BangkokThursday, April 21, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Bangkok is the biggest city in Thailand and also the countries capital. The city is well famous for its vibrant street life, holy shrines, authentic experiences and fantastic nightlife. Some of the biggest and most beautiful statues of Buddha are found in Bangkok, and it’s an absolute must for the first time visitors. There are dozens of temples for you to explore, some of them are the Asia’s biggest. Extremely cultural during the day, Bangkok changes colours at night. Endless parties of Kho San Road and night markets make Bangkok spectacular after dark. There are many things you can do in Bangkok, but since it’s a big city with a population of almost 8 million people you shouldn’t expect any nature or eco tours. Most of the activities around and within Bangkok are entirely urban, with a few exception of rural bike tours to rice plantation. No matter if you choose to do a handicraft workshop, go on a boat tour through Bangkok endless canals or venture into the night on Kho San Road you will be fascinated by Bangkok’s lively atmosphere.
Koh Phi PhiFriday, April 15, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
If there is an island in Thailand that everyone knows and talks about it is without a doubt Koh Phi Phi Lee. Koh Phi Phi Islands is an island group located close to Phuket. There are altogether seven islands from which most popular ones are Koh Phi Phi Don (the biggest) and Koh Phi Phi Lee (the island featured in “The Beach”). Koh Phi Phi Don offers accommodation and very vibrant nightlife, while all other islands are well famous for their untouched nature and beautiful cliffs. Some of the most popular activities on Kho Phi Phi Islands include boat trips, kayaking, hiking and diving. There are more than 30 dive sites located within a proximity to Kho Phi Phi islands ranging from wreck dives to beautiful coral reef dives. This area is easily reached within a quick one day boat tour from close by located Phuket and Krabi. Therefore the Islands become very busy during the high season.
FuerteventuraMonday, April 04, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
An idyllic paradise awaits those who seek to spend their holiday time getting involved in the ever so addictive marine sporting activities or exploring the UNESCO protected area. See for yourself how this island promotes a balance of sustainable tourism practices from its modern infrastructure to the respect for ecosystems and its local traditions. The island landscape consists of an infinite field of fine, white sand spreading over 340-kilometre stretches of golden shorelines. A consistently warm climate coupled with favourable windy conditions, is the perfect place to be for all you lovers of windsurfing and diving out there! The shallow waters are the most ideal for anyone wanting to try-out or refine their skills on this pristine water including sailing, water-skiing, surfing or even fishing! The west side of the island offers an abundance of outstanding diversity to those who love to explore and immerse themselves in this unique and dramatic coastline. Get your hiking boots strapped on and follow the winding trails which will lead you to hidden spots of unspoilt terrain. The thriving Natura Reserve of Betancuria and the out-of-this-world Tindaya Mountain await your discovery!
Koh SamuiFriday, March 18, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Koh Samui located in the Gulf of Thailand is the Thailands second largest island. The island is very well known for its crafts and coconut grows as well as 5-star resorts and exquisite spas. Koh Samui is also a mid-point for people travelling to Koh Tao for diving and Koh Pha Ngan for its world famous full moon parties. The island features 12 meters tall statue of Big Buddha located on a small semi-island connected to Koh Samui. Most travellers come to Koh Samui for relaxation and beautiful beaches or stop here for a few days before they continue to other remote islands. There are several boat tours, ATV adventures and jungle trekking experiences available in the isle that will introduce you to the authentic Thai culture and traditions.
LanzaroteMonday, March 14, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Lanzarote are well known for being the most volcanic island of the Canaries. Walking through this UNESCO biosphere protected land will lead you discovering this lunar-like landscape covered in craters, valleys, solidified lava, canyons and geysers. See for yourself how this 22 million-year-old volcanic presence captures the magic of Lanzarote. This charming place is a land of bold contrasts, from black and gold sandy beaches to the hidden countrysides and lush forests with exotic species. Holiday resorts are nestled near traditional fishing villages living harmoniously together. Lanzarote accommodates all types of explorers. The ecological wonders of Timanfaya National Park for hikers, Chinijo Archipelago Nature Reserve for bird lovers and colourful underwater sea life for scuba divers. It is the best opportunity to take a break from your urban every-day life and enjoy all the surprises this island has to offer.