Answers to our most frequently asked questions can be found here.
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You can book with us right up until before you leave. However groups fill up fast, so it's best to book as early as possible to avoid disappointment. You can secure your place by paying a $200 deposit.
Yes. Lots of people who go to Thailand are travelling solo. By joining us you'll be part of a group, so it's a great way to meet people and make friends!
It’s a good idea to try and arrive on the actual start date. There's no activities on the first day, so you can arrive at any time. If you do arrive early we'll still pick you up from the airport and will book you into the guesthouse from the day you arrive. Extra nights can be paid for on arrival.
If you're arriving more than 2 days before your start date your Group Leader may not be available to pick you up, so we can either provide you with detailed instructions on how to make your own way to the guesthouse or we can arrange a private Thai taxi pick up.
Yes. We will send you an invite to a private Facebook Group a month before your start date so you can start getting to know your group.
The great thing about Thailand is it’s usually hot all year round, so it's great to go at any time. There is slightly higher chance of rain in October and November, however due to the climate being tropical it usually only rains for about an hour in the afternoon and can be a nice relief from the heat.
Yes. As long as you're in Bangkok on one of the start dates you can book with us.
No. You can book with us and then book your flight. Try and arrive on the actual start date as most people find that spending more than a couple of days in Bangkok is too long. Also, there are no activities on the start date, so you can arrive anytime and you won’t miss a thing!
Depending on which airline you fly with or who you meet at Immigration when you land, there's a small chance that you might need to show proof of a ticket out of Thailand. If you don't have a return ticket or onward flight already booked you can always wait to see if you are asked and then buy a cheap flight or bus ticket out of the country, even if you're not planning on using it.
Most nationalities including the UK, Europe, Australia, NZ, Canada, USA, Scandinavia and Brazil will usually receive a 30-day visa exemption on arrival for free.
If you would like a longer tourist visa or are not eligible for the visa exemption you can apply for a visa at your nearest Thai consulate prior to entering Thailand. If you're unsure of your visa requirements or need any help just contact us.
All of your activities, accommodation, transport and some meals are included in Thailand, so you’ll just need money for some meals, drinks, shopping and any onward travel. We recommend you bring at least $300 spending money.
It's best to take a Visa or Mastercard debit or credit card, or a travel money card with you. With a back up PIN protected card to keep elsewhere (e.g. with your passport) in case you lose the primary one. There are ATM's and money exchanges available throughout Thailand so it's easy to get access to cash. Traveller’s cheques are not recommended as they are not accepted everywhere and carrying large amounts of cash is not recommended.
The Full Moon Party is every 28 days when the moon is full.
Full moon dates can be found here.
The Thai Intro 9 day finishes at the amazing 'Sarana Bungalows' in Koh Phangan, which is a short 10 minute drive from the Full Moon Party. If you'd like to stay on longer at Sarana just let us know and we'll book your extra nights. An extra night will cost approximately $25.
Note: There are awesome parties on Koh Phangan throughout the month, including Half Moon parties out in the jungle, Black Moon parties, pool parties, foam parties and more! So if you can't make it to a Full Moon Party don’t worry, you’ll still have a great time.
All guesthouses and hotels in Thailand provide bedding so there's no need to bring a sleeping bag with you.
We recommend bringing a backpack and packing light! 10-20kgs of stuff should be plenty! And because it's so hot in Thailand dragging a 30kg suitcase around isn't much fun!
Yes. The majority of locals in tourist areas such as Bangkok and the popular islands speak English. We recommend learning a few key words such as ‘hello’, ‘thank you’ and ‘another massage please’ to help you get by. We can teach you these and more.
No. Thailand is generally a safe place. With our help, some common sense and respect for the Thai culture you’ll be ok.
There are no mandatory injections for Thailand and the areas we go to are very low risk. Therefore a lot of people don’t bother with injections. However some travellers do opt for injections to protect against Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Tetanus. For more info see your doctor or check out this link.
Yes – if you drink out of the tap, eat food that hasn’t been cooked properly, get bitten by a stray dog because you teased it, or drink too much Thai whisky. Otherwise you’ll be fine. If you get sick we’ll be there to help you.