Ocean and Island Tours
Where Thai Tradition Meets Nature
Phi Phi Islands
Koh Phi Phi National Park has long been a pilgrimage for travelers in search of the glorious white sand beaches, clear blue water, colourful marine life and stunning limestone landscapes. Phi Phi really came to the attention of the mainstream tourist crowds when Phi Phi Lay, the second largest island of Phi Phi, provided the backdrop for the movie "The Beach" starring Leonardo DiCaprio. The Largest Island Phi Phi Don is inhabited now a popular and hedonistic party island for young travelers.
James Bond Island
James Bond Island or Ko Tapu as it is known in Thai, is one of the signature attractions of the breathtaking Ao Phang National Park, just a short distance north east of Phuket. This island was given its name after the James Bond's movie' The Man with the Golden Gun' which was filmed here in 1974.
Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay is an area of outstanding natural beauty and a popular excursion from Phuket, with visitors spellbound by dramatic scenic views of hundreds of limestone cliffs rising over the sea. You can also explore the sea caves and their interior lagoons known as hongs by sea canoe and visit Koh Panyee, the iconic Floating Sea Gypsy village.
Phuket has many tropical paradise islands located just off-shore and less than 30 minutes away by speedboat. With names Like Coral Island, Koh Khai, Coconut Island and Koh Racha they offer world class white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and an abundance of coral and marine life that is the envy of the world over.