After visiting the stunning Phi Phi Island , we were left with just one day and there was so much to fit in. After a lot of brain storming finally with heavy heart we had to ditch the visit to Tiger Cave Temple and hot spring and opted for a four island tour.It was Sam’s decision as he lovvvveeessss snorkeling and anything that includes water. 😉 😉
If you have time, you can also opt for a one day trip to less touristy and picturesque Hong island.
We wanted to take it slow opting for a half day trip to Four Islands, so that we get more time for beach bumming, soaking in the sun, snorkeling and chasing colorful school of fishes and of course lunch on the shores of an isolated island.
I know we have raved a lot about the gorgeous beaches of Thailand from where we did not want to tear ourself away.
Check out some the stunning islands that we visited during our four island tour from Krabi and I am sure you would also wish to be there.
Our first stop was the dazzling PhangNga Beach surrounded with impressive cliffs. On one side of the beach was the beautiful limestone cave formation which is famous for rock climbing and the sacred place which is worshipped. Being one of the most visited places of Krabi , it was over crowded with tourists and boats anchored on the shores. Other tourists with us on the long tail boat jumped into the water with snorkelling gear the moment the boat parked while we lazed around the beach with our favourite book sun bathing and capturing the beautiful scenery in our camera.
On the way to the second stop we passed by the Chicken Island. The name is due to the strange formation of rock in the shape of Chicken (head and neck). Though we were not allowed to visit the island but our boat did stop for snorkelling near the island.
Koh Poda was our second stop, were we had enough time relaxing on the shores after having lunch. The cliffs which have mushroomed all around the islands were impressive forming a striking picture and shallow sea perfect for snorkelling. We were in awe of the scenic beauty all around.
Numerous fishes swarmed around our legs while we fed bread to the them, much better than snorkelling. (for lazy beach bummers like me 😉 )
Koh Tup Island
Our third stop was a small yet beautiful island named Tup island.The below pictures says thousand words. <3 <3
Near Koh Tup lies the Koh Mawr island connected with a sandy bar which makes it accessible to walk from one island to other during low tide. Less crowded and one of the smallest island we have ever visited but undoubtedly smashing.
Hope the pictures are inspiring enough to plan your next vacation.
Have you been to islands of Krabi, which one is your favourite amongst them?
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