If you’re looking to head off on a spot of island-hopping, Thailand is without a doubt your best bet. As a haven for back-packers, pristine beaches and a handful of islets barely touched by tourism, Thailand is a glittering paradise which promises to exceed visitors’ expectations. The waters sparkle in a shade of topaz, the marine life frolic and thrive beneath the waves and the deluxe hotels offer optimum tranquility.
Out of the plethora of island paradises to choose from, we’ve honed in on a select few which promise to make your 11 night getaway a memorable one. Your first stop on the island-hopping tour is Krabi, “a Phuket-like hideaway, but still unspoiled,” according to The New York Times. Then, you’ll touch down in Koh Lanta, an isolated natural paradise, untouched and boasting a wide array of idyllic beaches and lush, verdant mountains. Later, you’ll be whisked away to Phi Phi, about 25 miles southwest of Krabi town and bursting with bright colours, coral reefs and caves echoing with sea swallows. As the setting of choice in the hit novel, “The Beach,” Phi Phi is a hot spot for travellers and beach-addicts alike. The tour will conclude with a visit to Phuket’s aquamarine shores, where coral reefs and green, jagged rocks rising from the sea are abundant, especially in Phang Nga Bay.
A shimmering backdrop of hotel stays will be your temporary home during your island-hopping extravaganza. Each one is equipped with facilities to ensure maximum rest and relaxation during your stay.