Phi Phi beach and reef cleanup by Blue View Divers
Diving, Koh Phi Phi
Blue View Divers have been active in eco/environmental projects both above and below the waters of Phi Phi Island since it's opening.
As a member of Greenfins ReefWatch, they make regular surveys of the reef dive sites around the Phi Phi islands, information that is used in the assessment of the biological health of the coral.
Blue View Divers also conduct regular beach cleanups with their customers and their longtail boat is an economical mode of transport consuming less fuel than the big boats usually used by other dive schools on Phi Phi.
Diary Blue View Diving (2006 March) It has been a busy month! I started the month off with a group of volunteers coming over from Fallibroome High School in Long Island, USA. This was a group of 22 kids aged 14 to 17 years old, and 3 teachers. Their aim was to do community service aiding in the aftermath if the tsunami.
Cleaning up the reefs with Blue View Divers From 19th September- 21st September and with the key backing of Project AWARE, SSI and Greenfins Thailand, Blue View Divers on Phi Phi island, promoted and structured 3 days of organized activities for the International Clean up Day 2008. In all the village, with the help of Blue View Divers, collected just over 645kgs of flotsam from Phi Phi beaches and dive sites.