The 7 Best Tours for Phuket
As one of Thailand’s most popular tourist areas, Phuket has a great deal to offer in terms of activities and tours. From treks to cruises, there’s plenty to do around Phuket and its beaches.
1. Elephant Trekking and Whitewater Rafting
This is a nine-hour tour that takes you through the beautiful mountains, forests, and rivers of the Phang Nga Province. Ride an elephant and go whitewater rafting for a true adventure in Phuket.
2. Khaosok Discovery
Khaosok Discovery takes you around Khao Luk and includes a variety of sights, making it perfect for anyone or any group with diverse interests. Stops include a great overlook with awesome views, a visit to a museum, and an elephant trek. Bring a camera and enjoy.
3. Full Day Speedboat Phi Phi Island Tour
Take a speedboat and get to the beautiful Phi Phi Islands even faster. These islands are some of the most beautiful around Phuket and you’ll see lovely beaches, interesting wildlife, and of course great views of the sea.
4. 2 Days 1 Night Phi Phi Islands Tour
This tour will allow you more of the time you need to truly appreciate the beautiful Phi Phi Islands. This tour takes you to Maya Bay and you’ll get plenty of chances to take some lovely photos, especially of the sunset. You can go snorkeling as well, so this tour really has it all.
5. Phuket Eco Extreme by ATV
This East Phuket tour gives you your own ATV to ride across the beaches and through the jungle all while learning more about this fascinating environment from your experienced guide. Stop at key points and learn to appreciate the beauty and wildlife even more.
6. Phang Nga Bay Cruise
This all-day tour takes you around the bay in a Chinese junk so that you can cruise while relaxing and taking in the views. The Phang Nga Bay tour includes food, so you’ll be taken care of as you make your way around the area.
7. Sea Kayaking at Phang Nga Hong
Another all-day tour from Starlight, this is mainly a night tour that offers an amazing chance to learn from a local guide as you kayak your way around Phrang Nga Hong.