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The top 6 places to spend Christmas 2017 on your superyacht

The top 6 places to spend Christmas 2017 on your superyacht

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Best for unbelievable natural scenery

With such an enormous number of islands to explore, there is a myriad of reasons try out a luxury yacht charter in Thailand for Christmas.

After enjoying incredible activities in Phuket, such as elephant rides and wild walks on Monkey Hill, sample the local cuisine at the nearby Blue Elephant, which is also home to a renowned cookery school. It's located in the luxurious Governor’s Mansion and specialises in ‘Royal Thai’ cuisine.

Sail north towards the Ao Phang-Nga National Park, but be sure to stop off for a signature Watsu treatment at the Naka Island Spa. A 60 minute combination of massage and aquatic therapy helps alleviate aches and pains in time for an indulgent Christmas meal and drinks back on board your yacht.

Keen 007 fans won’t want to miss Khoa Phing Kan, otherwise known as James Bond Island as it was used for The Man with the Golden Gun — one of the top movie locations to visit on a luxury yacht. Sitting within the park, it’s limestone cliffs and caves are extraordinary.

The Ao Pang-Nga National Park, famous for its towering cliffs and mysterious caves, its best views are found by kayak, accompanied by a guide. Expect to see white-handed gibbons, Bengal monitor lizards, banded sea snakes and crab-eating macaques.

Picture courtesy of Shutterstock.com / Banana Republic Images

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