Scuba Diving Koh Phi Phi

DPM Diving Koh Phi Phi

Scuba Diving Courses
& Trips

Scuba Diving in Phi Phi:
Diving for all levels

Scuba Diving in Koh Phi Phi is suitable for all levels. Beginners and experienced divers are welcome at DPM Diving Koh Phi Phi.

You want to dive but never tried before? Don’t worry! Because we have diving activities for everyone and no previous experience is needed!

Here are our most popular scuba diving programs:

Try Scuba Diving in Phi Phi

Try scuba diving in Phi Phi even if you never tried it before. Our 1 Day Experience for complete beginners includes 2 dives to discover the stunning marine life around Koh Phi Phi. Maximum depth 12 meters.

Open Water Course

Get Certified with the 3-day Open Water Course. International and lifetime certificate to dive anywhere in the world to 18 meters (60 feet) depth.

Advanced Course

Already Certified? Dive deeper and improve your diving skills with the Advanced Adventurer course. You’ll be able to dive to 30 mt (100 feet) dept.

Diving Trips

Join our 2 dives trips in the morning or afternoon boat in small groups and guided by our experienced instructors.

Sea Turtle in Koh Phi Phi

Scuba Diving Courses & Fun Dives

Koh Phi Phi offers a wide range of dive sites for all kinds of divers. You can find easy dives for beginners and also dive sites reserved for experienced divers.

At DPM Diving we have courses and trips for everyone. Drop us a message and we’ll find the most suitable diving experience for you.

What can you see diving in Phi Phi?

Marine life and underwater landscape in Phi Phi are absolutely stunning.

Some of the highlights are Sea Turtles, Eagle Rays, Clownfish (Nemo), Soft Coral, stunning rock formations, Sharks, Lionfish, Nurse Sharks, Pufferfish, Angelfish Moray Eels, and lots more!

Choose your diving adventure!

Koh Phi Phi Dive Sites

Koh Phi Phi is a popular diving destination in Thailand and is known for its clear waters and abundance of marine life. Visibility ranges from 10 to 30 meters.

Some of the best dive sites in the area include:

Kled Kaew Wreck

The Kled Keaw Wreck is a dive site to the east of Koh Phi Phi Leh. It’s a deep dive site suited for advanced divers. We usually visit this wreck during our Advanced course.

Koh Bida Nok and Bida Nai

These two sites are known for their beautiful coral and abundance of tropical fish, including leopard sharks, octopuses, and moray eels.

Shark Point 

This site is known for its large population of leopard sharks, which can often be seen resting on the sandy bottom.

Maya Corner 

This site is known for its crystal-clear waters and abundance of coral, as well as its large population of tropical fish.

Hin Daeng and Hin Muang

These are known for the large schools of barracudas and trevallies

Marine Life in Phi Phi island

While diving in Phi Phi you’ll have the chance of enjoying some of the most spectacular underwater landscapes in Thailand. Soft coral and colorful reefs are populated with all kinds of fish.

Sea turtles, eagle rays, black-tip reef sharks, banded sea snakes, and leopard sharks are some of the most usually celebrated sightings.

It’s also very easy to find clownfish, angelfish, fusiliers, snappers, trevallies, and groupers. If you like small fish you’ll love the yellow box fish. You can also see nudibranchs and octopuses.

Why Choose DPM Diving?

Small Groups

At DPM Diving we work with small groups to make sure you learn at your own pace and enjoy a personalized dive experience.

Trusted Dive Center

With 5 locations around the world, DPM Diving is an internationally recognized and trusted Dive Centre.

More than 11,000 divers have been diving with us, from beginners to advanced and experienced divers and professional levels.

Instructor Trainer Centre

At DPM Diving all our instructors have been trained by our in-house Instructor Trainer to make sure we offer the highest level of safety standards and training quality.

Our Own Big Boat

Have a comfortable experience not only under the water but also during surface intervals and while sailing during our diving trips.

Having our own boat gives us the possibility to choose the dive sites that suit our needs each day, diving without any rush.

And of course, having a toilet on board is always a good idea!

Meet our Team

We are very proud of having one of the best teams a dive center can have.

