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Dives: 3
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Phi Phi
Distance: 49 km (26 Miles)
Boat Trip: 2, 5 Hour
Depth: 3-26 Meters (10-90 ft)
Visibility: Fair to excellent
Currents: slight to moderate
Type of Dive: Soft Coral/Wall Dives/Caverns
Ideal for Multi Level, UW Photography, Naturalist

Details:
The Phi Phi Islands are one of the most dramatically beautiful locations in the world. The scenery from the surface is absolutely stunning; emerald green overgrown limestone monoliths rising straight from the sea and soaring to heights of more than 500 meters. Underwater, these shapes are rugged, interesting formations for scuba divers, and over time the elements have created caves, overhangs, and swim-troughs’ in the soft limestone rock. Other dive profiles include vertical walls that plunge from the surface to over 25 meters. On these walls grows a profusion of soft corals, large orange-colored fans, black corals, and long stringy sea whips. There are several unusual types of coral that can only be found in the waters surrounding the Phi Phi Islands.
The Phi Phi Islands offer a remarkable variety of dive sites concentrated in a small area. One of the most popular dive sites is located at the Southern tip of the small island of Ko Bida Nok. In a shallow bay on the Eastern side of the island are found huge gardens of stag horn and star corals and incredible numbers of colorful reef fish. In spite of diving visibility often being limited to 15-25 meters the Phi-Phi Islands are likely to remain among the most popular diving locations Southeast

Shark Point
Distance: 29 km (16 Miles)
Boat Trip: 1,5 Hour
Depth: 6-24 Meters (20-80 ft)
Visibility: Fair to excellent
Currents: moderate
Type of Dive: Soft Coral/ 3 main Pinnacles
Ideal for Nitrox, Multi Level, UW Photography, Naturalist, Deep Diver

Details:

Shark Point consists of three sub sea pinnacles, the largest just breaking the surface and appearing as a barren rock outcropping.
Also known as Hin Muang or Shark Rock. This site commonly has strong ocean currents that bring nutrient rich water which tends to draw in Whale Sharks and

other pelagics for feeding. Divers here are virtually guaranteed to swim amongst enormous schools of Great Barracuda, Five-lined Snappers, Gold-striped

Fusiliers and the occasional Leopard Shark resting quietly on the seabed. The reef consists of three main sections and most divers could spend several days

at least exploring the site which is arguably the most popular of all the local day-diving sites. Currents can be brisk at this site but they tend run

parallel to the reef sections and allow for an excellent drift dive back to the dive boat

Location: Phi Phi


  • Distance: 49 km (26 Miles)
  • Boat Trip: 2, 5 Hour / Speedboat 40 mins
  • Depth: 3-26 Meters (10-90 ft)
  • Visibility: Fair to excellent
  • Currents: slight to moderate
  • Type of Dive: Soft Coral/Wall Dives/Caverns

Ideal for Multi Level, UW Photography, Naturalist

Details:

The Phi Phi Islands are one of the most dramatically beautiful locations in the world. The scenery from the surface is absolutely stunning; emerald green overgrown limestone monoliths rising straight from the sea and soaring to heights of more than 500 meters. Underwater, these shapes are rugged, interesting formations for scuba divers, and over time the elements have created caves, overhangs, and swim-troughs’ in the soft limestone rock. Other dive profiles include vertical walls that plunge from the surface to over 25 meters. On these walls grows a profusion of soft corals, large orange-colored fans, black corals, and long stringy sea whips. There are several unusual types of coral that can only be found in the waters surrounding the Phi Phi Islands.
The Phi Phi Islands offer a remarkable variety of dive sites concentrated in a small area. One of the most popular dive sites is located at the Southern tip of the small island of Ko Bida Nok. In a shallow bay on the Eastern side of the island are found huge gardens of stag horn and star corals and incredible numbers of colorful reef fish. In spite of diving visibility often being limited to 15-25 meters the Phi-Phi Islands are likely to remain among the most popular diving locations Southeast Asia.

Location 2: Shark Point


Shark Point - Phuket Day Trip Dive Site
•    Distance: 29 km (16 Miles) (from Phuket)
•    Boat Trip: 1,5 Hour
•    Depth: 6-24 Meters (20-80 ft)
•    Visibility: Fair to excellent
•    Currents: moderate
•    Type of Dive: Soft Coral/ 3 main Pinnacles
Ideal for: Nitrox, Multi Level, UW Photography, Naturalist, Deep Diver, AWARE Fish Identification, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Boat, Drift  
Details:
Shark Point is made up of principally three submerged mounts/pinnacles. The main pinnacles run from north to south, with the northern most breaking the surface by a couple of meter, this pinnacle has a northern shipping cardinal to warn vessels of the underwater obstruction.
The marine life on this site is abundant, divers are virtually guaranteed to swim amongst enormous schools of Great Barracuda, Five-lined Snappers, Gold-striped Fusiliers and the occasional Leopard Shark resting quietly on the seabed (which is why the site is called Shark Point). The currents can be brisk, which is why you can find not just hard corals like stag horn or lettuce, but also soft corals on this site like gorgonian sea fans. Shark Point has always something of interest to see, which is why it is one of the most popular day trip dive sites to visit from Phuket Island.

Location 3: Koh Dok Mai


  • Distance: 18 km (10 Miles)
  • Boat Trip: 1 Hour
  • Depth: 5-28 Meters (15-91 ft)
  • Visibility: Fair to excellent
  • Currents: moderate, there is always a sheltered side.
  • Type of Dive: Wall dive, caverns
Ideal for Nitrox, Multi Level, UW Photography, Naturalist

Details:

This small, jungle topped island is located on the way to Shark Point from Phuket and is considered one of the best wall dives in the area. Doc Mai is a huge limestone rock that rises steeply out of the sea.On three sides the sheer walls occupied with a different creature in every nook and cranny drop straight down to the sea floor. The west side is a gently sloping hard coral reef with an abundance of colorful sea life decorating its underwater cliffs. This dive is noted for its variety of reef fish and an opportunity to view some of the resident Moray Eels. The east-side of the island is a virtual garden of yellow tube corals and you can explore some of the small caves along the base of the wall.

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