Phi Phi Snorkeling Tour by Longtail Boat
Explore the beauty of Phi Phi's island coral reefs aboard a Longtail boat
- Explore hundred different species of marine life in the Andaman Sea
- Find yourself in awe of the beautiful ocean while cruising on the classic Thai Longtail boat
- Visit Koh Phi Phi islands' most beautiful sites including Monkey Beach, Shark Tail Point, and more
- Enjoy a delicious lunch box and fresh seasonal fruits along with coffee and tea during your afternoon break
- Travel worry free with professional and friendly staff that will assist you throughout your entire day
- Enjoy a Phi Phi Snorkeling Tour by Speedboat to continue exploring more island wonders!
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What to expect
Discover the beauty of Koh Phi Phi's famous spots with this full or half day snorkeling tour. Get conveniently walk to the meet up location, and then head straight for the bay, where your traditional Longtail boat is waiting. For the half day tour, enjoy 5 hours out on the open seas, discovering some of the spots in Koh Phi Phi like Pi-Leh Bay, Shark Point - pro tip: you might want to ask why it was named so before you jump in the waters, and more! Drop by Monkey Beach, a beach famous for being the home to a lot of monkeys, and a fantastic snorkeling spot. Plus, check out Maya Bay, the shooting location of the famous movie, The Beach. The half day tour is short and sweet, perfect for those who don't have enough time on their hands but want to see the beauty of the islands! The full day tour takes you to the same spots, plus gives you more free time to relax on several other islands. Kick back and relax while lounging on the sands of Bamboo Island, and Mosquito Island. Enjoy a delicious lunch set with fruits and vegetables - and a vegetarian option available - while strolling along the beach. Plus, get to discover fantastic spots like Wang Long Cove, and Runtee Bay, among many others. Both tours end with a relaxing cruise back to the pier just in time to catch the breathtaking sunset.
Things to note
- Please do not feed the fish or step on the coral. It is harmful to the fish and ecosystem