We do not guarantee you will see the Sunrise on each trip and the timings for sunrise do vary. Cloudy days can make it difficult to see the sunrise for us is defined by an early start, in most cases AT LEAST 2 hours before most other companies depart Phuket for Phi-Phi Islands. Remember 10,000 visitors flock to Phi Phi every day in the high season. Thats a lot of people to share these small islands with.
Be warned,it is an early start but well worth it! We aim to leave the marina at 7/7.30am and be back by 3/3.30pm.To give you the very best day we can, our tour is very flexible. We juggle the tide, weather, customer ability and the crowds to give you the best day possible. This may mean the omission of some locations, but never at the expense of your enjoyment! Other companies may promise you the world, but we want to enjoy the places we visit.6am. Transfer to the Royal Phuket Marina Pier, boardthe boat, and depart forPhi Phi Island. With an early start you'll avoid the latercrowds in the afternoon Maya Bay - tide dependent for 1st stopNormally (however it is tide dependent) our first stop, Maya Bay was made famous by the film "the Beach". 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.
Pileh Lagoon - tide dependentOur next port of call if tide allows is Phileh Lagoon, among the staff (on and off the boats) this is our favorite location on Phi Phi. It is a spectacular emerald green lagoon surrounded by high limestone cliffs on 3 sides, one of the worlds most gorgeous natural swimming pools. This location has become famous for our traditional jump off the front of the boat.
1st Snorkeling Stopsandy beach and crystalline waters ofBamboo IslandWe have a few locations to choose from, Viking Cove and Loh Somah Bay Which location we choose will depend on the sea conditions, tide and other tour groups on the day. We supply all your snorkeling equipment including flippers (fins) and life jackets.See some Monkeys and Viking CaveWe respect that monkeys are wild animals and ask guests not to feed the monkeys, they are lovely to watch though. The Viking Cave is home to the special Birds Nests used to make Birds Nest Soup.A buffet lunch is served around noon,2nd Snorkeling StopAfter lunch it's time to say hello to the fishes again with another snorkeling stop if we did not squeeze 2 snorkels in before lunch. Or we can have an extended swim and relax on the beach. We are flexible with our itinerary to ensure the best day possible.Continue snorkeling, thensoak up the sun and sights on the return boat trip to Phuket, where the tour concludes with hotel drop-off in the afternoon.