Phi Phi Dive Log

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Our Phi Phi Dive Log is to keep track of our dive sitings over the years, but also give our guests an idea of what to expect while diving with us! Please feel free to share your sitings, photos and experiences on our Facebook or Instagram pages. Additionally, if you had a memorable day with us kindly share your experiences on your preferred review platform such as Tripadvisor, Google or Facebook.


Dive Log 2018

Sites: Bida Nok and Malong

Time of year: February

Conditions: Flat sea, no current with 30 metres visibility

Water Temp: 30 degrees

What we saw: Hawksbill Turtles, Banded Boxer Shrimps, Painted Spiny Lobsters, Clownfish, Giant Moray, Sting Rays and one of our favourites, Juvenile Harlequin Sweetlips which is also called a ‘Discofish’!

Finally, to top off the day we saw 3 dolphins from the surface in our scuba gear! Such a treat.

Phi Phi Dive Log – 2016

Dive Sites Bida Nok and Palong

When: Jan 2016

Dive 1: Bida Nok

Dive 2: Palong Shelf

Conditions: Flat seas, mild current with a thermocline at 15 metres.

Visibility: 25 metres visibility above the thermocline

Who joined: David was finishing his Open Water Course and we had Joanna, Pete and Johan joining for fun dives.

Highlights: Female Leopard Shark at Bida Nok!!!! Tigertail seahorse at Palong, Hawksbill Turtles (2).

Dive Log – 2015

Dive Sites: Viking and Canyon Rock

When: August 2nd 2015

Dive 1: Viking – Artificial Reef and Natural Reef

Dive 2: Canyon Rock at Loh Samah Bay

Conditions: Slightly choppy, mild current, sunny skies and 10 metres visibility

Max Depth: 18 metres

Highlights: Canyon Swim Through, Giant Trevelleys, Bent Stick Pipefish, Hawksbill Turtle, Flounder, Banded Boxer Shrimp, Cow fish, Blue Dragon Nudibranch, and Pharoah Cuttlefish.

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blue dragon nudibranch
Dive Sites: Hin Bida & Pileh Wall (Phi Phi Leh)

When: June 11th 2015

Conditions: Sea was like glass! With a mild current and warm water. 30 m visibility at Hin Bida, 20 m visibility at Phi Phi Leh

Highlights: Well, it had to be the THREE leopard sharks! We jumped in and within a minute our divers spotted a leopard shark swimming at the surface. Then we met one resting halfway through the dive. At our safety stop we saw one more little juvenile resting in sand. We also saw a long nosed boxfish!

Ooh……….AND a thorny seahorse!

Book a dive trip with us to see these dive sites.

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Dive Sites: Kled Gaeow Wreck & Bida Nai

When: April 2015

Conditions: Mild current with 29 degrees water temperature and a bit of thermocline, flat seas.

Highlights: 8-10 large Cobia swimming around the Wreck! Also; black tip reef shark at Bida Nai, flounder, blue spotted sting rays, a tornado of barracudas!

You can complete your PADI Wreck Speciality on the Kled Gaeow Wreck

Diver wreck diving Ko phi phi Thailand
Dive Sites: Bida Nok and Malong North, Phi Phi Island

When: 29th February 2015

Conditions: AWESOME! Flat seas, 30 + metre vis and warm waters

Highlights: Our videographers Jovana and Dusan joined us for a FANTASTIC day while making a promo video for us. They were lucky to capture on video 2 reef octopus mating for around 30 minutes on Bida Nok!! Other sightings; Hawksbill Turtles, Ornate Ghost Pipefish, Feeding frenzy of Big Eye Trevelleys and Jacks.

Malong North the best place on Phi Phi the see Hawksbill Turtles. Come dive with us and find some awesome turtles with out dive trips and dive courses.

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Dive Sites: Bida Islands – Bida Nok and Bida Nai

When: 23rd January 2015

Conditions: 30 degree waters, 30 metre visibility, calm seas therefore excellent conditions!

HIGHLIGHTS: Baby Whaleshark! Instructor Daniel and Divemaster Conor got to snorkel with this beautiful creature during lunch break! Lots of big schools around right now including jacks, trevelleys, barracudas.

Phi Phi Dive Log – 2014

Dive sites: GARANG HENG + KLED GAEOW WRECK

When: December 2014

Wreck Conditions: Mild Current, good visibility however a mild chop on the surface.

Highlights: Fantastic Corals, Bamboo Shark, Tigertail Seahorse and finally a lovely Honey comb Moray Eel.

