Six bountiful islands combine to make Koh Phi Phi - pronounced pee pee.
A 50 km two hour boat journey south-east of Phuket will place you in the Had Nopparattara - Koh Phi Phi National Park.
Here you will find remote islands with steep limestone cliffs and pristine sandy beaches.
Phi Phi Don is the main source of human habitation and Tonsai Village developed alongside the isthmus represents home for most of its inhabitants.
Diving and snorkeling around these unspoilt islands is rated among the most spectacular in Thailand.
The dive locations are suitable for all certification levels.
You can make a stunning wall dive, see sharks, drift along undersea pinnacles, descend on a sunken shipwreck and make a night dive - all in the same day.
Local day boats make the trips to the shallower sites for snorkelers and sight-seeing travelers. Phi Phi dive sites are serviced daily from the main island and they are chosen as regular destinations from Phuket.
Divers will find better conditions in Koh Samui and Koh Tao and the Pattaya Gulf of Thailand from May to September during the Andaman low season.