Enjoy a 7-day trip on board a beautiful yacht, visiting the wonders of Thailand
Our recommended itinerary is as follows for this experience:
Day 1: Phuket – Ao Po Marina
Join your luxury yacht for the night at Ao Po Marina, located in North East Phuket.
Day 2: Phang Nga Bay
Set off for your first destination, Phang Nga Bay, where secret lagoons, crystal clear waters, unspoiled islands await you to ensure the perfect start to your charter. Phang Nga Bay boasts distinctive sheer limestone cliffs that jut vertically out of the emerald green water, with many secluded beaches to visit. Two highlights to visit are James Bond Island, Ko Phing Kan, made famous by The Man With The Golden Gun movie, and Ko Panyee, a sea gypsy village built on stilts in the water that offers authentic food and markets and is well worth a visit.
Day 3: Ko Hong
Visit one of Thailand’s most famous groups of islands, Ko Hong. Its only beach, Pelay Beach, is framed by stunning limestone rock formations and offers a true deserted island experience. At high tide explore ‘The Room’, a large lake located in the middle of the island. Try to catch a glimpse of men collecting nests for local delicacy Bird’s Nest Soup.
Day 4: Ko Kaï via Ko Poda
Depart for Ko Poda, located south of Ao Nang, where the low tide will enable you to walk from one island to another. Fringed by clear waters and pristine coral reefs there is also excellent fishing in the area. Afterwards head on to Ko Kaï, where the low tide will enable you to walk from one island to another. Ko Kaï, meaning Chicken Island, gets its name from the strange rock formation at one tip of the island that looks like the head and neck of a chicken. The other end of the island has steep cliffs and a beautiful beach along the peninsula that makes way for incredible snorkelling amongst coral at high tide.
Day 5: Ko Phi Phi
After a marvellous day in Ko Kaï your yacht will head towards Ko Phi Phi, hailed as one of the three most beautiful islands in the world with its magnificent views. Don’t miss the unforgettable Maya Bay beach (overnight anchorage at Maya Bay is only permitted from November to April), where The Beach was filmed. The Phi Phi islands – Phi Phi Don, which is the largest, and Phi Phi Leh – are some of the loveliest in Southeast Asia short cruise you will arrive at Ko Muk, an island of fisherman that is a serene tropical paradise in the Andaman Sea. A must-do is a visit to the island’s incredible cavern which you can swim through and out into an enclosed lagoon.
Day 6: Phuket
Make your way back to Phuket and enjoy taking your pick from the countless islands and beaches that are along the way.
Day 7: Phuket (marina)
Bid farewell to your yacht and depart with memories of a lifetime.