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Check out our blog to keep up to date with our current news and events. Our Dive centre is regularly involved in Clean ups, Dive events and organising Eco events on Phi Phi Island.

We enjoy to teach local Thai people on the island to dive for free. As well as teaching all our amazing students from around the world.

The Olive Ridley Project

The Problem

Lost, discarded or abandoned fishing nets more commonly referred to as ghost nets, are responsible for entangling and killing millions of animals each year. This is not a new problem as fishing gear has been lost since man took to the sea. In recent years an increase in fishing effort has seen an alarming rise in ghost nets around...

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October Divers!

October Divers

Thank you to all of our October divers and students from the last month, who joined us on some epic dives! We feel like we have made some new friends this month and I have a feeling we will be seeing some of you again soon! If we left anyone out, please feel free to post your favourite Phi...

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PADI E-learning

E-Learning is the best way to get the most out of your Open Water Course on your holiday on Koh Phi Phi! Enrol in PADI E-Learning and complete the theory portion of the course in your own time at home! This means more time in the water and less time studying in the classroom in paradise! If you...

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India’s FIRST EVER ‘Junior PADI Master Scuba Diver’

At Blue View Divers we love teaching families, children and divers of all ages and walks of life. As we approach high season, we are starting to expand our diving programs specifically geared towards children. Having a swimming pool on premises is a massive advantage as we can teach the PADI Bubblemaker program, Discover Snorkelling and Scuba Try-dives in a...

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August-September Divers 2014!

Blue View Divers would like to share with you some of our recent divers, PADI students and new-found friends! Each month we are lucky enough to meet some of the most interesting and diverse groups of people........AND we get to take them scuba diving on the beautiful reefs of Koh Phi Phi, Thailand! We want to thank all of our divers for...

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New View for Blue View

Blue View Divers has moved! But don't worry, we have not gone too far! We are still in Viewpoint Resort, on the northern most tip of Loh Dalum Bay. We have a beautiful new view. What used to be the resort massage shop, upstairs from the old Blue View Divers, has been empty for some time now and we have...

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PADI Online Digital Manuals; Eco-Friendly Learning!

Digital Manuals

No longer do you have to carry around your diving text book, or have to worry that you will loose or damage it! Did you know that PADI Course Manuals are available in 100% Digital Format? If you have recently completed your PADI Course with Blue View Divers then you will have received your E-Manual already! If you...

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Meet the Shark Guardian!

As you might have noticed on our website home page, and on our Facebook news feed, Blue View Divers became a Shark Guardian Centre last year. Who are the Shark Guardians, you might ask? If you don't know already, they are the highly motivated and passionate husband and wife team, South African Brendon Sing and Elizabeth Ward-Sing from...

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Phi Phi is getting a new dive site!

After lots of planning and preparation we are excited to announce that Phi Phi National Marine Park is getting a new dive site. The site will be a local wreck which is due to be dropped on 19th March 2014. The ship will be dropped off the east side of Koh Phi Phi...

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Longtail Appeal

On 23rd November 2013, Koh Phi Phi suffered the brunt of a storm which savaged Tonsai Bay and destroyed many boats on the island. Luckily nobody was injured, however some hotels, longtails and dive boats sustained damage, and for the local Thai Taxi Boat men of Koh Phi Phi, it was a bad start to the high season. Blue View...

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