Ko Phi Phi: Best Islands and Beaches Full-Day Boat Trip
- Private group
- Duration: 8.5 hours
per group up to 10
The first stop of the day is Shark Point. Named after the black-tipped sharks you can find swimming in the area, Shark Point is a popular snorkeling spot among professional and amateur divers. The next stop is Bamboo Island, a pristine strip of land great for relaxing and snorkeling. Wade in the shallow waters and catch glimpses of the colorful fish. Lie down by the shore and soak up the sun, before climbing back on the boat towards your next destination. Take in the glorious limestone cliffs and azure waters at Mosquito Island or Koh Yung. Don’t let its name worry you; the mosquitos only come out in the evening. What you can look forward to are the spectacular rock formations, small quiet beaches, and crystal clear water for snorkeling. Next, you’ll head to Nui Bay, a tiny little alcove surrounded by rock formations. Take a few moments to relax on the sand or swim in the refreshing w...
Enjoy a private trip to the Phi Phi Islands with a speedboat charter service. Tailor your own timetable for each island for a unique experience. Service includes hotel pick-up from 8:00 AM, with check-in at Nopparattara Beach before the journey out. From 9:00 AM, start the exploration at Maya Bay, the first recommended destination where the movie “The Beach” was filmed. Capture the island scenery. From here, you can walk through the island to see Loh Sama Bay, a beautiful setting including a small green island planted in the Andaman Sea. From 10:00 AM, continue your journey for snorkeling at Loh Samah Bay and emerge yourself in the underwater world known for its tropical fish shining their vibrant yellow and blue coloring. Head toward the stunning view of Pileh Lagoon and make a short stop at Viking Cave to see where the Phi Phi birds nests are located. Next stop is Monkey Beach, a st...
Meet your guide in the morning and head straight to Shark Point for some memorable snorkelling. You’ll have time to marvel at the timid Blacktip reef sharks the spot got its name from. Next, hop onto your boat to make your way to the heart-shaped Bamboo Island for a light packed lunch. Explore the island’s secluded white sand beach and tropical bamboo trees, and wade or swim in cool shallow waters. Re-energized, marvel at Nui Bay’s picturesque alcove before heading to Monkey Beach, where limestone cliffs and emerald waters await you. Enjoy meeting the island’s macaques as they wander freely on the sand and in the trees. Move across to Viking Bay, a Pirates of the Caribbean-esque cave with historic paintings of Scandinavian ships on its walls. Then, return to your boat for more tropical island hopping and make your way to Pileh Lagoon for more swimming in turquoise waters. Cool off so...
The first stop is the popular snorkeling spot of Bamboo Island. Admire the powdery-white sand covering the heart-shaped isle and wade in the shallow, clear waters to catch a glimpse of the marine life swimming among the coral reefs. You’ll then head to Monkey Beach, named after the rowdy macaques that roam the island. Get up close to the monkeys and take photos of them. The next stop is Viking Cave, named after the Scandinavian-looking ships painted on its walls over a hundred years ago. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to spot the famous birds’ nests harvested by the locals to make the Chinese soup dish. The last stop of the day will be at the beautiful Loh Samah Bay, where you can dive into the cool waters and swim with the colorful fish, before boarding the boat and heading back to the pier.
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