|Phi Phi Islands
feature beaches and clear water that have had their natural beauty
protected by National Park status. Tourism on Ko Phi Phi, like the
rest of Krabi province, has exploded only very recently. In the
early 1990s only the most adventurous travelers visited the island,
staying in only the most basic accommodation. (Wikipedia:VERIFY)
Nowadays, however, the place has turned into one of the major
destinations for visitors to Krabi. The is still significantly less
developed than the nearby island of Phuket, or Ko Samui, on
Thailand's opposite coast.
Snorkeling Ko Phi Phi is a popular place in Thailand for diving
and snorkeling. There are plenty of excellent sites with crystal
clear water and colourful coral. There are dozens of places on the
island organizing trips. There are numerous operators and dive shops
open on Koh Phi Phi catering too all levels of divers. The area is
well-known for its coral and one of the most favoured dive and
snorkeling destinations in Thailand.
Kayaking Many tourists use a kayak to see the natural
environs and the islandís impressive features.
Cliff Jumping Cliff jumping is fairly new to Tonsai Bay.
There are cliffs from 6 to 16m that are ideal for cliff jumping due
to the depth of water below.
Bird Watching Many rare birds are to be seen there:
Gurneys, Finfoots, Bigwinged Brown Kingfishers, Egrets, Bitterns,
Herons and more.
Sailing & Cruising Krabi has plenty of anchorages,
usually deserted and all so pretty.
Fishing Fishers can catch the likes of marlin, sailfish
barracuda and tuna.
Spa Spa service is available at the top hotels and