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We went on the Maya Bay Plankton Sunset Cruise, it was a brilliantly organised trip and we felt that we definitely got the money worth for it. Although Maya Beach is currently closed to tourists so the boat can only stop in the bay and...More
You can’t actually visit Maya Bay at the moment as it’s closed to let the reef recover but you can look at it from a distance and for me that was just as good. You see it in all its glory with no boats and...More
The maya beach is closed since july 2018, because the large amount of tourists was damaging the coral. The boats now just get on the bay, they don't go close to the beach. So, if you want to take the famous photo in Maya Beach,...More
This really is an amazing place, very famous for its scenes from the Beach movie with Leo Dicaprio. However, there are loads of tourists who ruin the experience of pure beauty. If you’d like to get on the beach directly, be careful as there are...More
Really amazing beach, like a paradise, we just saw it from a boat when we were in a tour, as it is closed for the tourists, to avoid to distroy it by throwing garbage food and plastic bottles, wish they can open it soon.
Beautiful place to visit. Place worth seeing. Happy to see that government shut down the bay and the beach for recovery. Hopefully they will do the same with other places destroyed by disrespectful ppl. Fingers crossed. Place worth seeing.
I visited maya bay several times over the space of 4 months, back when you were able to go on the beach. It was beautiful, softest powder sand I’ve ever experienced. It was busy sure but worth it to see the view from the beach....More
An absolutely stunning bay, closed to tourists at moment to allow coral to recover which I was very happy to hear! I was only here as it was part of a snorkelling trip.
You can still view it from a boat which pulls up not...More