A trip to the incredible Phi Phi Island is a tour of a lifetime. Limestone cliffs, golden sand beaches, turquoise blue sea, hidden coves, coral reefs, the amazing Maya Bay and the Ao Ton Sai, delicious Thai delicacies, incredible nightlife, snorkeling, rock climbing, canoeing adventures, you have it all at the Phi Phi Island! That is why those who plan on visiting the place, must do it again and over again!
The Phi Phi Island, which is also known as the PP Island is merely a couple of hours away from Krabi and Phuket in Thailand. So, if you are visiting any of these places, it is a must for you to visit the amazing PP Island. A few years ago, the PP Island was completely destroyed because of the Tsunami; it was the second worst affected place, however, everything has now been magnificently restored.
Planning Phi Phi Island Tour
Are you planning a Phi Phi Island tour? The island is close to Krabi and Phuket. Simply head to the pier in any of these two cities, catch a ferry and you would be reaching the PP Island in a few hours. All the ferries that you would take to this Island will first take you to the Ao Ton Sai beach. If you are staying nearby, you can easily hop out and walk back to your resort. And if you are staying on the other side of the Island, you need to take another boat to reach out to your resort. If you have made a prior booking, most of the resorts will even send a boat to pick you up.
One other way to reach the Phi Phi Island is by taking the seaplane. Take this short flight and you will be seeing an outstanding view of the rocks and the sea. It is a completely different perspective!
What PP Island Has To Offer?
There are two different kinds of tours you can have to the PP Island. You could visit the Island on a day trip and get back to Krabi or Phuket by the evening, or you may consider staying here for a few days. Both of these Phi Phi Island tours are quite popular, but of course being a day tripper, you will be missing out on several island attractions. For example, you will not be able to camp at the Maya Bay, and there won’t be any full moon parties as well!
However, you will still be able to see the major attractions of the Island, which include Pileh Cove, the Viking Cave, Monkey Beach, Mosquito Island, the Bamboo Island, the Phi Phi Don and the Phi Phi Leh islands, and of course the Maya Bay and Ao Ton Sai.
Book yourself a speedboat that will take you around different places, enjoy lunch at the Bamboo Island, and bring you back as you witness a marvelous sunset on the Andaman Sea.
So, what are you really waiting for? An amazing Phi Phi Island tour awaits you!