DIVE SITE MAP • PICTURE GALLERIES OF DIVE SITES • SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE HTMS KLEDKAEO
KO PHI PHI – DIVE HUB IN THE ANDAMANS WITH THE MOST SPECTACULAR SCENERY
The majestic lime stone formations of the Ko Phi Phi region present themselves as the perfect frame above the water for the equally pristine scenery underwater.
Similar to Ko Tao in the Gulf of Thailand, the local dive sites frequented are close enough for dive operators to be able to offer a morning dive trip (with 2 dives) as well as another trip in the afternoon. Great opportunity to get 4 dives done in a single day plus the option to do yet another dive at night.
Further day trips head out to the King Cruiser Wreck (half the distance over to Phuket) as well as the highlights of Ko Lanta diving, Hin Muang and Hin Daeng.
The sinking of the Kledkaew Wreck just a few years ago rounds off the perfect Ko Phi Phi dive portfolio.
🙂 December – April
😐 May – June; October – November
🙁 July – September
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3D WRECK MODEL
Here the accurate scale Thai-Scuba.com 3D computer model of the Kledkaeo wreck – created using historical construction plans sourced in Norway, photographs of the ship before her sinking and detailed study of video footage and photographs taken at the wreck.
Experience the wreck in its full view that way you would never be able to during a dive!
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