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Mosquito Island, Ko Phi Phi Don

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A little off the beaten path, Mosquito Island remains something of a hidden gem for snorkeling. The sixth and last island in the Phi Phi group, this remote spot offers exceptional collections of animal and marine life, including plenty of colorful schools of fish. Take a short boat ride from the town and snorkel right off the deck. The clear turquoise water contrasts against the rocks rising above its surface, making a perfect photo op. Because of the shallow waters, try to time your visit with high tide, when the coral is just 3 m (10 ft) below. Closer to the shore the coral reveals some wear and tear, but if you venture farther out you will be nicely surprised. For Mosquito Island and beyond, use our Ko Phi Phi Don tour itinerary planner to get the most from your Ko Phi Phi Don vacation.
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  • The island is beautiful and be watched from the boat. Tourists are not allowed to get down at the island. We visited the place on our four island visit to phi phi. Beautiful and scenic place. 
    The island is beautiful and be watched from the boat. Tourists are not allowed to get down at the island. We visited the place on our four island visit to phi phi. Beautiful and scenic place.  more »
  • (Koh Yung in Thai) is the northeasternmost island in the Phi Phi group. Lying some 2.5km off Koh Phi Phi Don’s northern tip, it has a bent nail-like shape (when viewed from above) . As with five of... 
    (Koh Yung in Thai) is the northeasternmost island in the Phi Phi group. Lying some 2.5km off Koh Phi Phi Don’s northern tip, it has a bent nail-like shape (when viewed from above) . As with five of...  more »
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  • Amazing place. We used to visit and snorkel the waters around Mosquito Island a lot, though I've heard it's currently closed for rehabilitation. But boy, what a place! The text-book desert island beach on the Southeast side makes for easy snorkelling. The Northwest side has (or at least had) the most corals, but is much rockier. Baby Tiger sharks, Lionfish, Coral Squids and Cuttlefish were just some of the local residents. Get there early morning to beat the Chinese group tourist boats. Just go prepared, be sensible and stay safe, there's no phone signal, sometimes you can be the only visitors there and the nearest help is about 5 miles away over water.
  • Swimming here prohibited. Also you can’t drop ankor here. But we saw shark

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