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Trip at a Glance
Local Dive Thailand
Adventure, Scuba Diving
From: $100 USD per person
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday
Hotel transfers (from Kamala, Patong, Karon, Kata, Rawai, Nai Harn, and Chalong only), three dives, guide, equipment, tanks, weights, weightbelts, breakfast, lunch, snacks, water, tea, coffee
Soft drinks and alcohol are available to purchase
- Large, comfortable boats
- Terrific, fresh cooked Thai food
- Experienced and friendly guides
- Super helpful boat crew
The Phi Phi/Shark Point trip consists of three excellent reef dives. A diverse range of species can be found on all of the three dive sites that we visit.trip consists of three excellent reef dives. A diverse range of species can be found on all of the three dive sites that we visit. In good conditions we’ll start of at either Turtle Rock or Palong Wall, both are easy, shallow dives with generally very little current. At Palong Wall we can expect to see lots of blacktip reefsharks up on the shallow shelf as well as cuttlefish, octopus and banded sea snakes. Turtle Rock as the name suggests is home to hawksbill turtles, these friendly guys are quite used to divers and carry on munching away on the bubble corals as you get some great close up shots.
Koh Bida Nok is the second dive and considered by many to be the best dive site in the area. Huge schools of yellow snapper and juvenile barracuda are so thick that you can easily lose your buddy in amongst the dense gatherings. It’s not unusual to see both blacktip reef sharks and turtles in amongst the myriad of other species that you’ll encounter.
Shark Point is a series of stunning pinnacles that gradually get deeper but there’s enough life on the shallowest two pinnacles to keep divers more than happy. The shallow areas are festooned in colourful soft corals and anemones, each with their own resident clownfish. Stingrays and mantis shrimps can be found on the sandy floor and grey bamboo sharks tuck their selves up underneath the rocky ledges. The leopard sharks that gave the dive site it’s name are unfortunately a little harder to find nowadays but do turn up on occasion to brighten up an already stunning dive.
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Come diving with the local experts in Phuket. Our experienced and friendly instructors believe in making the whole day an experience not just your underwater time. Our mix of local and international instructors will look after every aspect of your day. It doesn't matter if you're an experienced diver or blowing bubbles for the very first time, we'll make sure you have a great day
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