Your tour starts in the late morning, after most of the boat tours from Phuket have departed (your hotel pickup time depends on the location, so make sure to confirm with the local operator after booking).
On board your longtail boat, cruise across the sea to your first stop, a sand dune, where you can walk to the islet in the middle and look for the wild stingrays that are often spotted here. Then head to a snorkeling spot for 20 to 30 minutes in the water, where you can swim with marine life such as giant clams, blue starfish, coral, and sometimes pink blooming jellyfish.
Next, visit a beach with rock formations that look like Maoi, and then enjoy swimming and sunbathing before continuing to your last stop, the largest island of the three, where you'll visit a village. Look for wildlife such as monkeys, flying fox, hornbills, clams, anchovies, and seashells, and take advantage of optional kayaking or batik painting, if you wish (own expense). Lunch is prepared by villagers.
Your tour then ends with the trip back to the pier in Phuket, where a driver meets you to transfer you back to your hotel.
Note: Tour itinerary may be reversed depending on the tide.