The calm water along Mai Khao beach is perfect for sea canoeing and kayaking. However, these activities, which are available for guests at JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa, SALA Phuket and Anantara Phuket, are not on offer during the monsoon season from April to November. White water rafting is also available in the nearby Phang-nga province. A day-trip rafting package is also offered. Please contact the resort?s concierge for more information.
Yachting, Private Charters and Cruises
As one of the finest Phuket luxury resort groups on the island, North Phuket Resorts lets you discover the breathtaking diversity of the island as you set sail on a luxury chartered yacht. Besides the yacht, other kinds of boat trip options available include excursions on long-tail boats and cruise liners that will take you on a stylish and intimate tour around numerous exotic beaches and offshore islands. These services are available for both overnight and day cruises.
Jogging and Fitness trails
Sirinath National Park is home to Phuket's longest beach, Mai Khao beach, which stretches for eight kilometres across the northwestern part of the island. Within the national park itself lies a number of trails as well as the Pru Jeh Son peat swamp forest, perfect for walking, jogging and hiking.
Mai Khao Beach
Situated on Phuket's northwest shoreline, this eight-kilometre Mai Khao beach is nestled within the Sirinath National Park with stunning views of the Andaman Sea. The gleaming white sands of the beach are right on your doorstep.
Keep your service game sharp on championship-sized tennis courts, which are also equipped for night-time play. Sign up for some tennis classes at JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa and Anantara Phuket.
Start your day with a cycling tour along the sandy beaches, down country roads or through the lush coconut groves teeming with wildlife. Our resort experts can suggest short routes or whole-day mountain bike adventures that will take you through some of Phuket’s most visceral scenery.
Phuket offers some of the world’s best sports fishing and angling sites. Blue and black marlin, sailfish, dog-tooth tuna, giant trevally, jacks and even swordfish have been caught around Phuket and the surrounding waters. The fishing community's firm catch-and-release policy also helps ensure that future generations will have the opportunity to test themselves against these magnificent animals.
Snorkelling and Diving
The tropical waters of the Andaman Sea are ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving. Possessing clear and calm water filled with exotic marine life, Phuket is rated in amongst the top ten diving destinations in the world with its spectacular coral reefs and unusual underwater rock formations. Snorkelling and scuba diving can be done year-round in Phuket, but the best time of year for it is November-April, when the sea is at its most placid.
Tee off in the glorious hills of Phuket and enjoy a challenging and visually stunning game of golf in the rolling 720-acre Blue Canyon Country Club that includes two award-winning 18-hole golf courses. There are also other excellent golf courses, one of which is the highly praised Red Mountain. Practice your swing and meet some other global golf aficionados in one of the world’s premier golf destinations.
Yoga, Aerobics and Fitness
All the resorts are equipped with a gym and provide exercise classes. Join the impassioned instructors and discover new moves, whether during public lessons out by the pool or in a private session tailored to your ability back in your own private villa. From novices to experts, we will be able to cater to your yoga and aerobics needs.
Phuket is an aquatic paradise, bordered on all sides by famous beaches and glittering seas, ideal for water sports of all kinds. Activities include surfing, windsurfing or even kite surfing. Catch the breeze, hone a new skill and feel the sense of adventure when out of your comfort zone.
Nai Yang Beach
Nai Yang and Mai Khao beach together form Phuket’s longest stretch of beach, of over ten kilometres end to end. Fringed by Casuarina trees, Nai Yang beach is a popular weekend picnic spot for locals.