Five Activities to Help You Escape From Life

Everyone needs a break at times. The hustle and bustle of being a mother or father combined with work and constantly needing to be somewhere can take its toll on both the body and mind. When the mind does not get a break, it results in mental illness. When the body does not get a…

Everyone needs a break at times. The hustle and bustle of being a mother or father combined with work and constantly needing to be somewhere can take its toll on both the body and mind. When the mind does not get a break, it results in mental illness. When the body does not get a break, it gets worn down, the immune system grows weak and diseases like cancer start to develop.

Instead of letting the modern world destroy the body and mind, use these five activities to give it the break that it needsely needs.

Wild camp

Wild camp provides everyone with a break from the modern world. There are no noisy highways or tall buildings. Instead, wild camp is just a few good friends and the great outdoors. Families do not need to have experience with this book an event.

Instead, experienced staff will help everyone that wants to participate in wild camp eat food that is cooked over a roaring fire, learn new and fun skills and they will guarantee that everyone gets the break that they need.

Surfing

Surfing is a fun way to get a workout (so it can double as getting a daily dose of cardio), and it's nice to get out and enjoy the sunlight. Picking up a new hobby or sport can help take anyone's mind off the day to day stress that never seems to stop.

Taking a class will help individuals make new friends, and learn a new skill that will take them away from busy cities.

Regular massage

Thai massage has proven to be effective in treating a wealth of both mental illnesses and physical illnesses. It encourages the brain to release the same endorphins that are released during exercise to improve a person's mood, and it can help the body get rid of harmful toxins that are responsible for disease and sickness.

The benefits of Thai massage do not stop there. This type of massage is often referred to as “yoga for the lazy” because it has the same relaxing, refreshing effect on the body as a session of yoga. The only difference is that during a Thai massage, the recipient does not have to move a muscle.

Meditation

Sometimes, getting away for a weekend for wild camp or taking an entire day to ride the waves is simply not possible. When a schedule is jam packed full of activities, the mind and body need to relax more than ever before. Make this happen by practicing a few easy to use meditation techniques daily.

Meditating daily will help improve an individual's mood, lessen the impact that stress has on the body and mind, improve mental clarity and even improve a person's copying skills. All of this can happen in just ten or thirty minutes a day.

It is recommended that individuals find a quiet spot to meditate, but sometimes the breathing exercises used in meditation can also work wonders in the middle of a traffic jam that is going to last for hours.

Finding the time to relax and get away from life is a necessity to living a long, healthy life. It gives the mind and body a break that they need, and allows them to repair themselves, preventing sickness, disease and allowing them to repair themselves.

When people do not get this break, they wind up sick, with mental illnesses and, ever, they are burnt out. When this happens, they crash, unable to get out of bed. This can easily be preceded with a few days off for a wild camp or ten minutes a day spent meditating.

Best Places To Go For A Road Trip In Europe

Summers are here and do you know what that means? It means that you finally get the chance to flee away from the tedious tasks that you go through every single day. Whether it is school, college or work, by the time the summer vacations start rolling most of us are pretty much tired of…

Summers are here and do you know what that means? It means that you finally get the chance to flee away from the tedious tasks that you go through every single day. Whether it is school, college or work, by the time the summer vacations start rolling most of us are pretty much tired of our everyday life. However, the summers are when we get the chance to revive ourselves and go on an adventure of a lifetime (Very subtle reference for Coldplay fans). So to help you out with your travel adventures, we bring to you a list of the perfect way to have fun which is a Road Trip. So get cheap airline tickets online and fly to Europe to start one of these amazing road trips in Europe with your friends.

1. From Paris to Berlin
Start at the glamor of the French Capital and move to the depths of the German culture in Germany. You have the option to go from Paris on a cruise to the next country on your route or you can take the highway (not literally) and go on the real time road trip. On the way you can visit Luxembourg City which houses many medieval castles as well as roman styled baths that are surrounded by beautiful Bascillas. Next you get to visit the quaint city of Heidelberg which will provide with the feeling of a small town like never before. The last point of this trip is Berlin which has a lot of attractions for tourists. And if you're a football fan then do not miss to go for a tour of the Olympicadion and preferably while a match is being held there to get the true football experience.

