Day Trips

Want to go for a fun dive on Phi Phi?


Phi Phi Island has lots to offer.

Island Divers offers daily scuba diving adventures around the Phi Phi Islands. Have a look below and book a day trip on Phi Phi Island today.

Whatever your interest (whalesharks, sharks, turtles, coral reef, Kled Geaw Wreck, under water photography!) we have it all for you.

All prices are in Thai Baht. You can use the Convert Currency to convert into your preferred currency.

These dive trips are for certified divers. If you haven’t got your diving certification yet, don’t worry, you can still dive. Go to courses to see what Island Divers offers.

If you haven’t dived for a while you may want to consider doing a 2 dive Scuba Rreview to refresh your diving skills.

 

From 15th July, 2017 the Thai Department of Marine Parks implemented the following National Marine Park fees:

Entry Fee (valid for 3 days)

Adult                  400 Baht

3~14 years old   200 Baht

Younger than 3   free entry

PLUS

Diving fee (valid for 1 day)

200 Baht

These fee are to be paid in cash directly to the Marine Park officials on the day you dive.

 

 

Marine Park

2500 BAHT – 2 dive day trip

Depth range 5-30 metres

Island Divers and their guests dive 364 days a year around the local dive sites of the Phi Phi Islands. Local sites are accessed within 30 minutes (max) on our custom dive-boat. The day trip starts at 7.30am and consists of 2 dives, each dive at a different dive site and a lunch-break in one of the beautiful bays of the Phi Phi Islands. Equipment, Divemaster, lunch and drinks are all provided by us.

The undersea wonders and the awesome scenery are courtesy of the Phi Phi Islands.

 

Bida Nok and Bida Nai

Divesite type: Local
Located: 2km south of PP Ley
Time to Site: 30 minutes from Phi Phi Don

Bida Nok and Bida Nai  are very similar in their limestone appearance. Bida Nok has a sheltered bay on the south side for safe and easy exits and entry into the water. Bida Nok and Bida Nai are considered one of the top 5 dive sites in Thailand

Topography: Bida Nok depths vary more here with the wall of the “Finger Reef” dropping to 18m-20m. Whilst the small bay slopes down from 4m-12m. Large boulders litter the sea-bed. Fantasy reef on Bida Nai sits at 16-23m. With some short swim throughs in the shallows

Marine-Life: More varied here than Phi Phi Lay with hard corals on the shallower terrain and barrel sponges, sea fans and wire corals at deeper levels. Again there is a good chance of seeing a leopard shark dozing on the sea-bed, black tip reef sharks in the shallows, turtles along the walls and trumpetfish and scorpionfish that feed on the many baitfish.

Click here to book a Marine Park trip.

 

Kled Geaw Wreck

4100 BAHT – 3 dive day trip

3100 BAHT – 2 dive day trip

Depth 14-28 metres

On March 19th, 2014 Island Divers were delighted to learn the Royal Thai Navy had sunk a new wreck only minutes from our dive school.

The Kled Gaew ( pronounced Get Gayo ) was originally built in Norway and later commissioned by the Royal Thai Navy in 1956.

She sits almost upright with an approximate 20 degree list to the starboard side. With her bow pointing north, the wreck sits in 27 metres of water some 800 metres off the east coast of Phi Leh Island.

Most of the wreck can be dived at 22 metres, which has enabled many open water divers to enjoy dives there. The wreck was well prepared and there are many large holes cut that allow divers to dive through and not just around it.

Island Divers have dived the wreck almost every day since it was gifted to us. The growth and arrival of marine life has taken place at a speed that surprised us all. Many species, such as lion fish, snapper, batfish now have a home and it has also become a safe haven for juvenile barracuda and a multitude of critters such as nudibranchs and crabs.

All in all, the Kled Gaew is an excellent wreck dive for divers of all levels – everyone who has dived her comes up all smiles and gushing about what a great dive it is.

So, what are you waiting for?

Click here to book a 2 dive wreck trip or

Click here to book a 3 dive wreck trip.

Koh Ha 

4500 Thai Baht – 2 dive day trip

Depth 5-30 metres

Koh Ha is a group of five islands 35km southeast of Phi Phi. This is a speedboat trip and takes about 45 minutes to reach from Phi Phi.

Koh Ha has plenty of hard coral formations which have created some amazing swim throughs and caverns, most famously ‘The Cathedral’. The caverns are safe as the entrances are quite large and no torches are needed. As you swim into the cavern you can surface in the interior and see the light filtering in, it is magical.

With a diverse range of tropical fish, a good chance to see whalesharks and plenty of shallow reefs, Koh Ha is suitable for all level of divers.

 

 Click here to book a Ko Ha trip.

Hin Daeng and Hin Muang

5500 BAHT – 2 dive day trip

Depth 5-60 metres (No, we don’t go that deep)

If ‘outstanding’ is a word that motivates your diving then Thailand’s 5 Star dive sites, Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, should have you reaching for your kit bag. With wall drop-offs to 60m+ inviting large pelagic fish and pinnacles covered in soft corals, the richness and variety of marine life is ‘outstanding’. These sites are the deepest and steepest walls in Thailand making them rich in plankton and famous for the possibility to see the magnificent manta rays during the high season between October and May. Both sites are within close proximity to each other allowing ready access to both dives in a one-day trip. Hin Daeng and Hin Muang are located just over one hour away by speedboat and are two dives not to be missed.

Click here to book a Hin Daeng/Hin Maung trip.

Night Dives

1900 BAHT – 1 dive trip

Depth 5-12 metres

Night DiveNight time brings out all the fish that are hiding during the day. Moray eels, crabs, cuttlefish, shrimp and lobsters all come out hunting. With the bioluminescent plankton sparkling all around you as you swim, the day time fish are hiding in holes and the curious giant barracuda swim beside you, night dives are an excellent way to end the your day.

Click here to book a Night Dive.

 

Can my friends come on the boat snorkeling?

Yes, we take snorkelers on the Marine Park day trip. It is 700 Baht for the day and includes mask, fins and snorkel, lunch, fruit and water and the boat trip. Your friend can snorkel while you dive and you can have lunch and snorkel together at lunchtime.

Click here to book Snorkeling.

 

Discounts

Own Equipment Discount 

For each day trip:

  • Own regulator – 200 Baht off
  • Own BCD – 200 Baht off
  • Own Wetsuit – 100 Baht off
  • Complete set – 500 Baht off

 

Multiple day trip discount

A Discount of 10% applies to your total bill if you take three or more scuba diving day trips. Courses do not apply.

 

Island Divers Student Discount

Divers who have completed a course with us will receive a 10% discount on Day Trips for life and 700 Baht of the next course

 

Underwater camera rentals 

We have digital underwater camera rentals available:

For each day trip 1000 Baht a day. Photos are burnt on to a CD or emailed via drop box.


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