Ferry Schedule To Railay
From Phi Phi
To Phi Phi
The Journey In...
Railay is actually not an island. It is a peninsula of Krabi that is unreachable by road because of the high limestone cliffs that cut off access from the mainland, so it sure feels like an island! Nope, this amazing place can only be reached by boat, which is actually perfect. There is no better way to touch down in Railay than with your first step sinking into shallow crystal clear water and a soft sand bed. Paradise!
With over 700 different climbing routes ranging from total beginner to pretty advanced, the limestone rock faces of Railay are outstanding. With the stunning scenery to match the terrific climbing environment, it is no wonder that climbers and backpackers of the world unite for wild vertical adventures. Be assured also, that the good professional climbing companies her ensure safety and success!
Honestly speaking, the sunrises and sunsets are so phenomenal that it is worth staying over for at least a night or two. Accommodation ranges from inexpensive bungalows that are popular with backpackers and climbers, to the classic six-star honeymoon/superstar hideout the Rayavadee.
Night swims are sensational in Railay; brilliant-blue neon bioluminescence light up the water beautifully - an ocean neon show! Or just bring yourself and a towel and camp down on the sand under a cathedral of stars sandwiched between stunning rock faces like bookends. Night time cuisine is exotic and the seafood is so fresh, its a tropical wonderland…