Robinson beach on Phi Phi
Also in Phi Phi Don can be found a beach, where you can feel almost like Robinson Crusoe. It is beach Moo Dee at the southeast end. You can get here by boat or through half-overgrown path through the interior of the island. Definitely make a trip here during your stay in Phi Phi.
Path to the beach Moo Dee through the in
From the main settlement of the island Tonsai it is almost two kilometers. It
is significantly closer from Long Beach, less than 600 meters. The last section
leads along the trail, which is partly overgrown by vegetation. Before the beach
is nice coconut grove with lots of fallen coconuts (probably not picked for a
The germ of coconut palms
Small palm trees grow directly from nuts, which tactically overwhelm vegetation under them.
Beach Moo Dee
Moo Dee is a beautiful four hundred meters long beach, where you will not meet a living soul most of the day. It is a perfect place for swimming.
View of the island Ko Pu
Thirty kilometers east rises on the horizon other islands including Ko Pu and
better known Ko Lanta.
Peace on the beach Moo Dee is occasionally disturbed only by boat taxi with
Low tide at Moo Dee
At low tide, when the sea retreats a few dozen meters from the shore, the beach does not already look so fabulous, like most beaches in Thailand. But on the other hand, it is at least closer to the coral reef, which is here great and full of life. You can also swim in the newly formed lakes with noticeably warmer water.
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