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Phi Phi Island Speed Boat Tour by Sea Eagle from Krabi

From US$47.80
Highlights
  • Phi Phi Islands speedboat cruise with lunch
  • See some of the archipelago’s most famous beaches and islands
  • Chance to see wildlife in a gorgeous natural habitat
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Phi Phi Island Speed Boat Tour by Sea Eagle from Krabi
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Phi Phi Island Speed Boat Tour by Sea Eagle from Krabi
From US$47.82
Overview
Cruise the spectacular Phi Phi Islands by speedboat with a full-day tour from Krabi that includes a Thai lunch on Phi Phi Don. Traveling by speedboat means you can cover more of the beautiful Andaman Sea archipelago in a single day of exploring, stopping at white sand beaches and lagoons to swim, snorkel, and sunbathe.
What to Expect
Meet a driver at your hotel in Krabi for transfer to a speedboat at Nopparat Thara Pier; with seats for 34 people, this speedboat cruise is a smaller-group alternative to some Phi Phi Islands tours.

The first stop of the day is at Maya Bay, whose clear lagoon starred in the movie The Beach, and you can walk across Phi Phi Leh to Loh Samah Bay, where lush islands drop straight into the water.

Watch for harmless leopard sharks as you snorkel Loh Sameh Bay, then head to Viking Cave to see swirling flocks of native swallows. Make a wildlife-spotting stop at Monkey Beach before dining on Thai cuisine at Phi Phi Don, the largest island in the archipelago. The afternoon has even more swimming, snorkeling, and beach time on the uninhabited Bamboo Island, and the day concludes with return transfer to your original departure point.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Good job

Awesome experience by the guide (fei), very friendly, fun and exciting journey. Took great care of us alot!👍

1  Thank Ardini J
Reviewed 2 April 2018
Great experience

Breezy breezy ride! It felt rushed. When we stopped o one island to use the toilet, that was it, then hopped on the boat again!

2  Thank ej272018
Reviewed 4 March 2018
Really amazing day

The day was amazing, snorkling time was beautiful. All the stops were amazing and beautiful. The monkeys on Monkey Island are playful. The boat trip itself was nice and plenty of water on over.

1  Thank thursolass
Reviewed 22 January 2018
Beautiful Place but Dangerous Travel

There was a strong wind which means that the sea gets very choppy with large swell. The company should have cancelled the trip but some other Chinese tourists wanted to go as it was their last day in Phuket. We all went with the tour...More

15  Thank DWeav
Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile
Lovely day with Wangsai Speedboat tours

This was a pretty busy day visiting Bamboo Island, Maya Island, Phi Phi island, a stop to view the very tame monkeys at Monkey Island plus a couple of stops for snorkelling. Lunch was good and in a hotel on Phi Phi and all in...More

4  Thank Ferginkii
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Kit Wai C
22 April 2018|
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Response from b.kconstruction 7 |
Yeah why not
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apryl c
20 April 2018|
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Response from nimasdanish | Reviewed this property |
This is a full day tour. The one I took will alight passengers of Railay beach about 4-ish? before arriving at the final stop at Aonang. hope this helps.
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