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Sunset Plankton tour

Sunset Plankton Tour

฿1,300.00

3-in-1. Snorkeling, Sightseeing and Bio-luminescent Plankton.

Visit one of the most amazing islands in southern Thailand. Snorkeling amazing reefs, visits exotic bays including Pileh Bay and Maya bay and finally experience night snorkeling and observe the bio-luminescent plankton.

Our Sunset Plankton Tour is one of our most exciting snorkeling excursions. This tour takes in all the best sites around Phi Phi Ley Island and with the aid of our snorkeling guides we will show you the amazing marine life that inhabits our reefs.

Our small group sizes ensure a custom experience, allowing you to fully appreciate this spectacular island. The guides will ensure that all guests are catered for according to their experience to ensure safety and a quality of service seldom found on a snorkeling tour.


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Sunset Plankton Tour

Sunset Plankton Tour

Duration – 4 hours

START TIME

  • The Sunset Plankton Tour starts at around 1500h -1530h. The time changes through the year as time of sunset get later.
    The trip ends around 2000h
A diver takes their first breathes underwater

MONITORING and TRAINING

Regardless of how much experience you have it is our objective at The Adventure Club to ensure that everyone is comfortable with the use of their snorkeling equipment and skills. This ensures:

  • We protect the coral and marine-life
  • Guests feel comfortable and safe
  • Snorkelers see more because they can manage their snorkeling equipment properly
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SMALL GROUPS

We allow only seven person per group which is guided by one of our divemasters or instructors. For large private groups or families, we are able to accept more than 7 persons.

Being in a small group allows us to provide a more personal experience and we can visit places away from the larger crowds. We can also customize the trips to include special requests whenever possible.

VIKING BAY

  • The trip visits Viking Bay. This is a great spot for snorkeling. here we spend a good 30 – 45 minutes exploring the coral reef. There is a chance to see small black-tip reef sharks and occasionally the resident turtles will come up to the surface for a breath of air.

Difficulty level: Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

PILEH BAY

  • The next stop is in Pileh bay. This shallow bay located on the east side of Phi Phi Ley is truly breathtaking. Entering the narrow bay reveals a bowl-shaped lagoon. Here the guests can spend some time to relax and take in how beautiful this place is. Stop time around 20 minutes.

Difficulty level: Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

PILEH WALL – optional

This snorkeling spot is optional and depends on the experience level of the guests and the conditions of the water.

  • Pileh Wall is a reef ranging from a steep wall dropping to about 20 meters to a gentle sloping reef that ranges from a few meters down to 12 meters. Here guests can see all kinds of amazing sea life. This stop is around 45 minutes.

Difficulty level: Medium to Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

PILEH REEF FLAT – optional

This snorkeling spot is the alternative if PILEH WALL is not suitable. This is an amazing reef with shallow corals that live on the reef flat.

  • It is common to see parrotfish, anemonefish, longtoms, snappers, small groupers, soldierfish, wrasse, butteflyfish and many others at this location.

Difficulty level: Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

LOH SAMAH BAY

En route around the island we visit Loh Samah Bay. This small bay is at the southern-most point of Phi Phi Ley Island and boasts a small pretty beach and has it’s own rocky island just off-shore.
The shallow reef here is suitable for all levels of snorkelers, although bathers should be aware of boat traffic and remain in the safety areas.

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

MAYA BAY

One of the most popular spots n the world. Maya Bay was made famous by Leonardo Di Caprio when they used this as the location for the film, ‘The Beach’. The beach has been made off-limits by the Department of National Parks but visitors can still visit the bay and enjoy the spectacular scenery of the beach and surrounding cliffs.

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

PALONG BAY – optional

If there is enough time then we can stop at Palong Bay. This bay located on the west side of Phi Phi Ley island is a great spot for finding Hawksbill Turtles and Black tip reef sharks.
The cliffs on the west side are a few hundred feet high offering an incredible backdrop to the final part of this fantastic excursion.

Difficulty level: Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

SUNSET PLANKTON

The final stop is at Loh Dalum bay. Once the sun has set we enter the water to snorkel at night. The bio-luminescent plankton is visible every night and is spectacular.

Difficulty level: Medium to Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

ALTERNATE WEATHER OPTIONS

During times when the weather conditions are not favorable it is likely we will have to change the itinerary of this tour.

