The Best Thailand Island Tours
The entirety of Southern Thailand is labeled ‘paradise’ for its stunning stretches of sand, delicious cuisine, and amazing sites found both above and below the sea. Here, the best Thailand island tours visitors should take to experience and explore this amazing region.
TourRadar – TruTravels Thailand Island Hopper
Visitors will have to be quick to recover from jet lag in order to take on TruTravels Thailand Island Hopper tour with TourRadar. After arriving in the bustling capital, you get the chance to explore some of the city’s most vibrant of markets, see the Chao Phraya River, and some of the city’s most stunning of temples. Visitors prepare for their 18-day journey with a Thai massage before taking the overnight train to Khao Sok National Park in Southern Thailand. You can look forward to sleeping in floating bungalows with limestone cliffs acting as the accommodation’s backdrop. Your guide will then take you to Koh Phangan, the island most well-known for its full moon party, though it has so much more to offer than just its party scene.
National Geographic Expeditions – Explore Southern Thailand
You are guaranteed an amazing journey to Southern Thailand with National Geographic Expeditions. The journey is made in partnership with G Adventures. This tour, however, skips over the island of Koh Tao and instead takes you to the Andaman Sea for further exploration of this amazing region. This tour is a bit more luxurious as well, as visitors waste no time, heading from Bangkok to Koh Samui by airplane instead of by train. In-between a visit to Khao Sok, explorers will first stop off at Koh Madsum and Koh Tan, two islands that are well off the beaten path. After a peaceful night surrounded by jungle at Khao Sok, guests will climb aboard a long-tail boat and head to the province of Krabi, stopping at mangrove forests and caves along the way. The eight-day tour ends in Bangkok, and visitors will be sad to say goodbye to Southern Thailand after the amazing expedition with National Geographic.
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