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Boat Trips to Phi Phi Attractions

ISLAND EXPLORING

Phi Phi Islands have number of beaches that attract thousands of tourists every year. Our boat trips are not only to these well known locations, also to other beautiful spots. Please choose one of our trips and make your trip unforgettable. We recommend both trips so you can take the other one on another day as well.

HALF DAY TRIP: Starts at 08.00 am and 1.00 pm

  • Phi Phi Leh Island
    • Maya Bay: The Beach, sightseeing, swimming and relaxing
    • Lah Samah Bay: excellent snorkeling point
    • Pileh Lagoon: sightseeing and swimming
    • Viking Cave: bird’s nest cave (only passing by on the boat, stopping not possible)
    • Monkey Beach
  • Bamboo and Mosquito Island
    • Mosquito Island: snorkeling
    • Bamboo Island: sightseeing, swimming and relaxing

*Closed Island for Protect the Reefs.

FULL DAY TRIP: Starts at 09.00 am

Four Islands trip: Phi Phi Leh, Phi Phi Don, Bamboo and Mosquito Island

  • Shark Point
  • Maya Bay
  • Lah Samah Bay
  • Pileh Lagoon
  • Viking Cave
  • Monkey Beach
  • Mosquito Island
  • Bamboo Island

Half Day Trip Phi Phi Leh Island

The trip starts at 08.00 am  and 13.00 pm We advise you to go in the morning for the reason that during the day the island will be packed with tourists.

NOTE: Please be aware that our resort is not responsible and or liable for any damage during our trip or changing of weather conditions.

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The neighboring island to Phi Phi Don, prides itself with one of the most beautiful beach in Thailand.  Maya Bay which is well know for its crystal clear water and splendid coral formations. The visibility is unlimited in the gentle waters, and the experience is nothing short of magnificent. Maya Bay gets really famous after the movie “The Beach” starring Leonardo Di Caprio was shot there. “The beach” idealized the striking setting and alluded to it paradise atmosphere. The spectacular  bay that you must see during your staying on Phi Phi.

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It is a perfect place for snorkeling.  Enjoy the colorful coral and the different kind of fish in the crystal-clear blue water.

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It is an emerald blue lagoon nearly enclosed by sheer limestone walls so that the water appears almost to be an island sea.  Enjoy a dip in this big blue swimming pool.

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Viking Cave on Phi Phi Leh is a cave right at sea level filled with birds’ nests. Painted on the walls you can find ancient classic paintings resembling Viking boats therefore the name of Viking Cave. The actual cave is 3.2 square kilometers long. Thousands of swallows live on the top of  the 15 meter high ledges. Their swallow nests are a well-wanted in gradient for the Chinese Bird’s Nest Soup.  Unfortunately the Viking Cave is closed down for visitors for the reason people were taking the swallow nest and disturbed the birds.  From the longtail-boat you can looking  at the cave and taking pictures.

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Monkey Beach  on  Phi Phi Don provides a place to unwind and relax amid tropical weather, ocean breezes and the presence of monkeys. Go for a dip and enjoy the underwater world with your mask & snorkel.

The Half Day Trip includes:

• Entrance fee for the national park (400 baht)

• Life jacket

• Mask & Snorkel

• 1 small bottle of water

Half Day Trip Bamboo Island & Mosquito Island

Relaxing and snorkeling around Phi Phi’s most remote Islands

The trip starts at 08.00 am or 1.00 pm We advise you to go in the morning because during the day the islands will be crowed with tourists.

NOTE: Please be aware that our resort is not responsible and or liable for any damage during our trip or changing of weather conditions.

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*Closed Island for Protect the Reefs.

Bamboo Island  is a circular island with a superb white beach around it.  The island consists of a 700 meter in diameter tropical circle and is surrounded by a majestic coral reef.  The underwater colors of the fish and the coral are brilliant and therefore it is an excellent spot for snorkeling, Bamboo Island is uninhabited, and therefore has the most pristine, unspoiled beaches known to man.  This makes Bamboo Island one of the best relaxing spots in Thailand.  If you are looking for secluded getaway that includes breathtaking scenes of nature, Bamboo Island is the place for you.

