From £691pp excl flights
7 Days
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For a quintessential white-sand, tropical paradise beach holiday, look no further. Spend a week in Koh Chang National Marine Park, starting on tiny Koh Maak, a haven of peace and tranquillity where traffic is just a couple of motorbikes and pick-up trucks and there are no supermarkets to be seen! Then spend a couple of nights on Koh Kood for more beaches, hidden delights and laid-back island life and finish with a day on Koh Chang itself. But you may find yourself wanting to stay a little longer.

Day to Day Itinerary


This is a suggested itinerary. Dates, stops & activities are all flexible.

7 Days: Bangkok - Koh Maak, Koh Kood, Koh Chang

Activities: Boat excursions, beaches, beaches, beaches

Day 1: Pick up from your hotel in Bangkok and travel by minibus and ferry to Koh Chang (around 6 hrs) to start your beach holiday. It is also possible to take a domestic flight to Trat to shorten the journey.


Day 2: Transfer from your hotel to Koh Chang pier and depart for Koh Maak, stopping at the small island of Rayang. Rayang has a fantastic powdery white beach where you can enjoy the morning sunbathing, swimming or snorkelling before having lunch. In the afternoon, continue your journey by boat to Koh Maak and eat a delicious dinner at your hotel. (B/L/D)

Day 3: Today, take a boat trip to the islands of Koh Rang, the best area for snorkelling in Koh Chang National Park and also renowned among scuba divers. After marvelling at the multitude of tropical reef fish, enjoy lunch on the boat and then return to Koh Maak at your leisure. (B/L)


Day 4: Hop over to your next tropical island, Koh Kood, the furthest east in the whole of the country, right next to the Cambodian border. Relax after disembarking directly at your hotel, or take a kayak out to explore the lush coastline and nearby reefs. (B/D)

Day 5: This morning you can tour the island by local bus and visit the most attractive beaches, swim in the fresh water of the island’s main waterfall and explore the oldest fishing village on the island, Ao Salat, where local pirates harboured in the old days. Lunch is provided at a local restaurant before returning at your leisure to the hotel. (B/L)


Day 6: Depart by speedboat to your hotel on Koh Chang island for one more day of relaxation, before you think about heading on to Bangkok or exploring the rest of this fascinating country. You could also easily extend your stay on Koh Kood as there are daily boat departures back to Koh Chang. (B)

Day 7: Spend the morning lapping up the last of the sun on the golden sands, before leaving the beach behind and heading back to your Bangkok hotel. Of course you may just want to stay a little longer

Prices From: £619 per person
Services included: hotels on shared room basis, meals, transfers and activities as mentioned, entry fees, English speaking guide.
Services not included: flights, drinks, tips and personal expenses.
This is a suggested itinerary. Dates, stops & activities are all flexible.

Best Time To Travel

The weather in Thailand is governed by three seasons: rainy (roughly May–Oct), cool (Nov–Feb) and hot (March–April). The best time to travel is during the cool and dry season between November and early April, however the diversity of the areas on offer means you can visit all year round. In the south, the climate differs between the eastern and western coasts. The west coast is more favourable during the winter months, when diving and snorkelling will be at its best. The weather on the east coast is good for most of the year, with the lowest rainfall in January and February and the highest in November.

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