SAii Phi Phi Island Village brings guests closer to nature with the Gold Palm Dive Centre and Marine Discovery Centre (MDC) – creating immersive, eco-sensitive diving experiences that allow guests to explore the underwater world and have a positive impact on the planet.
Guests can witness first-hand how the resort’s resident marine biologist works to replenish the area’s rich and diverse ecosystems, and visit the MDC to learn about its initiatives like coral propagation, breeding and release programmes for clownfish and bamboo sharks.
They can then take a dive into the waters of Hat Nappharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park to observe nursery habitats for small fish, see newly-grown coral, and maybe even spot blacktip reef sharks, leopard sharks, green turtles, hawksbill turtles and even whale sharks further offshore.
The Gold Palm Dive Centre, which is also part of the UN’s Green Fins sustainability programme, will brief small, low-impact groups on marine conservation to ensure that they act responsibly before heading out to the water.
There is also a Bubble Makers package for kids aged eight to 10.
Prices start from 3,200 baht (US$88).
For more information, visit SAii Phi Phi Island Village.