Private Thai Tour

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Ever wondered what it would be like to be part of a Private Thai Tour with a non-Thai English speaking foreigner who has an immense passion for all things Thai. Add to this a private escorted tour that is exclusive to your particular needs.

Well, not only can it be a reality but it can also be a unique opportunity for you to explore the many diverse aspects of Thailand along with its distinctive and extraordinary culture. And all this from an entirely different perspective.

There are hundreds, if not thousands of conventional tour operators in your home country and Thailand offering all sorts of packaged sightseeing excursions. What I have discovered to my absolute amazement is that many staff members working in most western travel agencies haven't the slightest bit of knowledge, proficiency or expertise in contributing any useful information on the subject. 

This is especially true should you be wanting to visit Thailand for the very first time and have no clue as to what to expect. Other than the all too attractive brochures on display at western travel agencies, it can still be extremely confusing trying to figure out just where to begin.

If staff working in a travel agency haven't yet been to Thailand themselves, they can offer little if no essential information. I stand to correction, but I'm sure that there are agencies who invariably offer tours simply to obtain some sort of incentive or a kickback.


View of James Bond Island from a Helicopter

Private Thai Tour

What I am proposing is a once in a lifetime opportunity for responsible persons to tour Thailand with myself for an unbiased travel experience. Local tour guides will be on standby where necessary. I have on many occasions taken family and friends on trips to Thailand from South Africa, the country where I currently live.

I am more than happy to make arrangements with single persons or groups of people who wish to travel in Thailand but need extra assistance and guidance. The only thing required of you, should you not reside in South Africa, is to make your own flight schedules to and from Thailand. I shall do all the rest. Please go to the bottom of this page to contact me should you require more information. 

Because of my passion and curiosity in the travel fraternity, I am receiving more and more requests from people around the world wanting me to advise them on all sorts of travel arrangements including hotel accommodation, entertainment venues, places of interest, shopping markets, boat cruises, elephant trekking, river rafting, helicopter flights and other aspects of travel in Thailand. 


Khmer Temple in North East Thailand



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