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After walking to long beach from phi phi island for about 40min, we got to long beach where we found longtail boats that took us to the shark point for 500b for 2 persons with boat for ourserlves only for 1hour skorkelling. More than worth...More
It’s only now I realised this place was actually called shark point. I thought my tour guide was joking about there being sharks.
I am disappointed as haven’t seen any sharks or anything else. All I saw were one kind of colourful fish and that...More
I dragged my gear half way around the world and did my first Thailand dives today and I might just let the gear dry out and take it home and go back to the Caribbean. Visibility was terrible and the coral looked mostly dead. A...More
After visiting bamboo beach, our speed boat brought us to the Shark point. We were provided with life jackets and snorkelling kits and were asked to jump into the sea for snorkelling to look for beautiful fish and shark in particular. However none of us...More
We were staying at Long Beach for three days so we wanted to snorkel out by ourselves to see some sharks. The first day we arrived the current was really strong early afternoon so we didnt go out too far. 2nd day late afternoon around...More
Like most of the tourists in Koh Phi Phi we booked a full day tour (600 B + 400 just to enter Maya Bay). Worst day of the trip. All the things you want to avoid: zero authenticity, 5000 tourists doing the things you do,...More
It is, like they say, a strong current there. I was unable to see any being the weaker swimmer, but my husband and son saw a large blacktip within 10 minutes of being there. Snorkeling around Koh Phi Phi islands is wonderful!
Lovely beach away from the buzz of the Tonsai village. Just 200m swim away from the beach there is the shark point, a rough reef poking trough the waves. We saw many colourful fish and many black tip sharks but I was sad to see...More
Plan to go snorkelling at high tide. We walked along the beach from Phi phi town, following the signs from where the shops stopped. This is leaving from the bay with the main wharf, and you walk to the left as you face the sea....More