Everyone knows just how tiresome and frustrating transfers can sometimes be, but by adding some interesting activities along the way, your transfer can become an adventure all of its own.
In 1983, John Gray of Phuket’s John Gray’s Sea Canoe left a lucrative career in banking to start kayaking tours in Hawai’i in order to follow his life’s passion for “Mother Earth.” After five years, he was drawn to Asia and started his sea kayaking company in Thailand with a lot of elbow grease (hard work)!
Gonzalo Gil Lavedra, a tour operator and an Argentinian with extensive travel experience in Peru and the Netherlands, finds the physical and cultural highlights of Phuket and Southern Thailand as compelling as anything he’s experienced around the world.
The day dawned like any other but this was a day of significant importance for our seven trainees. After 2 months it all came down to this.
Seven guides have completed their Khao Sok national park guide-training course supported by Khiri Travel. Six of the seven scored over 75%
With only a few days to go until the final examination, time is running out. This month has seen the trainees take on more of a leadership role, leading the walks themselves instead of relying on the training team to prompt them as to what to say.
Phuket is great if you love the beach. It is also great if you love little Thai girls or ladyboys. But Phuket is actually much more than that
“Time flies” as the old saying goes, and this past month has been no different. It’s hard to believe that we are already halfway through the course.
The hour is nigh. With only a few days left until the guide training course starts, the team is still hard at it, trying to tie up loose ends
Khiri Travel has partnered with a specialist international guide to provide training for young tour leaders in the Khao Sok National Park area in southern Thailand near Phuket.