tours

Tours

We offer differents tours of Phuket :
• The North tour of Phuket is dedicated to the discovery of the wild Phuket (Phuket jungle with waterfall, exploring the reserve of Gibbeons monkeys and a visit dedicated to one of the oldest temple of Phuket. 
• The South tour of Phuket is more a relaxing discovery of beaches of Phuket, discovering the (huge) big Buddha, and at last enjoying the (romantic) sundown at Phromthep hill Dropdown...
• Night tour of Patong
• Otherwise we can make a tailored tour on request.

Description North tour of Phuket (200 Baht per person)

We will pick up from your hotel at 11.45am, and we will take and drive you to Sino-Portuguese House in Phuket town and stop take some a little break at KaoRang hill
view point, After that will have some lunch in Phuket town Tropical thai food. Next tour visit Prathong Temple and we'll continue to Bang Pae Waterfall with The Gibbon
Rehabilitation project center in National park excluding fee 200 baht each person.
and we heading back to your hotel.

Description South tour of Phuket :
Itinerary
1. We will pick you up from your hotel, and drive to Kata Karon Veiw Piont.
2. Then on to Phuket Big Buddha.
3. Next stop is Rawai Beach for lunch.
4. Next is Naiharn Beach for a swim in the sea.
5. And finally Promthep Cape to watch the sunset over the Andamen Sea.
6. Drop of at your hotel.

Kata View Point
kata view pointView Point, Phuket From this point can be seen the bays Kata Noi, Kata, Karon, and also Koh Poo Island. It is one of the island's best views.

If you're staying in Kata or Karon, the viewpoint is a great stop off on the way to places like Naiharn beach, Phromthep Cape and Rawai beach. You can make a very nice afternoon's sightseeing in this corner of the island. If you have enough time, you should waiting to see the beautiful sunset when the sky and sea are becomed one.

A large public sala, or shelter is there for visitors, and several vendors sell food, drinks, and souvenirs in the area when the weather is nice. The Viewpoint is between Kata and Nai Harn.

Big Buddha
big buddhaThis new attraction is still under construction but is already worth a visit if only for the magnificent views. At 45 meters high, this will be the biggest Buddha image in Thailand. It is perched atop Nakkerd Hills at an altitiude of 350-meters and can be seen from much of southern Phuket.

At the top of the hill is a Buddhist Shrine so you should dress appropriately (not singlets, sport shorts or short skirts). Beyond this you can climb the steps to the base of the Big Buddha. There is also a 5.5 meter high brass Buddha here. When it is complete, there will be a Buddhism museum within the base of the statue.

There are absolutely magnificent views across southern Phuket. You can see across Chalong Bay and beyond Cape Panwa. You have great views of the islands in Chalong Bay. From the other side, you can see Rawai and Laem Promthep. Looking inland, you can see that Phuket does still have plenty of undeveloped hills and forest. To get there, drive to Chalong Circle and take the road towards Wat Chalong. Approx 1 kilometer from Chalong Circle is the left hand turn for the long climb up the hill to the Big Buddha. The road is not completed and about half way up the hill it turns into a dirt track. Just the same the drive is easy enough although we imagine it might be rather.

This area I would consider the inside of the temple that belongs to Big Buddha. There’s a monk sitting on the left, praying and chanting for people who do their ‘Tambun’. see more click on picture.

Rawai Beach
Rawai Beach is the second largest beach in Phuket Island. (The first one is Patong Beach). There are a lot of restaurants. There is a favorite place to partake of meal beside beach for both of Thais and foreign tourists.

Rawai Beach is great spot for a launching point for day boat excursions out to Phuket’s surrounding islands more than bathing and other activity.

Nai Harn Beach
Far down South, Quiet & Beautiful Here is an out-of-the-way beach with fabulous viewsNai Harn is one of the more isolated beaches, right at the bottom of the island and nestled in a bay defined by headlands and islands.

There is one big and beautiful hotel here, Le Meridien Phuket Yacht Club, along with one new mid-market, bungalow resort. Other than this there are no buildings to be seen at Nai Harn, and the beach is backed by the green of casaurina trees and coconut palms.Even the road into Nai Harn beach winds in a confused manner through the rubber plantations and small villages, giving the feeling of getting far, far away from the busy beaches like Patong. The fact that quite a few foreign residents who live on Phuket Island have settled into the green valley at the back of Nai Harn says much about the tranquillity of the place. Most of these people have come looking for the perfect island life.

During the high season, from November to May, the bay of Nai Harn is a favourite anchorage for yachts, due to the protection from winds that the surrounding headlands afford, and the quiet calm of the water here.

