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Ko Phi Phi: Best Islands and Beaches Full-Day Boat Trip

1. Ko Phi Phi: Best Islands and Beaches Full-Day Boat Trip

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 waters before making your way to Monkey Beach. This beach was named after the friendly primates that inhabit the island. Watch as they wander freely around the shore. You’ll also stop by Viking Cave, known for the Scandinavian-style ships painted on its walls, and Pileh Lagoon, another stunning locale with its emerald waters and towering cliffs. Then continue to Loh Samah Bay, where you can dive into the cool waters and swim with the colorful fish. After spending most of the afternoon in the water, you’ll board the boat and make your way to the famous Maya Bay, known for its appearance in the 1999 film "The Beach". You’ll circle the scenic bay, taking in the gorgeous scenery and watching the sunset, before making your way back to the pier.

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From Phi Phi: Full-Day Sunset Long Tail Boat Tour

2. From Phi Phi: Full-Day Sunset Long Tail Boat Tour

Set off around the Phi Phi archipelago on a longtail boat tour for 13 people. Discover the area's marvelous islands, beaches, lagoons, and bays, and round the day off in style with spectacular sunset views. Meet the local partner's staff in front of McDonald's in Tonsai Bay at 9:30 AM and make your way to the pier for a 10:10 AM departure. Set sail toward Monkey Beach, Shark Point, and Runtee Bay first, and enjoy time to snorkel in the sea. Next, head to Bamboo Island, a wonderful circular island filled with wild bamboo. Relax with some free time on the powdery white beach with soft sand and crystal clear water before savoring a picnic lunch right on this paradise beach. After lunch, visit Mosquito Island, the north-easternmost point in the Phi Phi Archipelago. Like Bamboo Island, Mosquito Island is completely uninhabited and has two beaches that are rarely visited by tourists. Enjoy time away from the crowds, and snorkel in the stunning waters of the southeastern tip of the island, home to an impressive abundance of marine life. Next, sail to discover the mysteries of the Viking Cave, famous for the seemingly prehistoric painting of a Viking boat on its wall. The cave was once used for the extraction of birds' nests, prized ingredients in Chinese culture for making medicinal soups believed to help with longevity. From the Viking Cave, prepare to marvel at Pi Leh Lagoon, a beautiful turquoise lagoon enclosed by towering, jagged limestone cliffs. At some spots, it even seems like the water is lit from the bottom of the sea, a spectacular sight to see. Relax and escape in the most spectacular site in the Phi Phi archipelago, and float in the crystal clear and still water of this gem of the Andaman Sea. Your next stop is Loh Samah Bay, famous for shallow still waters and a large coral reef filled with colorful fish. Snorkel here for a while, then hop back on to your longtail boat to sail toward Maya Bay. Admire the spectacular sunset views at this wonderful paradise made famous by the Leonardo Di Caprio movie, “The Beach.” At about 6:30 PM, transfer back to the pier from where you can walk to your hotel.

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From Krabi: Phi Phi and 4 Islands Early Bird Tour

3. From Krabi: Phi Phi and 4 Islands Early Bird Tour

Enjoy pickup from your accommodation and an early start to beat the crowds. Visit The World Famous Maya Bay which was made famous by the film "The Beach”. Explore the jungle behind the beach before heading to the lagoon at Pileh Bay to admire the towering cliffs surrounding an Emerald Green Lagoon. Stop for some swimming and to jump off the boat. Visit a Viking Cave before heading to Monkey Beach, a majestic white sand beach with lots of wild monkeys. Go to Loh Samah or Nui Bay to swim and snorkel with the colorful fish and view the spectacular reef. Discover the powdery white sand beach with crystal clear water at Bamboo Island. Have a lovely picnic lunch. After lunch, go to see the rock formation at Chicken Island. Finish at the scenic Koh Poda before returning to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Bamboo Island

Overall rating

3.3 / 5

based on 284 reviews

Well, it was my first time ordering online that tour, or any tour in thailand, after 25 visits in the islands....and was worth it. We got a vip treatment. Even better food then the rest of the group. The price maybe was a bit more then in the street, but we didnt need to run around and find the best deal or try explaining the locals what we want in english that they not always understand. So for next time i will use "get your guid" again.

Phi phi Island tour is a beautiful day tour. Highly recommended. Full day tour is needed to cover most places with maximum time. We went in a long-tailed boat. Satisfied with the arrangement. Wonderful snorkeling experience.Food was okayish.

Everything as described plus a small one for free in the form of a bath with glowing plankton. Very nice gentleman guide.

Very fun tour. You will get splashed, and the provided food isn't much, but it is well worth the money.

This was an amazing experience. I would so that again. Loved it