Diving on Koh Phi Phi
For over twenty years, scuba divers have come from all over the world to experience diving here. Koh Phi Phi is famous for its variety of marine life including sharks and turtles, rare macro species and everything else in between.
We were back to Phi Phi after 2.5 years of completing the Open Water course. We did a Scuba Refresher dive day. The staff were very thorough and yet fun. We went through all the key skills quickly but rigidly and then wen on our two dives. This time round we saw Bida Nok and Viking Cave at Phi Phi Ley.
We really like this dice shop because in our experience they always operate in small groups which makes us feel safer and makes the whole process way more relaxed and enjoyable.anissimovk Leeds, United Kingdom . 3Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Join our local dive trips for many days as we have many different sites to offer. We have two small islands called Bida Nok and Bida Nai which are favourites of ours!
There are many sites around Phi Phi Ley, all a little bit different. On the West Side we have Malong and Maya Corner, which have some really cool swim throughs and a healthy population of hawksbill turtles. At Palong Bay, Palong Wall and Mushroom Rock you are almost certain to see black tip reef sharks!
At the East Side of Phi Phi Ley, we have two walls just outside Pileh Lagoon. Pileh Wall 1 and Pileh Wall 2 which are covered with beautifully coloured soft corals. These can sometimes be drift dives and you can feel like Superman flying along the wall! At Viking Bay there is an artificial reef and coral nursery, which is attracting more and more life every year since it was constructed in 2006.
Diving on Phi Phi Island
We are fortunate to have much of the marine life that has made Koh Phi Phi so popular for diving. This is in part due to the conservation efforts practiced by the Dive Schools here.
There are around twenty dive schools on Koh Phi Phi with a standardised price system in place for all diving activities. This pricing allows us to maintain high standards in teaching and safety, along with quality scuba equipment. It promotes a sense of co-operation between dive centres, especially in regards to conservation projects.
Prices charged are fully inclusive of equipment, scuba tanks, weights, lunch, water, fruit & Divemaster/Instructor guide fees.
Your Day with us
Meet Georgie, Kathleen and Alfie our custom built dive boats! Diving from a longtail boat allows us to keep groups small and the experience more personal.
Another big advantage is that our divers can explore more of the islands small beaches and bays during surface intervals. Our experienced captains know the islands like the back of their hand, having driven boats on Koh Phi Phi for many years.
All long tail boats are equipped with tank racks, drinking water, First Aid, Emergency O2, spare kit, life jackets, a semi-dry area and dry bags available for your valuables
Blue View Divers boasts a beautiful infinity pool right on our door step which overlooks beautiful Loh Dalum Bay.
This facility allows divers to complete confined training sessions, brush up on dive skills or try Scuba Diving for the very first time!
At Blue View we pride ourselves in making diving accessible for everybody. A key part of this philosophy is to provide the correct stepping stones for first timers wishing to begin their adventure into the underwater world.
If you have never dived before and are feeling nervous, then why not try it out in the pool first on one of our free try dives!
Take your first breaths underwater in a controlled environment with experienced instructors.