This dive in Koh Phi Phi is a fantastic dive site and it is helping to make the area famous for its great quality scuba diving. Like many of the dive sites in the area, this dive site lies within a national marine park, which has protected the marine life and coral and kept them in amazing condition. Whilst the purpose of marine parks is to protect and conserve the oceans, the marine park also allows divers to be able to see well preserved parts of the ocean.
This site has visibility or around 10 meters and the currents can be strong so divers need to be careful with these two variables.
This is a great site for spotting black tip reef sharks and leopard sharks; Green turtles are also very common in all of the Phi Phi dive sites so they can be seen at this dive site as well.
There are many of the smaller types of marine life here including seahorses and razor fish. There are a number of moray eels that have made this site their home, and wrasse, scorpion fish, lionfish, damselfish and angelfish all are common residents of the reef.