KrabiMonday, October 24, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
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 Kyle Jenkins
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.
Koh PhanganSunday, August 21, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Koh Phangan is one of Thailand’s most popular islands, located close to Koh Samui. The island is less developed and has a more natural tropical environment than its bigger neighbour. It is the fifth largest island in the country. Koh Phangan is known for its beaches and nightlife. It often combines the two and attracts a lot of visitors to the beach parties on white sand with scenic views. Koh Phangan has become world famous for one of Southeast Asia’s largest beach parties, the Full Moon Party, taking place on one of the most developed beaches on the islands – Haad Rin. A thick jungle covers the inland of Koh Phangan. This is a great place to explore, see the numerous waterfalls, amazing viewpoints, etc.
Gran CanariaFriday, August 12, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Gran Canaria is a fabulous family destination with an endless list of kid-friendly attractions to keep the little ones busy. The safety of the island gives everyone the freedom to roam and explore the hidden treasures by its coastal corners. You will be bound to stumble across one of the myriads of secluded bays granting peace, privacy and tranquillity. Some of the most impressive features of this island comprise of its 60-kilometre line of beaches, Biosphere Reserve, incomprehensible volcanic landscapes and unique Macaronesia flora. From the north to the south, east to west, you will find contrasting views of lush forests, exotic flora and fauna, volcanic craters and the odd flurry of snow on the highest peaks. Las Palmas, located in the northeast part of the island, is the capital and is sure to impress any visitor to the area. It is known as the most dynamic capital city in the Canaries with a pleasant mix of open-minded people who also strive to keep local traditions alive. Time spent in Gran Canaria leaves no leaf unturned. Limitless opportunities to create memorable activities await such as cruising the sea to watch the whales, hiking the Canary pines forests, climbing various gorges, riding camels, wandering the urban shopping areas and much more. And lest we forget what makes this island the perfect holiday destination, its exceptional climate providing sunshine all year round!
Koh LantaSunday, June 05, 2016 Uncategorised by Kyle Jenkins
Koh Lanta is an island group located in Krabi Province. The bigger island is called Koh Lanta Yai, and the smaller one is Koh Lanta Noi. Koh Lanta Yai is well stunning with its white sand beaches, mangroves, limestone islands, caves and waterfalls. Lanta islands are very well known for its backpacker’s community and eco-bungalows located right on the beach. Koh Lanta is one of a few islands in Thailand that is home to the native tribes leaving on the Isle – the semi-nomadic sea gipsies also known as the people of Chao Leh. On Koh Lanta, you may choose to go crab and seafood fishing in the jungle of the Mu Ko Lanta National Park, go diving or join Lanta Animal Welfare as a volunteer and help hundreds of homeless cats and dogs.