This also makes delightful swimming conditions that are only matched, perhaps, by the bay of Kata. Many residents of Phuket choose this beach for swimming due to such ideal conditions, and to the fact that there is never a big crowd here. Because this beach faces directly southwest, it takes the full force of incoming monsoon waves during the wet months from May to October.

This is both good and bad (mostly good). The pounding of the waves builds up sand, cleans it and reshapes the beach into one of the best on the island. Also, the wet season waves are often great for surfing, with either board or body. But if you are a weak swimmer and come at the monsoon time of year, there are plenty of green and quiet places to take walks to. And hills to climb. Right at the back of the beach, in the centre, is a Buddhist retreat. Monks live here, but it is not yet a fully-fledged monastery. But its existence protects this important part of the beach from further development, for in Thailand monastery land cannot be sold or developed easily. A little behind this retreat is a large reservoir which also holds off development and guarantees an open, green future for Nai Harn.

Nai Harn beachThere are a couple of things to note about the one big hotel here, the Phuket Yacht Club hotel. This is a hotel, not a real yacht club, and it is one of the most beautifully located hotels on the island. Set right into the side of the hill on the Northwestern side of the beach, the balconies and rooms of this look out over the magnificent vista of Nai Harn’s yacht-studded bay, its islands and enclosing headla nds. A cool drink on their terrace at sunset can become one of Phuket's most spectacular, or romantic experiences. Surprisingly, a public road runs directly under the Yacht Club hotel, right through the carpark.


Everyone can drive through the main gate, under the hotel and follow the road for a couple of kilometres. There are two more bungalow resorts along this road that are especially quiet – Ao Sane and Jungle Beach Resort. These are two of those special, romantic places that make great escapes for those wanting get away from the crowds, at budget prices. But go as a couple, for here it is REALLY quiet.

Laem Phromthep
Laem PhrompthepLaem Phromthep is the one of most important and popular place of Phuket. There is a saying that you have not been to Phuket unless you visit Laem Phromthep. There is the favorite for Thais and foreign tourists. Many tourists come here particularly in the evening to see the sun setting below the horizon and sea. There is a great spot to see the most beautiful sunset and to take a photo for souvenir that they have been to Phuket Island. see more click on picture.

Night life (Gay scene) in Patong tour.
Itinerary
start pick up from your hotel at 19:30pm. and take you some nice place having dinning at Phanya Restaurant with a great view of patong at night. after Dinner we continue forward to Paradise complex and see all the bar on gay scene area. and meet and greet with new friends at the clubing, see the best famous libsing at Kiss club. tour will be over by 23.30pm. and heading back to your hotel. (insituation if you would like to continue and enjoy able at night life can take care your self of transport back)

Personal Speedboat rental
We provide personal Speedboat rental to any island tour of your choice,
4 tours are available (Fullday trip).

Railay Beach Panorama
Krabi Area
Phranang Island
Chicken Island
Tub Island (Talay Whaek)
RaiLay Krabi (Fabilous amazing thailad)
+ Phi Phi Don, Maya Bay
Speedboat Personal Rental: 29,900 Baht.

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Phi Phi Island
Phi Phi Don (Restuarand, pub, bar, hotel, shop)
Maya Bay (Hollywood famous film "The Beach")
Pileh Bay (Awesome Lagoon)
Viking cape (King Bird Nest)
Khai Isalnd (Whitesand beach with coulorful fish)
Speedboat Private Rental: 25,900 Baht.
 +Bamboo Island (fabilous famous beach coral reefs)
 +Mosquito Island (Snorkeling coulorful fish)
Speedboat Personal Rental: 28,900 Baht (including Phi Phi Island remote above)

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PhangNga Area
Jamesbond Island (Best famous film "007 Jamesbond")
Panak Island
Hong Island (Canue Kayak area)
KhaoPingKan
Panyee Island (Floting Muslim Villages middle the sea)
Talu Island
Speedboat Personal Rental: 26,900 Baht.

Rayaislandone
Racha Island
Raya Island (Fabulous whitesand beach Relaxing)
Coral Island (Enjoy Snorkeling Swimming Relaxing)
Patok bay (Cruise Sightseeing)
Siam bay (Snorkeling with plentiful coral reefs)
Kon Kare bay (Snorkeling with Colorful fishes)
Speedboat Personal Rental: 22,500 Baht.

What you wear and what you need to bring?
Free and Easy Dress beach styles
Beach Towel
Flipflop or Sandal
Sunglasses
Hat, Cap
Sun Protected obove then Spf 30+ (Sun Strong)
Your Camera (Better in Waterproof)
Pocket Money (Souvenir or Foods shopping on main island)
Important Swimming Suite or Swimming Trunks, Bikini Men.

