Dive Sites Overview
Brief Information On The Areas
Koh Tao Dive Sites in Brief
This small island boasts around 20 excellent dive sites. World class diving can be found at Chumpon & Southwest Pinnacles. Other Popular sites include Shark Island with its diverse range of coral and marine life, White Rock with its Triggerfish and Turtles and the exciting swim thrus of Green Rock.
For Beginners or Experienced Divers, Koh Tao is the ideal choice. Koh Tao Dive Sites
Koh Samui Dive Sites in Brief
80 kilometers out from the mainland of Southern Thailand lies the beautiful tropical island of Koh Samui. Set amongst innumerable smaller islands of the Angthong Archipelago and the Angthong Marine National Park, Koh Samui is the largest and most populated of the islands in this region. Koh Samui Dive Sites
National Marine Park in Brief
Made famous in the recent novel and film 'The Beach', this beautiful group of islands has some of the most impressive land scenery in SE Asia. These dive sites are renowned for their variety of soft corals, fascinating underwater caves and swim thrus. Here you will be amazed by the diversity of marine life, the sites are also ideal for snorkeling and swimming. National Marine Park Dive Sites
Sail Rock in Brief
Located between Koh Tao & Koh Phangan this dramatic rock rises out of the water creating the best wall dive in the Gulf of Thailand, with a maximum depth of 40 meters. The wall is covered in soft sponges along with many oysters and clams clinging to the craggy surface. A few Meters away from the wall, schools of batfish and jacks huddle together in the slight current. Most divers come here in the hope of seeing whale sharks, which are frequently sighted in season, whilst the rest of the year divers swim surrounded by schools of pelagic fish patrolling the depths. The site is best known for it's naturally formed rock 'chimney' where you can enter an opening at 18 mtrs and ascend inside the rock with your buddy and exit at 10 mtrs.
Chumphon Pinnacles in Brief
Located North West of Koh Tao, this group of completely submerged pinnacles is probably one of the best dives in the Gulf Of Thailand. The giant rock pinnacles rise up from 35 meters to 14 meters and are covered in a carpet of pink anemones. The main attraction is the massive groupers that can be seen on most dives hanging in the current just off the pinnacles. Here you will also have an excellent opportunity to see the illusive Whale Shark, which often cruises by followed by, great barracuda, jacks, tuna and shoals of Bat fish.