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Phi Phi

3 hours due East of Phuket, the Phi Phi Islands are a famous destination even for those unaware of the great diving available. As a diver, you will find that the spectacular limestone cliffs above the water become sheer drop-offs and craggy coral encrusted landscape under the water with a rich and colorful diversity of marine life and even whale sharks are known to visit. Some unusual types of coral that can only be found in the waters surrounding the Phi-Phi Islands.

Anemone Reef
Distance: 29 km (16 Miles)
Boat Trip: 1,5 Hour
Depth: 6-24 Meters (20-80 ft)
Visibility: Fair to excellent
Current: Fair to moderate
Type of Dive: Site is complete submerged, start about 5m./ Soft Coral
Ideal for Nitrox, Multi Level, UW Photography, Naturalist, Deep Diver

Details:

This unique dive-site is soars 30 meters up from the seafloor to just beneath the surface then abruptly ends and drops back to a bottom of sand and oyster

shells.
This barely submerged reef is located less than a mile north of Shark Point. The Thai name for this site is Hin Jom (underwater rock). Although not as

colorful as Shark Point this site is famous for its huge fields of sea anemones covering every conceivable surface and swing and sway with the current

creating an illusion of it being a giant living rock.
The profusion of sea anemones and the nutrient-rich water are a magnet to a constant parade of reef fish seeking food and shelter. Enormous schools of

tropical fish, snappers, groupers, and colorful clown fish, along with larger game-fish like jack and barracuda, and the occasional leopard shark can be seen
passing by. Anemone Reef is also famous as a site for to viewing lionfish sometimes encountered in groups of dozens or more.

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: Anemone Reef


Anemone Reef - Phuket Day Trip Dive Site
•    Distance: 29 km (16 Miles) (from Phuket)
•    Boat Trip: 1,5 Hour
•    Depth: 5-24 Meters (20-80 ft)
•    Visibility: Fair to excellent
•    Current: Fair to moderate
•    Type of Dive: Site is complete submerged, start about 5m./ Soft Coral
Ideal for: Nitrox, Multi Level, UW Photography, Naturalist, Deep Diver, AWARE Fish Identification, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Boat  
Details:
Anemone Reef is a unique dive-site, it soars 30 meters up from the seafloor to just beneath the surface then abruptly ends and drops back to a bottom of sand and oyster shells.
This barely submerged reef is located less than a mile north of Shark Point. The Thai name for this site is Hin Jom (underwater rock). Although not as colorful as Shark Point this site is famous for its huge fields of sea anemones covering every conceivable surface and swings and sways with the current creating an illusion of it being a giant living rock.
The profusion of sea anemones and the nutrient-rich water are a magnet to a constant parade of reef fish seeking food and shelter. Enormous shoals of tropical fish, snappers, groupers, and colorful clown fish, along with larger game-fish like jack and barracuda, and the occasional leopard shark can be seen passing by. Anemone Reef is also famous as a site for to viewing lionfish sometimes encountered in groups of dozens or more at a time.

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