  • Adjust the itinerary and stay in the areas where the ocean conditions are comfortable
  • Offer a change of date
  • Offer a full refund

Duration – 4 hours

STEP 1: Make a Booking

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STEP 2: Complete Registration

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The Sunset plankton tour starts between 1500hh – 1530h. The time changes slightly throughout the year according to the time of sunset.

Regardless of how much experience you have it is our objective at The Adventure Club to ensure that everyone is comfortable with the use of their snorkeling equipment and skills. This ensures:

  • We protect the coral and marine-life
  • Guests feel comfortable and safe
  • Snorkelers see more because they can manage their snorkeling equipment properly

We allow only seven person per group which is guided by one of our divemasters or instructors. For large private groups or families, we are able to accept more than 7 persons.

Being in a small group allows us to provide a more personal experience and we can visit places away from the larger crowds. We can also customize the trips to include special requests whenever possible.

The trip visits Viking Bay. This is a great spot for snorkeling. here we spend a good 30 – 45 minutes exploring the coral reef. There is a chance to see small black-tip reef sharks and occasionally the resident turtles will come up to the surface for a breath of air.

Difficulty level: Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater
The next stop is in Pileh bay. This shallow bay located on the east side of Phi Phi Ley is truly breathtaking. Entering the narrow bay reveals a bowl-shaped lagoon. Here the guests can spend some time to relax and take in how beautiful this place is. Stop time around 20 minutes.

Difficulty level: Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

This snorkeling spot is optional and depends on the experience level of the guests and the conditions of the water.

Pileh Wall is a reef ranging from a steep wall dropping to about 20 meters to a gentle sloping reef that ranges from a few meters down to 12 meters. Here guests can see all kinds of amazing sea life. This stop is around 45 minutes.

Difficulty level: Medium to Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

This snorkeling spot is the alternative if PILEH WALL is not suitable. This is an amazing reef with shallow corals that live on the reef flat.

It is common to see parrotfish, anemonefish, longtoms, snappers, small groupers, soldierfish, wrasse, butteflyfish and many others at this location.
 

Difficulty level: Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

En route around the island we visit Loh Samah Bay. This small bay is at the southern-most point of Phi Phi Ley Island and boasts a small pretty beach and has it’s own rocky island just off-shore.
The shallow reef here is suitable for all levels of snorkelers, although bathers should be aware of boat traffic and remain in the safety areas.

A diver takes their first breathes underwater
One of the most popular spots in the world. Maya Bay was made famous by Leonardo Di Caprio when they used this as the location for the film, ‘The Beach’. The beach has been made off-limits by the Department of National Parks but visitors can still visit the bay and enjoy the spectacular scenery of the beach and surrounding cliffs.
A diver takes their first breathes underwater

If there is enough time then we can stop at Palong Bay. This bay located on the west side of Phi Phi Ley island is a great spot for finding Hawksbill Turtles and Black tip reef sharks.
The cliffs on the west side are a few hundred feet high offering an incredible backdrop to the final part of this fantastic excursion.

Difficulty level: Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

Once the sun has set at it is dark we are ready for the our final stop  at Loh Dalum bay. Here the snorkelers get into the water to observe the bio-luminescent plankton.

Difficulty level: Low

A diver takes their first breathes underwater
Mask, snorkel, Fins, Wetsuit, Lifejackets

Not Included

  • Transfer fees (to/ from Phi Phi Island)

  • Photos or videos (available on request)

  • National Park Fees

National Park fees are applied to scuba divers diving within the Had Noppharathara National Park

Start

Thai

Non-Thai

Day 1

240 thb

600 thb

Day 2

200 thb

200 thb

Day 3

200 thb

200 thb

Day 4*

240 thb

600 thb

*National Park fees renew on the 4th day
**Fees are applied to some snorkeling trips

Additional information

Duration

Each trip last between 4 hours

Distance to Dive Sites

Phi Phi Ley is about 20 minutes from Phi Phi Don Island. The two islands are separated by a narrow channel.

Health for Snorkeling

All persons engaging in snorkeling should be of good health. We strongly recommend students check out the medical statement to ensure they are healthy enough to scuba dive. Persons that do have a history of specific illnesses may not be allowed to snorkel.

Experience required

No experience required. Our guests will ensure that everyone is sufficiently briefed on how to use the snorkeling equipment properly.

National Park Fees

There are no national park fees for this trip.

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