Daily Dive Trips
Our typical local diving (2,500 baht including all equipment or 2,000 if you have your own equipment, *excludes national park fee) morning trip starts by meeting at 7.45am at the main dive shop (Shop 1 on the Dive Center Location MAP) where your Divemaster or Instructor will be waiting for you to take you to one of our boats. The equipment includes a choice of 3mm shorty or long suit, 5mm boots to prevent blisters on your toes, Mares super channel fins, mask(regular, large face, small face and prescription masks are available), regulator with a Suunto dive computer and a BCD. We have tea, coffee, hot chocolate, biscuits, drinking water, a selection of fruit and a lunch of your choice to keep you refreshed and energized. There are 15 liter tanks if you use a lot of air and if you are nitrox qualified then we offer 32% tanks.
After the first dive, we will be heading to Maya Bay (yes, that’s the one from the Beach, Leonardo DiCaprio not included in the trip) for a freshly cooked Thai lunch and may be a couple of jumps off the boat. That’s the time to show off your back flip skills! If not, enjoy a lazy nap on our sun deck during the surface interval.
Afternoon trips operate on the same scheme, but we’ll be meeting at 1.30pm at the shop and we’ll be back around 6pm.
Wreck trips – We have scheduled wreck trips every day during the high season (November-April) and for most of the Green season (May-October) weather permitting.
Trips to the Kled Gaeow (3,100 baht including all equipment or 2,600 if you have your own equipment, *excludes national park fee) start at 7.45am in the morning and after the wreck dive we choose one of the more secluded dive sites away from the other dive boats. Trips finish back at the dive shop at 12.30pm.
The King Cruiser is an amazing 2 or 3 dive trip (3,500 or 4,300 baht including all equipment, 500 baht discount if you have your own equipment) including the King Cruiser, Shark Point and either Anemone reef or one of the dive sites in the Phi Phi marine park. The trip starts at 7.45am and returns at approximately 4pm.
So come and make some bubbles with us, we are waiting for you!
*As of July 2017 The Phi Phi National Park charges for scuba diving in the park, the first day of diving incurs a fee of 600 baht with a second or third day costing 200 baht per day.