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Along the coast of Koh Kood beautiful coral reefs are found between 6 and 21 meters. A number of giant barrel sponges and one or the other soft and whip coral have settled in the rock and hard coral formations. There's the possibility to discover stingrays, scorpion fish, nudibranchs and puffer fish - to name just a few. Even turtles are spotted sometimes. Visibility is best between December and February and the water temperature is between 27 and 31°C all year round. There are hardly any currents, so our reefs are suitable for beginners and relaxed dives. A little further north-west of Koh Kood lies the marine national park of Koh Rang and the wreck of the HMTS Chang.






In Neverland you will find large rock and hard coral formations as well as the sea fans that are rare around Koh Kood. There are schools of yellowtail barracuda and snapper. Angelfish, Scorpionfish and Indian Ocean Walkmen are also commonly seen.





Hin Loy

The small "floating" rock is the entrance to a rock formation with big bolders, small canyons and little caves. Marine life is abundant here. Hin Loy is an excellent place to spot all different kinds of nudiebranch and may hold special surprises.

It's one of the lesser visited divesites and there can be a moderate current.




Bang Bao

This shallow dive site is perfect for beginners and intro dives. It's a beautiful hard coral reef with yellow tail barracuda and schooling parrot fish in the upper part and scorpionfish and stingrays in the deeper, sandy part.





Ao Toom

Ao Toom is a dive site with two reefs separated only by a narrow strip of sand. The shallower reef runs along the coast and is home to giant clams and schools of yellowtail barracuda. The deeper of the two reefs has some of Koh Kood's finest coral. In addition to moray eels, there are good chances of titan triggerfish and turtles.





Hin Chedi with it's rock and hard coral formations is our house reef. It's a huge reef which you can dive at least three times without seeing the same coral twice. It's easy to enter from shore, which makes it a perfect dive site for beginners. Experienced divers will reach the deeper part of Hin Chedi by boat. At this dive site you'll have a good chance for nudiebranch, lionfish and stingrays.

Hin Chedi





Koh Raet

Thanks to it's underwater sculpture park, Koh Raet is the most popular dive and snorkeling site of Koh Kood.
The hard coral reef is home to huge table corals, blue spotted stingrays, porcupine fish and cuttlefish. If you're very lucky you'll spot the vertically swimming razorfish here - a very rare sight.





On this long stretched hard coral reef you'll find amongst others yellow tail barracuda, diamont batfish, scorpionfish, cuttlefish and with a bit of luck even a turtle. Soneva is also a good place to spot indian ocean walkmans.

In the deeper northern part there are big rock formations which are usually a good place to spot some nudiebranch.





Ao Lak Uan

Ao Lak Uan is a small but beautiful reef and one of the lesser visited dive spots around Koh Kood.

It's home to big barrel sponges, hard and soft coral and huge fields of anemones. Which gave Ao Lak Uan it's second name "Anemone reef". You've got good chances to spot boxfish, stingrays and maybe some batfish. If you're very lucky there are cobias to be found on the edge of the reef.





This dive site with hard coral formations and depths between 13 to 21m is suited for more experienced divers. There might be a moderate current on this not so well known dive spot. Besides oriental sweetlip, yellow tail barracuda and lionfish you can find here a big school of fusilier.

Mikes Secret Reef





Ao Pak Weng

This beautiful hard coral reef is not frequently visited. It’s home to hard and whip corals and one of the few dive sites around Koh Kood with sometimes a moderate current. Usually you'll spot blue spotted sting rays, nudiebranch, lionfish and pufferfish here.



5 - 28m

Koh Rang marine national park

The group of uninhabited islands around Koh Rang

belongs to the national park Mu Koh Chang, which

was established in 1982. 

Corals are amazing here and marine life is abundant.

You can spot barracuda, a huge school of fusilier, file fish, titan triggerfish, batfish and maybe even cobias and turtles, just to name a few. 

Besides Koh Yak Yai and Koh Yak Lek, two popular dive and snorkel sites in Koh Rang, we visit also Three finger reef and the Pinnacle, Koh Rangs deepest dive site.





HTMS Chang Wreck

With a length of 110m the HTMS Chang is the largest shipwreck in Thailand. The “birds nest” of the perfectly upright wreck starts at 5m, the bridge is on 15m and the main deck is on 24m. Surrounded by an incredible amount of fish the HTMS Chang is a highlight for every certified diver. You can dive the wreck of the HTMS Chang with an Open Water license, since even in a depth of 18m there's a lot to discover.

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