Garang Heng Conditions: Surface Current, 20 metre visibility, 29 degrees.

Highlights: Lionfish, bamboo sharks under the bow, schooling barracudas & reef crabs.

You can do a wreck speciality dive on the Kled Gaeow Wreck.

Kled Gaeow Wreck
Dive Site: Pileh Wall, Viking Cove and the Artificial Reef

When: September 2014

Conditions: Waves, mild current, 10-15 metres visibility.

Highlights: The artificial reef decorated with lots of friendly batfish, barrakuda and snappers. Tigertail seahorse on Pileh Wall, bearded scorpionfish, juvenile harlequin sweetlips, harlequin nudibranch and spotfin lionfish.

Come diving Pileh Wall on a dive trip. This is a beautiful wall dive full of soft coral. It’s great for drift diving along the wall.

Lionfish Phi Phi Thailand
Dive Site: Pileh Wall, Viking Cove and the Artificial Reef

When: September 2014

Conditions: Waves, mild current, 10-15 metres visibility.

Highlights: The artificial reef decorated with lots of friendly batfish, barrakuda and snappers. Tigertail seahorse on Pileh Wall, bearded scorpionfish, juvenile harlequin sweetlips, harlequin nudibranch and spotfin lionfish.

Come diving Pileh Wall on a dive trip. This is a beautiful wall dive full of soft coral. It’s great for drift diving along the wall.

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Dive Sites: Phi Phi Shark Point

When: September 2014

Conditions: Flat seas, no current, beautiful visibility.

Highlights: FIVE Leopard Sharks spotted so it was a Fantastic day! Also; octopus, reef squid, lionfish and harlequin ghost pipefish.

Phi Phi Shark point is the furthest dive site that we travel to by longtail but it almost guaranteed to spot leopard shark. Join us on a dive trip to find some leopard sharks.

Blue View Divers is a Shark Guardian Centre so we are always super happy when we spot any type of sharks. We also contribute to the spot the leopard shark project which helps to monitor leopard sharks allow them to be tracked in order to understand them.

Leopard Shark Swimming Koh Phi Phi Thailand
Dive Sites: Bida Nok and Palong

When: 1st May 2014

Conditions: Strong Current, moderate visibility

Highlights: 8 metre Whaleshark spotted by Divemaster Trainee and Tom over Finger Reef! Amazing Dive!

dive sites Whaleshark Phi Phi Island
Dive Sites: Hin Bida + Whaleshark Wall

When: Jan 2014

Conditions: Flat seas, moderate current, 15 metre visibility

Highlights: Leopard Shark! Juvenile Harlequin Sweetlips, Schooling Barracuda, Harlequin Nudibranch, Glorious Flat worms, Lionfish, Yellow Boxfish, Giant Pufferfish and Flute mouth.

Join us to dive Hin Bida for a dive trip or as part of a dive course.

PADI specialty nudibranch koh phi phi island

Palong Bay and Bida Nai

When: March 17th 2014

Conditions: Calm seas, 30 metres visibility, no current

Highlights: Dive log on 17th March 2014 around Koh Phi Phi, Thailand – EAGLE RAY on the deep side of Bida Nai! Huge schools of trevelley, barracuda, snappers and fantastic visibility.

Dive Trips and Diving course each day dive around these dive sites so join us.

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Phi Phi Dive Log – 2013

Bida Nok+ Mushroom Rock

When: May 2013

Visibility: Excellent

Current: Moderate

Today’s Highlights: Blacktip Reef Shark, School of Pickhandle Barracuda, Reef Octopus

Blacktip Reef Shark phi phi island Thailand

Bida Nok+ Mushroom Rock

When: May 2013

Visibility: Excellent

Current: Moderate

Today’s Highlights: Blacktip Reef Shark, School of Pickhandle Barracuda, Reef Octopus

Blacktip Reef Shark phi phi island Thailand

Dive 1: Bida Nai and Palong

2 Leopard Sharks, Great Barrakuda, Common, Zebra-Dwarf and Spotfin Lionfishes, Giant Trevelley

Hightlights: 50 + Black Tip Reef Sharks swimming in a school! A record for our Instructor in one dive! 1 Hawksbill Turtle and pod of dolphins on the surface! Great dive to start the season. We hope this is good luck for the rest of our season here on Koh Phi Phi.

Water Temp: 29 Degrees

Visibility:30 metres

Conditions: Flat Seas, no current. Perfect!

Come shark spotting on our fun dive trips or on dive courses around Phi Phi Island.

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