Whats Islands Are Open In Phuket In December?

Whats Islands Are Open In Phuket In December?

Whats Islands Are Open In Phuket In December?

Last updated on December 1, 2023 By

It’s the start of the holiday season here in Phuket and as December starts many tourists book their vacations to Phuket around this time.  Phuket enjoys its ideal weather and calmest waters during the Dry Season. Now is the ideal time to visit different islands!

Many of the islands surrounding Phuket close for a number of reasons from May to October during low season; however, as high season approaches, many islands reopen, and we’ve compiled a list of which ones are open during December in Phuket below.

This beautiful archipelago consists of six small islands off Thailand’s coast, with Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh serving as the main attractions.

Renowned for their awe-inspiring landscapes, turquoise waters and white sandy beaches, the Phi Phi Islands have much to offer. With a Phi Phi Day trip, you will get the freedom to explore these islands at your leisure, tailoring your itinerary to match your interests and desires. Whether you seek snorkeling adventures, refreshing swims or beach time relaxation, our experienced team can assist in crafting the perfect day.

Phi Phi Vs James Bond Which one is BetterVenture into the captivating realm of James Bond Island, nestled within Phang Nga Bay, and discover why it holds an esteemed place among the most iconic destinations. Made famous by the 1974 film “The Man with the Golden Gun,” this limestone paradise continues to mesmerize visitors. Experience the renowned Phang Nga Bay and James Bond Island private day trip with 5 Star Marine for a memorable adventure.

Raya Islands Private Boat TourIf you want to escape to paradise, we recommend a private speedboat day tour to Raya or Racha Islands, providing you with a personalized experience tailored to your desires. These islands provide a stunning day trip location to relax and truly step back and appreciate nature. It offers a harmonious blend of peaceful, serene settings together with incredible marine life and some of Thailand’s finest snorkeling areas. Discover secluded tropical white powdery beaches and crystal-clear blue seas, unveiling the natural beauty of this area.

Khai Islands Are Perfect for FamiliesFor the ultimate in easy, or a family-friendly day trip from Phuket, one of the top locations includes the Khai Islands, which are a trio of small islands (Khai Nai, Khai Nau and Khai Nok). They are super convenient to get to, taking merely 20 minutes by private speedboat before arriving at your destination.

Enjoy your time shallow snorkelling right from the beach at the Khai Islands, and luxuriate in seeing fish swim right up close to you and being able to relish the experience based on your own timings.

what_islands_are_open_in_rainy_season_2023_coralCoral Island offers a plethora of exciting activities for both children and adults alike. It is a mesmerizing paradise celebrated for its crystal-blue waters and diverse marine life—a must-visit destination for snorkeling enthusiasts. Situated south of Phuket, Coral Island captivates with its vibrant coral reefs and thriving underwater ecosystems

Similan Islands Private Boat TourSimilan Islands is one of the most interesting snorkeling areas in the world, with stunning crystal-clear waters and an array of marine life. It’s home to turtles and whale sharks (depending on the time of year).

The conditions for coral growth are ideal, with a minimum prevailing sea temperature of about 28°C and exceptionally clear waters. More than 200 species of hard coral alone have so far been identified in this area, while these islands have the greatest profusion of reef fish in Thai waters.

Koh Rok and Koh Ha are two hidden paradises in Thailand that offer unforgettable experiences for divers, snorkelers, and nature enthusiasts. Their stunning underwater worlds, serene beaches, and lush landscapes make them must-visit destinations for anyone seeking a slice of tropical heaven in the Andaman Sea. Just remember to treat these natural wonders with care and respect to ensure they remain pristine for years to come.