The Adventure Club is owned and operated by British Expat Andrew Hewett and his Thai wife Je. Andrew has been on Phi Phi island since 1994.
The Adventure Club was set up in 2000 and has since then offered eco friendly adventure tours.
Our goal is first and foremost as a Marine Education Center dedicated to offering exciting educational tours in a sustainable manner.
We use only recyclable products such as tupperware and refillable water canteens and all guides are instructed to brief our guests regarding proper conduct when in the water around corals.
Government Volunteer Program
After the tsunami The Adventure Club was the obvious choice to set up the headquarters for the relief effort by the Phi Phi Dive Camp.
This was a privately organized volunteer based group that worked hard and long to remove the debris from the ocean and beaches. In total over 300 tons of debris was removed thanks to the unselfish support of over 4000 volunteers. The work took nearly a year.
Presently, things have moved on to the next stage: promoting education and sustainable activites on and around coral reefs.
In 2006 the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources officially commissioned Andrew Hewett as a government volunteer in charge of monitoring and collecting data for the Phi Phi Island artificial reef and coral nursery projects.
Where are we located?
Our offices are located in the heart of the village in Tonsai Bay, Phi Phi Island.
To get to us you can either come from Krabi (48km), or Phuket (45) by ferry boats which leave twice a day, daily.
On arrival at the pier, walk down the main street 200 meters until you arrive at a large junction on your left. Turn left and we are a further 60 meters down on the left.