Known as one of the most visited tourist destinations globally, Thailand is a country that does not disappoint. There are many reasons why people choose to visit this exotic destination. Thai cuisine is some of the best in the world, and as you explore the streets of any city or town, you’ll quickly realize that even street food dishes will have you coming back for seconds. Then there are the opulent palaces and temples that inspire gasps of awe and ruins that harken back to a different time. But above all else, Thailand is famous for its beaches, some of which are known as the most beautiful in the world.
It, therefore, should come as no surprise that this Southeast Asian country is also the perfect place to go island hopping. Home to 1430 different islands, it has several paradisiacal islands that cater to every traveler, from luxury seeks to the adventurous soul. It also has some of the most stunning underwater sea life. It is a place where you can get up close and personal with whale sharks, swim with schools of manta rays, and explore pristine coral reefs that house over 4,00 species of fish. If you are looking for the ultimate beach getaway, you won’t want to miss a trip to Thailand.
Thailand has a tropical climate, and the best time to visit is between November and early April, which is considered the driest and warmest time of the year. During this time, the days are long, the temperature is just right, and it hardly ever rains. The weather starts to get hot starting from April until June. The rainy or monsoon season begins in July and goes until October. The rain usually comes in short bursts during this time - heavy afternoon rainfall that clears after an hour or two. Nevertheless, during this season, most islands shut down, and boat service between islands is limited.
It is no secret that Thailand has several famous beaches, including Koh Chang, Phuket, and Koh Phi Phi, but chartering a yacht in Thailand means that you can skip the crowds and instead opt to explore the country’s most secluded and beautiful beaches, some of which still lay untouched, even today. Explore jungles, tropical islands, and ancient ruins, all from the comfort of your own boat. Is there anything better?
If you want to learn more about Thailand, we recommend that you take a look at Visit Thailand, the official tourism website for the region, for more information about what to do as well as up-to-date information about COVID-19 entry requirements.
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