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3 Dive Luxury Speedboat Day Trip – Phi Phi

3 Dive Luxury Speedboat Day Trip – Phi Phi

Luxury speedboat dives to Phi Phi

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3 Dive Luxury Day Trip to Phi Phi

The typical itinerary for this trip would be (weather and time dependant).

08:00: Pick up from your hotel in a private minibus
08:45: Arrive Aussie Divers Shop in Chalong
09:00: Arrive at Chalong Pier
09:30: Look for Dolphins at Mai Ton (weather dependant, not guaranteed)
10:30: First Dive at Phi Phi
12:00: Lunch around Phi Phi often at famous Maya Bay. Visit the beautiful Lo Sama Bay. Cruise past Viking cave
13:00: Second Dive at Phi Phi
14:00: Travel to Shark Point
15:00: Dive at Shark Point
16:00: Return to Chalong
17:00: Arrive back at Chalong Pier
17:30: Back to your hotel

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