Hop a speedboat from Phuket to an island paradise with an elegant resort hotel, private beach, turquoise water and teeming coral reefs.
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)!
In her cabin amidst the rice paddies on an island deep in the Andaman Sea awaits a charming Thai lady ready to reveal her secret family recipes. She now grows her own riceberry.
In search of an off the beaten path location, Phuket branch manager Gonzalo Gil Lavreda from Khiri Travel Thailand was drawn to the cave system and rivers of Ao Luek. The area is famous for its mangrove forest, meandering rivers and an intriguing painting of a manlike
Khiri Travel Thailand launches this new 3-day travel option with an inviting homestay in Laem Sak village, Ao Luek peninsula. It features kayaking, caves and secluded beaches and can be combined with trips to Krabi, Phang Nga Bay,
Khiri’s office in Phuket has been going around the southern provinces and islands lately to discover it’s hidden charms. As a result, we can now introduce you to a new Khiri day tour leaving from Phuket, ‘Swimming, Hopping and Cooking’.
Right in the center of spectacular Phang Nga Bay in southern Thailand we find the Yao Islands. The smaller one of the two, Koh Yao Noi, is where Khun Mina lives. She inhabits a lovely traditional Thai house in a quiet neighborhood just outside the market. Mina is an expert cook and a most charming […]
The highlight of this program is the visit of Maya Bay (seen in the movie “The Beach”) early one morning – when you’ll have it all to yourself.