After four years, I visited Phi phi, southern Thailand, for the second time. I found everything quite changed, with more tourists than the previous time.
Scuba diving in Phi Phi
Sealife in King Cruiser wreck
This time I was diving with Island Divers, which were professional but cold. I had the opportunity to go to the King Cruiser, the Anemone Reef and the Shark point which are places a little further from the island. The King Cruiser, a large ferry that sank in 1997. It is very spacious and has a lot of life. When we were in the main cellar we came across a giant school of yellow-tailed barracuda.
The Anemone reef, as its name implies, is full of anemones and gorgonians. In one of them we find two yellow seahorses.
Clown fish in the Anemone Reef, Koh Phi Phi
The shark point did not disappoint and as soon as we got down we saw two leopard sharks and several large barracudas.
Leopard shark at Shark Point
The rest of the dives were in the Bida Nok and Bida Nai area, which I already knew. I wanted to go to Hin Daeng and Hin Muang to see the blankets but the operator did not reach the minimum number of divers to go.