The Phi Phi Islands are formed of limetone, which creates a very odd-looking geography, made famous in the movie The Beach. Rock climbing is a popular activity but the world beneath the waves of Phi Phi is no less enchanting than the mainland.
You can dive alongside limestone cliffs and into underwater caves, and encounter large and small marine creatures such as Leopard Shark, Frogfish and Ghost Pipefish. Dive sites can be found almost everywhere around Phi Phi, and they can be easily reached by taking a long-tailed boat from a beach resort. Sand-dwelling animals dominate some sites; for example at Koh Yoong, seeing a dozen seahorses in one dive is quite normal.
If you want more excitement, the King Cruiser wreck is one of the most famous wreck dives in the Indian Ocean. And Koh Ha Yai is a unique dive site due to the incomparable beauty of its underwater caves and strangely shaped island.
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