2 Days Krabi

Phi Phi Island – Koh Hong Krabi – Phang Nga Bay

Day 1 Phi Phi

There are six islands in the group known as Phi Phi with Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Le being the largest and most well-known. Fine, white sandy beaches and breathtaking rock formations rising from the vivid turquoise waters that surround the islands will instantly confirm you’ve arrived in paradise. The islands came to worldwide prominence when Ko Phi Phi Leh was used as a location for the 2000 British-American film The Beach.  Ko Phi Phi is a popular place for diving and snorkeling, kayaking and other marine activities.

Phi Phi Ley, Maya Bay

Phi Phi Ley is home to Maya Bay, the stunningly beautiful beach that’s sheltered by 100-meter high cliffs on three sides and is featured in the Movie the Beach. The stunning vertical cliffs capped with green foliage give way to small sandy beaches and tropical coral seas.

Koh Mai Pai

Bamboo Island is a flat evergreen island with blending white sand and beautiful crystal clear water.  One of our favorite islands! Grab some snorkeling gear because on the way to Bamboo Island is a very nice coral garden called Hin Klang. As Hin Klang is the best snorkeling site at Phi Phi Island a stop there is a must! A fantastic area for snorkeling along the coral reef, 50 meters off the white sandy beach.

Poda Island

Poda Island is a small island with a soft white sand beach. A coral reef lies about 20 meters from the beach with a variety of sea life. The irresistible combination of excellent snorkeling, scenery and soft sand make the island a popular choice with snorkelers and day trippers, but surprisingly, it’s not crowded.

Ao Nang Beach – Rayavadee Resort

Situated at the heart of the stunning Phranang Peninsular on the edge of Krabi Marine National Park, Rayavadee nestles discreetly amidst tropical gardens and coconut groves against a backdrop of sheer cliffs, lush jungle foliage and the clear waters of the Andaman Sea.

Rayavadee Resort is also a popular destination for guests who prefer to sleep on shore.

Snorkeling at Koh Mai Pai

Bamboo Island is a flat evergreen island with blending white sand and beautiful crystal clear water.  One of our favorite islands! Grab some snorkeling gear because on the way to Bamboo Island is a very nice coral garden called Hin Klang. As Hin Klang is the best snorkeling site at Phi Phi Island a stop there is a must! A fantastic area for snorkeling along the coral reef, 50 meters off the white sandy beach.

Day 2, Hong Archipelago

Breakfast at Hong Archipelago Krabi

Mu Koh Hong is one of the most striking and noteworthy unique rock formations. About 12 islets lay in line vertically stretching from the north to the south of Phang-Nga and the Krabi sea. The shady silhouettes of the islands trigger the imagination of travelers and invite all to discover mother nature’s mystique. You can enjoy kayaking, snorkeling, feeding fish and taking in the stunning sights of the island.  A great place to spend some time in and around the water.

Kayaking at Hong Island

Koh Hong is a limestone island with a bay which is almost completely surrounded by a cliff which is looking like a hall. Kayaks can enter into the cave through an exciting channel and once in the inner Lagoon the nature and views are truly stunning. This area is also suitable for swimming and fun in the water.

On to Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga is famous for spectacular scenery with limestone cliffs rising out of green water.  There are caves, lagoons and tiny secluded beaches awaiting discovery. Phang Nga Bay is a large, lovely area that seems different in every change in weather and light. There are many fine secluded islands that can be explored at your leisure.

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James Bond Island

Koh Ping Khan and Koh Tapu are probably the most striking natural attractions of Phang Nga Bay. The two islands are best known as James Bond Islands. They received that name when they got world famous by being chosen as location to the movie “The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)”.  The literal translation of the name Kho Tapu means “Nail Island” Kho Phing Kan is a steep limestone which looks like being torn apart at the base. There are some souvenir and beverage shops available on Kho Phing Kan which makes for a nice short stop.

Sea Gypsy Village

Koh Panyi is a steep limestone island at which base a large community of Muslim fisherman are situated. All houses are built on stilts and appear floating in the sea. Around the village are floating baskets which act as “fish farms” and keep the fishes in the water but trapped. The village offers restaurants, a school and many souvenir shops which makes it a great place to buy some unique souvenirs.

Cave Exploring at Panak Island

Koh Panak Island is located southwest of Koh Hong and some caves and inner seas can be found there. Some caves can be reached by kayaking while others have high entrances so that guests need to climb. The inner sea can be seen from the cave entrance. The favorite attractions are Khang Khao (Bat) Cave, Ice Cream Cave and Gong Gang Cave. Koh Panak has wonderful scenery around the island like cliffs and strange beautiful stalactites

We then set sail back to the Marina. Enjoy light Snacks and Fruits while you marvel at the stunning scenery surrounding you.

Arrival at the Marina where your transport is waiting to bring you back to your hotel.

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