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Rate of National Park Fee
- Khao Sok 350 baht.
- Similan 450 baht.
- Phi Phi Island, Maya Bay, Bamboo Island 450 baht.
- Jamesbond Island 300 baht.
*Prices will be changing is depending on the governor.

*Notice: Prices include transfer from patong area (other area might incure extra fee) and including snorkeling equipment, beverage, fruity, softdrink (Alcohol drinks you can bring by your own) all tour fullday trip with Insurance cover on. with dinning lunch buffet on mainland at Phi Phi Don. Speedboat Private rental in between 2 - 7 People if more then 4people,
We might extra charge for National park fee 450 baht/person, Food for lunch 350 baht/person.

*Remark: As your safety is our primary concern. If the speedboat captain deems the weather to be unfavorable an alternative destination will be suggested for the tour.

Gay cruise :
The gay sailing planned on Phuket 7 Days cruise From Apr 16-23 2016 Male, Clothing.
Relaxing, fun and enjoyable sailing cruise between the scenic islands of Phuket, Phi Phi Island, Koh Lanta, Krabi, Phang Nga and of course James Bond Island.
Combination of great sailings, visits to some of the charming Thai island villages with amazing Thai food.
On no other tourist trip you can visit these places with hardly anyone there, as we arrive after all the tourists boats leave and leave in the morning before they arrive. Stunning beaches, wonderful bays and emerald lighted caves for swimming and snorkeling.
• fly to/from: Phuket International Airport (HKT)
• boarding after 15:00 pm first day, Yacht Haven
• disembarking before 09:00 am last day, Yacht Haven
All prices are per person in Euro including vat/tax.
Prices include
• carefully selected sailing cruise itinerary
• your accommodation on the yacht
• the professional guidance of a gay skipper
• bed linen & towels
• dinghy + outboard
• diesel & gaz
• end cleaning yacht
Prices exclude
• your flights/transfers
• reservation fee € 35 p/person
• food/drinks & occasional mooring fees

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December 2015 update : Au Natural sailing Thailand planned on Phuket 7 Days cruise From Apr 23-30 2016 Male, Naturist.

Relaxing, fun and enjoyable sailing cruise between the scenic islands of Phuket, Phi Phi Island, Koh Lanta, Krabi, Phang Nga and of course James Bond Island.

Combination of great naturist sailings, visits to some of the charming Thai island villages with amazing Thai food.

On no other tourist trip you can visit these places with hardly anyone there, as we arrive after all the tourists boats leave and leave in the morning before they arrive. Stunning beaches, wonderful bays and emerald lighted caves for swimming and snorkeling in the buff.

• fly to/from: Phuket International Airport (HKT)

• boarding after 15:00 pm first day, Yacht Haven

• disembarking before 09:00 am last day, Yacht Haven

All prices are per person in Euro including vat/tax.
Prices include
• carefully selected sailing cruise itinerary
• your accommodation on the yacht
• the professional guidance of a gay skipper
• bed linen & towels
• dinghy + outboard
• diesel & gaz
• end cleaning yacht
Prices exclude
• your flights/transfers
• reservation fee € 35 p/person
• food/drinks & occasional mooring fees


James Bond Island

Ko Tapu Island
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 film starred Roger Moore and Christopher Lee (as the three nippled arch-villain Scaramanga) but it was the scenic topography that helped make the film into a firm Bond favourite. It also turned the previously unknown Phang Nga Bay into a major tourist attraction.
       The daylong sightseeing trip is a two hours driving journey to Phang Nga Bay,  with a stop at the popular Monkey Caves (Wat Suwankuha) to see the large reclining golden Buddha inside the caves and the large flocks of monkeys outside.
         The journey continues with a drive to Phang Nga Bay where one can take long tail boat for lunch at Koh Pannyi, a floating Muslim fishing village that is referred to by some locals as "Bin Laden Village".
After exploring the floating fishing village everybody gets back onto the long tail boat and heads for the prime attraction, James Bond Island.
A 15-minute boat ride later and the island comes into view.
         The island that you disembark onto is crowded with stalls selling seashells and trinkets. The people on the stalls are pushy but easy to avoid, just don't go near them. Beer is pretty expensive on the island at double the market price but it is not available at the Muslim fishing village so this is the place to get it if you fancy a can. Confusing signs are placed around the island that try to explain how the rock was formed but these are written in "Tinglish" so make very little sense. The tour guides normally give you 30 minutes on the island; just long enough take some pictures, have a drink and go to the toilet.

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