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Daughter and SIL Honeymoon in Thailand, ideas please

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My daughter and soon to be Son-in-Law are both in the Army and stationed in Korea. They have been there for about 15 months now. They will be getting married in March then have an 8 day leave scheduled for their honeymoon in Thailand (April 1 - 8). They both love the outdoors, can handle harsh conditions if needed, but are looking for a place or two to spend their 6 full days in country. Nice beach bungalows would be perfect for a few days. They like unusual things, love the beach, wildlife. She has traveled a lot in various places around the world, for him- Korea is his first time outside the US. They are both in their mid-20s with a limited budget, but not "backpack tight".

Oh, and she outranks him, so if he gets a bit "mouthy" she can make him stand at attention or do sit-ups (just kidding). I kid him a lot about this.

So any and all ideas would be appreciated. Best methods of travel would really help, she is used to using mass transit. Thanks in advance. They can only go to Thailand, so Ankar Wat is unfortunately out of the equation.

Dave (you normally find me on the European side of the board)

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