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Dive Day Trip

Local Diving in Nai Yang

Nai Yang beach is a peaceful and quiet place for a scuba diving holiday away from the crowds in Thailand. If you like to spend some time away from the crowd and do some nice quality diving then this is the place to be.

This is home to some of the great dive spots in Phuket which is not known to many except for returning guests who stayed here before. You will also be diving on our private dive boat so there will be no rushing and crowding on the boat and at the dive sites.

Most of the dive sites are located between 5 to 20 minutes boat ride. And because they are so close, we will be back by lunch time after a 2-tank dive in the morning. Most of the dive sites are around 8 - 22 meters which makes it perfect for doing dive courses and having nice easy leisure dives for all diver levels. This is ideal and perfect to combine diving with some sightseeing or spending time doing your own stuff in the afternoon after the dives.

The dive sites over here are also home to a wide variety of marine species. You will find a diversity of corals including barrel sponge, whip coral and sea fan. Besides the common coral fish, you will also spot lobster, octopus, lion fish, scorpion fish, moray eel, sting ray, cuttlefish, porcupine fish, and sometimes even turtles and sharks. There is also an interesting little wreck at about 15 meters which attracts a huge amount of marine life.

PRICE: 3,600 THB                              Number of dives: 2                    Availability: October - April

Basic scuba equipment rental @ 500 baht per day

Dive boat leaves Nai Yang at 09:00 and will arrive back at about 13:00.

Local Diving
Racha Islands

Two islands make up Koh Racha; Koh Racha Yai (large) and Koh Racha Noi (small). They sit 20km south of Phuket and offer the beautiful white sandy beaches that are synonymous with Thailand.

The waters boast diverse and colorful reefs filled with hard and soft coral. Varieties of anemone fish are plentiful with yellowtail barracuda often schooling above the reef. Keep an eye out in the sand for garden eels and a variety of rays. Deeper outer reefs are formed by collections of large boulders and include some great swim-throughs.

Diving in Koh Racha offers gentle drifts along a sloping rock face, dusted with a variety of coral forests. Large schools of barracuda, octopi and cuttlefish are often be spotted as well the occasional manta ray and whale shark.

PRICE: 4,000 THB                              Number of dives: 3                    Availability: All year round


Price includes:

- Breakfast, lunch and snacks

- Water, soft drinks, coffee and tea

**Transport and equipment rental not included.


Dive boat leaves Chalong pier at 07:45 and will arrive back at about 17:30.

Racha Islands
Phi Phi Island

Koh Phi Phi is characterized by rugged limestone walls, vivid soft coral and gorgonian fans. Stunning rock formations continue underwater creating great wall diving with plenty of nooks and crevices for critters to hide in. With sloping coral gardens ripe for exploring on your safety stop, diving in Koh Phi Phi offers richness for all.

Keep a keen eye on the sand for resting leopard sharks. Look carefully for mantis shrimp and seahorses whilst triggerfish dart around you. Barracuda and octopus hang out with blacktip reef sharks, nurse sharks, turtles, bluespotted stingrays, and banded sea snakes in the blue. Whale sharks have been known to pass by Koh Phi Phi to follow the plankton trail from Malaysia to Myanmar. Sometime 10 meters long, these gentle giants are awesome overhead.

PRICE: 4,200 THB                              Number of dives: 3                    Availability: All year round

Price includes:

- Breakfast, lunch and snacks

- Water, soft drinks, coffee and tea

*Marine Park fee 600 baht to be paid in cash on the boat.

**Transport and equipment rental not included.

Dive boat leaves Chalong pier at 07:45 and will arrive back at about 18:30.

Phi Phi
King Cruiser Wreck

The King Cruiser was originally a car ferry, but when it sank in 1997 between Phuket and Phi Phi, it was carrying only foot passengers. There was no loss of life as the boat sank slowly and several dive boats were around the area to help. The wreck is a little to the east of Shark Point and Anemone Reef – it hit Anemone Reef causing it to sink. Good news for divers! There may be areas of this site, if not the entire site, that require additional training and experience beyond simply being a certified diver, for you to safely visit. This may include, but not be limited to, training and experience in deep diving, wreck diving, cavern/cave diving, or even technical diving.

