West Coast Island Hopper

13 nights independent tour

Price from: £1449pp

Phuket 4 nights
Phi Phi 5 nights
Koh Yao Yai 4 nights

Day 1: Fly to Phuket.

Day 2 Phuket: On arrival in Phuket you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Days 3-5 Phuket: Thailand's best known and largest island is home to majestic mountains, rainforests and palm-fringed beaches. South of lively Patong is the slightly quieter Karon, which has a long beautiful beach and good choice of dining, shopping and entertainment. Book an excursion to stunning Phang Nga Bay or visit Old Phuket Town where there's lots to see and do.

Day 6 Phuket/Phi Phi: Transfer to the pier for the 2 hour 30 minutes ferry journey to the resort waterfront and onward short transfer by small boat to your hotel.

Days 7-10 Phi Phi: Four days to enjoy the glorious white sands which shelter by the soaring limestone cliffs, along with the colourful coral gardens and exotic marine life beneath the waves.

Day 11 Phi Phi/Koh Yao Yai: Return to Phuket and onwards for 30 minutes by speedboat to gorgeous Koh Yao Yai. On arrival, transfer to your hotel.

Days 12-14 Koh Yao Yai: This long narrow island resides within scenic Phang Nga Bay and is ringed with thick mangroves and idyllic white sand beaches. The pace of life is delightfully slow and is truly the ultimate place to relax off the beaten track.

Day 15 Koh Yao Yai/Bangkok: Return by boat to Phuket for your onward journey.

Alternatively, why not extend your stay in Bangkok?

What you need to know

Departures: Daily.

Accommodation: 4* Centara Villas, Phuket; 4* Phi Phi Holiday Resort and 4* Koh Yao Yai Village.

Meals: Breakfast.

Tour price: The price shown is based on the best value travel dates in low season and includes international flights, onward ferry transfers, hotel transfers and accommodation.

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