Here is the information about Aussie Divers Phuket 3 Dive Day Trip to Phi Phi and Shark Point.
Charter Boat Price
Luxury Speedboat Price- Tuesdays-Thursdays-Saturdays Only
Hotel pick up will be between 7:00 – 7:45am & the Aussie Divers Luxury Speedboat boat returns to the pier approx. 4:30pm, larger style charter boat around 6:00pm then 30-60 minutes travel time back to hotels around Phuket from the Chalong Pier
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Probably the best scuba diving day trip Phuket has to offer. Phi Phi especially Koh Bida Nok provides an array of marine life the rivals some of the best dive sites in the world.
Phi Phi Islands
The Phi Phi Islands provide scuba divers with the best chances of being turtles and black tip reef sharks (Phi Phi Ley), Leopard Sharks (Hin Bida) and a stunning and diverse range of marine life that will leave you wanting more.
Phi Phi also is no stranger to the odd whale shark cruising around so you will have to occasionally take your eyes off the reef so you have a chance to find one.
It is a pelagic heaven with travelly and tuna in abundance there and if Mollusca Cephalopoda are your thing then there are plenty of octopus, cuttlefish and squid in the area.
Shark Point named after the placid leopard sharks that sometime frequent there can provide more marine life in a single dive than a lot of dive sites around the world can have after a weeks diving.
A beautiful mixture of marine life it appeal to both those looking for macro, those searching the big stuff and those that like cruising around taking in some amazing underwater creatures.
Shark Point at time came be difficult as it is often exposed to strong currents and if you a little nervous or have not dived in a while it may speak with an Aussie Divers Phuket expert on the expected underwater conditions.
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