Marine National Park Local Islands
Our dive trips take you to the most beautiful dive sites of the Andaman Sea. With average water temperatures of
29° C, diving in these tropical waters is pure pleasure. We offer year round trips to the local dive sites off Ao Nang beach. Its a 30-40 minutes ride to the islands around Chicken Island, traveling by traditional Longtail boats.
Marine National Park Phi Phi Islands
We also offer all year round, day trips to the famous dive sites at the Marine National Park of Phi Phi Islands, on large comfortable motorboats.
Koh Si and Koh Ha
Max. depth app. 20m
The most famous dive sites around Ao-Nang beach. Journey time: 45 min. by longtail boat.
Things to see: hard plate and soft corals, a huge amount of small fish, nesting in the channels of the unique rock formations.
There is also the chance to see blacktip reef sharks and even whale shark sightings have been reported here.
Koh Ya Wa Bon (Cave Dive)
Max. depth app. 12m.
This massive rock formation has a tunnel about 80 metres long running east to west.
The highlight of the dive is on the west side, where there is a large air filled 'chamber' (cathedral) that you ascend into within the cave itself.
Max. depth app. 21m
Shark point earns its name due to the number of harmless leopard sharks in the area.
The dive site is split into three reef formations with many colourful soft corals, moray eels, scorpion fish and a wide variety of nudibranches.
It is one of the most beautiful and exciting dive sites in the area.
Max. depth app. 24m.
Not surprisingly anemone reef is covered with anemones. The diver will be fascinated by this colourful site with its enormous variety of soft and hard corals.
The large number of clown fish, stone fish and magnificent sepia guarantee the diver a beautiful reef diving experience.
Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai
Max. depth app. 28m.
These dives sites are located south of Phi Phi Don. They are deep wall dives with terrace-like underwater formations.
Many different kinds of corals can be seen e.g. Gorgonian Sea fans, which are home to many schools of fish, moray eels, sea snakes and even a turtle on a lucky day!
Max depth app. 22m
Far south of Phi Phi Island the reef Hin Bida is well known for its beautiful rock and coral formations, as well as a large variety of fishes.
Usually Leopard Sharks can be seen here and during January to April there is a fairly good chance of spotting a Whale Shark too.
Wreck diving "King Cruiser"
Depth app. 10 to 30m.
In May 1997 the passenger ferry the 'King Cruiser' ran aground on Anemone Reef, on its way to Phuket. Fortunately all passengers were saved and the reef suffered no large damage.
The largest wreck in South- East Asia, 87 metres in length, is home to a large diversity of marine life and the formation of an artificial reef is underway. This popular diving destination is for many divers the highlight of their vacation.