Thailand is in the heart of Southeast Asia. With the Bay of Bengal on one side and the South China Sea on the other, Thailand stretches down the length of the Malay peninsula, at the base of which is Malaysia. To the east is Cambodia and Laos. To the north lies Myanmar.

Thailand is the only Southeast Asian country to have the distinction of never having been colonized by European powers. There has been a unified Thai kingdom since the mid 14th Century. It was known as Siam up until 1939.

The island of Phuket is perhaps the most popular sailing destination in Thailand . It is Thailand’s largest island, and is located in the southern region, on the west coast. It is often called the “pearl of the south” due to its many natural attractions. On the island you will find tropical forests, limestone cliffs, broad gentle bays and picturesque white sandy beaches

The climate can be divided into three seasons: hot, rainy and cool. Hot is very warm with temperatures reaching 40ºC. This occurs from March to June. Cool is relative with the thermometer hitting a low of 20ºC between the months of November and February.

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Departure : 25 November 2017
Duration : 1 weeks