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Phi Phi Islands

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The Phi Phi Islands are well recognized all over the world as a great dive destination. It has spectacular scenery, a large selection of dive sites, and diverse marine life.

The Bida Islands

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The Bida Islands offer some of the best diving in the area. The reefs around these islands have a huge diversity and you will be surrounded by many big schools of snapper.

The Mayas

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The Mayas are among the most popular dive spots on Phi Phi Island. Here is the place where you have the highest chance to dive with both turtles and sharks.

Exotic Phi Phi Cruise

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The world famous and unique Phi Phi Islands are difficult to describe using words, so best is to experience them yourself. During the day we visit Phi Phi Don and go dive around Phi Phi Ley.

Phi Phi Adventures

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On ths trip we aim to visit either the King Cruiser wreck or the Kled Gaeow wreck on the first stop. The second and third stops are around the beautiful reefs of the Phi Phi Islands and are suitable for all levels of diving.

Sunset BBQ & Night Dive

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Go out and experience diving at the diverse Ao Nang archipelago. After our second dive spot you can enjoy a delicious BBQ while watching the sunset. Last you will discover the wonders of night diving with bioluminescence (phosphorescent plankton).

Koh Haa Yai Marine Park

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Koh Haa is Marine Park just west of Koh Lanta, which is known for its crystal clear waters. The protected lagoon is simply breathtaking. Koh Haa offers some of the most spectacular diving in the area.

Ao Nang Archipelago

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The Ao Nang archipelago consists of 13 islands just 45 minutes from the beach. Here you can spot seahorses, Bamboo shark, pipefish, nudibranchs and a lot more macrolife.

Shark Point & King Cruiser

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On the 4th of May 1997 the 85 meter long passenger ferry ’King Cruiser’ sank during a transfer to Phi Phi Island. The ferry hit the well charted “Anemone Reef” and today she rests on the sea floor at a depth of 30 meter.

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