We pass when were cruising from maya bay to monkey beach We were not in just stop on the front of it From the boat you cant see anything
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It's amazing to see these beautiful place and what people have build there and that there is people living there. Just a shame we can't go inside to see more.
Cave is closed for visitors. This is a pity because this cave is really interesting. In the past you could see how they collected birdnests and there are some old wall paintings.
A nice cave to be reached by boat. The cave was a good resting place for pirates and sea gypsies at the old times. The bamboo constructions in the cave are because the swallow nest up in the roof and to reach them.
its hectic and crazy with all those boats coming in at the same time and we are quite sit far from the guide when she explained to us about the cave. well.. it still look stunning what ever it is
We snorkeled to the mouth of the cave (during a surface interval) after diving the bottom of the wall. The poles and rudimentary gear from the bird nest collectors ac be seen in the cave. Can't go inside. Can't get too close due to the...More
Don't expect much with this place. Tourists are not allowed inside the cave.. The caves can be seen from your boat from distance. The story behind these caves is interesting though..
Since we took the Phi Phi Island tour package with Sea Eagle Tour, so we only come here for sightseeing and take photos from the boat only. Though I heard that snorkelling here have a great underwater view and lots of fish. Well then maybe...More