Phi Phi Islands
This is the most popular scuba diving day trip in Phuket and a ‘must’ for first-time visitors to Phuket. Breathtaking limestone cliffs rise straight out of the crystal clear tropical waters. A great chance to dive alongside the non-aggressive leopard and blacktip reef sharks.
Koh Racha Noi Island
With its all year round warm tropical waters and crystal clear waters Koh Racha Noi is a divers paradise. A great chance of encountering the magical giant oceanic manta rays on the south point of the island. On the odd occasion, the elusive frogfish can be seen in one of the beautiful bays.
King Cruiser Wreck
The 90 meter long by 16 meters high wreck sank in 1997 and sits on the sandy seabed at 30 meters. The top of the wreck is covered with corals and every nook and cranny has someone calling it home. This is a fantastic dive for people who love macro photography.
Koh Racha Yai Island
This is the closest island to Phuket surrounded by amazing coral reefs and the perfect diving location for every level of scuba diver. A great location to dive alongside hawksbill turtles which are usually seen in the shallow sandy bottomed bays.
The Thailand National Marine Park is open from October until May each year, and now with a limit on the number of people allowed in each day to protect the amazing environment. Day trips to 5-night liveaboard options. Certified scuba divers only.