2. From Bucharest to Bratislava
Travel to Bucharest and then start your trip from this Romanian capital to the Capital of Vienna. Choose your own route and discover the delights hidden in the cities of Transylvania (which is home to Bran Castle – the place that marks the beginning of the concept of Counts and Draculas) and then travel towards the Hungarian city of Budapest which is also housing many delights of its own (Széchenyi thermal baths). And then conclude your trip by visiting Vienna where you get to explore amazing Austrian architecture.

3. From London to Edinburgh
Start your trip at the capital of United Kingdom and travel all the way to highlands ending your trip in Edinburgh. On the way you get to explore many cities in England such as Bristol, Leeds and Glasgow. All of these places have their own list of attractions that you need to see such as Holyrood Park in Edinburgh, the local pubs of Glasgow and the London Eye in London.

A Mixed Race In Lhasa

In Lhasa, I found myself flirting and making out with a Chinese and Indian mixed race from Hong Kong. Chinese in her features and really dark in her skin – as a tanned South Indian woman, – she was a visual artist and loved drawing and painting. She just separated from her French boyfriend and…

In Lhasa, I found myself flirting and making out with a Chinese and Indian mixed race from Hong Kong. Chinese in her features and really dark in her skin – as a tanned South Indian woman, – she was a visual artist and loved drawing and painting. She just separated from her French boyfriend and was upside down. We liked each other, we were good together, doing long walks in the streets of Lhasa, around the 'Potala', kissing, touching, and rubbing whenever possible, especially at night, in the darkness of a city completely devoid of light, but of the stars. She did not want to go any further, she was still in love with her former partner, who was also near, and liked to draw me in charcoal, portraying my face as her favorite art model.

I was not alone either. At that time, I had a relationship that for long did and did not work, seasoned with little joy and great incentives of suffering, since when, one summer evening, shortly after our second meeting, while rolling a cigarette in the quiet car park of a nearby village cemetery, she told me: “You are my last man”, just after telling me how many lovers she had. That's when I felt the crushing weight of my puritan upbringing and I felt a fool. From that moment it was so, until a few years later when I finally managed to unhook from her and change course. I loved her but at the same time, every time I looked at her or thought of her, I could not get that army of people out of my mind, which moreover she was from time to time introducing me.

The Chinese depressed everyone she met and knew. She was a portrait lover and kept training by continuous charcoal strokes, which perfectly described the expressive moment of everyone's soul. I thread that portrait – the copy of it, since she neverave the original – I intentionally lost it in the succession of my travels. When she asked me to sign it, I was upset and I wrote: 'BHX'. Who is 'Bhx'? Who knows? The fact is that I was like her, or rather, like her I did not know who I was, and like her I was living, lost in and lost out.

Lhasa, however, was supportive and complicit of an unborn love and play that was what it was, nothing more and nothing less, but that is still in my memory because it was important. I do not know why, I do not know what, but caring, in the darkness of Lhasa, that unknown dark skin Chinese woman, was something so exotic that more of that I would never be able to think or imagine of. She was beautiful, she was sweet, in the true sense of the word, and kissed well, kissed just fine. I do not remember her name, but her face and smile are engraved in my memory; in the memory of another lifetime.

What To Take On A Safari To Uganda

Pack Practical Clothing One of the most essential items when walking somewhere like the Murchison Falls National Park or in scrubland is a well-worn pair of walking boots. A top tip is to wear them on the outbound flight. If your luggage is delayed you can buy basics locally but not those comfy boots. Although…

Pack Practical Clothing
One of the most essential items when walking somewhere like the Murchison Falls National Park or in scrubland is a well-worn pair of walking boots. A top tip is to wear them on the outbound flight. If your luggage is delayed you can buy basics locally but not those comfy boots. Although you are heading to a hot climate take a rain jacket. The weather is unpredictable in jungle areas and downpours are common when gorilla tracking. Pack a mix of short and long sleeved shirts. At dusk the mosquitoes are at their busiest and avoiding bites is essential on an African safari. Malaria is a significant risk in Africa so do ensure you have your anti-malarial medication with you as well as insect repellent.

