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ISLANDS AROUND PHUKET

In the mood for some island hopping? Let us take you out and show you the best of the best out there. We’ve hand-picked the island destinations around Phuket that we think you should see and experience. And what better way of exploring the beauty of these natural wonders than in the luxury of a fully serviced, private catamaran!

We make sure we show you some of the most visited islands around Phuket, but there are others that aren’t that much frequented. The upside to that, of course, is that they don’t draw the crowds and you can therefore enjoy a day out with an island all to yourself! Koh Lanta, Koh Mak, Koh Kradan, Koh Mook and Koh Lipe are a few of them, if you’re looking for some “me-time.”

Phang Nga Bay - The stunning emerald waters and immense limestone cliffs standing throughout the bay are perfect for kayaking.
Phi Phi Islands - Famous for its limestone cliffs, emerald green waters, white powdery beaches and coral reefs - ideal for diving.
Rang Yai Islands - A little slice of paradise and as close to unspoiled as you can get in this part of the world.
Krabi - Perfect for adventurers with white-sand beaches, jungle-covered interior, towering limestone cliffs, caves, waterfalls and exotic wildlife.
Racha Noi - An uninhabited long, thin granite island covered in dense jungle and arguably the best of the local Phuket diving and snorkeling sites.
Khai Island - Popular for their superb sandy beaches and incredibly clear water, the main draw to Koh Khai is its giant stone arch.
Racha Yai - Known for its powdery white sand and crystal clear turquoise water, perfect for great swimming and snorkeling opportunities.
Naka Island - Boasting incredible beaches and lush coconut groves, with views of the idyllic landscapes of the Phuket coastline.

ISLANDS AROUND PHUKET

In the mood for some island hopping? Let us take you out and show you the best of the best out there. We’ve hand-picked the island destinations around Phuket that we think you should see and experience. And what better way of exploring the beauty of these natural wonders than in the luxury of a fully serviced, private catamaran!

We make sure we show you some of the most visited islands around Phuket, but there are others that aren’t that much frequented. The upside to that, of course, is that they don’t draw the crowds and you can therefore enjoy a day out with an island all to yourself! Koh Lanta, Koh Mak, Koh Kradan, Koh Mook and Koh Lipe are a few of them, if you’re looking for some “me-time.”

Phang Nga Bay - The stunning emerald waters and immense limestone cliffs standing throughout the bay are perfect for kayaking.
Phi Phi Islands - Famous for its limestone cliffs, emerald green waters, white powdery beaches and coral reefs - ideal for diving.
Rang Yai Islands - A little slice of paradise and as close to unspoiled as you can get in this part of the world.
Krabi - Perfect for adventurers with white-sand beaches, jungle-covered interior, towering limestone cliffs, caves, waterfalls and exotic wildlife.
Racha Noi - An uninhabited long, thin granite island covered in dense jungle and arguably the best of the local Phuket diving and snorkeling sites.
Khai Island - Popular for their superb sandy beaches and incredibly clear water, the main draw to Koh Khai is its giant stone arch.
Racha Yai - Known for its powdery white sand and crystal clear turquoise water, perfect for great swimming and snorkeling opportunities.
Naka Island - Boasting incredible beaches and lush coconut groves, with views of the idyllic landscapes of the Phuket coastline.

KHAI ISLAND

Khai Islands are popular, tiny islets located 10 km east of Phuket. There are 3 islands: Koh Khai Nai, Khai Nai Island and Koh Khai Nok. Two of them (Koh Khai Nai and Khai Nai Island) have become popular for their superb sandy beaches and incredibly clear water. The main draw to Koh Khai is the giant stone arch on the island. There are no resorts or facilities on the island.

Visitors may only stay on the island during the day and must overnight on other surrounding islands. Because of its clear waters, Khai Islands are most popular among divers and snorkelers alike, making this an easy stop for a quick swim or dive before heading out to your final destination, or an enjoyable afternoon of leisure, lunch and laughs with friends and family.

KHAI ISLAND

Khai Islands are popular, tiny islets located 10 km east of Phuket. There are 3 islands: Koh Khai Nai, Khai Nai Island and Koh Khai Nok. Two of them (Koh Khai Nai and Khai Nai Island) have become popular for their superb sandy beaches and incredibly clear water. The main draw to Koh Khai is the giant stone arch on the island. There are no resorts or facilities on the island.

Visitors may only stay on the island during the day and must overnight on other surrounding islands. Because of its clear waters, Khai Islands are most popular among divers and snorkelers alike, making this an easy stop for a quick swim or dive before heading out to your final destination, or an enjoyable afternoon of leisure, lunch and laughs with friends and family.

