Phi Phi & Phang Nga Bay (James Bond Island) - Speed Boat Charter
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  • 125 HP * 2 Engine10-12 People
  • 225 HP * 2 Engine15-22 People
  • 225 HP * 2 Engine25-40 People

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Phi Phi & Phang Nga Bay (James Bond Island) – Speed Boat Charter

  • Every Day
  • 08.00
  • Speed Boat
  • Life jacket
  • Insurance

32,000 THB


2 Engine

10 - 12 People

38,000 THB


2 Engine

15 - 22 People

38,000 THB


3 Engine

35 - 40 People
08.00 Pick up from hotel and transfer to pier.
08.30 Depart from the pier to “Phi Phi Island” (It takes time about 1 hr from Phuket to Phi Phi island) Arrive at “Phi Phi Lay” explore the fantastic landscape of “Maya Bay” (where the movie “The Beach” was partially filmed) swimming or snorkeling with colorful fishes. Discover “Loh Samah Bay” and “Pileh Cove” and sightseeing at “Viking Cave” Arrive at “Phi Phi Don” enjoy snorkeling or relaxing on a white sandy beach at Yong Kasem (Monkey Beach).
12.30 Stop for Lunch (client’s own expense) at Phi Phi Don. Free time on the beach enjoy your time feeding fish, swimming, snorkeling, or relaxing.
14.15 Enter Phang Nga Bay. You can see a glimpse of daily life in Muslim Fishing Village and pass two mountains of Khao Ta Poo before reaching the island of Ping-Kan, better know as James Bond Island. Visit James Bond Island, famous after the filming of the ‘The Man with Golden Gun’ movie
16.30 Departure from Phang Nga Bay back to the pier.
17.00 Arrive at the pier for the transfer to your hotel.

* This program is subject to change according to the weather and sea conditions.