Phi Phi consists of six small islands; fine sandy beaches and soaring limestone cliffs form spectacular scenery. The smaller, uninhabited island of Phi Phi Leh is a big tourist attraction. Surrounded by sheer limestone walls dotted with caves and passages the island's shallow blue-green lagoons and coral gardens make for excellent snorkeling. Loh Samah and Maya Bay are famous for the movie «The Beach».
Is just a small beach of white sand that emerges from the turquoise waters. As it is remote and less famous than the beach of Maya Bay, there is still some space on its beautiful beaches. Enjoy some swimming in the warm shallow waters or just relax on the white sandy beach.
Just to the north of Pi Leh Bay is the Viking Cave where swifts make their nests. There are some paintings on the walls of boats resembling Viking ships that are supposed to be ancient however they're more likely to be just a couple of hundred years old… if that. However, the Viking tag has stuck.
Ihe nests are made by the birds from their saliva and harvested from February to April by locals who use rickety bamboo scaffolding to get up to them once the birds have finished nesting. The nests sell for many thousands of Euros per kilo and are used for the Chinese delicacy bird’s nest soup.
The beautiful Monkey Beach is a great place to observe local wild life and is also where monkeys come out of their natural habitat to greet travelers and perhaps eat some of their food. From coke to bananas, these crazy monkeys would eat almost anything whether it is on the beach or in the water.
Railay Beach is isolated from the mainland. The peninsula of Railay is surrounded by the warm Andaman Sea, lush jungle, and twisted rock. It contains enough activities for the most adventurous while allowing those who just want to chill out in paradise the opportunity to do just that.
The Four Krabi Islands are Koh Gai (chicken Island, named because, believe it or not, it is shaped like a chicken), Koh Tup, Koh Mawr and Koh Poda are amongst the most photographed locations in Thailand and really are a must see.
Ao Thalane is truly one of the most charming areas of southern Thailand. This area is a hidden jewel not far from Ao Nang, the stunning lime-stone islands and mountains surrounding the area and the crystal clear water usually attracts eco-tourists for kayaking and sightseeing, bird watching and appreciation for nature and beauty. A full-day is needed for this trip with the boat usually leaving from Krabi at 9am and returning to Krabi around 3pm.
Koh Hong is an amazing tropical island that has only one beach - Pelay Beach - but it is recognized for being extremely unspoilt, offering fine white sand, coral and lots of varieties of tropical fish.
Long Island is a group of islands between Phuket and Krabi. There are two main islands, Koh Yao Noi (“Small Long Island”) and Koh Yao Yai, (“Big Long Island”). Koh Yao Noi remains a beautiful island, where most people still believe that the island should be preserved from human degradation.
Just across the sea from Long Island, lies the crystal waters and white sands of secluded Nork Island. It still remains unspoiled to this day. Nork Island has a beautiful trekking route that allows you to witness and experience the spectacular view of the surrounding Islands.
James Bond Island is a famous landmark in Phang Nga Bay, originally known as ‘Nail Island’ it is a beautiful National Park home to more than forty small islands. A distinctive feature of this famous bay is the number of sheer limestone cliffs that vertically jut out of the emerald-green water.
Join our professional team for the ultimate romantic dinner on the beach of a deserted island in the middle of the beautiful Phang-Nga Bay between Krabi and Phuket. You and your partner will experience a unique tropical adventure. Your private, traditional longtail boat departs from Khlong Muang’s quiet and scenic beach, Krabi’s most upmarket coastal area, at 3:00 in the afternoon. You stop at two of the famous islands to swim, snorkel, and laze on the fine, white-sand beaches.
Our longtail boat captains, who are all locals, know the Bay well and can take you to the best fishing spots depending on the tides and moon phases. In addition to enjoying a relaxing time fishing, you will be surrounded by the spectacular Bay.
I’m Chor; a local guy from Koh Kwang; still living in the area with my Irish wife Joy and all my family around us. When I was younger I spent most of my early years growing up in the Andaman Sea as I come from a boating background with all my family in the same business going back as far as my grandfather as a local longtail boat driver; most of my knowledge comes from my grandfather. He taught me all I know about boats and the sea and how to love and respect the water. For me, being in the water is not a job it’s my life; it’s where my heart is.
Krabi, Thailand 2017 | TAT Licence Approved