Take Good Camera Gear
If you are planning to go on safari Uganda is an excellent choice as you'll encounter many different species of animal. Make sure you pack a good pair of binoculars for bird watching and other sightings in top destinations like Queen Elizabeth National Park. Make sure you have zoom lenses and know how to use them as you see unforgettable sights. Do take extra camera cards and a battery pack as you do not want to run out of power in the safari park. A power pack for charging up equipment is another handy item to take on an African safari holiday when access to a charger may not be readily available.

Have Useful Kit
Many safari holidays involve a camping and whilst a lot of destinations are well equipped it is always worth packing a few useful travel gadgets. For a hands free bathroom experience in the dark pack a head torch. These are also useful for those early morning starts to see dawn animal sightings. A good pair of sunglasses is essential too, as is a sun hat. The heat of the day in places like Bwindi National Park can be deceptive and you'll need to protect yourself against sunstroke. I always take a small notebook and pen to jot down names of plants or animal species and those unique anecdotes from the trackers. They are all too easy to forget after a day of wildlife watching and gorilla tracking.

Uganda safari holidays are an unforgettable experience. By traveling light with the correct gear you'll have the journey of a lifetime and see more than you ever thought possible. Go ahead and book that gorilla watching experience in Uganda today.

Visit Pakistan For A Memorable Vacation Trip

If you have a small budget and want to visit a country with diverse culture, unspoiled natural beauty, ancient history, centuries old traditions and the delicious food, then there is no place in the world better than Pakistan. The people of Pakistan are so friendly, helpful and hospitable with foreign tourists that you will not…

If you have a small budget and want to visit a country with diverse culture, unspoiled natural beauty, ancient history, centuries old traditions and the delicious food, then there is no place in the world better than Pakistan. The people of Pakistan are so friendly, helpful and hospitable with foreign tourists that you will not only enjoy your stay in this country but also take back home the sweet memories of your visit.

Most foreign tourists are afraid of the security situation in Pakistan and thus avoid visiting this country. In fact, the situation is not really as bad as being projected by the media reports. Pakistan is overall a safe country for foreign tourists though some parts of the country are not safe and must be avoided. I am giving below some safe and worth visiting places. This will be helpful in planning your visit to Pakistan so that you have the safest, most beneficial and enjoyable vacations.

Islamabad

Start your visit from Islamabad, the green and beautiful capital city of Pakistan. Some of the most interesting and must visit places of Islamabad are: Lok Versa Heritage and Museum, Pakistan Monument and Museum, Lake View Park, Saidpur Village (an old beautiful village of the Mughal era), Faisal Mosque (the largest mosque of South Asia) ). If interested in hiking then there are many hiking routes in the scenic Margalla Hills. Pir Sohawa, on top of Margalla Hills, is another place worth visiting. You can have lunch or dinner at the restaurant there and enjoy the delicious food as well as the fascinating view of the city.

Taxila

If you are interested in the archaeological sites, dates back to Buddhist era (600 BC to 500 AD) then go to Taxila, a historical city 35 km away from Islamabad. There are 50 archaeological sites scattered in an area of ​​30 km around Taxila. Some important sites are: Bhir Mound, Sirkap, Jandial Temple, Jaulian Monastery and Dhamarajika Stupa and Monastery. The great Gandhara civilization ruled this part of the world for over 1000 years. If you are in Taxila then you must visit the Taxila Museum which has a great collection of about 4000 Gandhara Art items including the stone Buddha sculptures.

