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Trekking and Rafting in Phuket – Experiencing A Different Side Of The Island
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The beaches in Phuket are beyond exotic and beautiful. They are great spots to kick back and relax; no doubt, the island is easily one of the best holiday destinations in the world. Phuket however, goes beyond its amazing coastline offering much more for the traveller to Thailand to experience. With plenty of widely spread parks and forests that await your leisurely exploration, age old rich culture and history, fantastic dining experiences and exciting night life, one can sum up a trip to Phuket in one word: extravagant!
Looking beyond these known island pleasures there are the thrilling adventures of trekking and rafting in some of the most scenic areas of Phuket, that are a far cry from the ordinary kinds of leisure pursuits. Ever wondered what it would be like to explore your way through a jungle on an elephant, much like the kings used to, back in the days of old? Phuket offers the ultimate jungle experience in the form of elephant trekking where you get to enjoy the sights of Khao Sok, the most extensive rainforest in the south of Thailand. With the beautiful Sok River Valley cutting through this dense jungle, the views it offers whether you are trekking by foot or mounted on an elephant, is simply spectacular.

Apart from riding these gentle giants, you can look forward to the interesting prospect of familiarizing yourself with the elephants and learning about their lifestyles. These animals, known for their incredible strength and high intellectuality, are fascinating to observe whether you are an animal lover or not. With many a jungle safari offered and plenty of locations to trek, no two days of excursions will be the same!

Apart from trekking, there is another exciting must do activity in Phuket. If you have not tried the island’s water rafting experience, then you have not been fully exposed to the real excitement of Phuket! There is no greater water experience that parallels the thrill of being navigated by the currents of a stream on an inflatable raft. With a number of cascading waterfalls and winding rivers and streams, water rafting allows you to enjoy the thrill of rushing down along crystal clear waters with picturesque scenery flying past you.

Offering something for everyone, from the laid back traveller to the extreme adrenaline junkie and from that quiet honeymoon retreat to extremely loud nightlife for party animals, Phuket in Thailand is a haven for holidaying. For an ideal Phuket resort that provides contemporary amenities and within close proximity to the coast and other major tourist attractions, the most ideal choice would be a Patong beach resort. Millennium Resort Patong Phuket offers attractive packages throughout the year, is an exemplary choice of 5 star hotel that will cater to the needs of the most selective lodger. 

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