In 2012, Viator sent two teams of two travel videographers around Europe and North America with our Dream Travel Job project. For 60 days each, they traveled, took Viator tours, and filmed. This year we have Asha from our Europe team and Brock from the North America team back to do it all again in [...]
Koh Samui has undergone a major transformation since the island’s early days as a hippie backpacker paradise. Today, you’ll find five-star resorts and spas as often as budget beach shacks, but the beauty of Thailand’s third largest island remains constant. Travelers of all styles and budgets tend to agree on one thing: Koh Samui is pretty darn close to paradise.
Some people come for the food, others for the culture and still others for the natural scenery, but Thailand has and probably always will attract visitors to its miles upon miles of powdery white sand beaches. Whether you’re looking for a raging party under a full moon or a quiet, secluded spot to relax, you’ll find it in Thailand.
Krabi, less crowded that Phuket and more laid back than Koh Phi Phi, has become a favorite among tourists to the Thai islands. With Krabi as your base, you can easily head out to explore other regions with a variety of day trip options.
Blessed with abundant natural beauty, Phuket draws you in with her beautiful white sand beaches, clear waters, hidden lagoons and marine caves. The tourism industry here has also devised numerous adrenaline-pumping ways to explore this stunning Thai island
Thailand, a country known for its natural beauty, is home to more than 100 national parks. Whether you enjoy the ocean, the jungle or wildlife spotting, there’s a park for you. Choosing just one or two can be overwhelming, so here’s a rundown of the best in the country.