Langkawi to Phuket Charter Itinerary
Explore the Langkawi archipelago on this week-long charter in paradise. The region includes 99 picturesque islands, which are home to some of Asia’s most gorgeous white-sand beaches, incredible diving and beautiful jungle hiking. A Langkawi charter offers something for everyone: Waterfalls to explore, duty-free shopping, watersports, island hopping and more. Explore Langkawi on this week-long yacht charter.
Day 1 – Arrival in Kuah, Langkawi Anchorage
Fly into Langkawi and transfer to your yacht. Kuah, the provincial capital of Langkawi, is just an hour’s flight from Kuala Lumpur, and domestic flights are available from various cities throughout the mainland. Upon arrival, enjoy a glass of bubbly, while you tour your home for the next week. In the afternoon, set sail to one of Langkawi’s legendary anchorages.
Day 2 – Langkawi to Koh Lipe, Thailand
Enjoy the sunrise in Langkawi, followed by a chef-prepared breakfast. Langkawi’s calm waters are perfect for a morning paddle or swim. You and your guests will set sail for Koh Lipe, a Thai island that’s a four-hour sail away. Known for its incredible wildlife and scenery (Koh Lipe is a part of Taruato National Marine Park), the island is perfect for snorkeling and diving. A world-class shipwreck site – the Yong Hua Shipwreck – is a favorite diving destination. And the numerous corals around the small islands in the park offer plenty of chances to swim with tropical fish. On Koh Lipe, enjoy a beach picnic at one of the island’s postcard-worthy beaches like Pattaya or Hat Chao Le.
Day 3 – Koh Lipe to Koh Rok Nok
From Koh Lipe, depart to the Koh Rok islands, a chain of smaller, mostly uninhabited islands in the South Andaman Sea. Koh Rok is a roughly six-hour sail from Koh Lipe, so you and your guests will have a chance to enjoy a day at sea. The Koh Rok islands are renowned for their pristine corals; this is one of the region’s best snorkeling spots. You’ll also want to do some island hopping; every island is home to amazing white-sand beaches. A beachside dinner and sunset cocktails cap off this magical day.
Day 4 – Koh Rok Nok to Koh Muk
Sip your morning coffees over a chef-prepared breakfast, before a short morning sail to Koh Muk. This island is one of the region’s most spectacular sites – the Emerald Cave. The cave features a 65-foot tunnel that visitors can swim or kayak through, and after passing through the cave, visitors reach a hidden beach in the middle of the jungle. The experience is unforgettable and it’s a must-see site on Koh Muk.
Day 5 – Koh Muk to Koh Lanta
After a short morning sail, arrive at Waterfall Bay on Koh Lanta. The area is home to a beautiful waterfall, just a short hike from the shoreline. Here, you’ll find the Khlong Jaak Waterfall, which towers over a swimming hole. This is the perfect place for a quick dip to cool off. In the afternoon, enjoy the warm waters of Waterfall Bay, a mecca for watersports. Take a jetski tour, kayak or paddleboard, or go windsurfing, before sunset cocktails.
Day 6 – Koh Lanta to Koh Phi Phi
A visit to the South Andaman Sea isn’t complete without a trip to the lively resort island of Koh Phi Phi. Known for its nightclubs and beach parties, Koh Phi Phi is the perfect place to let loose and dance the night away. Nearby, you’ll also want to explore Koh Phi Phi Leh, which is home to the iconic beach setting of the movie The Beach.
Day 7 – Koh Phi Phi Don to Phuket
Enjoy the morning in Koh Phi Phi Don. The beaches and streets of Koh Phi Phi Don are beautiful and quiet in the morning, and make a great setting for a peaceful stroll. Depending on your travel accommodations, you may spend the night in Koh Yao, a nearby island or head to the Phuket Yacht Haven Marina. Either way, the anchorages offer amazing sunset views, as you enjoy a five-star dinner on your final night aboard. In the morning, disembark at the Phuket Yacht Haven Marina.