Hiking - Koh Phi Phi
There are no cars or roads on Phi Phi Island, and until recently many beaches could only be accessed by longtail boat. Today there are jungle trails leading to most corners of the island. Pack some water, snacks and your snorkel and head into the hills.
Loh Bagao Beach
Previously accessible only by longtail boat, Loh Bagao is now connected through a network of jungle trails. A path joins it with Laem Thong Beach in the north, Lana Bay and Nui Beach to the west, and Loh Dalum in the south. The path from Loh Dalum to Loh Bagao takes a good couple of hours through thick, jungle covered mountains. Your efforts are rewarded with 4 km of remote, wild beach, stylish hotels and good offshore snorkelling.
Phi Phi Viewpoint
Look for the signs leading to the viewpoint on the way to Loh Dalum Beach. 186 metres at the highest point, it takes between 20 and 30 minutes of easy walking to reach the top. The well trodden path is mostly paved with plenty of places to rest.
The view from the top is magnificent, encompassing Phi Phi Leh, Tonsai Village and Loh Dalum beach. Hammocks provide a welcome place to rest and you can also buy snacks and drinks. Photographers like to vist before 10:00 when the sun is in the best position.
From here you can continue along paths leading across the island. The middle path takes you to Rantee Beach around 20 minutes away. The left path leads to Pak Nam Beach and the right to Ao Toh Koh, taking around 45 minutes each.