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An exciting tour of Thailand's treasures. Discover the magic of Bangkok, the energy of Chiang Mai and the natural beauty of Phuket, one of Southeast Asia's most beautiful islands.

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Extraordinary Thailand Vacation Packages & Tours


Are you looking for a fantastic Thailand vacation deal? Our travel packages offer an incredible range of experiences, from bustling cities, pristine beaches, and gorgeous landscapes.

We aim to make your journey simple and stress-free. Our travel experts work overtime to ensure a relaxing, authentic holiday experience in the “Land of Smiles.”

Exoticca’s Thailand vacation packages from Canada include flights, hotels, tours, and transfers. Some packages also contain meals.

Trips to Thailand from Canada


A Thailand vacation offers you a unique opportunity to explore one of Southeast Asia’s most culturally diverse countries. This country is known for its tropical climate, sandy beaches, and lush forests.

Thailand borders Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, and Malaysia. Nestled in the continent’s heart, it’s home to breathtaking landscapes, ancient ruins, vibrant markets, and colorful festivals.

This country boasts some of the most stunning natural wonders in the world. Attractions include ancient temples and ruins as well as beautiful islands in the south. Discover Thailand’s rich cultural heritage by enjoying the diverse local cuisine.

Our tours depart from the US, the UK, and Canada. We provide comprehensive travel packages that include flights, hotels, tours, and transfers, so you can enjoy your trip without worrying about the logistics.

Begin and end your Thailand trip in Canada from main airports in cities like Toronto and Ottawa.

Top points of interest in Thailand

Discover tropical beaches, ancient temples, bustling markets, and mouth-watering cuisine with the best Thailand tours. Below is a sneak peek at what you can look forward to.


This ancient city was once a thriving capital of the Kingdom of Siam, with one million inhabitants and 500 temples. The ruins of Ayutthaya remain an essential part of Thailand’s cultural heritage

Explore the Ayutthaya Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes the ruins of temples and stone palaces. The park is home to famous archaeological sites like Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, Wat Yai Chaya Mongkhol, and Wat Mahathat. 

Ayutthaya is known for its floating market, night events, and the Bang Pa-In Summer Palace. A Thailand vacation isn’t complete without a visit to Ayutthaya to witness this great kingdom’s immense history and culture.


The capital city of Thailand is a vibrant and exciting destination that offers something for everyone. No matter your interests, Bangkok leaves you amazed and wanting more.

Bangkok is a city of contrasts. It boasts delicious street food, luxurious restaurants, bustling markets, high-end shopping malls, ancient temples, and modern skyscrapers.

Must-visit attractions during your Thailand vacation include the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Chatuchak Weekend Market, Khao San Road, and Chinatown

Take a ride on a tuk-tuk or a long-tail boat along the Chao Phraya River, sample the delicious Thai cuisine, or indulge in a traditional Thai massage.

Chiang Mai

“The Rose of the North” is the largest city in Northern Thailand, surrounded by breathtaking mountains. It’s a hub of ancient architecture and spirituality with over 300 Buddhist temples

Chiang Mai has everything from vibrant night markets and delicious street food to the calm and peaceful sanctuaries of the temples. 

Adventurous travelers can explore the city by foot or ride a bicycle. They can also opt for thrilling Thailand adventure tours, like ziplining through the jungle.

Those seeking an authentic cultural experience can participate in traditional cooking classes and visit hill tribe villages

The city hosts several annual celebrations, like the famous Yi Peng Lantern Festival. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the unique charm and beauty of Chiang Mai on your trip to Thailand.


Phuket is the perfect destination to disconnect from everyday life and broaden your perspective. The island is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, crystal clear waters, vibrant coral reefs, and lush rainforests.

Phuket is a paradise destination that offers an incredible variety of experiences. Its breathtaking beaches are a major attraction, but there’s much more to discover. 

Explore the vibrant nightlife of Patong, indulge in a luxurious spa treatment, or take a boat tour of nearby islands. Phuket is an excellent base for thrill-seeking activities, like diving, snorkeling, and other water sports

With world-class dining and accommodation options, it’s no wonder Phuket is one of Thailand’s most popular destinations.

Thailand: Off the beaten track

Exoticca’s Thailand tours allow you to experience Thailand’s authentic culture and natural beauty. Discover other attractions not included on typical tourist itineraries.

