Welcome To Sea Bees Diving
Adventure In Good Hands
Phi Phi Island
The famous islands of Thailand
The newly opened Sea Bees Dive Centre on Koh Phi Phi is at the Holiday Inn Resort, located on the Northern part of the island on Laem Tong Beach. This beautiful white-sand beach is considered to be the most beautiful beach on Koh Phi Phi Island.
Phi Phi Island Photographs
Take a truly amazing trip through the Andaman Sea
Join us on one of our fantastic trips through Thailand's Andaman Sea and take a closer look at the amazing underwater world offered by the sunny surrounding of our beautiful country.
10 Reasons To Dive With Us
Discover why people choose Sea Bees Diving
10 x winner of the Golden Dolphin Award
No other dive centre in Thailand has won this prestigious award; but with our dedication to unforgettable diving experiences, we’ve lifted this trophy nine times to make us the official "Best Dive Centre in the Indo-Pacific Region".
Life on deck is as great as life under the waves
We take great pride in our own fleet of boats whereas other dive boat owners utilise their vessels as simple “water taxis” with many different dive companies onboard at the same time.
We know that your time on deck is an important part of your journey, so we make sure it’s as comfortable and organised as possible with a crew who treat you as the guest you are and not just another passenger.
Recipient of the "Thailand Tourism Award 2013"
Receiving this award from the Minister for Tourism and Sports was a great honour. The requirements needed were a demonstration of results in customer service and safety, as well as being environmentally conscious and signify a quality and excellence in tourism as well as a demonstration to support and strengthen Thailand's tourism sector.
No wheels, just waves
Every dive centre in Phuket ferries guests around in minibuses… Except us.
Sea Bees Diving resort is only a short walk to the harbour; so you’re not a slave to bus schedules during your trip and can enjoy more free time in the morning and a greater choice of post-dive entertainment in the evening.
5 star service and safety
Our concern is your safety so you can focus on fun and relaxation. From our wetsuits to compressors, we are 5 star certified nationally and internationally (the only Dive Centre to be in Phuket and Khao Lak) and are fully ISO/DIN Certified.
Sea Bees quality every step of the way
We know that in between the diving, there’s a lot of time spent on boats. That’s why we exclusively use our own fleet to get you to your chosen dive sites.
You’ll never spend a moment on a boat we don’t own, so we can guarantee you the comfort, service and safety that makes Sea Bees the envy of other dive centres.
A proud member of Quality Divers
We’re honoured to be the exclusive representative for Thailand of the International Association of Quality Divers. By diving with us, you qualify for the Quality Divers Member Card which gives you exclusive discounts on future dives at the best centres worldwide.
Our 20 years’ experience
We’ve been delivering unforgettable experiences for two decades, making us one of the most experienced and trusted dive centres. When you dive with Sea Bees, you’re diving with established professionals who know the dive sites like the back of their hands.
We know size matters
We pride ourselves on giving bigger experiences to smaller groups. This allows our guides to create more intimate and reactive adventures that make full use of your time in the water; spotting marine life you may not have found on your own and ensuring everyone’s needs and interests are catered for.
Our 100% dedication to diving
Our guides love to dive as much as you do and will always try to extend your time in the water whenever possible. On the other hand, your safety and comfort is our highest priority so we will never rush you back into the water between dives and will always wait a full 1.5 hours for desaturation so you’re operating at peak performance every time you dive with us.
Responsible tourism Thailand
August 13, 2016
We as divers have a natural interest in the natural world and all it’s wonderful inhabitants. Scuba diving brings us close to our marine friends so that we can observe them in their natural habitat doing whatever they were doing before we came along on our dive. The goal is to have as small of an impact on their environment as possible and we spend hours training to achieve the best possible position and buoyancy for that to happen....
A Dive Instructors Life
June 11, 2016
We have a lot of handsome, smart and fun instructors in our team. One of them is Chok, born and raised in Thailand. As it is not very common for Asians to learn any kind of water sports and end up teaching them we thought that this is a unique story tell. We interviewed Chok and got a little idea about his life. When did you learn diving and what make you interested in diving? Chok:...
Phi Phi Island – Boats and more
April 8, 2016
Today we want to introduce you to Caterina. Caterina was our dive master trainee since November 2015 and is now a "professional" a full member in the dive business. Our 29-year old lively sicialian girl is already a marine biologist – this means completely dedicated to the underwater world. She loves underwater photography and especially the marine species the nudibranchs. Her big target is it that her customers can enjoy the underwater world as well as herself. Take...
Thailand – Dive into centuries of old culture
March 8, 2016
As a diver you choose your holiday destination based on dive spots. You have to have priorities, of course! Nobody understands you better than us☺ But Thailand is worth a visit not only for its beautiful dive sites such as the Similan Islands, Phi Phi Island and Phuket. But also for it’s landscape, temples and much more. Let’s So join us on an imaginary trip through the country. We start in northern Thailand, in Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai...
Going under Koh Bon – a breathtaking dive site
February 23, 2016
The island of Koh Bon rises steeply from the ocean, with a tropical rainforest that offers us divers a beautiful panorama at the surface. In some places, the rock wall falls 30m to the seabed down. The West end of the island turns into a rocky ridge that descends to about 40 m depth. Both sides of the island sometimes have a moderate current flow, creating an upwelling of nutrient rich colder water coming from the depths of the Indian...
Dive for the love of… fish!
January 30, 2016
When you hear divers talk about diving. Whether it’s new divers or divers who’ve been diving for years it’s all about the fish! Different dive destinations around the world have their own specialty when it comes to fish. “Come dive with us and manta rays” etc. The worlds’ oceans do hold some rather spectacular life forms, and divers are eager to collect as many of them in their logbooks as possible. And diving here, in the Andaman Sea you could...
A day onbard in Khao Lak
December 31, 2015
If you are a scuba diver or a snorkeler you have probably experienced many beautiful days onboard a daytrip boat in different places all around the world. But have you ever thought about the people “behind the scenes” who make it all work? First of all you need an experienced international team that works together very smoothly, you need your colleagues to be professionals you can rely on and have fun with at the same time. It is this...
British International School goes diving – 4!
December 21, 2015
5 Sea Bees Instructor vs. 10 Junior Open Water Diver - Round 4 The final day for our Junior Open Water divers to complete their course dawned, and the remaining cohort got out of bed for another day of diving out at sea. This time the instructors arrived at the Phuket main office to find some of the young divers already lounging about in the office, waiting to get started…it seemed that they were quite happy to wake up...
British International School goes diving – 3!
November 26, 2015
5 Sea Bees Instructors vs. 10 Junior Open Water Students - Round 3 Day 3 of the course, the day our SSI Junior Open Water students had been waiting for! Today they would be going on the MV Aragon, one of our two day trip boats in Phuket. MV Aragon and MV Excalibur II are not just the only beautiful yellow dive boats around, but also some of the few actually custom built dive boats, and certainly the safest...
British International School goes diving – 2!
November 16, 2015
5 Sea Bees Instructors vs. 10 Junior Open Water students - Round 2 Our new young divers’ second day started a little slower than the first. All the excitement, fun and a small amount of Nitrogen from the previous day’s pool exercises made them feel a little more tired than usual :) The second day started again in our dive academy at our dive center in Chalong, Phuket. The mood improved a lot once they spotted the pool...