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Early Bird Phi Phi Island Tour by Speedboat from Phuket

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  • All necessary equipment included
  • Lunch included
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
Early Bird Phi Phi Island Tour by Speedboat from Phuket
From USD 119.34
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Early Bird Phi Phi Island Tour by Speedboat from Phuket
USD 119.34
Overview
Beat the crowds with this early bird tour of Phi Phi Island. Embark on an adventure to one of Thailand's most popular tourist destinations in the early morning and watch the sun rise over Maya Bay. This tour includes stops at Viking Cave, Monkey Beach and several other top attractions, plus a picnic lunch and hotel transfers.
What to Expect

Arrive at Phi Phi Island early and avoid the crowds. Start your day early, around 4:45am - 5:30am, you will be picked up from your hotel in Phuket and transfer to the Royal Phuket Marina (the nicest pier in Phuket). Check in at the office lounge and enjoy a light breakfast with coffee and tea. By 06:30am - 06:45am, embark on a premium speedboat and head to the world famous Phi Phi Archipelago. The journey will take approximately 45 to 60mn. Once we arrive we will do some sightseeing at Phi Phi island, Viking Cave, and Monkey Beach (depending on weather conditions). Jumping from the boat at Pileh Lagoon, the emerald colored lagoon surrounded by unreal limestone cliffs and enjoy a beautiful snorkeling point.

By 11:00am, a delicious lunch (choice of Thai and Western food) will be served at a private beach-side restaurant. After lunch, move on to visit Bamboo island, another amazing spot to relax and snorkel with fishes. By 02:00pm - 02:30pm, it will be time to start the ride back to Royal Phuket Marina Pier and finally be transported back to your hotel in air-conditioned van.

Disclaimer : Please be advised that there will be no shoring up Maya Bay or Loh Sama Bay as the Department of Thailand National parks announced it will be closed-off until further notice so Nature can renew itself.

Also please note that even though we are heading there very early, there will still be a couple other boats and travelers. However we can guarantee that there will not be as many speedboats parked next to each other during peak visiting hours.

Reviews (44)
1 - 5 of 14 reviews
Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile
Brilliant day

We took the early bird tour and I’m glad we did we got to the first beach to find it at low tide and very few people there the views were spectacular the sea amazing an hour later the tide was coming in and so...More

3  Thank Peter S
Reviewed 21 April 2018
Great value speed boat tour

This is an awesome speed boat tour for the value. At sightly north of $100 you can not beat the value this trip has to offer! It includes transportation, breakfast, snacks, drinks, lunch, and island jumping on a large boat. For that value I give...More

8  Thank Robert G
Reviewed 19 April 2018
Not really early bird...

We wanted to do an extraordinary trip which is not too crowded. Thats why we choose the early bird tour. Guess what: many other tourists have the same idea so it is no longer a secret anymore... To make it short, here the summary of...More

4  Thank Carola S
Reviewed 15 April 2018
Outstanding Day with Excellent Service

We had an outstanding trip. The tour director and staff were fantastic and took great care of us, providing snacks, education, and first class service all day. Towels were provided as well as a light breakfast before our trip. We had water noodles to help...More

1  Thank Brandon A
Reviewed 13 April 2018
Simply perfect!

Very happy with our trip.All well planned.Maybe just the food could be a bit better.Otherwise well done.Excellent boat with excellent stuff.

Thank andrius j
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JakeJiggity
7 June 2018|
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Response from Juan Antonio G | Reviewed this property |
Yep, looks like so. It is probably for the best... There were too many people. That said, Phuket has sooo much stuff to do, that it is no big deal that particular island is closed
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