Get from Krabi to Koh Phi Phi Islands by express ferry and enjoy exploring the Pearl of the Andaman Sea with a day trip to Koh Phi Phi Don. Travel fast and convenient with drop off directly at Ton Sai pier and return back to Krabi in the late afternoon.
What to Expect
Take the worry out of your transfer from Krabi to Koh Phi Phi Islands with an express round-trip ferry ticket across the Andaman Sea.
The easy, fast, and safe journey can be booked up to 12 hours before departure and needs no stopover en route. Travel paperless with a convenient e-ticket and take advantage of daily departures and a convenient drop off directly at Ton Sai pier on the main island called Koh Phi Phi Don.
Explore the main island with more than 4 hours of leisure time. Go swimming at the most beautiful beaches just a stone's throw away from Ton Sai village. Hike to the view point from where you will have an amazing sight over the Phi Phi Island archipelago and go shopping in the narrow streets in the touristic centre.
Sit back and relax in air-conditioned comfort, enjoying views of Thailand's beautiful landscapes on each leg of the journey. Flexible travel options will add an extra smile to your adventure in the 'Land of Smiles.'
The Phi Phi Islands: Regarded by travelers from all walks of life as being among the most beautiful tropical islands of the world, Phi Phi Islands have become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand. In addition, the islands are famous as the location where the movie 'The Beach' featuring Leonardo Di Caprio was shot. The islands, together with the nearby Nopparat Thara Beach, a total area of 390 square kilometers, were recently established as a national park.
Phi Phi Islands are located just 40 kilometers away from Krabi. Thus, despite the fact that both Nopparat Thara Beach and Phi Phi administratively are a part of Krabi province, most tourists think that Koh Phi Phi is part of Phuket province.
The islands and the coastal hills are composed mainly of limestone and are an extension of the limestone mountain range in Phang Nga Province. The main characteristics of these mountains and islands are their steep cliffs, large caves and dwarf trees growing out of the rock crevices, like those in Phang Nga Bay.
The island group is composed of two rocky, tree-covered islets – Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Lee. Phi Phi Don, the larger islet to the north, is well known for its fine beaches and coral formations. Above average tourist facilities and accommodations are available along two beautiful curved bays, namely Ton Sai Bay and Lodalam Bay. Several shops at Ton Sai can arrange diving and snorkeling trips around the island or the nearby islands - Koh Phi Phi Lee, Koh Yung and Koh Mai Phai.
About 2 kilometers to the south is Phi Phi Lee. Contrary to Phi Phi Don, this islet is uninhabited, at least at night, as the island descends abruptly into the sea on all sides and it is prohibited by the administrative body. During the day boatloads of daytrippers tour along the scenic limestone cliffs and sail into Maya Bay, for some snorkeling and beach time. It's definitely a paradise and as such is popular with tourists. The movie 'The Beach' was filmed here as the sheer cliffs and curve of sand create a small scene of hidden paradise.
- Express ferry round trip tickets directly to Ton Sai pier on Koh Phi Phi Don and back to Krabi
- Travel insurance
Know Before You Go
• Meet at Krabi passenger port 30-minutes before departure time
• Departure and arrival times may be subject to change due to weather conditions
• If you like to see Maya Bay and the other attractions apart from Koh Phi Phi Don, please book the day tour to Phi Phi Island by speedboat.