This nice and easy dive site provides divers with the chance to explore a good coral reef and spot many different types of fish and marine life. This dive site is located on Phi Phi Ley Island and is made up of areas of coral fields and rocks that slope down to about 30 meters. As with most bays, the dive site is protected from currents and they never really are that strong. It is a popular spot for night divers, beginners, and for training as it is a relatively easy spot but it has many different fish and some great coral. It is also a small dive site and divers can swim around the entire site normally on one tank. There is an interesting swim through at around 15 meters that has large Gorgonian fans on both sides.
Amongst the sandy spots, there should be blue spotted stingrays and garden eels hiding along the bottom. Leopard sharks can also be spotted in the area, often found sleeping on the sandy bottom.
The corals are home to moray eels, lionfish, and scorpionfish but also common to this dive site are cuttlefish, pipefish, and octopus. The night dives highlight the many colours of the wall, as dive torches help to illuminate the corals and divers will also spot many lobsters and shrimps along the wall as well as eels swimming along the wall. The swim through can also be completed on night dives and divers can spot many more interesting marine life lurking amongst the fans at night. When diving at night, divers will also be able to see the bioluminescent algae that glow when the water is agitated and is a remarkable experience.