Phuket Dive Phi Phi Island & Shark Point
Phi Phi Island, Shark Point Tour Itinerary
Our dive tours to Phi Phi Island & Shark Point, usually see us doing the first two dives at Phi Phi, with the final dive of the day at Shark Point or Anemone Reef. Organizing the dives this way is extremely good for courses. New or returning divers as it allows you to get back in the water on shallow, easy dive sites around Phi Phi. Then onto Shark Point and Anemone Reef which can be a little bit more demanding.
Not had enough? Then visit our more in-depth Phuket diving site section to get a real feel of what you might see.
Combine with our other tours for a great 3-day package.
It might not sound like fun to be surrounded by 10 – 15 Black Tip Reef Sharks. But until you’ve done it, you won’t understand the thrill and the excitement that scuba diving at Phi Phi’s Palong Wall can bring. Some of the dive sites there are absolute mecca’s for Black Tips. And another one of our favorite dive sites, ‘Turtle Rock‘ is a home for hungry Hawksbills. Many of them very unperturbed by divers so they make for great muses for photographers and videographers. Phi Phi also plays host to schooling Big Eye Snappers, Golden Trevally, Harlequin Shrimp and some Nudibranch life like the Strickland & Halgerda families. It truly is a wonderful diving experience for all levels of certified divers!
On the return journey from Phi Phi to Phuket, we stop at either Shark Point or Anemone Reef, both sites are famous for Tiger Tail Seahorse and have regular Leopard Shark appearances. Both sites also attract Whale Sharks, this season we have had many amazing experiences with these gentle giants on both pinnacles. If you are a Macro fan, Anemone Reef is an explorers paradise as the fine sand surrounding it attracts the rare and exotic, the pinnacle itself is alive with Anemones and a busy home for Tiger Tail Seahorses!
- Dive guide
- transfer round trip from hotel to boat and back (Kamala, Patong, Karon, Kata, Rawai and Nai Harn area)
- 3 Dives
- Lunch, Guide, Water, Coffee, Tea, Breakfast
- Weight belt
- Equipment rental
- Transfer out of the free pick up zones
- Phi Phi national park fee 600 THB for diver & 400 THB for non-diver.
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