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Sun, swimming & good times are what you’re into, then the Thai Islands are all yours. Jump your way from Koh Samui to Koh Tao, finishing it up with the legendary Koh Pha Ngan. With multiple nights on each island, you can sit back on island time. Take it up a notch if you want & swim & snorkel off white sand beaches, go hiking in emerald green forests, or choose to chill on the beach & sip cocktails from a coconut as you really relax & indulge.
• An experienced & professional Trip Manager
• Orientations in all destinations
• Local taxes, payments & service charges
• 10 meals: 8 breakfasts & 2 dinners
Price Terms R12,029 p.p.Land only
Terms & Conditions
Price is per person based on a lead in rate and subject to availability depending on the departure date. (High and low season rates apply) All travel for summer 2018 only. Single supplement rates available on request. The trip price does not include the costs of international flights (to/from the start or end the trip). May be combined with normal brochure discounts (past passenger, mates rates, 2 tours or more) if applicable. A R1000 deposit is required within 7 days of reservation with full payment due 45 days prior to departure. All cancellation policies apply as per the Contiki Asia 2019 – 2020 brochure.
From idyllic, unspoilt beaches with turquoise seas and pure, white sands to bustling cities sporting exotic markets and a vibrant, colourful nightlife, it is easy to see why Thailand has become one of the most popular tourist destinations for the adventurous and young at heart.
A turbulent and often bloody history spanning several millennia has left Thailand scattered with ruins, forgotten temples and deserted cities; revealing a rich tableau of past eras that contrasts sharply with the more modern aspects of the nation’s contemporary face.
Thailand’s booming tourist economy, driven largely by Hollywood (the country has been the setting for The Man with the Golden Gun, The Bridge over River Kwai and Alex Garland’s The Beach), has resulted in the opening of a number of expensive and luxurious international hotels. Those looking for the rustic splendour of the beaches and islands will find plenty of cheap and comfortable accommodation, however.
The size and geographical diversity of Thailand provides for a variety of activities: snorkelling, diving and a host of watersports are very popular around the Islands, while inland enthusiasts can trek into the mountains or cycle across the flat river areas of the northeast. Bustling, crowded cities like Bangkok and Patong display the wilder urban side of Thailand, ensuring the country has something to offer everyone who visits.