Thailand has many hidden gems waiting to be explored, like Sukhothai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with ancient temples. Learn about the history of the Thai monarchy at Phitsanulok and visit the monkey population of Lopburi.

Book your trip to Thailand with Exoticca


Looking to book a trip to Thailand? We’ll take care of all the planning, so you can sit back, relax, and immerse yourself in the local culture.

All-inclusive Thailand vacation packages: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers

At Exoticca, we believe that travel should be accessible and enjoyable. That’s why we take care of all the planning for your Thailand vacation.

Every detail of your trip is carefully tailored to your travel wishes and preferences. Our all-inclusive packages encompass flights, hotels, tours, transfers, and even some meals. Please confirm what your package includes before finalizing your booking.

Experience Thailand with partially or fully guided tours

At Exoticca, we offer a variety of tours to Thailand to suit different travel styles and preferences. Choose from guided, escorted, semi-escorted, or independent tours.

  • Our independent tours are perfect for those looking for complete freedom and flexibility. You can design your itinerary according to your preferences, and we’ll handle all the logistics.
  • Enjoy a semi-escorted tour to explore at your own pace while still benefiting from the assistance of our expert guides.
  • Thailand escorted tours provide a more structured itinerary and comprehensive travel experience.
  • Our guided tours are led by knowledgeable local travel guides who offer real experiences and deep insights. They show you hidden gems and keep you safe while traveling.

In addition to our Thailand group tours, we also offer private tours. Contact our dedicated travel agents to assist you with a private reservation.

Crafted by our travel experts

We pride ourselves on crafting all-inclusive trips to Thailand that cater to specific interests, budgets, and travel styles.

Our excursions are organized by a team of travel experts who ensure you get the experience of a lifetime. They’ve created more than 300 packages across 60 destinations. They have extensive knowledge of Thailand, its culture, its attractions, and its traditions.

We work with local partners and knowledgeable guides who are passionate about their country and provide you with an authentic Thai experience.

At Exoticca, we work tirelessly to customize our Thailand vacation packages to your needs and preferences. Trust that you’re in good hands, and focus on making unforgettable memories to last a lifetime.

We aim to provide an immersive experience of Thailand so you can disconnect from everyday life. Our packages cover significant landmarks and attractions. Experience cozy accommodation and masterful tour guides that ensure a safe and authentic journey.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many days in Thailand are enough?


The length of your trip depends on your preferences, budget, and schedule. Generally, a week is a reasonable time to see some of the country’s highlights. If you want to explore multiple regions or islands, 10–14 days may be more suitable.

What is the best time to visit Thailand?


Thailand is a year-round destination with a warm, tropical climate. Research the weather before choosing a vacation package to Thailand. Diving or island hopping may be more enjoyable after the monsoon season. Temple visits or cultural tours are worthwhile at any time of the year.

Which part of Thailand is best to stay in?


Bangkok suits vibrant city life, while Phuket, Koh Samui, and Krabi are ideal for beaches and island hopping. Chiang Mai is perfect for an authentic cultural experience on your Thailand vacation.

Where should I go for the first time in Thailand?


Bangkok is a must-visit destination, with its vibrant street life, stunning temples, delicious street food, and bustling markets. Head to beautiful islands like Koh Samui, Phuket, or Krabi during your all-inclusive Thailand vacation for stunning beaches and water activities.

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More information about Thailand

A vacation to Thailand is one of the most popular travel experiences in Southeast Asia. The country continues to attract the public thanks to its fantastic mix of spectacular beaches, temples, delicious cuisine, a variety of activities and its cheerful locals. Located in the center of Southeast Asia, on the Indochina Peninsula, the Kingdom of Thailand is a dazzling treasure of the East. Its shares a border on to the east with Laos, on the southeast with Cambodia and the Gulf of Thailand, on the south with Malaysia and on the west with Myanmar and the Andaman Sea.

Its 69 million inhabitants are distributed along 1770 kilometers from north to south and 805 kilometers from east to west in 76 provinces, which have the same name as their corresponding capital cities. Bangkok is the most populated and has the highest population density. On a tour of Thailand, you will be amazed by the kindness of its inhabitants; it has even been granted the nickname of ‘The Land of Smiles’.

