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by Akbar Mansoori akbarmansoori

 

Phi Phi Island tour from Phuket.

We have all kind of Phi Phi islands tour from Phuket:

 1) Phi Phi island tour from Phuket Deluxe (the best quality tour):

1 full day V.I.P. tour with tour guide available in several languages from Phuket (or Khao Lak) to Phi Phi islands. 

Phi Phi island tour from Phuket offers this V.I.P. tour to discover Phi Phi islands by speedboat from Phuket. Actually this is the best tour available to visit Phi Phi islands. Departure time for this tour is very early to avoid the crowds and perform the tour when those islands are still not full of tourists and so they can keep their natural charming. This tour is performed with a speed boat that will carry not more then 25-40 people maximum to ensure the quality of the tour.

 To ensure the best day possible and to do the best to avoid the crowds – our tour itinerary is not set in stone.

TOUR PROGRAM.

Pick-up from your resort by Air-Conditioned Mini Bus – FREE Transfers from anywhere on the island!

07:30 am –Departure from Phi Phi island tour from Phuket partner Office

–Royal Phuket Marina

World Famous Maya Bay – The first stop made famous in the movie The Beach starring Leonardo DiCaprio. You will walk where he walked, explore the jungles behind the beach and even see where the Hollywood movie magic stepped in. Maya Bay is truly a magnificent place! The National Park fee is included in the price of our Phi Phi tour.

Pileh Cove “The Lagoon” – Our favorite stop on the Phi Phi Tour! Towering cliffs surrounding an Emerald Green Lagoon. Only accessible during high tide, your jaw will drop as we slowly cruise into the lagoon, as the cliffs and lagoon appear before you. We stop for a chance to go swimming, jump off the boat and take photos.

Viking Cave – Home to the Swiftlets that make the Bird’s Nests that are famous in Asian Culture for their Healing and Health properties. The bird nests harvested here can fetch up to 200,000 USD in the open market!

 Monkey Beach – The name says it all – a stunning Powder White Sand Beach with cute little monkeys playing in the trees and on the beach.

Loh Samah or Nui Bay

 – Both are picturesque coves with Coral Reefs. We stop here for Phi Phi Snorkeling. Whether you have never been snorkeling before or you are half fish, your guide will have you in the water exploring the colorful tropical reef and having fun!

Bamboo Island

– Powdery soft sand and warm inviting waters are the highlight of this stop. A great place to relax on the beach, go for a swim or head out into the waters for more snorkeling!

Lunch is a picnic lunch served at Bamboo Island. Cooked fresh, this buffet has something for everyone.

Mosquito Island – Fantastic shallow reef with perfect sea conditions for snorkeling.

Return to Royal Phuket Marina

– Phi Phi island tour from Phuket partner departs Phi Phi at around 02:00pm to return you to the marina at around 03:30pm for your transfer back to your resort.

*For weather or technical condition the program could be changed with a similar one without notice.

TOUR BACKGROUND. The Phi Phi Islands are in Thailand, between the large island of Phuket and the west Strait of Malacca coast of the mainland. The islands are administratively part of Krabi province. Ko Phi Phi Don is the largest island of the group, and is the most populated island of the group, although the beaches of the second largest island, Ko Phi Phi Lee are visited by many people as well. The rest of the islands in the group, including Bida Nok, Bida Noi, and Bamboo Island (Ko Mai Phai), are not much more than large limestone rocks jutting out of the sea. The Islands are reachable by speedboats or long-tail boats most often from Krabi Town or from various piers in Phuket Province.

Visit for more information: http://phiphiislandtourfromphuket.com/


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