Murree, Patriata, Ayubia

Only 35 kilometers away from Islamabad is the beautiful hill station Murree, called the Queen of the Hills. You can enjoy whole day there walking, hiking, riding the chairlifts or do the shopping. There are many shops on the Mall Road and in the adjacent streets that offer a lot of merchandize of tourist attraction. Many hotels and restaurants are also situated there.

Another beautiful place Patriata (also known as New Murree), is 15 km away from the main Mall Road, Murree. Patriata attractions lot of tourists due to its height and the cable car / chairlift that gives great view of the green hills and the forests. Ayubia National Park is 25 km from Murree and is well known for its picnic spots, hiking places, trails and a chairlift that takes the tourists to a nearby summit for a scenic view of the surrounding hills.

Khewra Salt Mines

Khewra Salt Mines, the world's second largest salt mines, are 190 km away from Islamabad and the travel distance is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes by road. These mines were discovered by the soldiers of Alexander the Great, who noticed their horses licking the salt rocks while staying at Khewra. In the 13th century, the commercial salt mining started in Khewra. During the British colonial rule, the mines were modernized with the building of tunnels, rail link, electricity and a soda ash plant.

In 2002, the old portions of the mines were converted into a popular tourist destination that attracts around 200,000 visitors each year. Tourists can walk into the tunnel or take a train ride upto the main recreation area where everything is created with white, pink and red salt. There is a mosque, a model of Minar-e-Pakistan (Pakistan Tower), Shish Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) a post office, a restaurant and stalls selling decoration pieces created out of salt rocks. The reflection of light, through the crystal clear salt, make this area look like a fairy tale place where fantasy becomes a reality. There is also Assembly Hall, Brine Chambers, Pulsarat (25 feet long bridge without pillows), salt ponds illuminated with fancy lights and a tree root that does not catch fire. Guides are available there to answer your questions and to give you detailed information about the mines.

Lahore

A 4 hour drive by a car or a luxury bus on the motorway can take you to the heart of Pakistan, the historical city of Lahore. If you are in Pakistan and did not see Lahore then you have seen nothing. Lahore is the center of educational institutions and universities, historical sites, tombs and shrines, mosques, gardens, arts and literature, folk music and culture, festivals and foods. Some must see places are: Shahi Qila (Lahore Fort), Badshahi Masjid, Shalimar Gardens, Lahore Museum, Tomb of Emperor Jahangir, Data Darbar (Shrine of a Sufi Saint Data Gang Bakhsh who lived there more than 900 years ago), the old walled city and the food streets. People of Lahore welcome foreign tourists wholeheartedly and are very friendly with them.

Kaghan Valley

Kaghan, 270 km from Islamabad is a popular summer resort. It's a 160 kilometer long valley, starting from an elevation of 2,134 feet upto 13,690 feet. The pine forests, alpine meadows, flowers, crystal clear lakes, and cool mountain streams of the valley all welcome you to enjoy your vacations in this natural wonderland.

The town of Naran in the Kaghan Valley, is a place where most tourists like to stay to enjoy short one day trips to Lake Saiful Muluk, Lalazar, Lake Lulusar and Babusar Pass. Most visited place is the legendary Lake Saiful Muluk which is surrounded by impressive snow clad mountains and crowned by the summit of Malika Parbat (Queen of the Mountains).

Shogran is, no doubt, the most beautiful plateau in the valley due to beautiful natural landscape with wild flowers and lush green meadows. A wonderful excursion trip by jeep from Shogran through an eight kilometer rough road takes you to the height of 2300 feet to the siri and paye, a lush green meadow, from where you can have a spectacular view of Malika Parbat.

Malam Jabba

Malam Jabba is 300 km from Islamabad and it takes 6 hour and 30 minutes to reach there by road. It is an excellent ski resort located 8,700 feet above sea level, giving great view of the Karakoram range and black mountains. The resort has a ski slope of about 800m which is facilitated with a chairlift. The highest point of the slope is 9,200 feet. There is a smaller slope with ski-lift for amateur skiers as well. It has two trekking trails that pass through Ghorband valley (18 km) and the Sabonev Valley (17 km). Around Malam Jabba area there are two Buddhist Stupas and six monasteries dating back more than 2000 years.

Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit can be reached from Islamabad in one hour by air and 20 hours by road. Located in the north of Pakistan, the region of Gilgit Baltistan is a paradise for mountaineers and trekkers. The area is surrounded by some of the world's highest mountain peaks with a height of over 8000 meters. Apart from majestic mountains, the second highest mountain of the world, K2, is located in the Shigar Valley. Some of the largest glaciers outside polar regions are also located in Gilgit region along with 2200 sq. kilometer of snow covered area; 119 lakes; diverse flora and fauna and 6500 sq. km of forests. The region is well known for its splendor and fascinating scenic beauty. Here the world's three mightiest mountain ranges: the Karakoram, the Hindukuch and the Himalayas meet.

There are several tourist attractions relatively close to Gilgit city which are worth visiting. These are: Naltar Valley, Hunza Valley, Nagar Valley, Fairy Meadows, Shigar town, Skardu city, Haramosh Peak in Karakoram Range, Bagrot-Haramosh Valley, Deosai National Park, Astore Valley, Rama Lake, Juglot town, Phunder village, Yasin Valley and Kargah Valley.

A Believer’s Journeys on the Daily Commute

The world is, supposedly, only as big as your mind. What one seeks from long journeys should then be at arm’s length. The mundane daily commute should then be voyages of discovery. And pilgrimages should end at the sound of a voice. Here is how I learnt it the hard way.

The world is, supposedly, only as big as your mind. What one seeks from long journeys should then be at arm’s length. The mundane daily commute should then be voyages of discovery. And pilgrimages should end at the sound of a voice. Here is how I learnt it the hard way.

The City of a Thousand Temples

The city is world famous for its silk weaving, with Kanchipuram Silk being a recognizable brand. Many people have left their mark on the city from the Pallavas to the British.

The city is world famous for its silk weaving, with Kanchipuram Silk being a recognizable brand. Many people have left their mark on the city from the Pallavas to the British.

Thailand in All Its Beauty

The Land of Smiles, Thailand is a spellbound country. Its hundred islands and its metropolitan capital city makes it a unique destination to its visitors. Every traveler is pampered according to their budgets and wishes to explore this magnificent country. It possesses world best popular attractions. From delicious cuisine, shopping, leisure and sight-seeing, every traveler…

The Land of Smiles, Thailand is a spellbound country. Its hundred islands and its metropolitan capital city makes it a unique destination to its visitors. Every traveler is pampered according to their budgets and wishes to explore this magnificent country. It possesses world best popular attractions. From delicious cuisine, shopping, leisure and sight-seeing, every traveler is spoiled. Break-taking beaches, gorgeous and impressive temples, to modern urban city, Thailand is a treasure where getting bored is not even an option. Prepare to be charmed by this exotic Thailand.

  • Float your way to the Market

Thailand's floating markets are bustling, thrilling, and shows an insight of the local culture. The Damnoen Saduak floating market is the largest and the most popular. The market is located about 100km outside of Bangkok. It is a good way to start your morning to explore this beautiful pearl of the country. The narrow canals and small wooden stilt houses are photogenic. A long-tail boat with food, gifts and souvenirs, clothes and fresh product are available. You may have breakfast at the market, a variety of food is at your service: noodle bowls, fresh fruits, stir fried rice, spring rolls, coconut pancakes and so on.

  • An escape to Koh Samui

Koh Samui is a charming destination with stunning beaches, great Big Buddha and various excursions. Chaweng is the most happening and famous beach with 5 km of golden sands. The island brags a range of night life and you have numerous entertainment options. From delicious street food to 5 star dining, you have a choice for your palates. Soak up in the local atmosphere to shop. Explore the particular charm of bargaining.

