Customised Holiday in Phuket, Krabi and Phi Phi Islands

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Come to this hedonistic island paradise to be seduced. The tang of salty sea breeze on your lip, the warmth of the sun on your limbs, the cool shade of swaying palms and the endless blue- green of the welcoming waters make love to all your senses as your feet walk through the white silken sands. Phuket is so beautiful and gorgeous that an amateur photo looks like a professional shot. So whether you are here to relax, enjoy the many water shorts, explore the surrounding islands or dive deep to find one of the world’s best diving sites, Phuket will be your lover and give till you are satisfied and then you will come back looking for more.

Another lover worth spending the night with, most travellers just breeze through Krabi, using the provincial capital as a jumping-off point for wonderful surrounding destinations – Ko Lanta to the south, Ko Phi Phi to the southwest and Ao Nang, Railay and Tham Phra Nang to the west. Although simple Krabi isn’t high on many travellers’ priority lists, some folks are charmed enough by the friendly people, delicious food and lack of tourists to want to stay the night.

Phi Phi Islands
Perhaps the most popular and populace of the islands off Phuket and Krabi are the twins, Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Ley. The latter of these was the stage for the Hollywood movie - The Beach, while the former has become a busy tourist destination, offering a range of accommodation and watersport activities. 20km southeast of Phuket, the Phi Phi islands also afford visitors some excellent diving and snorkeling opportunities - the nearby islets of Bida Ley and Bida Nok of particular note.

Phang Nga Bay
The sheltered waters of Phang Nga Bay have their own gifts of nature peculiar to this region alone. Scattered around the bay, craggy, hollow limestone escarpments thrust up from the sea like primordial fortresses. Caves, cut through the friable rock by salt water and usually only accessible at certain times of the tide, allow access to remarkable microcosms of nature. These lost worlds are havens for rare forms of flora and fauna and are also home to the swftlets whose nests are considered great delicacies by the Chinese. It was in this region that part of the James Bond movie, The Man with the Golden Gun, was filmed, and the gravity defying Raya Ring Island is now one of the bay's busiest tourist sites.
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