The most mountainous area can be found close to the border with Myanmar and the highest peak is the Doi Inthanon at 2595 meters and is located to the north, in the province of Chiang Mai. Its two main river systems are the Chao Phraya, which provides drainage for 35% of the country and runs through the heart of Bangkok and the Mekong River, which serves as a natural border with Myanmar and Laos in the famous Golden Triangle.

Thailand enjoys a humid tropical climate with temperatures ranging between 15 and 35 degrees Celsius. The monsoon season runs from June to October, and the coolest months are from November to February.  The remainder of the year is delightfully warm.


Nature in Thailand

Thailand has a varied landscape, ranging from woodland to tropical mangroves, in the form of forests and jungles, which covers 25% of the country and which together with the plateau, exhibits exuberant specimens of mangroves, Indian reeds, ebony, teak, oak , pines, bamboos, palms, ratans, lianas, fruit trees such as coconuts, mangoes and bananas and up to 27,000 species of plants and flowers such as fistula, orchids, hibiscus or gardenias.

The more than 100 national parks have a fundamental role in the protection of the 313 species of reptiles107 of amphibians900 of birds and 300 species of mammals that can be found in the country, such as elephants, tigers, monkeys, leopards, wild oxen, buffalos, tapirs, snakes and crocodiles. Thailand also has exceptionally rich marine life including reef fish, sea cow, crossbow fish, whale shark, and giant spider crabs, ensuring scuba diving is one of the most common activities for visitors on a trip to Thailand.


Economy in Thailand

The Thai economy is supported by agriculture, rice cultivation, duck, pig, ox and cow farming and fishing in the Andaman SeaGulf of Thailand and the Mekong River. Being one of the ten most visited countries in the world, tourism represents one of the main sources of income and has produced many job opportunities for its inhabitants.

It is a very well connected country and has a large transport network, so it is an easy country in which to enjoy a tour. It has 25 airports and many international airlines land in Bangkok, one of the most important airports in Asia. It has an extensive network of roads that move buses, minivans, cars, and motorcycles; the railways connect the most important cities of the country; A large number of private ferry companies connect the many islands and the best options to get around the capital's streets are the subway, the metro, the taxi or on a traditional tuk-tuk.


Religion in Thailand

75% of Thailand’s inhabitants belong to the Que Tai and Lao ethnic groups, the vast Chinese community represents about 15% of the population and the remainder of the country’s inhabitants are either Malays, Mon, Khmer and indigenous tribes from the highlands.

95% of the population follows the Buddhist Theravada school of belief, 4% are Muslim and the remaining 1% identify as either Hindu, Christian, Confucian or Taoist. Thai men usually enter temporarily into a monastery for about three months after finishing their university studies. In the time they are there, they are novice monks and they can decide freely when to leave it. The reason why they do this is to cleanse their mind, earn merit and honor their parents.


History of Thailand

package holiday to Thailand will undoubtedly bring you face-to-face with the living monuments of the country’s vast history. The oldest archaeological site in Thailand dates from 3600 BC but the founding of the nation was established in 1238 with the Kingdom of Sukhothai until 1365 when it was replaced by the Kingdom of Ayutthaya. After the fall of this kingdom in 1767, at the hands of the Burmese when the capital was devastated and burned, it was moved to Thonburi under the mandate of King Taksin the Great. In 1782 the reign of Siam passed to the Chakri dynasty with Rama I, who declared Bangkok the new capital.

The absolute monarchy of Rama VII became constitutional as a result of the coup d'état of 1932. During the Second World WarThailand was allied with Japan, but during the final stages of the war, it unified with the United States. In 1946 Rama IX came to the throne and in 1949Siam changed its name to Thailand. After 17 violent attempts to seize political power and years of political instability, in 2014 the army staged a new coup d'etat. In 2016 the beloved king died, putting an end to the most enduring reign in the world. After seven decades of rule, the king was succeeded by his son Rama who found himself under a military dictatorship. Despite the attempts, it is the only Southeast Asian country that has never been colonized by a European power.


Culture and Traditions in Thailand

The Thais have had a centuries-long special relationship with elephants, or ‘chang’, as they call them. These immense and beautiful creatures have been a fundamental part of the culture and appeared on the national flag until 1917. Throughout history, these noble animals have been domesticated and have assisted in construction, transport, and warfare. The importance and admiration for them are also reflected in Buddhist and Hindu beliefs and mythological legends giving them a mystical power and making them bearers of good luck. They are a true symbol for the country.

