Snorkelling - Koh Phi Phi
Phi Phi’s snorkelling is world-class. Abundant coral reefs teeming with colourful fish lay just off the shores of Phi Phi Don. Take a tour to snorkel incredible sites on nearby islands including Phi Phi Leh, where movie The Beach was filmed.
Phi Phi Don
Two kilometres from Laem Tong Beach lays Hin Klang, a stunning reef around 90 metres long and 60 metres wide. The water is crystal clear making it easy to see the colourful coral and tropical fish.
200m offshore is a rock that just breaks the surface of the water. Called Shark Point, harmless black tip reef sharks like to feed there. The area is rich with coral and fish and is probably the best off shore snorkelling on Phi Phi.
Located on the southwestern side of Tonsai Bay, Monkey Beach is a beautiful long strip of white powdery sand and a group of cheeky monkeys. The clear turquoise water is shallow, teeming with coral and fish.
Known as Ao Ling in Thai, Monkey Bay is situated near the entrance of Dalum Bay. A fantastic coral reef lies around 50 meters from the shore.
Phi Phi Leh
Maya Bay has extremely clear water, full of stunning coral and colourful fish. Made famous as the film set for movie The Beach, Maya Bay is a popular spot to visit. Come early or late to avoid the crowds.
Sama Bay, located on the south-eastern tip of the island, is a tiny beach famous for snorkelling and diving. Snorkel the small island just offshore full of colourful coral and schools of fish.
Day trips leave for nearby islands including Bida Nok, Mosquito and Bamboo. Each of these idyllic islands have fabulous snorkelling opportunities.