Day1 : Phuket – Phi Phi Island
07.30 - 08:00 Pick up from your hotel / Meeting point in Phuket and transfer to Boat Lagoon and enjoy a light breakfast, coffee and tea.
09:30 Departure from the pier ( Phuket ) to Phi Phi Islands
10.30 Travel to Monkey Beach
Monkey Beach is located on the southwestern side of Tonsai Bay, about 700m from the jetty. It is a simply stunning 150m-long strip of white powdery sand fringed by emerald water. The backside of the beach is a rather steep limestone cliff, covered with lush vegetation that offers monkeys a comfortable habitat, which is where it gets its name from. Monkey Beach is often confused with Monkey Bay, a similar spot located on the other side of Phi Phi Don Island, at the entrance of Loh Dalum.
11.30 Arrive Phi Phi Don island
Time to check in at hotel in Phi Phi Don island. Exploring the Phi Phi Village, exploring the streets of Phi Phi Village full of trendy bars, restaurants and shops, time for relax.
Overnight at Phi Phi Don island (Exclude Hotel)
Day2 : Phi Phi Island - Phuket
12.00 Pick up from your hotel / Meeting point in Phi Phi Don island
12.30 Travel to Viking Cave
Viking Cave is one of the most notable sites on Koh Phi Phi Leh. Located at the bottom of a tall limestone cliff on the northeastern side of the island, it takes roughly 30 minutes to get there by long-tail boat from Tonsai Bay (the main pier in Phi Phi Islands). Known as Tham Phaya Nak in Thai, Viking Cave owes its name to the paintings found on the eastern southern walls of the cave: they represent various types of boats, including what resembles a Scandinavian drakkar. These paintings are certainly quite recent, and were possibly realised by sailors taking shelter in the cave during a storm.
12.45 Travel to Pileh Lagoon
Pileh Lagoon is a small inlet on the second biggest of the Phi Phi Island archipelago, and actually is separated from Maya Bay (The Beach) by a sheer limestone cliff face. The water inside this beautiful lagoon is of the most crystal clear azure waters you may have ever seen.
It’s very shallow and so warm it’s like swimming in the bath tub, there is no coral or anything to snag on, and the bottom is made up of white fine sand that just slips between your toes. Very close to Viking Cave (another great tour to take) Pileh Lagoon Phi Phi Island is a wonderful place to relax and have lunch in-between dives or snorkeling sessions here in Phi Phi Island.
14.30 Travel to Koh Kai (Egg Island)
Koh Kai (sometimes spelled Koh Gai or Koh Khai and meaning ‘Chicken Island’ in Thai), is also called Koh Hua Khawan or Koh Poda Nok. It is a small island belonging to the Poda group of islands located about eight kilometres from Ao Nang in the province of Krabi. Koh Kai takes its name from the chicken-shaped rock forming its southern tip. Most island-hopping tours from Krabi and Phuket make a short stop at this picturesque limestone chicken, giving visitors a cool photo opportunity.
16.30 Arrival at the pier in Phuket and transfer from The Pier to your hotel/Meeting point in Phuket
1. Round-trip transfer from hotels
2. English speaking guide
3. Drinking water
1. Other fees not mentioned