Phi Phi Ley is a sloping wall on the east side of the island with the same name. The dive starts in a shallow bay and then you move either north or south.
Beautiful soft coral and giant sea fans cover the wall. The spot is home to an abundance of marine creatures such as parrotfish, banners, butterflyfish, sea turtles, as well as nudibranchs and other critters. Black and whitetip reef sharks can also be seen here.
Phi Phi Ley dive site has a depth of 5 to 20 meters/16-66 feet and is suitable for divers of all levels. The sea is usually calm, but currents can sometimes intensify. Good visibility. You can dive here year-round.