The Andaman Sea offers some of the world’s most exciting, spectacular, varied and unique diving sites. From the Burma Banks in the Mergui Archipelago to the Surin and Similan Islands to the Andaman Islands down to dive sites around the Phi Phi Islands expect stunningly clear waters with visibility exceeding 30 metres, myriad underwater life, vivid colours and deliciously warm conditions of around 28 degrees Celsius.
Whale sharks, dazzling fish and healthy, spectacular coral growth are just a sampling of the diving possibilities that await you. We offer daytrips, liveaboards for more distant locations and a whole raft of opportunities, from wall diving to even exploring a shallow-water wreck.
Phuket Daytrips Dive Sites
Phuket Dive Sites Overview
Thailand's great diving has long been kept somewhat of a secret from the world. Residents of Southeast Asia and those Read More»
King Cruiser Wreck
On the 4th of May 1997 the 85-meter passenger ferry 'King Cruiser' on a routine run to the Phi-Phi Islands made history Read More»
Koh Dok Mai Dive Site
This small, jungle topped island is located on the way to Shark Point from Phuket and is considered one of the best wall Read More»
Phi Phi Islands Dive Sites
The Phi Phi Islands offer a remarkable variety of dive sites concentrated in a small area. One of the most popular dive Read More»
Phuket West Coast
Most serious divers will opt for one of the better dive-sites farther offshore but some interesting dive-sites are Read More»
Racha Noi Dive Site
Racha Noi is popular for the more experienced diver, as depths are generally greater and the currents frequently Read More»
Racha Yai Dive Site
Racha Yai offers some of the best local year around dive-sites but the visibility varies as to the season. On the north Read More»
Shark Point Dive Site
Shark Point is part of a Marine Sanctuary and is justifiably the most popular of the local dive sites. Named after the Read More»
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Phuket Liveaboards Dive Sites
A part of India, the Andaman Islands are one of the world's newest diving destinations and have yet to be properly Read More»
Close shark encounters are virtually guarantied here. The most common type of shark is the nurse shark that grows to Read More»
Hin Daeng (Red Rock) is located just a few hundred meters south of Hin Muang (southwest of the Phi Phi Islands) and is Read More»
Hin Muang, (Purple Rock) is totally submerged and is located just a few hundred meters north of Hin Daeng. This unique Read More»
Koh Bon and Koh Tachai
North of the Similans lies Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, the Surin Islands, and Richelieu Rock. All of these areas offer Read More»
With over 800 islands, some of them the size of Singapore or Phuket, and most of them completely uninhabited, the area Read More»
Surin's ace card is a small submerged rock about 18 kilometres east of Surin. Richelieu Rock, just exposed at the lowest Read More»
The Similan Islands are some the worlds most beautiful and unspoiled islands and together with the splendor of the rich Read More»
Surin Islands were designated as a national park in 1981, and are famous for excellent diving and sport fishing. The Read More»
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