Thailand – It Begins with the People
From exotic wildlife, remote hill tribes and fantastic trekking opportunities to spectacular islands and white sandy beaches, Thailand offers a plethora of activities and things to do.
Add a fascinating history, a unique culture, sumptuous Thai food and world-class massage and spa facilities, and it’s easy to understand why so many people of all ages keep returning again and again.
Featured tours and flavours of Thailand
From Laos to China
On this epic adventure along the upper reaches of the Mekong River, participants will pass through the beauty of Laos, Thailand, explore the rich and varied culture of Myanmar (Burma), before venturing into the dramatic landscapes of China’s Yunnan province. Highlights include the former Royal City of Luang Prabang; Pak Ou Caves and Nam Ou River to Pak Beng; an opportunity to visit Thailand’s infamous Golden Triangle and travel along the Old Mandalay Road in Burma.Enquire now
Bangkok to Samui for Families
Cycling is a great way to connect Bangkok and the beaches of Thailand. Over five days, this trip connects Bangkok to Koh Samui and the other gulf islands by the way of back roads and trails. Stopping at smaller towns and villages you may never have heard of, but where lovely beaches and comfortable, boutique hotels await. Gentle breezes, great food and activities off the bike, make for an educational, healthy holiday that is suitable for families and kids of all ages.Enquire now
Real Food Adventure – Thailand
This food adventure is a culinary journey from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. It is an adventure in flavour where participants will experience the fresh aromas and spices of the Thai kitchen; explore bustling markets and taste exotic fruits and aromatic dishes whipped up in front of your eyes. It is also a great opportunity to learn the trick behind making palm sugar, whip up a jungle curry in Kanchanaburi, sit down to a Khantohk feast and enjoy home cooking with a family in Chiang Mai.Enquire now
The Mekong River boasts the world’s largest inland fishery, accounting for up to 25 percent of the global freshwater catch. –World Wildlife Fund
At least 1,100 freshwater species swim the waters of the Mekong River – including the last remaining populations of the Irrawaddy dolphin, giant freshwater stingray, and the Mekong giant catfish.–World Wildlife Fund
The Greater Mekong region is home to more than 300 million people from nearly 100 distinct ethnic groups.–World Wildlife Fund
The Mekong giant catfish can weigh up to 770 pounds and is the third largest freshwater fish on the planet.–World Wildlife Fund
Often called ‘the Asian unicorn’, the enigmatic saola are found only in the Annamite Mountains of Vietnam and Laos.–World Wildlife Fund