  • Thai Massage

An experience of a Thai massage in Thailand is the most invigorating feeling. This style of massage is popular around the world and is unique. Thai massage focuses on pressure points, it boosts your body. The treatment starts with the feet and continuously moves upwards toward the head. Methods like rhythmic compressions and manoeuvres are employed to relax and realign the energies in the body. Different amounts of pressure are used to energy lines through the body with the Ayurvedic principles of balancing one's energy. Every city and small town have a numerous massage parlor and the prices are low-cost compared to what you will pay back home.

  • A trip to Koh Phi Phi

Koh Phi Phi is a sheer beauty tickling everyone's fantasy. Stunning beach, amazing rock formation, tranquil, clear and turquoise waters tickling with exuberant marine life. It has a dynamic and vibrant night. It possesses world class diving and has rock climbing. The famous classic of Leonardo DiCaprio classic “The Beach” and James Bond were shot here.

  • Indulge in some street food

Gastronomical dream, Thai street food is a quintessential experience in Thailand. Wherever you go, there is ample food stalls. It's heavenly to wander in the streets and it is safe. You can see what's being cooked and it's fresh. You interact with locals, an authentic touch. The food is delicious and low-costs. You can go to the same place every night and have different variety of meal. Street food is a unique and pure way to get in touch with the local culture.

  • White bits of Thailand

“Wat Rong Khun”, the White Temple is eye-catching. It is a unique, modern Buddhist Temple located at 20 minutes of drive south of Chiang Mai. It was conceptualized and built by Thai artist, Ajarn Chalermchai Kositpipat . The artist showcased a surreal representation of what he thinks are obstacles to the path of enlightenment. The use of pieces of glasses in the plaster twinkles in the sun. The white color represents the purity of Buddha, the glass conveys the Buddha's wisdom and the Dhamma the Buddhist teachings. Its designs do not have the traditional style of other Buddhist Temples all along Thailand. It bears the style of the Game of Thrones fortress.

  • Koh Phangan

The highlights of this stunning island are absolutely undeniable. From gorgeous beaches with powdered soft sand along to a dense jungle are the hat trick of the island. Koh Phangan is synonymous to party. Every month, more than thousands of people grace the Full Moon Party when the moon is full. The spiritual side of this island consist of 20 temples and it has a small fishing village with a peaceful and unique air. The Island is full of adventure and outdoor pursuits: diving, snorkelling, Angthong Marine Park, kiteboarding and yoga.

  • Explore Sukhothai on bicycle

Sukhothai means the dawn of happiness. It is a UNESCO World Heritage City as it has a vast number of historical sites and temple ruins. The number one attraction is the Sukhothai Historical Park. While visiting the region, try to make some time at nearby Si Satchanalai Historical Park. The must-see temple ruins are Wat Mahathat and the giant located Buddha at Wat Si Chum. At last, try the popular noodle fish named after the area Kuay thiao Sukhothai.

  • Chiang Mai

Spiritual capital of Thailand , a temple's galore, there is a whole different activities to experience in Chiang Mai.

  1. Zip line through the jungle : Zip lining is a smart way to view the forests of Chiang Mai without long walking. Be a gibbon for the day and ace it through the trees.
  2. Play with elephants : Located from an hour from Chiang Mai city center, the Elephant Nature Park is an elephant sanctuary where visitors can play, feed and bath these awesome creatures. It's awe-inspiring.
  3. Temple hopping : there are about 200 temples in Chiang Mai. Indulge your inner self and seek enlightenment. Wat Chiang Man is the oldest in the city, Wat Chedi Luang is in the heart of the walled old town, Wat Phan Tao , and the city's jewel Wat Prathat Doi Suthep .
  4. Night shopping spree : what's more exciting than to shop at night. Many streets are closed to traffic and it is filled with vendors and stalls. There is so much to see, to do and to eat. There is a variety of stuffs available.
  • Try a cooking class

Thai food is absolute ecstasy. A balance of sweet, spicy and salty in the same dish. It is a delightful combination. The food is healthy, full of flavors and colorful. Fresh herbs, spices and fermented fish sauce are used in almost every meal. Thai cuisine is nutritious as fresh vegetables, lean meats and seafood are used. Thai cuisine is easy to learn and for foodies out there, it is a worth it experience.

