coasts of Thailand are famous for their white beaches with a lush vegetation and
high palms, crystal-clear water and sea depths rich with fish.
marine paradises are on the west, in the Andaman Sea. The Similan, nine desert
islands are surrounded by groups of rocks in very bizarre shapes, covered by the
luxuriant and impenetrable vegetation of the pluvial forrest.
the largest island of the Country, with its tourist capacity and its numerous
beaches, has become one of the first-choice destinations of tourists from all
over the world. Many snorkeling schools with highly qualified teachers are
available here. They
provide all the necessary equipment and release the standard patent at the end
of the 4/5-day courses.
Along the western coast, Phangnga looms up with its rocks followed by the huge beaches of Krabi and the Marine Park of the Turatao archipelago, close to the Malaysian border. This is where the Moken, also known as sea gypsies, build their mobile villages over precarious anchorages.