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Nai Yang Beach
Half-Day Diving

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.

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Diving season here is generally between October and April. For the rest of the year from May - September the seas can get too rough for boats and divers during this time. During this period, we will be diving at Racha Island and Phi Phi Island.

Price: 4,000 baht (2 dives)

*Price includes basic scuba equipment rental.


Meet at dive shop 08:15 hrs

Departure: 08:30 hrs from Nai Yang beach

Arrival: 13:00 hrs back at Nai Yang beach

Nai Yang Beach is a beautiful and secluded beach located on the northwest coast of Phuket, Thailand. The beach is known for its soft white sand, crystal-clear waters, and stunning sunsets. Unlike some of the more popular beaches on the island, Nai Yang has a more laid-back and relaxed atmosphere, making it a great place to escape the crowds and enjoy some peace and quiet.

There are plenty of things to do on Nai Yang Beach, from swimming and sunbathing to exploring the nearby nature reserve. Besides scuba diving, the beach is also a popular spot for windsurfing and kiteboarding, thanks to the steady winds and calm waters. Visitors can rent equipment and take lessons from one of the many local operators.

For those looking to explore the natural beauty of the area, the Sirinat National Park is just a short walk from Nai Yang Beach. Here, visitors can hike through the lush forest, spot wildlife, and even see nesting sea turtles during certain times of the year.

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