Liveaboard Diving at Ko Phi Phi

Maya Wall and Palong Wall

Dive Site Maya/Palong
Site Layout:
Relatively shallow wall with spectacular topography
Diving depth:
Surface to 22m
Generally mild
Up to 20m
Very calm and sheltered
Site access:

A couple of great dive sites along the west side of Ko Phi Phi Ley, these two walls are basically one that is broken in half by Palong Bay. If you jump in the bay you can do either site and will experience great stuff in both directions. The bay itself is home to Hawksbill Turtles and Black Tip Reef Sharks, with snorkelers often reporting more sightings of Sharks than divers. Once out of the bay, these mini-walls have lots of Hemprich's Soft Corals, Sea Fans, and Fan Corals for critters to hide amongst with Frog Fish and Ornate Ghost Pipe Fish the two favourites. To the south end of Maya Wall there are also a few swim-throughs to enjoy, with the chance of Sea Kraits ever present.

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