PRICE: 4,000 THB                              Number of dives: 3                    Availability: All year round


Price includes:

- Breakfast, lunch and snacks

- Water, soft drinks, coffee and tea

**Transport and equipment rental not included.


Dive boat leaves Chalong pier at 07:45 and will arrive back at about 16:30.

King Cruiser


We have a number of liveaboard trips from Phuket for you to enjoy world-class diving and experience the best comfort and superior service onboard. Diving season is usually between November and April. We offer great itineraries and different packages suitable for all levels of divers.

North Andaman

Andaman Islands - a diver's paradise, newly opened and relatively untouched, these islands lie approximately 350 kilometers to the northwest of Phuket, in the Indian Ocean. Gigantic barrel sponges, sea fans, dog-toothed tuna, manta rays up to 50 in numbers.

Mergui Archipelago & Burma Banks - rarely explored, lie about 180 kilometers northwest of the Similan Islands. These underwater mountains rise up more than 350 meters from the ocean floor, reaching just below the surface. Divers can have close encounters with all sorts of marine life, including silvertip and nurse sharks, and huge schools of pelagic fish, together with the unforgettable thrill of gliding over these amazing underwater plateaus.

Richelieu Rock - about 200km northwest of Phuket, there are few places in the world better than this tiny pinnacle for swimming with the whale shark, some of which grow to lengths of 30 meters, can often be spotted here. Its diverse marine life also includes barracuda, groupers, mantas, and the harlequin shrimp.

Koh Bon and Koh Tachai - located about 20km north of Similan Island #9 and features one of the only vertical walls in Thailand. The topography is vibrant with a gentle slope of colorful bright coral formations, sea fans of different shapes and sizes. Some possible manta ray sightings traveling between these two islands from October to May. Leopard sharks are commonly seen on the sandy flats. Koh Tachai boasts a breathtaking sandy beach on its northeastern shore and is a popular place for mooring boats.

South Andaman

The South Andaman Sea presents a wealth of offerings just off Phuket.

Koh Phi Phi - Lying in the Mu Koh Phi Phi National Marine Park, east of Phuket, the remarkable landscape of Phi Phi Islands ranks amongst the top 5 dive destinations in Thailand. The Phi Phi Islands are most famous for their plunging limestone walls, blanketed with colorful soft corals. In many places, the islands are fringed with shallow coral gardens, where hard and soft corals thrive. There are over a dozen exceptional dive sites among the Phi Phi Islands, including walls, coral gardens, caves, caverns, and swim-throughs. Glassfish, green turtles, hawksbill turtles, banded sea snakes, squid, angelfish, black-tip reef sharks and leopard sharks are common visitors to the Phi Phi Islands.

Hin Daeng & Hin Muang & Koh Ha - to the south of Phi Phi, lie these two connected islands covered with tropical vegetation and edged by clear blue waters, underwater pinnacles to depths of up to 60m, covered with carpets of anemones, sponges, and sea fans. You will likely see barracuda, moray eels, zebra eels, hunting jacks and trevally, and triggerfish. You will find stronger currents here which may increase the chance encounters with whale sharks or manta rays. Hin Daeng is also good for critters such as nudibranchs, cowrie shells, and various species of shrimps.

Koh Ha - named after 5 small islands located between Phi Phi and Hin Daeng, close to Koh Lanta. Known for good cavern diving and swim-throughs, you can see large stalactites hanging over your head. Excellent for photographic lighting.

Koh Racha Noi and Racha Yai - located just to the south of Phuket offer exciting drift dives, great visibility, and superb hard coral growth. Racha Noi is the more isolated of the two islands with stronger currents than its northern partner. Massive underwater boulders provide the opportunity to see manta rays and whale sharks on rare occasions as well as the more common reef sharks and stingrays. Racha Yai, famous for its deep clear water bays and popular with snorkelers, coral life here is abundant. Easy drift dives amongst stunning coral formations, resident triggerfish, banded sea snakes, and leopard shark.

Other dive sites include Similan Islands, Surin Islands, Koh Dok Mai, Shark Point, Anemone Reef, King Cruiser Wreck, Ko Bida Nok, Ko Bida Nai or Ko Doc Mai.

Due to demand and change of season, please contact us for the latest schedule and price.

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