The waters around Koh Phi-Phi have been on the tourist radar for years. So it does get crowded here during the high season. But Koh Phi Phi still has a great variety of dive sites and as a bonus has easy access to the amazing sites Hin Daeng and Hin Muang. These are Thailand's only true deep dive sites. But divers can also explore the famous King Cruiser Wreck, Shark Point Marine Sanctuary, Anemone Reef and the beautiful islands of Koh Bida Nok & Koh Bida Noi.
So more than enough to keep you happy while visiting the beautiful island of Koh Phi Phi.
Mama Beach Residence
Bay View Resort
Holiday Inn Resort Phi Phi Island www.phiphi.holidayinn.com
PP Scuba www.ppscuba.com
Moskito Diving www.moskitodiving.com
Hippo Divers Phi Phi www.hippodivers-phiphi.com
Blue View Divers www.blueviewdivers.com
Phi Phi Barakuda www.phiphibarakuda.com
Island Divers Phi Phi www.islanddiverspp.com
Harlequin Scuba www.harlequinscuba.com
Viking Divers www.vikingdiversthailand.com
Princess Divers Phi Phi www.princessdivers.com
Vis Diving Phi Phi www.visadiving.com
Leisure Dive Center www.leisuredivecenter.com
The best time to visit is from November to April. During this period the island gets a lot of dry North Easterly winds with dry blue skies and starry nights.
Phi Phi Island is located in the Krabi Province in southern Thailand, 48km from Phuket Island and 40km from Krabi Town. Both provinces have international airports but since the volume of tourism in Phuket is so much higher, getting to Phuket International Airport (Airport code HKT) is a lot easier. Check www.phuketairportonline.com for more info. Phuket International Airport has direct flights to and from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok.
Once in Phuket the Phi Phi islands can be reached by ferry service.