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Racha Island

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.


Diving is all year round at Racha as the dive spots are mostly sheltered from the elements. You may experience a little rough ride on the boat during the low season from May - September.

Price: 4,000 baht (3 dives).

Meals and drinks provided on the boat.

Additional add-on:

- Scuba equipment rental 500 baht per day

- Transfer (see below)

Transfer between hotel and boat pier

Complimentary shared transport provided if you are staying in these areas:

- Kamala

- Patong

- Karon

- Kata

- Chalong

- Rawai

For all other areas, there will be a transport charge. Price will depend on the location of your hotel and also the number of divers.

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