The Adventure Club Phi Phi Island, Moo 7, Muang, Krabi, 81000
do i need to be able to swim to snorkel or scuba dive

Do I need to be able to swim to snorkel or scuba dive?

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Do I need to be able to swim to snorkel or scuba dive? Snorkeling Snorkeling – No, you don’t have to be able to swim, but you need to be able to put your face in the water without panicking to enjoy the experience. Snorkeling requires very little actual swimming,...
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Why do I need to pee so badly when I dive?

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Any seasoned diver will testify to desperately needing to pee at some point during their dive and upon surfacing. It is a common sight on dive boats around the globe, the post dive race to remove your tank and wetsuit as quickly as possible and get to the toilet ASAP, the...

Why Choose The Adventure Club?

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The dive centres on Ko Phi Phi operate a price agreement system, meaning that every dive center in the main Tonsai village charges the same price. The concept behind this is to safeguard divers’ safety by ensuring nobody tries to cut prices by cutting something vital to...

Whale Shark at Bida Nok

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  Whale Shark at Bida Nok The Adventure Club are having a fantastic low season in terms of shark sightings; the Blacktip Reef Sharks are very active around Bida Nok, we see Zebra (aka leopard) Sharks at almost every trip to Gareng Heng and then yesterday the Holy Grail...
Why Does my Mask Fog Up and How do I Prevent This?

Why Does my Mask Fog Up and How do I Prevent This?

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Why Does my Mask Fog Up and How do I Prevent This? An otherwise great time diving or snorkeling, while not quite ruined, can certainly be dampened a bit by mask fog blocking your view, impeding communication and needing frequent rinsing out or mask clearing. Tilting your head at...

Scuba Diving in Thailand – Koh Phi Phi’s BIG 5

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Scuba Diving in Thailand – Koh Phi Phi’s BIG 5 Have you heard of the African BIG 5? When you come scuba diving in Koh Phi Phi we have our own Big 5 – Big 5 marine species that is! Our Big 5 list is made up of marine creatures which are very special to the Koh Phi Phi area and are...
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Low Season Diving in Ko Phi Phi: What to Expect

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Low Season Diving in Ko Phi Phi: What to Expect. Ko Phi Phi’s tropical climate means that we are now entering the tourist low season between May and October, when the prevailing weather pattern is governed by the South-West monsoon over the Indian Ocean. Phi Phi is a lush,...
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Become a PADI Rescue Diver on Ko Phi Phi

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Become a PADI Rescue Diver on Ko Phi Phi Are you a PADI Advanced Open Water or Open Water Diver? Do you know what your next step is on the PADI ladder? Are you ready to develop your diving skills here on Phi Phi? Don’t get stuck at Advanced Open Water! The next step after the...
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Feeling Adventurous? Try Night Diving!

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Feeling Adventurous, and looking for a truly memorable experience? Then try night diving! In much the same way that Ko Phi Phi can seem like 2 different places from the daytime to during the night, the reefs surrounding us also change dramatically over 24 hours, so why not...

PADI Courses – an Overview from Beginner to Pro Level.

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It can be hard to know where to start, or how to navigate through the various scuba diving courses on offer by PADI. Here is a step by step overview from entry-level courses through to the professional level courses: Discover Scuba Diving  – A quick and easy introduction...

Our Location

We are located on Phi Phi Island, which is about 50 kilometers from the mainland.

How can you dive or snorkel with us?

To dive or snorkel with us you will need to book accommodation on Phi Phi Island.

If you are staying on the mainland it will not be possible to get to and from Phi Phi Island within the same day.