Since decades, Phuket has been luring tourists to its shores with its stunning beaches, clear water, and exciting activities. It is Thailand’s largest island and possibly its most famous, and is frequently referred to as the Pearl of the Andaman. Phuket is without a doubt a must-visit location for a fun-filled vacation, with an amazing coastline offering vast stretches of white sandy beaches framed by casuarinas and palms.
On the other side, the picturesque town of Krabi is located along the southern Thai coast. Emerald-blue waves, sparkling white sands, limestone cliffs, and densely forested wildlife sanctuaries are all together in one location. The icing on the cake for adrenaline seekers is that Krabi provides exhilarating adventure sports like wakeboarding, windsurfing, and kitesurfing.
Phuket and Krabi package offered by Arooha tours and travel can be a great way to experience these two beautiful destinations without the hassle of planning and organizing everything yourself.
Phuket Province is located in southern Thailand. It is Thailand’s largest island and is situated in the Andaman Sea. Due to the significant Chinese influence on Phuket, the city is filled with Chinese temples and restaurants. Although there is a sizable Chinese community in Phuket, many other ethnic groups bring their customs and festivals from all over the world. Since Phuket is a large island, it is surrounded by a variety of stunning beaches. Some claim that the sunsets at Laem Phromthep viewpoint are the most beautiful in all of Thailand. But there is more to it than just beaches; Phuket and Krabi Tour Package include the Goom Restaurant, which has stunning classical architecture. It is easy to see why Phuket Island is a popular destination for travellers in Thailand given the warm atmosphere and renowned nightlife.
Krabi is renowned for its beautiful scenery, magnificent Beaches, and stunning Islands. The City is a fantastic location for coral diving because it has some of the most stunning views of coral reefs in the entire globe. With so many things to do in Krabi, such as hot springs, a wildlife sanctuary, sea caves, thriving coral reefs, and exotic marine life, as well as limestone cliffs that attract rock climbers from all over the world, one could easily spend weeks there and still be left wanting more. As if that weren’t enough, Krabi is home to some of Thailand’s most picturesque sunsets, which are best viewed from a beachside restaurant or bar and are frequently accompanied by mind-blowing displays of cloud to cloud lightning. Additionally, Krabi offers fantastic shopping areas like Chao Fah Pier’s night market and Maharaj Walking Street.
The Phi Phi Islands, also known as Koh Phi Phi, are 42 kilometres from Amphoe Mueang in the Andaman Sea. Koh Phi Phi also has a thriving nightlife, with Tonsai Beach housing a large number of beach bars and eateries and busy Tonsai Village housing a confusing array of stores, bars, and eateries. Alternative options for honeymooners, families, people on a tight budget, and those seeking the ultimate luxury resort retreat are the island’s smaller beaches. Snorkelling and diving day trips compete with lying on the beach as Koh Phi Phi’s main pastimes since the waters around the Phi Phi Islands are home to diverse marine life, including tame leopard sharks.
Koh Kai, Koh Gai, and Koh Hua Khwan are further names for Chicken Island. About half an hour from the west coast of Krabi, this small, odd-looking island is located just south of the Poda and Tup Islands. Because of a sizable rock feature that unmistakably resembles the head and neck of a chicken, Koh Kai is also known as Chicken Island. Koh Kai is a notable location in the area because it has a stunning beach on one side and sheer, vegetated cliffs on the other. When the tide is low, a sandbar that separates this location from the other islands in the area of Krabi can be seen. The two smaller islands of Tup and Koh Mor are joined to Chicken island by this sandbar, thus uniting the three islands. Talay Waek is the name given to this beautiful and unusual phenomenon.You can traverse the y-shaped sandbar from Koh Kai to the neighbouring islands of Koh Mor on the left or Tup on the right when the tide is low. The entire location is breathtaking, with sweeping views of the Krabi coastline in the distance.
As soon as you land at Phuket International Airport, a representative will greet you and take you to your hotel.
After a sumptuous breakfast, set sail for the stunning Phi Phi Islands. This is undoubtedly not an experience to be missed, whether you like to unwind on the white sand beach or explore the clear seas. The Phi Phi Islands are unquestionably one of the most well-known tourist sites in the Andaman Sea and a top choice for divers looking to take advantage of the area’s breathtakingly pristine waters and diverse marine life. From Phuket, you’ll board a Jet Cruises ferry and go directly to Koh Phi Phi. This is among the greatest ways to take in the breathtaking sights throughout the about two-hour journey. Once there, you can take advantage of the stunning white sand beaches, aquamarine waters, and stunning rock formations. Spend the night in Phuket.
Check out and travel by road to Krabi following breakfast. This wonderful town is located along the southern Thai coast and can be reached in about 2 hours. Continue with the check-in procedures and spend the remainder of the day at your leisure.
After breakfast today, go on a tour of four islands.Visit Koh Kai Island (Chicken Island) to take beautiful pictures of the local rock formations and go snorkelling among the stunning coral reefs. Continue to Talay Waek, a place in “Unseen Thailand” where Koh Tub Island and Koh Mor Island can be reached by walking during low tide.You can actually feel the beautiful sand and blue sea here. After that, have a picnic lunch on Poda Island and take some time for yourself. Before heading back to the pier and your hotel for the night, the last stop is Phranang Cave, where you may explore the cave, swim and snorkel in the azure sea, or simply unwind on the white sand beach. Spend the night in Krabi.
After a hearty meal in the morning, get driven to Phuket International Airport. Take a flight for your next destination while carrying a backpack full of experiences you’ll remember forever.
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