The Shark Watch tour of Phi Phi Island at Long Beach is a true classic where you can get face to face with the tame but inquisitive Black Tip Shark. The other really cool part is that you don't need to be able to scuba dive. All you need is to be able to swim. The Black Tip Shark are about 90 cm to 2.5 meters and can swim in larger groups of 10 or more at Long Beach at Hin Phae. Although this sounds intimidating, a sudden movement disperses the shark. A truly greatly tour.
Last Updated: 05 Sep 2011
Photos from a shark watch tour to Hin Phae on Phi Phi Island
The best Shark Watching in Thailand Phi Phi Island, known for its beaches, climate, and bays, also offers some activities that you just can't do most places you may visit.Sometimes you have to go out of your comfort zone to experience new adventures. Phi Phi Island, as exotic as it is located off the coast line of Thailand, provides such adventures in the name of shark watching.
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