Phuket & Koh Lanta
This 7 days itinerary mix popular beaches with deserted islands
7 Days would be about 130 Miles
This is only a sample and the final itinerary will be decided on board with the captain and can be amended on a daily basis
This cruise is given as sample on on the yacht gulet 98 (click to see the yacht).
Departure from Yacht Haven Marina
Day 1 to 3: Cruise around Phang Nga Bay and Krabi
Just a few miles northeast of Phuket is the star attraction – Phang-nga Bay. Here are more than 100 islands with geology varying from low, gently sloping hills to the sheer-sided limestone sea mountains (karsts) that rise vertically out of the water to stunning heights. Images of Phang-nga and its steep, majestic and strange outcrops have travelled the world.
While the bay itself is not large, the number of islands, inlets, mangrove channels and sea caves to be explored ensures that no matter how long a yachtsman spends here, new experiences will always be around the corner.
Further South Koh Lanta
is an island of wonderful beaches facing west, with magical sunsets and verdant jungle. It's an island people come back to, again and again. A place where it's
always around 30 degrees where time is soon forgotten, where you can spend hours watching the antics of hermit crabs.
The timeless magic that makes the island so special cannot be broken by a few modern conveniences. Most of the beach land is long divided into small pieces.
The first five star resort opened now several years ago, and is blessed with owners who kept all the trees and ordered the architects to build a beachfront resort that could not be seen from the sea. On one of the finest beaches on Koh Lanta (and possibly one of Thailand's most beautiful) they created Pimalai Resort & Spa, a small heaven on earth. Stunningly well-designed and just as well run. A good stop for a day at the spa and a nice dinner ashore.
Day 6 to 7
Back north to Phuket via Koh Rok Nok
Koh Rok is known to be the best place from Koh Lanta to go snorkeling. Koh Rok Nok ( Nok means outside ) and Koh Rok Nai ( Nai means inside) are 2 Islands next to each other. They are located forty-seven kilometers from Koh Lanta which makes for a perfect speed boat day trip.
The Islands are surrounded by emerald green water which normally has visibility exceeding 30 meters. Just of the shore you will find beautiful soft corals and numerous different species of tropical fish. With a buffet lunch on one of the unspoilt and pristine beaches it creates an unforgettable memory.
Koh Racha Yai and Koh Racha Noi, are twin islands off the south eastern coast of Phuket. Known for their crystal clear blue waters these islands have been an almost exclusive paradise for divers for years. With Racha Yai's white sand beaches and expanding accommodations, Racha Yai is growing in popularity.
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