KRABI

Krabi Islands are located in southern Thailand’s west coast facing the Andaman sea. There are over 80 smaller islands such as Ko Lanta and Phi Phi, well-known to adventurers, yachtsmen, scuba divers, snorkelers, and day-trippers from Phuket. The largest island, Ko Lanta Yai, is the site of park headquarters, and is also home to “Chao Le” or sea gypsies, who sustain themselves largely through fishing. Kayaking, sailing, bird watching, and snorkeling are among the top activities.

For those of you looking to explore Thailand’s natural beauty, Krabi is the spot for you. It’s unspoiled nature, lush greenery and close proximity to Phuket make it the perfect trip for those looking to make the most out of their time! Make sure to bring your camera, as this landscape is what dreams are made of.

KRABI

Krabi Islands are located in southern Thailand’s west coast facing the Andaman sea. There are over 80 smaller islands such as Ko Lanta and Phi Phi, well-known to adventurers, yachtsmen, scuba divers, snorkelers, and day-trippers from Phuket. The largest island, Ko Lanta Yai, is the site of park headquarters, and is also home to “Chao Le” or sea gypsies, who sustain themselves largely through fishing. Kayaking, sailing, bird watching, and snorkeling are among the top activities.

For those of you looking to explore Thailand’s natural beauty, Krabi is the spot for you. It’s unspoiled nature, lush greenery and close proximity to Phuket make it the perfect trip for those looking to make the most out of their time! Make sure to bring your camera, as this landscape is what dreams are made of.

NAKA ISLAND

Naka Yai Island beaches are broad and sandy, and along its eastern shores the views out across Phang Nga Bay are simply breathtaking. There's not much to do on Naka Yai except swim, sunbathe and take strolls along the beach. Naka Noi, on the other hand, is known as the 'Pearl Island', as it's a site where rare South Sea pearls are cultivated. If tempted, there is a museum specifically dedicated to learning more about this important trade in Thai culture.

Because of its spectacular views, Naka Island is the perfect setting for viewing Phuket’s famed sunset, enjoying dinner on the Catamaran or indulging in a photoshoot or two while exploring the beautiful beaches the island has to offer.

NAKA ISLAND

Naka Yai Island beaches are broad and sandy, and along its eastern shores the views out across Phang Nga Bay are simply breathtaking. There's not much to do on Naka Yai except swim, sunbathe and take strolls along the beach. Naka Noi, on the other hand, is known as the 'Pearl Island', as it's a site where rare South Sea pearls are cultivated. If tempted, there is a museum specifically dedicated to learning more about this important trade in Thai culture.

Because of its spectacular views, Naka Island is the perfect setting for viewing Phuket’s famed sunset, enjoying dinner on the Catamaran or indulging in a photoshoot or two while exploring the beautiful beaches the island has to offer.

PHANG NGA BAY

Phang Nga Bay is really a “must see” sight. It is located between Malay Peninsula’s mainland and Phuket. Modern culture has turned Phang Nga into an icon for movie buffs around the world. It has become the most famous island in the bay due in part to its role in a few epic movies, such as Star Wars and James Bond. James Bond Island is named after the lead character in the movie it was featured in. There are very few places in the world with a landscape like Phang Nga. 

The immense limestone cliffs standing everywhere in the bay are the main attraction. Just a short 40km trip from Phuket, Phang Nga Bay is ideal for those looking to enjoy the vast landscapes of Southern Thailand while relaxing and taking the kayak out to explore the mysterious caves and coves that this area has to offer.

PHANG NGA BAY

Phang Nga Bay is really a “must see” sight. It is located between Malay Peninsula’s mainland and Phuket. Modern culture has turned Phang Nga into an icon for movie buffs around the world. It has become the most famous island in the bay due in part to its role in a few epic movies, such as Star Wars and James Bond. James Bond Island is named after the lead character in the movie it was featured in. There are very few places in the world with a landscape like Phang Nga. 

The immense limestone cliffs standing everywhere in the bay are the main attraction. Just a short 40km trip from Phuket, Phang Nga Bay is ideal for those looking to enjoy the vast landscapes of Southern Thailand while relaxing and taking the kayak out to explore the mysterious caves and coves that this area has to offer.

PHI PHI AND ITS ISLANDS

Phi Phi Islands are the most popular yachts charter destinations . It consists of six small islands, 46 km south of Phuket. The major one, Phi Phi Don, hosts the bohemian town of Phi Phi Islands, and Phi Phi Leh, with Maya Bay which featured in the movie “The Beach”. Phi Phi Islands are famous for their limestone cliffs rising out of the emerald green waters, white powdery beaches and its many coral reefs, offering great diving and snorkeling. 

