Phi Phi Islands
Phi Phi Islands National Park – This is a diving destination not to miss with amazing scenery above and below the water.
Come on a 3 dive day trip: 2 amazing dives at Phi Phi Islands and the final dive at the famous Shark Point.
This daily scuba diving trip starts when we pick you up at 7.30am from your hotel and we return you back to your hotel around 6pm.
Phi Phi National Park:
Phi Phi Islands National Park consists of six island Koh Phi Phi Don, Koh Phi Phi Leh, Koh Pai (Bamboo Island), Koh Young (Mosquito Island) and two islets marking the southern end of the archipelago named Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai.
Phi Phi Leh, Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai being the most popular dive sites among divers are breathtakingly beautiful with the sheer variety of marine life. As this is a marine national park only certified divers can dive but snorkeling is also a fantastic option for those without certification.
One of the most popular dive site in the south Andaman and a great place to spot Tiger Tail Seahorse’s, Ornate Ghost Pipefish and of course the beautiful non aggressive leopard sharks. Giant schools of barracuda and trevally feeding on glass fish is certainly something to leave you in awe.
You may spot the friendly leopard sharks resting in the sand just off the pinnacle and Whale sharks do visit from time to time. This reef consists of three pinnacles running from north to south all covered with beautiful soft corals Barrel sponges and sea fans guaranteed to leave you speechless.
07:30 We come and collect you from your hotel.
08:30 Join the day trip boat and sail to Phi Phi Islands.
9.00 Dive briefing from your divemaster for the day and a light breakfast is served
10:30 It’s the first dive of the day atPhi Phi Islands.
12.00 A freshly prepared lunch is served to you onboard the day trip boat. There is a vegetarian or vegan option if you like.
13.00 Time for the second spectacular dive of the day at Phi Phi Islands.
14.00 Sail to Shark Point.
15:00 The third and final dive of the day at Shark Point.
16.30 Sail back to Phuket mainland.
17.30 Arrive back to Phuket and return you back to your hotel.
Frequently Asked Questions
In the Andaman Sea, water temperatures are usually very warm, ranging from 79 to 84 degrees throughout the year – so we wear a thin 3mm shorty wetsuit on dives.
Please click on the map location numbers below to get a brief description of the dive locations you will go to during the Phi Phi Islands day trip.
Yes we can organise a private divemaster for you so for the 3 dives it will just be you and a divemaster.
The Professional Association of Diving Instructors “Flying After Diving guidelines” say divers should not ascend to a high altitude within 12 hours of completing a single dive or 18 hours after doing multiple dives so as long as you are not flying before 9am the next day everything will be fine.
This really depends on how fast you breathe the air from the tank but normally it is around 30 / 40 minutes per dive.
The depth you will dive to depends on the level of diver you are: 18 meters for open water certified and 30 meters for the advanced open water divers and above. We separate the diving levels the best we can.
Phuket is good for diving all year round due to its constant warm tropical waters and amazing coral reefs.
There are multiple scuba diving locations to visit on your holiday to Phuket – Phi Phi Islands, Racha Noi, Racha Yai, Shark Point, Koh Doc Mai and more.
During October to May each year the stunning Similan Islands National Marine Park is open – voted as one of the top 10 scuba diving destinations in the world – there are day trip options but the most popular are the live-aboard options where you spend a few days sailing around the islands of the Similans.
The cost of scuba diving in Phuket depends first if you are a certified diver or you are new to scuba diving:
New scuba divers:
1 Day – Try scuba diving day trip = 4,500 Baht
Phi Phi Islands 3 dive day trip = 4,100 Baht.
Koh Racha Noi + Yai 3 dive day trip = 4,100 Baht.
Koh Racha Noi 2 dive day trip = 3,200 Baht.