Love beaches? Love islands? Love cocktails? Love this trip. Head from buzzing Bangkok to blissful Koh Samui, snorkel, swim and hang at waterfalls. and visit jungly Khao Sok National Park, finish up at Ao Nang a paradise dream! Embrace your inner beach bum and come home with sand in all the wrong places. Bring SPF 30, a sense of adventure and an appetite for the delicious and strange.
The Full Moon Party is an institution of backpacker travel. When you think of the Full Moon Party you probably imagine a chaotic fueled beach party where backpackers from all over the world come to hang out and have an awesome time. You are right!
Koh Tao is a very chill island where the vibe just makes you want to stay longer with your fellow backpackers. Beautiful warm waters, view points, the best coconut shake and pad thai in all of Thailand.
Chiang Mai is perhaps the most famous place for the great outdoors in northern Thailand, if not in the entire country. It is often referred to as the northern capital, and there are plenty of other things to do and see as well as outdoor activities. It is a very popular all-round destination.
Located in the foothills of the Thai Himalayas, the temperature is cooler than in other parts of the country, making trekking really pleasurable – the day times can be fairly hot, but the temperature shouldn’t make trekking too difficult. There are also numerous different routes with something suitable for most levels of trekker.
The jungles and mountains are home to a diverse array of flora and fauna, there are many beautiful waterfalls, some of which are suitable for taking a dip in the refreshingly cool pools, and there are also several ethnic hill tribes spread out throughout the area.
Chiang Mai offers many opportunities to combine a regular trek with other activities. These include camping under the stars in the jungle, bamboo rafting, visits to elephant sanctuaries, visits to hill tribe communities, kayaking, mountain biking, and white water rafting.