Tours to Thailand

Thailand is a wondrous kingdom, featuring Buddhist temples, exotic wildlife, and spectacular islands. Along with a fascinating history and a unique culture that includes delectable Thai food and massage, Thailand features a modern capital city, and friendly people who epitomize Thailand’s “land of smiles” reputation.

There are five regions of Thailand: North, Northeast, East, Central, and South, which are divided into 75+1 provinces, each geographically distinct from the others; each Thailand province contains unique cultural, historical, and natural attractions from the northern peaks (replete with wildlife and home to exotic hill tribes) and the central plains (the “Rice Bowl of Asia”) to the northeastern plateau (stretching to the Mekong River border with Laos) and the spectacular beaches and islands of the south (including both Phuket and Samui).

If you visit a national park or one of Thailand’s beaches or islands, you will witness many different natural attractions and see a diversity of wildlife. From traditional Buddhist festivals and wet and wild Thai new years celebrations to spectacular national parks and an array of land, sea, and air activities, Thailand is a wonderland of festivals, attractions, and activities.

Thailand Sample Tours

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  • Indochina: Thailand, Laos & Cambodia

    13 Days/12 Nights
    Bangkok (international flights can be arranged)

    Cities visited: Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Lopburi, Phitsanuloke, Sukhothai, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Luang Prabang & Siem Reap

    Enjoy city tours in Bangkok
    Visit Ayutthaya
    Explore the nature and culture of Chiang Mai
    Observe elephants in a conservation centre
    Enjoy the Mekong River for a boat ride to the Pak Ou Caves
    Visit the famous temple of Angkor Wat

  • Timeless Thailand

    7 Days/6 Nights
    Bangkok (international flights can be arranged)

    Cities visited: Bangkok, Mahachai, Ampawa, River Kwai, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya & Bang Pa In

    Visit the reclining Buddha in Bangkok
    Visit Ayutthaya
    Enjoy the floating market of Damoen Saduak
    Enjoy a stay on the River Kwai

  • Unveil Thailand

    14 Days/13 Nights
    Bangkok (international flights can be arranged)

    Cities visited: Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Lopburi, Phitsanuloke, Sukhothai, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai & Phuket

    Enjoy city tours in Bangkok
    Visit Ayutthaya
    Explore the nature and culture of Chiang Rai & Chiang Mai
    Observe elephants in a conservation centre
    Take a boat ride on the Mekong River
    4 Nights on the beach in Phuket

  • Thai Escape

    11 Days / 9 Nights
    Toronto (others options available)

    Cities visited: Bangkok & Phuket

    Air Inclusive, including internal flights
    Explore the beaches in Phuket
    Tour Guide
    Visit the reclining Buddha

Here are some frequently asked questions on travel to Thailand

Thailand FAQ

Q1Will I require a visitor's visa in Thailand?

No visa is required for Canadian citizens for a stay of up to 30 days. Canadian passport holders must have a 6 month validity beyond the date of return. You may contact the Thai Embassy or Consulate if you have any questions or concerns regarding visa requirements.

Q2Is tipping appreciated in Thailand? If so, how much?

Yes, tipping is appreciated in Thailand. Luggage porters can be tipped around 1 USD. Transfer representatives also appreciate tipping as an incentive. As well, servers in restaurants appreciate 5% on top of a 10 % service fee from the bill.

Q3Can I drink tap water and other drinks? And what kind of food should I avoid?

It is recommended that you solely drink bottled or boiled water, beverages from cans or sealed bottles. You should avoid fruits that you cannot peel yourself, ice in beverages, and undercooked food or food that is no longer piping hot. Please use caution when eating food from food stalls located in the streets. Also, avoid unpasteurized dairy products.

Q4What kind of medical precautions should I take before visiting Thailand?

Specific vaccinations are not mandatory for entry in Thailand. However, it is recommended that all of your vaccinations are up-to-date one month prior to your departure.
For further consultation, please visit your local travel clinic.
For a more comprehensive guide to health travel in Thailand, you may refer to the World Health Organization.

Q5When is the best time to travel to Thailand?

Thailand is home to a fairly typical tropical climate. The year may be split into ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ seasons – there is very little variation in temperature. From May through until late September/ early October, monsoon season is what is determining Thailand’s weather patterns. During this period is when all of the country sees most of its annual rainfall, particularly when you reach the higher points of northern Thailand. Koh Samui and surrounding area will be opposite in season to Phuket and the rest of Thailand. As in most parts of the world, it is impossible to make precise forecasts, but even in the rainy season the sun can shine. Please contact us for more information!

Q6What currency is used in Thailand?

The currency is the baht (THB).

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