Thailand Elephant Sanctuary, 1 week
Get up close to Thailand's elephants in this amazing sanctuary where they can freely roam. Here at the elephant sanctuary, retired and rescued elephants (due to age, ill health, disability, abuse or illegal ownership) now find a forever home. The elephants can freely roam around the sanctuary by ...
Travel Dates: 1 February 2020 - 30 June 2021
Thailand is blessed with beautiful beaches, stunning cities and plenty of relaxing rural regions. A great way to explore the magic of this exotic country is by signing up for a tour and letting an experienced guide lead the way. You may find yourself on a walking tour through the concrete jungle of Bangkok, on a cooking class in Phuket or hiking the jungles of Chiang Mai. Whatever you choose to do, you’re certain to find a tour to suit your budget.
Don’t miss these Thailand attractions
- Khao Yi National Park
- Ayutthaya Temples
- Death Railway Bridge and the River Kwai
- Floating markets in Bangkok
- Phi Phi Island
Spoilt for choice
Begin your Thailand holiday by taking a city tour of Bangkok, or otherwise put your peddle power to good use on a cycling tour. From the capital, you can sign up for a day trip to the River Kwai for a glimpse of the infamous Death Railway, or take trips to the Tiger Temple or Ayutthaya to explore the fascinating ruins there.
Head further north to Chiang Mai to explore some fantastic cultural sights and indulge in some great hiking opportunities. This bustling northern city is popular with visitors, not least because it contains some of the country's best bamboo rafting opportunities.
Away from the hustle and bustle of Thailand's cultural capitals, the picturesque Thai islands offer some superb tour opportunities. Travel to Phuket or Koh Samui to admire the pristine turquoise waters, before laying your towel along the golden sands and letting some glorious sunshine reinvigorate your soul.
Boat tours let you explore some of the smaller islands, many of which offer first-class snorkelling and scuba diving, including Surin Islands, Koh Tachai and Similan Islands.