What to see on Phi Phi island, where they are located and what are the islands that make up the archipelago, how to get there, excursions to do by boat in the Andaman sea.
Located in the Andaman Sea in southern Thailand, the archipelago is made up of 6 islands, Phi Phi Don, Phi Phi Leh, Koh Phai, Koh Yung, Bida Nok and Bida Nai.
The archipelago belongs to the province of Krabi and is about 50 km from the island of Phuket, a popular tourist destination.
The main islands of this small archipelago are Phi Phi Don, the largest and with many accommodation options, and Phi Phi Leh, not permanently inhabited and famous for the beautiful Maya Bay beach, where some scenes of the film The Beach were shot with Leonardo Dicaprio.
Phi Phi Don Island can be reached by ferry or speedboat from Phuket, starting from the port of Rassada, or from the port of Krabi by ferry.
From Phi Phi Don island you can rent boats or take part in organized trips to visit Phi Phi Leh island and the other islets.
The archipelago is part of a large natural heritage, the Koh Phi Phi National Park, famous for its sea with crystal clear waters and the seabed populated by a large variety of fish and corals.
In these places, nature offers a very suggestive sight, characterized by rocky walls overlooking the sea and bays with long white sand beaches lapped by the clear and warm waters of the Andaman sea.