It is true that elephants in Thailand have also been the object of abuse, ill-treatment, and illegal trade, but fortunately, there are institutions that ethically rescue, care for, treat and feed them.

The picturesque floating markets are another of the Thai traditions and an essential visit on a holiday to Thailand. A universe of canals, canoes, and houses on stilts, these floating markets are a unique insight into the daily lives of the locals as they buy and sell fruits, vegetables, crafts, and freshly cooked dishes.

Thai boxing or ‘Muay Thai’ is a popular martial art and is considered a national sport. In the Kingdom of Sukhothai, it was part of the military training of the soldiers.

Thai massages are another hallmark of the country and follow an ancient philosophy. The technique was created 2,500 years ago by Dr. Shivago, Buddha's physician, in which he combined different Asian techniques, Ayurvedic principles, and yoga postures. You cannot fully experience a tour of Thailand without enjoying one of these wonderful massages. The technique consists of strong pressure and stretches in which the therapist uses their hands, fists, elbows, knees, feet, arms and legs in order for the recipient to achieve physical, mental and emotional balance. There are countless massage parlors throughout the country and the prices are very cheap.

Embarking on a comprehensive tour of Thailand takes visitors through a fascinating and varied territory with a vast history to discover a country that will surprise you with its unique landscapes and variety of traditions. The country is a heavyweight in tourism and it is well deserved. Everyone wants to go and discover the country for themselves and whoever has visited always wants to return to explore further.

Why is Thailand the most popular destination in Asia?

The answer is simple; because it has everything; a rich historical heritage, the fruit of the kingdoms of Siam and Lanna; ancestral traditions and rigorous customs; a sublime artistic legacy that is reflected in the delicacy and beauty of its temples; captivating cities, well connected to each other; a bustling capital city; a dreamlike landscape that stretches from the lush mountain forests of the north to the idyllic islands of the south with magnificent beaches of fine sand and warm crystalline waters; national parks and nature reserves full of exotic wildlife, frantic cities and quiet rural areas, a delicious aromatic cuisine, a warm climate, accommodations of all kinds and for all budgets, virgin landscapes in which to practice sports such as hiking, snorkeling, kayaking, cycling, sailing or rafting, a lively nightlife and a mystical and spiritual environment; numerous modern shopping centers and street markets, an infrastructure prepared for tourism and affordable prices; and the most important thing, kind and friendly locals who always greet visitors with an unbreakable smile, infecting you with their infinite joy and their caring, tolerant and educated attitude, perhaps the fruit of Buddhist teachings. Hence the Thai proverb, ‘do good and receive good, do evil and receive evil’.

holiday to Thailand means entering into the deepest and warmest of Asian traditions. Its millenarian culture is a reference point and attracts, like a magnet, the western tourist who seeks traveler enrichment and open-mindedness. The capital, Bangkok, is a bustling and extensive city, with a cultural treasure that deserves to be given time before leaving for one of the more than one hundred tropical islands that are distributed between the Gulf of Thailand or the Andaman Sea, always a highlight in all-inclusive trips to Thailand. On these islands, you can find young people in search of nightlife and also those who seek silence or solely the whisper of the waves. And for the most restless, the north of the country offers all the possibilities and the mystery of the jungle in the Golden Triangle of Thailand.

Thailand is a land of freedom. When you step foot in the country it seduces you with what you see, hear, taste, smell and feel. That's why traveling to Thailand means immersing yourself in an unbeatable cocktail of floating markets and tuk-tuks, pad thai and tropical fruits, waterfalls and lakes, skyscrapers and houseboats, lanterns illuminating the night sky, sun and rain, sea and mountains, monks with saffron robes and Buddhist rituals, rivers and forests, flowers and offerings, caves and coral reefs, golden Buddhas and temples with pointed roofs.Thai’s are experts at making floral arrangements that they exhibit as ornamentation in their sacred places. Mythical Thailand is like a flower; delicate, colorful, aromatic, beautiful, wild, romantic and natural. Do not hesitate to explore; a magical trip awaits you.

  • Entry requirements

    Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond the date you expect to leave from Thailand.

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    No visa is required for stays of up to 30 days.

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    In Thailand they drive on the left-hand side of the road.

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    Please consult your doctor regarding malaria prophylaxis.

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