If you've seen the film "The Beach", you might understand the magical effect the Phi Phi islands have on visitors. Stunning limestone cliffs covered in an untouched jungle, breathtaking turquoise lagoons and of course a spectacular underwater world. Koh Phi Phi has around 12 dive sites to choose from.
The dive sites around the Phi Phi islands offer overhangs, swim-throughs, canyons and gorges, hosting some large Gorgonians and amazing colourful soft corals and anemones. A huge diversity of marine life can be seen here, from Cleaner Shrimps and Anemone Crabs to Bearded Scorpion-fish, colourful Lionfish and brave little Clownfish.
Palong Bay just to the north of Maya Bay and offers two different dive sites. The first dive to the north of Palong Bay is where we can regularly see many black tip reef sharks on the coral reef, particularly in the shallows, with leopard sharks sometimes found slightly deeper, resting on the sand.
The second dive at Palong is to the south of the bay, heading towards Maya Bay. Half-way along this reef is a series of excellent swim-throughs and small tunnels on the rock formations, however we really visit Palong South to dive with the hawksbill turtles which live along this reef and can be regularly seen on our dives here.
Phi Phi Leh also has several other excellent dive sites, including Viking Bay (Table Coral City & Artificial Reef), the Kledkaeo Wreck, Pi Leh Bay & Pi Leh Wall and Loh Samah Bay at the southern tip of the island.
The stunning beaches and an amazing underwater world of Koh Phi Phi, make it a perfect dive and snorkel destination.
See our High Season Trip Schedule
High Season trip schedule normally operates between October 15 and May 14.
We love to dive as much as possible, however all our trips depend on the weather, sea conditions, currents and minimum numbers and may be subject to change at short notice.
We may schedule a Shark Point & Anemone Reef trip or a KledKaeo Wreck trip on Saturdays, upon request, minimum 4 divers required - please let us know if you are interested.