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Our Thailand Tours

Ship to Shore
4 days from US $507
My Thai
4 days from US $507
High Thai'd
7 days from US $1,323
Don't Stop Me Laos
15 days from US $1,193
Mother Indochina
26 days from US $1,404
It's a Jungle Out There
12 days from US $648
Run Amok
12 days from US $698
The Indochina Experiment
40 days from US $2745
Trekkie Convention
8 days from US $326
As Many Friends as Phos
22 days from US $1,292
Hey, Hey Malay
13 days from US $1,143
Hills & Sandcastles (2014)
18 days from US $1,256
Tales of Old Siam (2014)
10 days from US $648
Land of Laobodia
17 days from US $1,773
Laos (Rhymes with WOW)
12 days from US $923
Sun, Sand & Sticky Rice (2014)
10 days from US $761
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The northern part of the tour gave us a great exposure to Thailand and it's people, while the southern portion was all the touristy beachy things you'd expect in Thailand.

Alana, 28 Jan, 2014
Hills & Sandcastles

I absolutely loved the trip! I definitely want to go back to Cambodia! one criticism is that I personally would've preferred to have stayed in Phnom Penh two nights in a row rather than two separate nights.

Bec, 10 Feb, 2014
Run Amok

Songkran Festival, Chiang Mai
Rice barge cruise and dawn monk procession in the former capital of the Siamese empire - UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ayuthaya
Bamboo Rafting
Relaxing in the tropical paradise of Krabi
Muay Thai in Bangkok
The bridge over the River Kwai at Kanchanaburi
Vegetarian Festival, Phuket
The reclining golden Buddha of Wat Po
Bike ride among the ruins of UNESCO World Heritage-listed Sukhothai - Thailand's first capital
Hill tribe trek to the ethnic minority villages of Northern Thailand
Chiang Mai's Night Bazaar - Lanna handicrafts and traditional wares of the hilltribes
Full moon beach party, Koh Pha-Ngan
Pak Klong Talat Flower Market,Bangkok
Close encounter at Lampang Elephant Conservation Center
Northern Lanna style Thai cooking class in Chiang Mai
Koh Samui sea bath.
Bangkok's Grand Palace and Temple of the Emerald Buddha
Phang Nga Bay Beach Camping
Swim beneath waterfalls in Erawan National Park
Make friends with elephants in Thailand
Fern resort, northern Thailand
Maya Bay on Koh Phi Phi Leh
Bamboo Island
Koh Chang
Koh Lanta
Get active in Ao Nang, Thailand
Bond with your local guide in Thailand
Overnight homestay in Chiang Mai
Thailand is known for its Tuk Tuks

Welcome to Thailand

Another day in Thailand, another day in paradise. Sigh. It’s tough you know. With all those beaches to snorkel off, and sailing to do, and jungles to do jungle things in. And green curry chicken to eat.

Beer to drink. People to meet. In this bit of paradise you can trek to meet hilltribes in Chiang Mai, sail to Koh Samui, drink cocktails on the beach in Koh Tao and temple hop in Chiang Rai.

You can find out how glittery the Golden Triangle really is and whether the massages in Bangkok are really same same but different. Don’t forget to cruise a khlong and eat your body weight in Pad Thai.

“Paradise is such a chore,” said no one ever. 


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Thailand Tours

Countries visited: Thailand
4 days
Sailing rules a la Geckos:- Slip, Slop, Slap- Drink heaps of water- Pretend to be a pirate
Countries visited: Thailand
4 days
Another day, another island. Sail from Koh Samui to Koh Tao via Ang Thong Marine Park, lotsa white sand beaches, some sweet snorkelling and, you know, general paradise stuff....
Countries visited: Thailand
7 days
Sailing the tropical waters around Thailand obviously makes for a terrible holiday. White sand beaches, limestone half pipes, snorkeling, waterfalls, swimming, cocktails, Koh...
Countries visited: Laos, Thailand, Vietnam
15 days
Swing into Laos from Hanoi and see all the good stuff - sleepy Vientiane, nature lovin’ Vang Vieng, good-lookin’ Luang Prabang, and the mighty Mekong. Then on to...
Countries visited: Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam
26 days
This trip has it all. Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, beaches in Sihanoukville, history in Phnom Penh, and pho in Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang, Hoi An, Hue, Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hanoi...
Countries visited: Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam
12 days
We’ve got temples and beaches a’plenty, homestays and markets galore. You want bahn mi and boats? We’ve got ‘em ready. Because we care, and you’re a...
Countries visited: Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam
12 days
You’ll start in Ho Chi Minh then high tail it to Phnom Penh, before beach time in Sihanoukville, island visits near Kampong Cham, Ancient Wonders in Siem Reap and…...
Countries visited: Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam
40 days
Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, we’re comin’ at ya! It would be ridiculous to detail everything you’ll be seeing and doing on this ace trip here, so we’...
Countries visited: Thailand
8 days
  Greet Thailand with a few beers, get to know Thailand during a hill tribe trek, and fall in love with Thailand over a romantic, preferably deep-fried meal (which will taste...
Countries visited: Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam
22 days
Too much greatness for this tiny space. In short: Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand. Markets, all the street food, beaches, temples, snorkeling, more food, sights, homestays, really,...
Countries visited: Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand
13 days
Hunt down the best dumpling in Singapore, hang in pretty-cat Malacca, get your laksa on in Kuala Lumpur and trek through the Cameron Highlands, then swing over to Thailand and...
Countries visited: Thailand
18 days
A super trip through Thailand. From homestays and temples in the north (Chang Mai, Chang Rai etc etc) to the sweet, sweet island-y beaches of the south (Koh Samui, Ao Nang, Bamboo...
Countries visited: Thailand
10 days
Bangkok = cocktails, markets, cheap, cheap fish pedicures. Sukhothai = bicycles, temples, bicycles. Chiang Mai = more temples, elephants (!), massages, cheap, cheap food. Golden...
Countries visited: Cambodia, Laos, Thailand
17 days
The highlights tour. See the best of the best in Bangkok, haggle and feast in Chiang Mai, chill on a private slow boat up the Mekong, fall in love with Luang Prabang, explore some...
Countries visited: Laos, Thailand
12 days
Kick off in old Bangkok, wind through fun-times Chiang Mai and hoon over the border into Laos where the real adventure begins. Peaceful Huay Xai’s up first, then river times...
Countries visited: Thailand
10 days
Love beaches? Love islands? Love cocktails? Love this trip. Head from buzzing Bangkok to blissful Koh Samui, snorkel, swim and hang at waterfalls. Jump in a canoe and visit jungly...

South East Asia

From steaming jungle to palm-fringed beach, ancient empire ruin to bustling market and Buddhist temple to mighty metropolis, South East Asia is the classic adventure travel destination.

Climb Mount Kinabalu and meet orang-utans and headhunters in Borneo; drift through floating markets and spiritual splendour in Burma; explore ancient Ankor Wat and bustling Phnom Penh in Cambodia; tube down the Mekong River and swim beneath waterfalls in Laos; trek to hill tribes, bamboo raft down rivers and bask on beautiful beaches in Thailand; crawl through Viet Cong tunnels and get tailor-made clothes in Vietnam; surf perfect waves and walk the mighty Buddhist stupas in Indonesia; and travel across the Malay highlands to the island city of Singapore: South East Asia is diverse, exciting and glorious, full of diverse friendly folk, food and fun, and an experience you’ll never forget.

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