Phi Phi Islands

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Phi Phi Islands Archipelago

The Phi Phi Islands are one of the most popular travel destinations in Thailand, not only because of the beautiful beaches, coves and islands that became famous for the movie ‘The Beach’, but also for the excellent diving that the Phi Phi Islands has to offer.
The Phi Phi Islands are located in a Marine National Park and dive sites here are significantly different from other dive sites in Thailand. Dramatic, colorful limestone walls are decorated with healthy soft corals and fan corals, and dives commonly end in shallow coral gardens. All sorts of sea creatures frolic in the soft corals and sponges.

Koh Phi Phi Diving promises sightings of adorable little creatures such as pipefish, seahorses and razorfish, as well as their larger relatives, such as reef sharks, crocodile fish and turtles. The combination of easy-to-access dive sites for all levels of divers and its beautiful film-set beaches make the Phi Phi Islands a magnificent diving area.

The 6 Islands with popular dive sites – There are so many good dive sites including coral reefs, wall dives, pinnacles and even shark diving around the Phi Phi Islands. On the surface you will be treated to some truly amazing views of the sheer limestone cliffs rising out of the sea. Phi Phi is where the famous Leonardo DiCaprio block-buster movie “The Beach” was filmed.

Islands and Phi Phi Dive Sites

  • Phi Phi Ley – 4 Dive Sites
  • Bida Nok – 3 Dive Sites
  • Bida Nai – 2 Dive Sites
  • Phi Phi Don (3 Dive Sites)
  • Yung Island (Mosquito Island)
  • Bamboo Island

Hin Bida – Phi Phi Islands

Hin Bida is a large submerged rocky outcrop around 8km south east of Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai, rising from the sandy bottom around 18m to break the surface at low tide, this superb reef is a perfect place for both divers and snorkelers.

Kled Kaeow – Phi Phi Islands

Decommissioned in 2014, the ship was donated and purposely sunk via controlled explosion to create a new dive site on 19 March 2014. The 47 metre long wreck sits almost upright (20 degree list) facing north to south (bow-stern), 1 km to the east of Piley Bay (Ko Phi Phi Ley).

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