High season is from November to May, although there are a myriad of things to do year round. Bird watching is all-year while October to April is the diving season, which is a thrilling time for divers. All the Thai holidays are also celebrated, such as the Songkran water festival in April and Loy Kratong in November.
All Year Round Bird Watching - Arrange bird watching trip around Yao Noi island. Guests will see White-bellied Sea-eagles, Mangrove Pittas, Flyeater, Ruddy Kingfishers, Brown-winged Kingfishers and other species of birds.
November – March Guest can rent a hotel boat for a Diving trip. This is the season to see sharks and eagle rays during dives.
November – May Diving season - Guest can rent a hotel boat for Diving trip This is the season to see Leopard Sharks, Guitar Sharks, Manta Rays, Blue-Spotted Rays and Reef Sharks.
May – October Manta Ray Season - Guest can rent a hotel boat for the trip where it is possible to see Manta Rays while diving and snorkeling.
April 13 -15 Songkran Festival - This is the Thai New Year, which is also known as the water festival. Six Senses Yao Noi sets up containers of water for the resort guests at the main beach,so that they can join the fun and splash each other. This is also a great way to cool down in the afternoon heat. All in house guests are invited join the event
April Easter - During Easter Six Senses Yoa Noi sets up a special Easter Buffet for guests. For the children there is a Easter egg hunt rewarded by ice-cream and Easter Egg painting. All in house guests are invited to join the event .
August 12 Queen's Birthday (Mother's Day) - This day is celebrated nationwide as the Thai Mother's Day. The Queen’s flags and portraits are displayed around the property in respect for her Royal Highness. All guests are invited to celebrate and will have truly memorable experience
Late September/early October Vegetarian Festival - The resort arranges transportation to Phuket Town for the guests to see the parade and music to celebrate the Vegetarian Festival. Guests can join the event and eat delicious local vegetarian dishes. It is believed that the vegetarian festival and its accompanying sacred rituals bestow good fortune upon those who religiously observe this rite.
November (full moon) Loy Krathong Festival - Loi Krathong takes place on the evening of the full moon of the 12th month in the traditional Thai lunar calendar. Six Senses Yao Noi arranges special Krathong, which are made from banana leaves. They are released into the Ocean, accompanied with a parade and drum band.
December 5 King's Birthday (Father's Day) - Six Senses Yao Noi is elaborately adorned with flags, portraits of His Majesty and bunting, predominantly in the color yellow. All guests are invited to join this wonderful day and celebration, which will be a truly memorable experience.
1. New Year’s Day - January 1 2. Makha Bucha Day - February 22 3. Chakri Memorial Day - April 6 4. Songkran Festival - April 13 to 15 5. National Labour Day - May 2 (Substitution for Sunday, May 1) 6. Coronation Day - May 5 7. Visakha Bucha Day - May 20 8. Asarnha Bucha Day - July 19 9. H.M. The Queen’s Birthday - August 12 10. Chulalongkorn Memorial Day - October 24 (Substitution for Sunday, October 23) 11. H.M. The King’s Birthday - December 5 12. Constitution Day - December 12, 2015 (Substitution for Saturday, December 10) 13. New Year’s Eve - December 31