Head for sun, sea and sand at the Rawai Palm Beach Resort, a stylish and welcoming resort with classic Thai flare, a matter of steps from the beachfront. Unwind by the pool or explore the island of Phuket before heading for an adventure of a lifetime in the lush jungle of Koh Sok National Park with the award winning Elephant Hills Elephant Camp. Spend an evening under the stars in your own luxury tent before getting up close to the majestic elephants in their natural habitat. Enjoy the unique opportunity to bathe, feed and interact with the elephants as well as explore the unspoiled natural surroundings.
H Elephant Hills Elephant Camp
Hotel in Khao Sok National Park resort
H Rawai Palm Beach Resort
Hotel in Phuket resort
Airport in Phuket city
£889 per person
Your holidays include:
- Representation Services
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