Experienced, passionate, and caring diving instructors that are ready to make your diving in Phi Phi one of the best experiences of your visit to Thailand.

  • Honey

Meet the amazing Instructor Honey, originally from Bangkok she moved to the islands to do what she loves most: diving and show you the amazing underwater world of Thailand.

  • Nico

Nick is a Scuba Diving Instructor, and former Fire Fighter. He is a very experienced diver (he’s been diving since he was 12) and a great Instructor.

He has issued more than 600 scuba diving certifications to students from every corner of the world.

  • Francisco

Francisco a.k.a Barba is probably one of the most charismatic dive instructors you’ll ever meet.

Francisco has issued over 1,000 (Yes, a thousand!) scuba diving certifications at DPM Diving with SSI International, and other agencies. Always giving his best to make your diving experience unforgettable.

Koh Phi Phi Diving Prices

Prices of scuba diving in Phi Phi are fixed and subject to an agreement between all dive centers on the island.


  • Try Scuba Diving: 3,400 THB
  • Open Water: 11,900 THB
  • Advanced: 9,500 THB
  • Adventure Dives: 2,500 THB
  • Fun Dive Trips (2 dives): 2,500 THB
  • Refresh: 3,000 THB
  • React Right: 4,900 THB
  • Rescue Diver: 12,600 THB
  • Divemaster Course: 36,000 THB

National Marine Park Fee

Please have in mind that for any diving activities on Phi Phi island, every diver needs to pay a fee for the right to dive in the National Marine Park.

The fee is 600 THB for the first day and 200 THB for each extra day.

Google Reviews

What People Say

“The best diving school in Thailand! Nico & Fran and the rest of the team are great and made me feel really welcome, will definitely be returning soon!”

Brad, on Google

Send us a message to book your scuba diving experience in Phi Phi.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to know how to swim?

If you’re planning to try scuba diving (1-day experience) you don’t need to know how to swim. If you want to take the Open Water course and get certified, then you need to pass a swimming test (you need to be able to swim 200 mt)

  • Is Phi Phi Island good for scuba diving?

Located in the Andaman Sea, Koh Phi Phi offers some of the best diving conditions for scuba diving in Thailand. Thanks to being a protected area (National Marine Park), while scuba diving in Phi Phi islands you’ll find healthy and colorful reefs and lots of fish of all kinds. 

  • Can I scuba dive in Phi Phi all year round?

Yes, we dive all year round in Phi Phi.

  • What is the best time to go to Phi Phi Island?

The best time to go diving in Phi Phi is between November and May. This is the dry season in Phi Phi and conditions for diving are usually the best.

  • Are there sharks in Phi Phi island?

Yes, there are sharks around Phi Phi islands, and you can spot some black-tip sharks while snorkeling or scuba diving. The most commonly spotted are Black Tip Reef Sharks and Leopard Sharks.

  • Do I need to stay overnight to dive in Phi Phi?

Yes, you need to stay at least 1 night to get the most out of your scuba diving experience in Phi Phi.

  • Where to stay in Phi Phi Island?

If you want to stay in the central area and be close to bars, restaurants, and the pier then you should stay in Tonsai Bay. If you are looking for a more chill and quiet atmosphere then Longbeach is a good spot for you.

  • How can I get to Phi Phi Island?

You can reach Phi Phi islands from Krabi or Phuket by Ferry or Speedboat. There are several boats running every day starting early morning until early afternoon.

  • Is Phi Phi a party island?

There’s some wild nightlife in one specific area, but there’s much more to enjoy in Phi Phi and it’s also a very chilled and family-friendly island. 

  • Is 1 day enough for Phi Phi island?

We recommend staying for at least 2 or 3 nights to be able to explore and really enjoy your stay here. You can spend 1 full day exploring the islands on some of the many tours you’ll find, another day for scuba diving, and one more to chill at the beach. Or just go diving every day!

Join Us!

Get in touch with us to book your next diving adventure in Koh Phi Phi.

If you are already in Phi Phi you can stop by our Dive Centre for information & bookings.

We are located just 50 meters from the pier. Check out our location on Google Maps.