Tarutao Marine National Park: A 51-island Thai archipelago that remains untouched by tourists
- Posted on Monday, 18 March 2019 09:18
- By Zac Erawan
The bright blue sea associated with the Tarutao National Park is the perfect getaway for those who are looking for something completely different from traditional vacation options. These 51 islands are hardly ever touched by tourists, and they are the antithesis of a typical, event-packed vacation. Locals can be seen barefoot on decks, reading through books while relaxing and drinking socially. There are no upbeat restaurants or casinos, it is just you, the land, and the residents of the islands.
- One writer took a small ship adventure cruise through the Thai and Malaysian islands, which allowed him to experience a portal to an earlier version of these areas.
- The cruise was a “Peregrine Adventures,” enterprises that specialize in taking small groups on off the beaten track excursions.
- Peregrine Adventures is committed to responsible travel and providing those journeying with local experiences.
“Some of my fellow passengers kayak or paddleboard around little coves where the emerald water is as clear as vodka and so warm it invites you to fall overboard.”
Read more: http://www.traveller.com.au/castaway-for-the-day-tarutao-national-park-thailand-h1bqvk
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