GOOD Travel is proud to have partnered with WOW Coaching and Consulting to offer you this Possibilitarian Retreat to Thailand. This unique experience will enable you to see yourself and the world with a completely new perspective. You will leave this retreat feeling recharged, refreshed and inspired for life.
Dates: 3-10 February 2018
Size: Maximum of 15 participants + trip facilitators
Location: Phuket - Kuraburi - Ban Talae Nok village - Surin island - Khao Lak - Phuket
Cost: US$2,699 - including all accommodation, meals, activities, project donation and travel within Thailand.
Day 1: Arrival in Phuket
On arrival in Phuket, you will be met by a representative of GOOD Travel and taken to your accommodation. In the evening, you'll get to know the group participants during our welcome dinner.
Day 2: Travel to Kuraburi
We will drive for approximately three hours to Kurarburi. On the way, we'll stop at Sri Phanga National Park for a dip in a refreshing waterfall. On arrival in Kuraburi, we'll have a welcome meeting with our partner organization to learn more about Thailand and what to expect during this trip. You'll have the evening to relax and enjoy the nature surrounding our resort nestled in the jungle or visit an evening market with a local translator.
Day 3: Visit to Burmese Learning Center
We will visit the Burmese Learning Center to learn more about their work and get to know the staff and kids! This is an incredible project working to provide an education to Burmese migrants in Thailand. $100 of your trip fee will go directly towards supporting this project.
Day 4: Ban Talae Nok village
After a short drive, we will arrive at Ban Talae Nok village where we'll spend the day learning about life in a small Thai village. We'll take part in a variety of activities, including the opportunity to learn how to make soap out of natural ingredients. We'll spend the night staying in local homestays to get a true taste of the real Thailand.
Day 5: Ban Talae Nok village
We will take part in a variety of workshops in the village, including a cooking class and a weaving class. We'll also have plenty of time to relax on the beach and enjoy the beautiful view of the surrounding sea and islands.
Day 6: Island day trip
We will travel by boat to Surin island National Park. This area is famous for fine white sandy beaches, thick jungle, crystal-clear waters, and some of the best coral reefs in Thailand. We'll have a unique private tour with the original Moken
inhabitants of this tropical paradise
Day 7: Possibilitarian workshop
On our final day we will take part in a workshop with Vallori Thomas from WOW Coaching and Consulting. The rest of the day will be completely free for you to relax at the resort and reflect on the time you have spent in Thailand. There will also be the opportunity to get a massage. In the evening, we'll have a special farewell dinner.
Day 8: Return to Phuket
We will organize for your transfer back to the airport in Phuket in time for your flight home.
Every aspect of the trip has been designed to ensure that the local community and environment benefit from your visit. We have partnered with a local tourism organization specialized in community-based tourism to ensure that this trip also has a positive economic impact. We will be staying in resorts that are proactively working to support the local community and to minimize their impact on the environment. In addition, $100 of your trip fee will go directly towards supporting the Burmese Learning Center.
The trip will be led by Vallori Thomas from WOW Training & Consulting, Dixie Lincoln-Nichols from insideouterbeauty.com and Shelley Bragg from GOOD Travel. In addition, several local guides from our partner organization will be involved in various aspects of the trip.
Cost: The total trip cost is $2,699 and includes the following:
Please note that the following are not included and are your responsibility to arrange:
The deadline for reserving your spot on our Thailand Possibilitarian Retreat has now passed. If you are interested in joining this trip, please contact us and we may still be able to accept new participants on a case by case basis depending on availability.