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Dive sites nearby

Shark Point

Shark Point is one of Phuket’s most popular dive sites. The three pinnacles of the Shark Point break the surface in a small area. The rest is submerged and covered in soft and hard corals. This is a great drift dive. You can frequently spot leopard sharks and bamboo sharks here, hence the name.

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Anemone Reef

Super divesite with plenty of fish. This submerged pinnacle is completely covered in softcorals and anemones and home to a great variety of species.

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Koh Doc Mai

Dock Mai Island is an island headed southeast from Phuket. You can dive on the east and west sides of the island. Depths are around 30 meters, and it is a wall dive all along the island. There are two large and one small cave on the east side at depths of 22M and 18M.

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Mushroom Rock

Mushroom Rock is the first dive site after the northern tip of Phi Phi Ley, on the west side of the island. A site formed of large pinnacles reaching the surface including the one shaped like a mushroom.

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Viking Cave

Viking Cave has a striking bay and a beautiful cave above the water, but the real deal is underwater a few hundred meters to the north of Viking Cave. A few years ago, the Phuket Marine Conservation department put down a beautiful artificial reef to re-establish marine life after the tsunami.

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Malong Bay/Turtle Rock

On the West side of Phi Phi Leh , north of Maya Bay, there is the bay of Malong, a frequented dive site between December and May, only dived occasionally during the Monsoon season.

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Palong Bay

Situated on the east side of Phi Phi Ley, Palong Bay is the next bay north of the famous Maya Bay, made famous by the movie “The Beach.” This dive is s relatively simple one and is rarely affected by currents. The dive heads south from Palong Bay towards Maya Bay.

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Maya Corner

Found on the west side of Koh Phi Phi Lei is the beautiful Maya Bay, made famous for being the location of the movie ‘The Beach.’ The dive site of Maya Corner starts just inside the bay’s northern entrance, and follows the coastline north. It is a steep shelved reef, with occasional sections of walls.

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Maya Bay

The famous beach within Moo Koh Phi Phi National Park from the movie “The Beach“ has, unfortunately, suffered extensive damage to its reefs over the past two decades. Because of this, Maya Bay is under a conservation closure and is anticipated to open sometime in mid-2021.

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RTN Kled Gaeow (Wreck)

Decommissioned in 2014, the ship was donated and purposely sunk via controlled explosion to create a new dive site on 19 March 2014. The 47 metre long wreck sits almost upright (20 degree list) facing north to south (bow-stern), some 800-1000m to the east of Piley Bay (Ko Phi Phi Ley).

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