30 Tage Philippinen Visum für deutsche Staatsangehörige

Deut­sche erhal­ten für 30 Tage ein gebüh­ren­frei­es Visum auf die Phil­ip­pi­nen: Bis­her galt dies für 21 Tage. Bei der Ein­rei­se ist ein Rück­flug­ti­cket vor­zu­wei­sen. Der Rei­se­pass muss noch min­des­tens sechs Mona­te gül­tig sein.


Wettersituation in Thailand Stand 31.03.11

Plea­se allow us to keep you updated on the latest wea­ther con­di­ti­ons in Thai­land:

Seve­re wea­ther con­di­ti­ons in sou­thern Thai­land are still affec­ting Koh Samui, Kra­bi Sou­thern Thai­land and the sur­roun­ding are­as.

The cur­rent situa­ti­on is as fol­lows:


Alt­hough Phu­ket has seen some bad wea­ther and hea­vy rain, the air­port and all major roads are still open.

The rough sea con­di­ti­ons are pre­ven­ting smal­ler boats from ope­ra­ting, so all of our island tours and speed boat trips are can­cel­led until fur­ther noti­ce.

Lar­ge fer­ries from Phu­ket to Koh Phi Phi are still ope­ra­ting as nor­mal.

Plea­se note that this situa­ti­on might chan­ge if the wea­ther wor­sens signi­fi­cant­ly.

Koh Samui:

Many parts of the island are floo­ded, inclu­ding Cha­weng and Lamai beaches and Bophut. Trans­port around the island is dif­fi­cult.

Samui air­port is still ope­ra­ting at a very redu­ced capa­ci­ty, alt­hough 2 Bang­kok Air­ways flights mana­ged to lea­ve for Bang­kok ear­lier today. No fer­ries are arri­ving or depar­ting the island from eit­her the main­land or any other near­by islands inclu­ding Koh Pha Ngan and Koh Tao.

Fer­ries from the main­land to /​ from Koh Pha Ngan and Koh Tao are also can­cel­led until fur­ther noti­ce.

All of our boat trips and sea excur­si­ons around Samui have been can­cel­led until fur­ther noti­ce.

Kra­bi and sur­roun­ding area:

All fer­ries bet­ween Kra­bi and  Koh Phi Phi, and bet­ween Kra­bi and Koh Lan­ta are can­cel­led until fur­ther noti­ce.
All fer­ries bet­ween Koh Lan­ta and Koh Ngai, Koh Mook and Koh Lipe are can­cel­led until fur­ther noti­ce.

Koh Lan­ta can still be reached over­land.

If any cli­ents would like to post­po­ne or can­cel their boat trans­fer we will be rea­dy to assist in liai­sing with hotels and the fer­ry com­pa­nies. For any pregnant cli­ents, we would advi­se against using boat trans­fers until the wea­ther impro­ves.

All of our sea excur­si­ons in the affec­ted are­as have been can­cel­led until fur­ther noti­ce.

Kra­bi and Trang Air­ports are still open and ope­ra­ting as nor­mal.

Sou­thern Thai­land

Ori­ent Thai Air­lines, who flies to Nak­horn Si Thamma­rat air­port in sou­thern Thai­land, has can­cel­led all flights and is re-rou­ting pas­sen­gers to Phu­ket, Trang and Hat Yai, or allo­wing a chan­ge of tra­vel dates or a full refund.

Thai Air Asia has also can­cel­led all Nak­horn Si Thamma­rat flights, rerou­ting pas­sen­gers to near­by air­ports or allo­wing chan­ge of tra­vel dates wit­hin 92 days of ori­gi­nal tra­vel dates. Refunds are offe­red depen­ding on ticket con­di­ti­ons. The nea­rest alter­na­ti­ve air­port is Surat Tha­ni, and the air­line is pro­vi­ding a free shut­tle ser­vice from the­re to Nak­horn Si Thamma­rat.

Nok Air has also stop­ped all Nak­horn Si Thamma­rat flights until 4th April and is offe­ring refunds and alter­na­ti­ve tra­vel opti­ons simi­lar to the other air­lines.

No trains are ope­ra­ting to or bey­ond Nak­horn Si Thamma­rat, the most sou­ther­ly pro­vin­ce that trains are ser­vicing is Surat Tha­ni.