  • Watch a boxing match

Thailand is the birthplace of Muay Thai. It is the national sport of Thailand. If you are a sport's fan, it's a must experience to watch the thrills and the electric atmosphere in the stadium. Muay Thai is famously widespread worldwide, it attracts a mass of visitors and travelers. Every town and city has a Muay Thai stadium but the best and largest venues can be found in Bangkok. Experience an authentic fight while you are in Thailand.

Thailand is an addictive and eco-friendly destination. It is a bundle of surprise and it offers everything from seducing beaches, an alluring culture, great shopping and mouth-watering cuisine. The locals are friendly and they have a laid-back approach to everyday life. Thailand is a colorful country in many ways. Make your trip worthwhile and dynamic while exploring this vibrant country with its huge array of activities.

Adventures of Trekking to the Everest Base Camp in Nepal

Trekking to the Everest Base Camp gives you the opportunity to view some of the most ravishing sights of the mountains, along with dainty picturesque villages and settlements. The trekking journey incorporates all of the aspects of the Everest region to give you an amazing adventure!

Trekking to the Everest Base Camp gives you the opportunity to view some of the most ravishing sights of the mountains, along with dainty picturesque villages and settlements. The trekking journey incorporates all of the aspects of the Everest region to give you an amazing adventure!

You Have a Great Time in Ferry to Phi Phi From Krabi

Phi Phi is a beautiful archipelago made up of six islands to the south of Krabi. It is one of the most outstanding beautiful groups of islands you will ever visit in the world. The best way to travel to and around the islands is by use of the ferry. This will allow you to…

Phi Phi is a beautiful archipelago made up of six islands to the south of Krabi. It is one of the most outstanding beautiful groups of islands you will ever visit in the world. The best way to travel to and around the islands is by use of the ferry. This will allow you to enjoy the beautiful view of the islands and enjoy the great weather on the ocean.

A typical ferry to Phi Phi from Krabi will dock at the pier on the mainland having taken about one and a half hours from either the Ao Nang or the Krabi town Pier. There are also a number of seasonal ferries that operate between November and April from Koh Lanta to Krabi via Phi Phi dropping and picking up passengers.

The Phi Phi from Krabi ferry docks at the Tonsai Bay Pier on the Don Village on the main island. The village is the economic hub of this place and here you can visit the post office, dine at some of the best restaurants on the islands and organize and plan your travel itinerary. The ferry arrives from the east and around the Shark Point along the long beach and down along the eastern shores of the Don Island past some beautifully designed resort on the island.

On your way from Krabi as the ferry passes the bamboo island it steadily starts to approach the Phi Phi coastline you will find yourself staring at the enchanting Mountain peaks, palm tree fringed shores and cliffs on the mainland Krabi. This is a great photo opportunity for any traveler in southern Thailand. This is awesomely beautiful especially when viewed from the ocean. If you love taking beautiful photos then get your camera ready for your ferry trip.

As you approach the Phi Phi archipelago you will be amazed at the beauty of the several islands. All the six islands that make up this place to have great white sand beaches that look enchantingly stunning from the ocean. There are also lots of mangrove forests and other landscape features that create an amazing picturesque moment from the sea. This makes it worthwhile to travel by ferry.

Being a major tourist's destination in Thailand, it has a network of well-developed tourism destination for every traveler. From hotels restaurants and tourism attractions you will love your stay on the islands. Depending on your budget you can find an accommodation that best suits your class, from world class five star hotels and resorts to simple bed and breakfast inns. If you are traveling by ferry it is always important that you book your hotel early. This will enable the hotel to send a vehicle to come and pick you from the Pier.

The boost of several beautiful islands with great tourist facilities for every traveler. Traveling by ferry from Krabi is an amazing experience filled with scenic surroundings and great atmosphere.