Though it consists of several islands, it is the perfect spot for those in a time-crunch wanting to see the natural beauty of Thailand. With a vast array of landscapes, the Phi Phi archipelago is just 48km away from Phuket and provides an abundant amount of opportunity to swim, kayak, dive and explore.

PHI PHI AND ITS ISLANDS

Phi Phi Islands are the most popular yachts charter destinations . It consists of six small islands, 46 km south of Phuket. The major one, Phi Phi Don, hosts the bohemian town of Phi Phi Islands, and Phi Phi Leh, with Maya Bay which featured in the movie “The Beach”. Phi Phi Islands are famous for their limestone cliffs rising out of the emerald green waters, white powdery beaches and its many coral reefs, offering great diving and snorkeling. 

Though it consists of several islands, it is the perfect spot for those in a time-crunch wanting to see the natural beauty of Thailand. With a vast array of landscapes, the Phi Phi archipelago is just 48km away from Phuket and provides an abundant amount of opportunity to swim, kayak, dive and explore.

RACHA NOI ISLAND

Racha Noi island is Racha Yai’s smaller twin located about 40 minutes by boat further south of Racha Yai island. The diving at Racha Noi is far superior to Racha Yai - it is arguably the best of the local Phuket dive sites. Racha Noi is a long, thin granite island covered in dense jungle and is uninhabited. There is a range of diving here for experienced and inexperienced divers.

It also offers some excellent snorkeling opportunities. Because its close proximity to Phuket, just 30km, this beautiful spot is easy to get to and perfect for a quick swimming and diving spot before heading out to your final destination, or an enjoyable afternoon of leisure, lunch and laughs with friends and family.

RACHA NOI ISLAND

Racha Noi island is Racha Yai’s smaller twin located about 40 minutes by boat further south of Racha Yai island. The diving at Racha Noi is far superior to Racha Yai - it is arguably the best of the local Phuket dive sites. Racha Noi is a long, thin granite island covered in dense jungle and is uninhabited. There is a range of diving here for experienced and inexperienced divers.

It also offers some excellent snorkeling opportunities. Because its close proximity to Phuket, just 30km, this beautiful spot is easy to get to and perfect for a quick swimming and diving spot before heading out to your final destination, or an enjoyable afternoon of leisure, lunch and laughs with friends and family.

RACHA YAI ISLAND

Racha Yai, is best known as an excellent diving and snorkelling destination. Racha Yai reveals itself in splendid fashion, with most arrivals landing onto a strip of fine white sand tucked deep into the long, U-shaped main bay, called Ao Tawan Tok or Ao Bungalow. The water here is clear and perfect for snorkelling, while the other large bay, Ao Siam, is a pretty place where lonely strolls in solitude are possible.

Because its close proximity to Phuket, just 30km, this beautiful spot is easy to get to and perfect for a quick swimming and diving spot before heading out to your final destination, or an enjoyable afternoon of leisure, lunch and laughs with friends and family.

RACHA YAI ISLAND

Racha Yai, is best known as an excellent diving and snorkelling destination. Racha Yai reveals itself in splendid fashion, with most arrivals landing onto a strip of fine white sand tucked deep into the long, U-shaped main bay, called Ao Tawan Tok or Ao Bungalow. The water here is clear and perfect for snorkelling, while the other large bay, Ao Siam, is a pretty place where lonely strolls in solitude are possible.

Because its close proximity to Phuket, just 30km, this beautiful spot is easy to get to and perfect for a quick swimming and diving spot before heading out to your final destination, or an enjoyable afternoon of leisure, lunch and laughs with friends and family.

RANG YAI ISLAND

Rang Yai Island is a peaceful island lying about 5 km off the east coast of Phuket. Its western side has a 1 km-long beach that is frequented in the afternoon by day trippers coming back from visiting the ‘hongs’ of Phang Nga Bay. Swimming here, you will notice something unusual: the southward current gently transports you parallel to the whole length of the beach and the water is almost at body temperature.

The island itself is a little slice of paradise and as close to unspoiled as you can get in this part of the world. You can also have the opportunity to get out of the sun and onto a bike through some of its beautiful palm tree covered paths.

RANG YAI ISLAND

Rang Yai Island is a peaceful island lying about 5 km off the east coast of Phuket. Its western side has a 1 km-long beach that is frequented in the afternoon by day trippers coming back from visiting the ‘hongs’ of Phang Nga Bay. Swimming here, you will notice something unusual: the southward current gently transports you parallel to the whole length of the beach and the water is almost at body temperature.

The island itself is a little slice of paradise and as close to unspoiled as you can get in this part of the world. You can also have the opportunity to get out of the sun and onto a bike through some of its beautiful palm tree covered paths.

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