Koh Mai Thon is a small island and famous for its beautiful coral reefs. The waters are usually crystal clear water with powdery beach and resident wild dolphins that are regularly spotted here. Mai Thon offers 6 dives sites in total and has a depth range of 2m to 25m. This means that it’s especially suited to new divers or those who prefer shallow easy dives.
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.
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).
Viking Cave has a striking bay and a beautiful cave above the water, but the real deal is underwater a few hundred meters to the north . A few years ago, the Phuket Marine Conservation department put down a beautiful artificial reef. This was to help rebuild marine life after the tsunami. It is now the home of long finned Batfish, Lion Fish and Leopard Sharks.
Hin Klai dive site is also known as Garang Heng. Hin Klai is an excellent diving site for divers of all levels east of Phi Phi Ley and Phi Phi Don.
A forgotten dive site close to Ton Sai Bay - Phi Phi main Island. Hin Dot offers great diving around 3 pinnacles.
We all love turtles and Turtle Rock happens to be their home. We are able to meet these gentle sea creatures on about 90% of our dives here.
Palong bay is situated a few kilometers north of it more famous cousin Maya Bay. Although this one is locally famous for offering two great Phi Phi Dive Sites.
Facing Bida Nok, Bida Nai is full of surprises. Follow the wall and come face to face with leopard (Zebra) sharks or huge black tips. Float away with the turtles and get lost in the schools of yellow tail barakuda.
This is one our favourite dive sites since it has the widest range of wildlife and offers something for everyone.
As the largest of the Koh Haa islands, Koh Haa Yai is home to several very different dive sites and probably the largest amount of coral and marine life in this amazing archipelago. The extensive coral coverage around this island provides several dive sites, dramatic underwater scenery, and extensive coral gardens, slopes and bommies.
The famous Koh Haa Lagoon comprises three islands, sometimes known as islands Two, Three and Four, however each has a traditional sea gypsy name. These three central Koh Haa islands are connected in the middle by a shallow, sandy lagoon littered with thousands of corals, dozens of anemone beds, and home to hundreds of different marine life species.
The most northerly of the Koh Haa Islands is Koh Haa Neua, with a dramatic west side characterised by steep walls and huge rocks, and a more shallow east side, a mix of wall and sloping reef. At the east side of Koh Haa Neua, a large rocky ridge runs from the edge of the island into the deeper water of the north east, creating a long coral encrusted finger visible from the surface, and teeming with life.
Maya Cave is located in the Maya Bay next to the Loh samah Bay. The dive spot consists of a nice wall going down to 30 meters deep. Along the wall there are nice tunnels and caves. The marine life is good as well, with beautiful hard and soft coral.