Bounty Islands combined with luxury, boutique-and eco-resorts, that is our recipe for the ideal tropical cocktail. On this 7-day island tour you will explore the three most famous and beautiful islands of the Gulf of Thailand and reside in luxurious pearls. The islands' day-to-day programme is yours to fill out. We will gladly assist if you need a helping hand.
Day 1 - Koh Samui
Your transfer from Koh Samui airport awaits to shuttle you to your hotel. You 'll reside in the beautiful Zazen boutique resort,. 'Zazen' translates as 'Zen'.
Day 2 - Koh Samui
For those who fancy local cuisine, there is the charming fisherman's village with great restaurants just a few steps away. Zazen itself offers haute cuisine. It even houses one of the best restaurants on the island.
Day 3 - Koh Samui
Last day to lazy away on Koh Samui. For those who fancy local cuisine, there is the charming fisherman's village with great restaurants just a few steps away. Zazen itself offers haute cuisine. It even houses one of the best restaurants on the island.
Day 4 - Koh Samui - Koh Phangan
Today it is bye-for-now Koh Samui as you are picked up and chauffeured to the catamaran which will sail you across to Koh Phangan. Here you will spend your days and nights in the wonderful Santhiya Resort & Spa.
Day 5 - Koh Phangan
Today you'll have time to explore Koh Phangan. Why not walk from bay to bay and crown your day with your personal deserted beach. Or even to relax and enjoy the comfort of your hotel is a perfect way to spend your day.
Day 6 - Koh Phangan - Koh Tao
In the afternoon you will be picked up as you move on to the next island: Koh Tao. You reside in the Haadtien eco-resort. Their motto 'barefoot luxury' can be taken literally!
Day 7 - Koh Tao
Koh Tao is the ideal place to go snorkeling or diving. Follow an introductory diving tuition in the resort's diving school or go snorkeling for the day. And there's even something to be said for a lazy afternoon in a hammock watching the waves roll in.
Day 8 - Koh Tao - Koh Samui
Hotels & Meals
Thai cuisine blends five fundamental tastes: sweet, spicy, sour, bitter, and salty. Some common ingredients used in Thai cuisine include garlic, chillies, lime juice, lemon grass, and fish sauce. The staple food in Thailand is rice, particularly jasmine variety rice (also known as "hom mali" rice) which is included at almost every meal. Thailand was long the world's largest exporter of rice, and Thais domestically consume over 100 kg of milled rice per person per year. Over 5,000 varieties of rice from Thailand are preserved in the rice gene bank of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), based in the Philippines. The king of Thailand is the official patron of IRRI.
Belgian travellers (babies and children included) must be in possession of an international, machine readable passport, with at least 2 blank pages, valid for 6 months after return. A 30-day tourist visa can be obtained at arrival free of charge.Please verify the latest updates on travel advice, documents and requirements on https://www.evisa.gov.kh.
Travelers with a non-Belgian nationality and / or travelers travelling on a foreign passport are invited to spontaneously report this matter to the Connections travel consultant and shall contact their respective embassy or Consulate to obtain the latest updates concerning all current travel requirements and documents.
Have a safe and carefree trip: travel fully insured with our Protections travel insurance! Our Protections insurance policies offer various formulas in order to offer you the widest possible cover (with even a fly-on-time, natural catastrophes and epidemics) for both single journeys or for the entire year. We guarantee you the best protection at the best price.
No mandatory vaccinations. To verify the latest updates on health requirements, please surf to www.itg.be
+ 6h (Winter), + 5h (Summer).
Thaise Baht; 100 THB = 2,86 EUR and 1 EUR = 35 THB (01/05/2020)
Cash euros can be exchanged at most places and credit cards are widely accepted as form of payment. AtMs are available in all tourist centres.
Thailand is a year-round destination with a tropical climate, influenced by monsoon winds. On the mainland the rainy season extends from May to October. Then it's warmer and you get, usually at the end of the day, hard but short rain showers. On the island of Koh Samui the rainy season runs from November to January. Up North you can count on cool temperatures during winter.
Average Temperatures (°C):
- 7 nights accommodation, breakfast included
- Transfer airport Koh Samui - Zazen Boutique Resort
- Transfer Zazen Boutique Resort - Santhiya Resort & Spa
- Transfer Santhiya Resort & Spa - Haadtien Beach Resort
- Transfer Haadtien Beach Resort - Koh Samui airport/hotel
What's not included?
Your intercontinental return flight and possibly mandatory Christmas an New Year's Eve dinners. Price confirmation of these festive dinners will be provided at time of booking.
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