Khao SokTuesday, November 15, 2016 Uncategorised by vova
Khao Sok National Park is located right in the middle of Thailand between the stunning Andaman Bay and the Gulf of Thailand. Khao Sok is known to be the wettest spot in Thailand as all of the 738 square kilometres of the National Park are located within the lowland jungle (rainforest). There are many things you can do in Khao Sok ranging from day-long hiking trips, bird watching tours and night safaris to fishing and kayaking through the breathtaking Cheow Lan Lake. The accommodation on the lake is one of a kind. You can stay in a raft house and enjoy the real untouched nature of Thailand. The lake and Khao Sok are incredibly peaceful, and you won’t be able to find anything this close to nature anywhere else in Thailand. This destination is most suitable for eco-tour lovers and nature enthusiasts who want to see Thailand from a different perspective.
KrabiMonday, October 24, 2016 Uncategorised by vova
Krabi is considered to be the second most visited destination in Thailand. The province offers stunning sceneries, white sandy beaches and busy streets of Ao Nang and Krabi Town. Krabi is most popular for its limestone karsts similar to the ones in Khao Sok National Park and Phang Nga Bay. The location of the province is very convenient allowing access to both islands of Ao Nang and Phang Nga. Most popular activities in Krabi include rock climbing and extreme mountain adventures, boat tours, jungle tours and fascinating hot springs, waterfalls and Emerald natural pools. Railay Beach located in Krabi is one of the most popular climbing destination in South East Asia attracting hundreds of rock climbers to the province each year. Krabi is a home to two one of a kind activities. 1. The most famous cooking school in Thailand with a world known chef “Ya” Laothong who introduced Gordon Ramsey too and seafood curry and dipping sauce. 2. Hollow Mountain Adventure Park – the number one extreme adventure park in Asia with its 90 meters long Via Ferratas (vertical staircases) and 40 meters high rope swings.
MenorcaSunday, September 18, 2016 Uncategorised by vova
Menorca is a natural oasis in the Middeteranian Sea, where nature and culture, old traditions and modern lifestyle converge century by century. Just like its sister island, Ibiza, it also has the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve designation due to its flora, fauna, landscapes and the traces from the prehistoric civilisations. 216 kilometres of its coastline retain white sand beaches, coves and caves being the perfect companions to any water sport like windsurfing, water ski, scuba diving and the sailing, which is one of the signature activities of the Balearic Islands. Its natural diversity is a gift for the travellers who prefer to discover the island by foot, hiking, biking or in by car. A visit to the towns of Menorca is a journey between the past and the present as every corner of the region preserves the immemorial Spanish culture and traditions. Feel the sensation of the time standing still, and the meals taste just as used to in the old times.