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AD Staff Capacity Development

Guiding the Blind Last week Pi Bee and Noon followed a tour guide training in Ayutthaya. This training was focused on teaching guides how to work with blind tourists. The training was held from the 19th until the 21st of June. The Thai Research Fund (TRF) hosted the event in cooperation with the Thai Responsible Tourist Association (TRTA), Nutty’s adventures, Seable and the Thailand association of the blind. Every tour guide in Thailand who was interested could join the three day program. […]

Andaman Discoveries Volunteer Testimonial

There are certain moments that are life changing. We may not even recognize them at the time. Like the day when the guy gave you your first office job and you didn’t realize you were looking for one. Like the day you went back to college and you became addicted to knowledge and didn’t stop until you had your master’s degree. Okay, so those were a 2009, but I wasn’t sure what to think of working with the children. That […]

Project IMPAACT Report

AD is happy to share the research of Nathan Bennett and his team on the effects of climate change on communities in the North Andaman Coast.  The villages of Ban Lion and Ta Pae Yoi are focused on in this research, along with other villages in Southern Thailand.  In the past, Nathan, has collaborated with AD to conducted his research in the community based tourism villages.  His research sheds light on how these communities are effected by both man-made and natural occurrences.  The results provide […]

Family Homestay Testimonial

We send a thank you to the Danish Family who came through in July and sent us this lovely testimonial! Homestay in Tae Pai Yoi We arrived in Kuraburi late Thursday evening the 11 th of July. We received a friendly and welcoming letter from our guide/translator who should follow us to the homestay in Koh Phratong. The next morning Andaman Discoveries gave us a introduction in the office to our next 3 days, and we were all exited and […]