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*Closed Island for Protect the Reefs.

Mosquito Island   is the remotest island of the Phi Phi Islands.  Mosquito Island is a limestone cliff rock about 700 meters long and has two small beaches that are covered with Mosquitoes at sunset, therefore the islands name. There is an abundance of soft corals around Mosquito Island, formed due to the strong tides that sweep down past the island every day from the Andamand Sea and Phang Nga Bay. Snorkeling around the island you will see some well-preserved and stunning coral gardens.

The Half Day Trip includes:

• Entrance fee for the national park (400 baht)

• Life jacket

• Mask & Snorkel

• 1 small bottle of water

One Day Trip (Four Islands Tour)

Phi Phi Leh – Phi Phi Don – Bamboo Island  Mosquito Island 

Full day Tour – The trip starts at 09.00 AM (7 hours)

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Shark Point  Around 200 m.  from the beach there’s rock that breaks the surface called shark point.  If you are lucky here you will find black-tip reef sharks from 40 cm to 1.2m swimming around the reef. Swimming with sharks, the kings of the sea, is an experience you will never forget.

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Maya Bay  is well known  for its crystal clear water and splendid coral formations. The visibility is unlimited in the gentle waters, and the experience is nothing short of magnificent.The bay gained even more popularity after the movie “ The Beach ” starring Leonardo Di Caprio was shot there. “The beach” idealized the striking setting and alluded to it paradise atmosphere.  This is the spectacular bay is a definite must see during your staying in Phi Phi.

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Loh Samah Bay is a perfect place for snorkeling.  Enjoy the colorful coral and the different kind of fish in the crystal-clear blue water.

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It is an emerald blue lagoon nearly enclosed by sheer limestone walls so that the water appears almost to be an island sea.  Enjoy a dip in this big blue swimming pool.

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Viking Cave on Phi Phi Leh is a cave right at sea level filled with birds’ nests. Painted on the walls you can find ancient classic paintings resembling Viking boats therefore the name of Viking Cave. The actual cave is 3.2 square kilometers long. Thousands of swallows live on the top of  the 15 meter high ledges. Their swallow nests are a well-wanted in gradient for the Chinese Bird’s Nest Soup.  Unfortunately the Viking Cave is closed down for visitors for the reason people were taking the swallow nest and disturbed the birds.  From the longtail-boat you can looking  at the cave and taking pictures.

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Monkey Beach  on  Phi Phi Don provides a place to unwind and relax amid tropical weather, ocean breezes and the presence of monkeys.  Feed the monkeys, go for a dip and enjoy the underwater world with your mask & snorkel.

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Bamboo Island  is a circular island with a superb white beach around it.  The island consists of a 700 meter in diameter tropical circle and is surrounded by a majestic coral reef.  The underwater colors of the fish and the coral are brilliant and therefore it is an excellent spot for snorkeling, Bamboo Island is uninhabited, and therefore has the most pristine, unspoiled beaches known to man.  This makes Bamboo Island one of the best relaxing spots in Thailand.  If you are looking for secluded getaway that includes breathtaking scenes of nature, Bamboo Island is the place for you.

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Mosquito Island   is the remotest island of the Phi Phi Islands.  Mosquito Island is a limestone cliff rock about 700 meters long and has two small beaches that are covered with Mosquitoes at sunset, therefore the islands name. There is an abundance of soft corals around Mosquito Island, formed due to the strong tides that sweep down past the island every day from the Andamand Sea and Phang Nga Bay. Snorkeling around the island you will see some well-preserved and stunning coral gardens.

The One Day Trip includes:

• Entrance fee for the national park (400 baht)

• Food and fruits *(Fried rice chicken)*

• Life jacket

• Mask & Snorkel

• 2 small bottles of water

NOTE: Our resort is not responsible and or liable for anything
during the trip either changing of weather conditions

We will try our best to accommodate any request you may have
so please email with your requirements and we will be in touch.

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