An active Thailand holiday


Thailand isn’t just about lounging on beach chairs, sipping cocktails and shopping. If you are someone who prefers a more active style holiday then Thailand has it all. You have everything from adventure sports, water sports, martial arts and even yoga. And you can create a great Thailand multi centre trip doing it all.  There are so many possibilities when it comes to visiting Thailand, so take a look at these other great Thailand itineraries for ideas.


Thai Boxing (Muay Thai)

The most famous sport of Thailand is Muay Thai so if you are into martial arts this is definitely one to go check out. It’s not for the faint hearted though and has a reputation for being extremely tough. Rather then just going to watch a fight there are plenty of Muay Thai centres and camps where you can even learn the sport. Beware though these camps are tough, but you will become the fitness you have ever been if you spend some time there. There are awesome camps all over the country so if you have a multi centre itinerary then you can just find one near you.

Water sports

Thailand holidays will always involve some form of water sport, which is no surprise when the country has over 3,000 kilometers of coastline. If you want to get your divers license then Thailand is the place to do it. Koh Tao one of the beautiful islands off the coast issues the most divers licenses per year world wide. You can also do some great live aboard dive trips that are super affordable and you will be taken to some of the best dive spots Thailand has to offer. It’s not just diving though in Thailand you have the opportunity to jetski, water ski, kite board and even surf board. Whatever takes your fancy in the water Thailand has it all. Makes a nice difference too when it’s in beautiful turquoise waters with some of the best scenery you’ll see.


Rock climbing

With its beautiful limestone cliffs is no wonder Thailand Holiday’s have become very popular amongst rock climbers. Krabi is the best province to explore Thailand’s vertical slopes. It’s not just for the experts though as there is lots of options for complete beginners or intermediate climbers.


If you don’t want to get into as much extreme sports then yoga is also another very popular activity in Thailand. There are studios and yoga retreats all over the country. Up North in Chiang Mai there are some great studios, or go check out one of the many amazing retreat centers on the outer islands. Phuket, Koh Samui and Koh Pha Ngan have got some of the best in the country. stock a wide range of sports gear, so that you can look your best while performing your best.