08.00 Pick up customer from the hotel and transfer to The Royal Phuket Marina
Depart from the Royal Phuket Marina at approximately 9:30AM
1. Phi Phi Le – First Snorkel Spot
Maya Bay is the perfect place to get some sand between your toes! This location has the softest, powdery, white sand that will leave you with the biggest smile on your face! Walk around and explore the area. Go for a swim in the enchanting blue and emerald green waters. Take pictures of the colorful Thai wooden long-tails boats lined along the shore. Whatever you choose to do, you will be feeling good both inside and out! (Maya Bay will be closed by the national Park form June 1st 2018 to September 31st 2018)
Fall in love with this emerald green lagoon surrounded by the most enchanting limestone cliffs! Thrill-seekers can jump for joy into the water from the front of our boat while those more cautious can step into the shining waters from our stairs. You will truly feel like one with nature here!
We love and support animals that live in the wild. Get a glimpse of these monkeys swinging, jumping, climbing and even swimming around in their own natural habitat! They are cute and entertaining, but please be aware that they are still wild animals. Tour guides will inform all passengers of important safety precautions to ensure a pleasant experience!
*The specific spot for snorkeling at this location will be based on the water conditions and other tour groups of that day*
2. Phi Phi Don
Sit back and relax while enjoying a delicious hotel lunch buffet. Use this time to re-fuel your bodies because more of paradise awaits!
3. Bamboo Island (Koh Pai) – Second Snorkel Spot
This is the only island of our tour that is part of Thailand’s National Park system! See the beauty of lush vegetation in the center of the island while shades of blue and green waters surround the island. Here is what heaven on earth looks and feels like!
Return to Royal Phuket Marina at approximately 4:30P.M.
For those who book the trip from June 1st 2018 to September 30th 2018 instead of Maya Bay the program will visit Rang Island however it depends on weather conditions and tidewater.