Keep it simple and go at your own pace. Doing beach dives off Phuket's East coast are great for easy, interesting dives. Many people end up very pleasantly surprised by the variety of fish life and corals found just a walk in from the beach. From seahorses, turtles, nudi-branchs, blue-spotted rays, barracudas and the occasional shark. Kata, Karon and other beaches have a lot to offer. For more information please look at our "Beach Dives Page"
Long tail boat dives are fun and adventurous, the boat allows us to reach often overlooked or sites that bigger boats just cannot access. These trips are a lot more personal than being on a larger boat, you will be with our SCUBA guide who will look after you through out the day. The sites are not as popular due to the accessibility, which means quieter divesites, with less people around and a lot more chance to explore!
Larger boats with on board amenities, dive in comfort with our selected partners. Select from 2 dive day trip or 3 dive trip. Let us know what you are interested in. If you are unsure please do not hesitate to contact us and we can help with recommendations suited for your experience, comfort and current local environment.
Liveaboards; focus on sleeping, eating and diving / rinse and repeat over 2, 3, 4 or even 6 days. Love SCUBA diving and just want to stay on board without the hassle of getting on and off the pier everyday? Great! We have some fantastic choices for you.
The Similan Islands consists of 9 islands, and is considered a natural park by the government. Hence SCUBA diving here is usually fantastic! Clear waters, large rock features, soft and hard corals. It has been the favorite for many divers over the years. Have a look at our 'Similans and North Andaman Page'.
Northern Andaman are further up the coast from the Similan Islands and they are usually reachable by staying on the liveaboards that have 3 or more nights within the itinerary. These sites are becoming more famous each year, thanks to the marine life and the surrounding beauty. Visit the 'Similans and North Andaman Page' for more information.
Southern Andaman sites are still relatively unexplored, and are usually quieter than the northern Andaman sites, from the 5 Islands making up Koh Haa, to Hin Muang (Purple Rock), Hin Daeng(Red Rock) and Koh Rok, the Southern sites offer a variety of diving. Large pelagic are usually found cruising around these sites as well as a healthy reef, mostly unaffected by mass tourism and devastating ecological events. Check out our 'Southern Andaman Page' for more information.