© iStock/YURY_TARANIK Diving in Phi Phi Islands The heady mix of jungle-clad cliffs and ribbons of soft white sand has long enchanted visitors to the islands that make up Koh Phi Phi. Those who venture into the warm waters of the Andaman Sea are equally beguiled. Here the coral reefs are every colour of the rainbow, even the limestone walls are encrusted with coral, while crevices hide tiny critters and sea horses shelter in dark overhangs. Almost all dives are from boats in Koh Phi Phi, which shot to fame as the spot where The Beach, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, was filmed. There are dives in beautiful bays that will suit novice divers and deep sea sites further afield to tempt experienced divers. Koh Lanta is also within easy reach, with some amazing pinnacle wrecks and lagoons to explore as well as a spectacular variety of marine life. The Kled Gaeow gunship and King Cruiser wrecks provide a perfect habitat for marine life, the many pinnacles look like underwater sculptures and the Phi Phi Islands are also set within the Coral Triangle, which is said to offer the world’s greatest biodiversity of marine life. The waters here average 29C (84F) and the best time of year to dive Kho Phi Phi is from January to April, after which the rainy season begins. Featured places to go in Phi Phi Islands © ScubaproBid Nok, Bida Nai, Ma Long, Pa Long, VikingCave and Phi Ley WallThere are so many islands to explore here, you have to pick of different experiences such as steep limestone cliffs and beautiful marine life.Learn more Dive Sites in Phi Phi Islands Discover the wonders of the deep with SSI's blog Join us on an exciting journey of discovery and learn more about exhilarating diving adventures, dedicated conservation initiatives, and innovative educational opportunities that will help you illuminate the extraordinary beauty of the underwater world. Let's explore the underwater world together and delve into the hidden wonders beneath the gentle waves.