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Enjoy an unobstructed view of nature’s finest aboard a luxury boat we have a few locations to choose from, Viking Cove, Loh Samah Bay, Dragon Lagoon, Straight Rock or Par Dang. Which location we choose will depend on the sea conditions, tide and other tour groups on the day. We supply all your snorkelling equipment including flippers (fins) and floatation aids such as life jackets or swim noodles. The staff are always there (in and out of the water) ready to help any first timer with encouragement, advice and sometimes just a helping hand.
Normally (tide dependent ) our first stop, Maya Bay was made famous by the film “The Beach” starring Leonardo DiCaprio in 2000. This is a “must see” for most tourists so it gets very busy, however, we usually arrive before everyone else so you can enjoy the bay to yourselves for a while and take a few photographs without the crowds.
Our next port of call is Phileh Lagoon. It is a spectacular emerald green lagoon surrounded by high limestone cliffs, one of the world most gorgeous natural swimming pool. This location has become famous for our traditional jump off the front of the boat. If you are less adventurous, you can simply use the steps at the side of the boat and enjoy these beautiful waters.
Time to catch up with the locals on Monkey Beach. Everyone loves the monkey but we are a little bit more cautious. They can and do bite so we ask everyone to be aware and listen to the tour guides instructions. Respect that they are wild animals. If we all behave in a safe, appropriate manner, then we never have a problem! Please remember no feeding the Monkeys as you will be fined if caught by the authorities.
For your lunch break, we are going to bring you to the most beautiful island of the Phi Phi Islands Group “Bamboo Island”. Buffet lunch direct on the white powdery beach of the island.
Minimum two passengers required to book this tour.
Please call 24 hours prior to departure to confirm the schedule.
Maya Bay is temporary closed until September 2018. We will bring you there for sightseeing and for taking amazing photos of the empty bay and then we will stop in another amazing beach in the same island (Phi Phi Leh) tide permitting.
The itinerary and timing above are approximate and may be modified without notice to fit the tide and local weather conditions.