James Bond + Krabi + Phi Phi Islands Day Tour (11 Islands)
James Bond Krabi Phi Phi Island Day Tour. The most famous beach destinations in the province are the rainforest – covered Islands of Phi Phi, which resemble giant boulders protruding from the sea, and the popular rock climbers beach Riley, which can only be reached by boat.
This tour is for those who want to see everything at once!
Phang Nga Bay covers an area of 400sqkm and is home to some 100 islands, many of which could feature in The Guinness Book of Records either for their beauty or for their freakish shapes. James Bond Island, with its signature rocky pinnacle, has been a major attraction ever since it featured in the 1974 Bond movie. Luckily it is under national park protection and as a result no boats of any kind are allowed to go too close to the island because of its precarious position – big on the upper part and relatively slim at the bottom. The two best ways to view James Bond Island are from boats or from the small beach on Koh Ping Ghan.
Koh Ping Ghan is another sample of how the Mother Nature works her magic. Basically it’s a very high leaning rock that has some small caves inside. It’s pretty amazing and fun to check them all out. On its crowded eastern beach, there are stalls and stands selling knickknack souvenirs, mostly made from shells and woods.
The cave, on the east side of the Railay Bay is famous for its wonderful stalactites and stalagmites. Since ancient times, Phra Nang (Princess) Cave has been where fishermen, before going out to sea, have made offerings to the symbolic Phallus of Shiva (known as the Siwaleung or Palad Khik in Thai).
Phi Phi Island is Thailand’s island-superstar. It’s been in the movies. It’s the topic of conversation for travelers all over Thailand. For some, it’s the only reason to touchdown in Phuket. Even with all the hype, it doesn’t disappoint. Phi Phi’s beauty is a large chunk of the allure. The islands, when approached by boat, rise from the sea like a fortress. Sheer cliffs tower overhead, then give way to beach-fronted jungle. It’s love at first sight.
|06.30||Pick you up from your hotel and transfer to The Pier. Complimentary coffee, tea, cookies.|
|09.30||Depart from the Pier to Phang Nga Bay by speed boat.|
|Visit James Bond Island take photo with Koh Tapu and Kho Ping Khan (The place for James Bond movice scene The man with golden gun.)|
|Sightseeing stalactite stalagmite around Panak Island.|
|Canoeing at Talu Island. An ideal place for canoe lovers, as the island is shrouded in mangroves and has numerous caves.|
|Visiting the Panyee village – the oldest settlement of sea gypsies, lunch at the local restaurant.|
|Visiting Pranang Beach (Railay beach). The Fertility Cave. Time for swimming and relaxing on the beach.|
|Sightseeing in Krabi Province, Twin Islands. Snorkeling at Chicken Island.|
|Sightseeing at Phi Phi Don island without landing.|
|Meet the monkeys at Monkey Beach in Yong Kasem Bay.|
|Sightseeing the Viking Cave.|
|Swimming in Pileh Lagoon. (Attention! Visiting the Pileh Lagoon is only possible if there is high tide.)|
|Sightseeing of the Loh Samah bay. Visit the Maya beach, which offers a magnificent view of the Maya Bay.. The place where the filming of the movie “The Beach” with Leonardo DiCaprio took place.|
|19.30||Back to the pier and transfer to your hotel.|
NOTICE: All programs are subject to change due do daily weather and sea conditions.
Included in Tour
|National Park Fee|
|Transfer round trip from your hotel(Please check your area if included on free transportation)|
|snorkeling gears (mask, snorkel) and life jacket|
|English speaking guide|
|soft drinks and fresh fruits on board|