Ports: Phuket Cruise Port

Phuket

Located just off Thailand’s west coast in the Andaman Sea, Phuket has long been a favorite holiday destination for adventurous travelers. Combining stunning beaches with dramatic limestone cliffs and a rugged forested interior, there’s no wonder it has been dubbed the “Pearl of the Andaman”.

Phuket Town is home to fascinating Sino-Portuguese architecture and legendary shopping, and there are a number of elevated lookout points where you can take in the sweeping coastal views. The island’s popularity as a tourist destination means that the dining and restaurant choices are second to none, with Phuket’s lobsters considered a local delicacy.

Phuket is so large that it really doesn’t feel like an island at all, but there are plenty of smaller offshore islands, ringed by pristine, white sandy beaches, where you can enjoy that quintessential tropical island vibe. The crystal clear waters which surround Phuket are also home to vibrant coral reefs, teeming with marine life, and the diving and snorkeling is world-renowned. From the underwater marvels of the Similan Islands to the dramatic landscapes of Phi Phi Island and the famous “James Bond Island”, there are plenty of island hopping day trips for that perfect mix of sun and underwater adventures.

But away from the islands and beaches, Phuket’s jungle-clad interior also boasts exhilarating white-water rafting, as well as elephant back treks to explore its diverse flora and fauna. For those after a more local insight, why not visit one of Phuket’s farms to learn about the rich Thai rice growing traditions, or even take a rural ox-cart cart.

Phuket is that perfect mix of off-the-beaten track adventure and luxurious beachside charm. So however you like to travel, we have a Phuket shore excursion to suit, and there is no better way to end it than at the Promthep Cape viewpoint, which offers an unforgettable sunset over the Andaman Sea.

Cruise ships could anchor and tender to a temporary pier at the south end of Patong (removed during rainy season May-Oct) or dock at Ao Makham Deep Sea Port approximately five miles south of Phuket City. Kalim Beach on the north end of Patong has also been used as a tender pier.

Shore Excursions

Coral Island by Speedboat

Koh Hae (Coral Island)

8 hours

SHARED

56 CAD per person

Coral Island by Speedboat

Phuket Safari Tour

Phuket

4 hours

SHARED

54 CAD per person

Phuket Safari Tour

Phuket Adventures

Phuket

4 hours

SHARED

65 CAD per person

Phuket Adventures

Phang Nga Bay (James Bond Island)

Khao Tapoo (James Bond Island), Phang Nga Bay, Koh Panak, Koh Hong, Lawa Beach or Naka Beach

9 hours

SHARED

128 CAD per person

Phang Nga Bay (James Bond Island)

Phuket Highlights

Phuket Island, Khao Rang Hill, Wat Chalong, Rawai and Naiharn beaches

8 hours

SHARED

72 CAD per person

Phuket Highlights

Phi Phi Islands by Speedboat

Phi Phi Island, Phi Phi Ley Island, Loh Samah Bay, Pileh Cover and the Viking Cave

8 hours

SHARED

310 CAD per person

PRIVATE

from 232 CAD to 1,858 CAD

Phi Phi Islands by Speedboat

Similan Islands by Speedboat

Similan Islands National Marine Park, Ba Ngu Island, Mieng Island

10 hours

SHARED

165 CAD per person

Similan Islands by Speedboat

Phuket Sightseeing and Shopping

Phuket, Khao Rang Hill, Wat Chalong, Promthep Cape

4 hours

SHARED

54 CAD per person

Phuket Sightseeing and Shopping

Schedule for the Port of Phuket

25 January 2017

Princess Cruises

Diamond Princess

Phuket Cruise Port

29 January 2017

Royal Caribbean

Mariner Of The Seas

Phuket Cruise Port

31 January 2017

Oceania Cruises

Nautica

Phuket Cruise Port

01 February 2017

Silversea Cruises

Silver Shadow

Phuket Cruise Port

02 February 2017

Royal Caribbean

Mariner Of The Seas

Phuket Cruise Port

06 February 2017

Princess Cruises

Diamond Princess

Phuket Cruise Port

07 February 2017

Royal Caribbean

Mariner Of The Seas

Phuket Cruise Port

11 February 2017

Royal Caribbean

Mariner Of The Seas

Phuket Cruise Port

15 February 2017

Royal Caribbean

Mariner Of The Seas

Phuket Cruise Port

22 February 2017

Royal Caribbean

Mariner Of The Seas

Phuket Cruise Port

01 March 2017

Royal Caribbean

Mariner Of The Seas

Phuket Cruise Port

07 March 2017

Royal Caribbean

Mariner Of The Seas

Phuket Cruise Port