Phi Phi Island
Phi Phi Island
The tiny yet hugely famous Phi Phi Islands have for many years attracted tourists from every corner of the world to experience there phenomenal natural beauty. Once in your lifetime, come and walk along the white beach and the bluest sea of Maya Gulf and Phi Phi Lay Island. Take a boat ride to Pilay, the inner sea of the gulf, where emerald seawater rushes through the cliffs. Enjoy a view from the top of Phi Phi Don Island and take a look at the place where two gulfs meet. Dive down to admire the bright pink corals at Moo Sung stones. These are only a few examples of possible activities in a dream vacation that tourists everywhere are willing to pay for and they are sure to be worth it.
Phi Phi Islands are situated forty kilometers from Krabi province and on the sailing route of Krabi-Phuket. The archipelago consist of six small islands, Phi Phi Lay, Phi Phi Don, Bida Nok, Bida Nai, Yoong, and Pai. November to April, when there is no rainstorm, is the most suitable period for visiting.
How to get there
1. Three boats leave Krabi at Klong Jilad everyday at 9:30, 14:30, and 15:30. The fee is 400 baht per person and it takes 1.30 hours to the islands.
2. From Nang Gulf, the boat leaves Nopparat Tara Beach once a day at 9:30. The fee is 400 baht per person and it takes 1.30 hours to the islands.
3. From Phuket, a boat leaves Rassada port twice a day at 8:30 and 14:00. The fee is 400 baht per person and it takes two hours to the islands.
For more information contact Nopparat Tara-Phi Phi Islands National Park, 79 Moo 5, Baan Klong Kaew, Aow Nang Sub district, Mueng District, Krabi, 81000. Call 0 7563 7200.