as Ko Tapu or Nail Island, found fame through the 1974 Bond film “The Man with the Golden Gun”. The signature of this spectacular island is a rocky pinnacle which is popular amongst Thailand’s postcards.
Cruise to The Racha (or Raya) islands, 12 km south of Phuket, wich reveals itself in splendid manner. Ao Tawan Tok or Ao Bungalow is the U- shaped main bay of this island. The water here is clear and perfect for snorkeling. The other large bay, Ao Siam, is a pretty place where lonely strolls in solitude are possible.
Phi Phi Islands
It features steep limestone mountains, surrounded by classic beaches, shallow bays, outstanding rock formations, coral reefs, and vibrant looking turquoise waters with an interesting marine life making it a best destination to enjoy a memorable vacation. The island came to be known worldwide when it was used as the major spot to shoot the famous British-American movie “The Beach”.
This island takes its common name after the 100 meter high limestone tower which stretches up crowned by a huge lump of limestone that resembles the head of a chicken. One end of the island consists of steep cliffs, while the other end has beautiful beaches along a sloping peninsula.
Cruise to the top 10 worldide destination for marine fauna: The Similan Islands National Park is known for white coral sand beaches, crystal blue waters, warm tropical nights and cooling breezes coming off the Andaman Sea. Nine uninhabited islands with some of the best scenery in Thailand. Home to the best diving and snorkeling in Thailand, The Similan Islands are home to a huge variety of marine life and incredible opportunities to see rare and endangered species. Fuel surcharge applied from the charter rates.
Koh Khai Nok
Khai Nok has a beautiful snow-white sandy beach surrounded by crystal clear emerald green water, perfect for swimming, and known as one of the top destinations for snorkeling. If you are lucky enough, you have the chance to see a group of dolphins swimming near the island.