Ko Phi Phi
Ko Phi Phi Dive Sites – Suitable for scuba divers of all levels.
With year round diving to rival the Similans, Phi Phi’s 30+ dive sites are great for beginners and experienced divers alike.
Located about 22 km west of Ko Lanta, the Phi Phi Islands comprise Phi Phi Don, Phi Phi Ley, Ko Yung (Mosquito Island) and Ko Mai Pai (Bamboo Island) and offer consistently good diving, year round.
Phi Phi is best known for its fabulous Sea Fans and as home of the Leopard Shark. We make trips to Ko Phi Phi on Tuesdays throughout the high season on board MV Ja Ru Pat.
The rugged limestone cliffs plunging into aquamarine waters make Phi Phi an unforgettable destination for holidaymakers and divers alike.
Underwater, the scenery only becomes more breathtaking.
With long caves, dramatic overhangs, walls that go down to 30 m, swim-throughs, submerged pinnacles and a fabulous display of hard and soft coral, the diving around Phi Phi is varied and spectacular. You can dive the dive sites of Phi Phi day after day and continue to see new things on each new dive you make.
Phi Phi tends not to have such consistently good visibility as Ko Haa, but the top dive sites; Bidah Nai, Bidah Nok and Hin Bidah are home to such a concentration of marine and coral life that divers tend not to even notice!
There’s so much to see on the reefs at Ko Phi Phi and the coral is so dense and rugged that it’s sometimes hard to know where to look.
Phi Phi is best known as home of the Leopard Shark. These docile, nocturnal creatures are normally found lying on the sand facing into the current; they are one of only four species of shark that doesn’t need to keep swimming in order to breathe. They like to eat crustaceans, small fish and sea snakes.
Surprisingly little else is known about the species, although they are believed to be closely related to the Whale Shark.
Leoaprd Sharks can grow up to 3.5 meters in length and are completely harmless to humans. Other marine life is plentiful and varied. Ko Phi Phi is one of the most diverse dive sites in the area.
Most of the fish and coral species that are found in the Similans can also be found around Phi Phi.
Even the elusive Whale Shark is spotted several times a year – most often at Bidah Nok.
We keep group sizes small to ensure you get the most out of each fun dive. This also reduces negative diver impact on our reefs.
Our emphasis is on safety, fun and personal service within a relaxed and stress-free environment.
You’ill find the atmosphere and service on our dive boats, beyond anything you have experienced before! Just sit back and relax – let us take care of the details.
Our experienced Divemasters know the dive sites extremely well, and will be happy to discuss what you would like to see, and the type of dive or snorkel experience you would like to have. Each dive is personally planned with the divers in each group, to ensure you enjoy each and every dive you make with us.
A full briefing is provided at each site, with helpful tips on what to look for, safety information, and the most interesting places to visit.
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