Snorkeling tour Phi Phi Gold 6 Island hopper
Island hopping Phi Phi Ley, Phi Phi Don, Bamboo, Kai and Yao Yai Islands
The feedback from our customers is that they appreciate the uncrowded boats and that although this tour fits a lot in to one day it never feels rushed.
- 6 islands
- Koh Khai Nui, Koh Yao Yai, Koh Mai Pai (Bamboo Island)
- Koh Phi Phi Ley (Maya bay, Piley cove, Viking cave, Loh Samah bay)
- Koh Phi Phi Don (Tonsai bay, Monkey beach)
- Uncrowded speedboat (about 25 passengers)
Runs every day, all year round
You will be picked up from your Phuket hotel and transferred by air con minibus to the pier at Koh Sirey. Pick up times will be between 0745-0830 hrs depending on your hotel location. You will be back at your hotel at around 1830 hrs.
Morning: Koh Kai Nui and Koh Yao.
0900-1000 hrs: It takes just 15 minutes by speedboat to get to Khai Nui Island where you will have 45 minutes for snorkeling.
1000-1230 hrs: It’s then a further 10 minutes to Koh Yao Island where you will stay for the rest of the morning.
Here you can swim, kayak or enjoy some beach sports like volleyball.
A delicious lunch is also served on the beach here. The beach is private, no other companies bring their boats here.
Afternoon: Bamboo Island, Koh Phi Phi Ley (Maya Bay**, Pi Ley Cove, Loh Samah Bay, Viking Cave), Koh Phi Phi Don (Tonsai Bay, Monkey Beach).
1230-1430 hrs: It takes 30 minutes from Koh Yao to Bamboo Island. Before landing at Bamboo Island the speedboat stops at a reef close to Koh Yung (Mosquito Island) for a snorkeling session of about 30 minutes. Then it’s just a few minutes ride to Bamboo Island where you have one hour to relax on the white sand beach or swim/snorkel.
1430-1530 hrs: Leave Bamboo island for a one hour sightseeing tour around Phi Phi Don (the main Phi Phi island) and it’s surrounding islands. This includes a stop at Monkey beach to see the monkeys. Note that the boat does not land at Monkey beach, it just gets close enough to take photos.
1530-1700 hrs: Phi Phi Ley Island where you will see Piley Cove, Loh Samah bay, Viking cave and the famous Maya Bay. (**Maya bay is closed for conservation until further notice. The boat will pass outside the bay for photo taking, but will not stop on the beach).
1700 hrs: Depart Phi Phi and head back to Phuket. You’ll be back at your hotel at around 1830-1900 hrs.
The itinerary is subject to change.
Price: 3,950 baht per adult / 1,975 baht per child (3-11 years)
Price includes: Park fees, snorkeling equipment (mask, snorkel and fins), lunch, drinking water, soft drinks, round trip hotel transfers*, life jacket, insurance.
*Hotel pick up and transfer: Free land transfers by shared minibus are provided from hotels on Phuket Island in the areas of Kata beach, Karon beach, Patong beach and Phuket town. Transfer fees may be charged for other areas. Transfers cannot be provided from private addresses or AirBnBs.
Restrictions: Speedboat tours are not suitable for infants 3 years old and under, or for pregnant women and the elderly over 70 years of age.
In the event of cancellation, the following cancellation charges will be payable:
– 7 days or more prior to the package or tour date: full refund less bank fees.
– 3-6 days prior to the package or tour date: 30% of total price
– Within 72 hours of the package or tour date, or no show: 100% of total price.
Weather Policy: This is an all weather tour and still runs if it’s raining in the morning. Tours are cancelled if rough sea unsafe for small boats is forecast. The decision to cancel is made on the morning of the tour by the boat captain and the harbour master. If a trip is cancelled due to bad weather you choose to reschedule or take a full refund.
What to expect
In order to see so many places in a short time the boat needs to keep on the move but because passenger numbers are limited to about 20-30 per boat it can be managed smoothly. If you must see all the islands in one day this tour is your best option.
You’ll visit both Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Ley Islands as well as Bamboo Island.
You’ll see the famous Maya Bay plus Monkey Beach (yes there are monkeys on the beach).
Kayaks are also available for use on Koh Yao Yai.
Khai Islands is where you can stand in the shallow water and have small reef fish eat out of your hands.