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Just Back From Thailand

Why “The Land of Smiles” should be on your bucket list… 


“Thailand should be on everyone’s travel bucket list. It’s a locale that offers the perfect blend of culture, food, scenery, luxury accommodations and unique experiences. And all at an incredible overall value.” says Molly Mathis, CEO and Chief Experience Creator of MOJO Adventures. 


We were selected as one of six luxury, worldwide travel companies to be hosted on a luxury Thailand adventure at ANI Private Resorts in Koh Yao Noi.  (One of MOJO’s preferred worldwide partner properties).  

“This exclusive-use, luxury property, is the perfect “basecamp” for multi-generational families, girls/couples groups and hosted wellness/corporate retreats,” says Molly.  “It’s designed exclusively for a single group — meaning you enjoy the entire resort to yourself.” 

In addition, Southeast Asia is making a huge comeback post-Covid and offers incredible value at a fraction of the cost compared to other popular locales like the Caribbean and Europe.  

But, get here soon because once word gets out, the crowds and corresponding higher rates are sure to return.  (Case in point — the popular TV program White Lotus just announced it will be filming Season 3 in Thailand in 2024).  

Similar to locales like Morocco and Chile, Thailand is a destination we don’t recommend planning without an expert. “Since travel to Thailand involves a huge time commitment and the country offers a vast range of diverse experiences and regions to explore, you don’t want to risk blowing several days by showing up without a plan.”

“We enjoyed a dedicated guide and driver throughout our time in Thailand who made it easy to navigate everything from the language barrier to finding the best, most unique places to stay and eat. By working with a professional, you can truly immerse yourself in the local culture and view the beauty of Thailand through the lens of its people,” says Molly.


If you’re interested in learning more, please reach out. And, if you want to cook the same traditional Thai dish we cooked, click here for the recipe.