Shark Point consists of five pinnacles of which we dive two as the others are a little deeper around the 20m mark and spread out over a large area. The two we dive are known as pinnacle one or two.
Shark Point, Phuket
"Currents and visibility can vary but this site is suitable for most divers including open water divers."
Shark Point consists of five pinnacles of which we dive two as the others are a little deeper around the 20m mark and spread out over a large area. The two we dive are known as pinnacle one or two. Pinnacle one is raised above sea level and has a small automated light house on and is usually the entry point on the NE. In one dive you would normally cover both pinnacles, and they are stunning, some of the most densely covered coral areas I have ever come across, with a large variety of soft and hard corals and a large marine life including leopard sharks.
Currents and visibility can vary but this site is suitable for most divers including open water divers.
- Sea or land transfers
- Accomodation, if any
- All meals
- Air transportation, if any
- Travel Insurance
- Basic Equipment Rental
- Course fee or instructors fee
What you can see in Shark Point
Best Time to Dive at Shark Point
February through April is the best time to dive at Shark Point because this is the time of the year where you’ll be able to see lots of manta rays and whale sharks and you’ll have less competition since most divers won’t be coming.
Shark Point is a boat away from Phi Phi Island considering that it’s far northwest. From Phi Phi Island the distance is need to be overcome as you take a boat ride from Ao Chalong and you’ll also need to have a leisure ride via taxi/bus from Phuket International Airport.
Airport > Bus/Taxi > Ao Chalong > Boat > Phi Phi Island > Boat > Shark Point
|Best Diving Season||November to April|
|Water Temperature||25°C – 30°C|
|Marine Animal Highlights||Pharaoh Cuttlefish And Leopard Shark|
|Water Visibility||5 meters to 30 metres|
|Transportation||Bus/Car, SpeedBoat, Yachts, Liveaboard|