During my recent trip to Thailand, I had the privilege to meet with John Gray, the owner of John Gray's Sea Canoe excursion. John has been highlighting natural history by sea kayak since 1983, and sea caving is just one educational venue in his line of conservation initiatives. The company motto says it all: We Don't Do Anything Normal. And John should be proud of that, as the excursion has been rated one of the "Top 25 Experiences in the World" by National Geographic.
Travelers, hop on over and check out my most recent article on Travelhoppers - Thailand Travel Myths. There are several misconceptions about traveling in Thailand, ranging from the sex culture (not all male tourists are seeking prostitutes) to ice (not all water is contaminated).What would you add to the list?
Greetings, travelers! Yesterday I visited Koh Tachai, a small, uninhabited island located in Similan Islands National Park. Reachable one hour by speedboat from Khao Lak, the stunning beaches, aquamarine waters, and natural landscape make it one of the most pristine islands in the region.