Koh Lipe has some of the most outstanding reefs and spectacular scenery in the Andaman Sea. With diving possible year round, the numerous islands of the Butang archepelago offer an abundance of diverse marine life no matter when you choose to visit, although for optimum diving conditions we recommend choosing your actual dive dates around the half moon period in any month as then you will have the least current and usually the better visibility as a result. You can check those dates here www.calendar-12.com/moon_calendar/2017/
Both Phi Phi and Lipe islands are protected as a National Marine Parks. There are limited vehicles on the islands and everything is within a comfortable walking distance. There is also a 200baht marine park entry fee and a 200bhat marine park scuba diving fee applicable only during the high season between October and May.
For detailed information on diving on Koh Phi Phi or Koh Lipe or if you have any questions then you can contact Keira directly. She offers all ranges of courses from absolute beginners through to advanced for non certified divers and daily fundives for those already certified.
Certified divers : (licensed) suitable for those with a diving license already. 2 dives in the marine park are 3,000baht per person and include all your scuba diving equipment, lunch, water, tea and coffee. The marine park fee is 200baht per person and is not included in the price.
Introduction dive (beginners) : suitable for those without a license who wish to try diving to see if they would like it. This course takes about 5 hours and includes one shallow water training dive where you learn to master some basic skills to get you comfortable in the water. This is then followed by one open water dive where you can go to maximum depth of 12 meters. The rate is 3500bhat per person and includes your scuba diving equipment, lunch, water, tea and coffee. The marine park fee is 200baht per person and is not included in the price.
The full PADI open water course is 14,800baht and takes 4 days to complete. This course requires 2 full days of theory and classroom sessions in the mornings with a break for lunch and 2 afternoons of confined water training off the beach. The following two days consist of completing your 4 PADI open water dives (the first 2 to a maximum depth of 12 meters with the last 2 being to a maximum depth of 18 meters which is the maximum depth that your license will allow you to upon completion of the course.
All courses are small and personal, Maximum 2 people per course unless otherwise requested.
For detailed information on diving on Koh Lipe / Koh Taratau or if you have any questions then contact Keira directly via email at email@example.com You can also see our customer yoga and diving reviews on the Keiritas Yoga tripadvisor page.
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