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11 Islands

Region: Phuket Duration: 2 days/1 night
  • Boat Tours
  • Multi-Day Tours

The program includes:

James Bond Islands, Koh Panyi fishing village, Railay Beach, Phi Phi Don Island, snorkeling, Muay Thai fights, Maya Bay, Pileh Lagoon, Viking Cave, Bamboo and Khai islands; meals (two lunches, one breakfast) and accommodation included.

Your exciting journey starts in Phang Nga province. You will visit the James Bond Islands and the Koh Panyi gypsy fishing village, followed by a delicious lunch in a restaurant. Afterward, set off for spectacular Railay Beach and a curious cave shrine dedicated to Phra Nang, a female spirit symbolizing fertility. Don’t miss the chance to snorkel when your boat anchors near scenic Phi Phi Don Island. Apart from its underwater treasures, Phi Phi Don is known for its spectacular viewpoint, which you will visit. The evening will continue in a bar with Muay Thai fights and will end with a fantastic fire show and dancing at a discotheque on the beach. On the second day, enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of legendary Maya Bay, the emerald-green Pileh Lagoon, and see the mysterious Viking Cave and Monkey Beach.


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