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Overview of Scuba Diving in Ko Lanta

The name Ko Lanta refers to the collection of three main islands lying around 80km south of Krabi, a relatively large city complete with airport on Thailand’s lower mainland. The three islands, Ko Kla...


Overview of Scuba Diving in Ko Pha-ngan

The tiny island of Ko Pha-ngan, famous for its full moon parties on Haad Rin beach, unbeatable scuba diving and multitude of sandbars, lies to the east of the Thailand mainland, around 55km off shore....


Overview of Scuba Diving in Bang Lamung

The Bang Lamung district of Thailand is located in the Chon Buri region, right on the mainland coast and just south east of the capital city of Bangkok. The district is a popular tourist location, par...


Overview of Scuba Diving in Mueang Phuket

The Mueang Phuket district of the island of Phuket arguably offers some of the best scuba diving locations in the whole of Thailand. Taking in most of the southern end of this popular tourist destinat...


Overview of Scuba Diving in Kathu

Phuket Island is internationally recognized as one of Thailand’s premier scuba diving hotspots, a veritable treasure of vibrant coral reefs, abundant marine life, and crystal clear waters. Divided int...


Overview of Scuba Diving in Thalang

Thalang District is the northernmost half of the island of Phuket, arguably one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand. It’s known for the protected rainforests of the Khao Phra Thaeo re...


Overview of Scuba Diving in Ko Samui

The picturesque island of Ko Samui, one of the most popular of Thailand’s touristic outlying islands, has a well-deserved reputation as a scuba diving paradise. Located in the Gulf of Thailand, and so...


Posted on: February 23, 2017

by Charles Bird

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Become A Scuba Diving Professional With Thailand Divers

If you love scuba diving and hate the "rat race" then this may just be the way to go. Here in Phuket Thailand we can offer you the greatest life changing step you will ever make.Here in the warm tropics amongst the many Thailand islands lies Phuket. Just off the west coast. If you have never been diving phuket then you know that it really is awesome diving and some of the best scuba diving Thailand has to offer. For those that have been then they will as so many before have been then are hooked. Then there are the lucky few who can call this island paradise home.


Posted on: February 18, 2017

by Charles Bird

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The Great Diving and NON Diving Tours Of Phuket Thailand

What with all the trouble in the Middle East and all the people who normally dive in the Red Sea now having to look elsewhere to dive. Many are looking to the warm waters of Phuket Thailand to get their diving fix but there are so many choices for those that never travel out of the Red Sea. So many phuket dive centers to choose from. There are so many places to dive, so many dive sites. Where do they choose?? I am not going to say this is best or thats the best as everyone is different and everyone wants something different out of their trip . The beat thing is to listen to other people and what they say. The common consensus is the best islands in Thailand are the Similan islands.


Posted on: February 10, 2017

by Charles Bird

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There Are 101 Reasons to Love Phuket Thailand

Yes Phuket is the perfect place to explore the best islands in Thailand from. There are trip departing everyday to all the main locations. The best of the Phuket islands if you are a water baby and want to experience the best scuba diving Thailand has, then the similan islands is the place to head for.


Posted on: January 22, 2017

by Charles Bird

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The Best Scuba Diving in Thailand with Thailand Divers

With unbeatable access to all of the best diving in Thailand, its own varied and fascinating underwater worlds, plus its legendary topside attractions of fantastic beaches and thumping nightlife, Phuket Thailand remains very popular with both young and experienced scuba divers alike.


Posted on: November 13, 2016

by Charles Bird

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Thailand Divers Now Offers The Complete Holiday Package, Hotels, Tours, Dive Tours and PADI Courses.

The on top of that just off the north west coast we have the Similan islands. This offers some of the best diving on the planet. The similans are a chain of nine islands with gentle sloping reefs and perfectly clear water for most of the year. Think similan Thailand and you will have the best diving you will find anywhere. A normal similan liveabaord will take in thesimilan national park, the surin islands and a day diving richelieu rock. A few days diving from a similan liveabaord will be the highlight of any scuba diving trip.


Posted on: September 26, 2016

by Charles Bird

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Discover Scuba Diving Phuket Is So Much Fun.

The best thing in my mind that you gain from a day or course diving in Thailand is the friends you make and the people you meet from all over the world. You all leave as one. Part of the ever growing club that has experienced what is one amazing day you spent scuba diving Phuket.


Posted on: September 13, 2016

by Charles Bird

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The Similan Islands. Experience The Worlds Best Diving

and soft corals. Crystal clear waters where 40 meter visibility is the norm rather than the exception. May be the fact that when in phuket diving in Thailand the water is around 28 or 29 degrees for most of the year. At shallower depths its can reach 31 degrees in the latter end of the season.


Posted on: August 31, 2016

by Charles Bird

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The Amazing Dive Sites Of Phuket Thailand Part 3. Koh Doc Mai

A good variety of small creatures make this site a favourite for Phuket dive shops. Tigertail seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish and anglerfish are among the species frequently found along the walls. Go slowly and check crevices in the wall or the sea fans and you may spot them when they move. The walls are also a paradise for macro photographers, as colourful nudibranch, flatworms, tiny white eyed morays and groups of 10 or more dancing shrimp are guaranteed to make an appearance.


Posted on: August 26, 2016

by Charles Bird

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Could it be you who Finds the Next Million Pound treasure Ship??

ife forever. here in phuket thailand we have warm clear waters perfect for scuba diving. Shallow reefs teeming with life (ideal for wooden treasure ships to hit and sink). In phuket scuba diving is well worth doing as its cheap to learn to dive in Phuket and the rewards are amazing even if you dont find a treasure a ship.


Posted on: August 13, 2016

by Charles Bird

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A Quick Guide To Some Of The Fish You Will See Diving In Phuket Thailand and The Similan Islands

Anglerfish are bony fish in the order Lophiiformes, named for their characteristic mode of predation, wherein a fleshy growth from the fish's head (the esca) acts as a lure; this is considered analogous to angling. Anglerfish are both pelagic and benthic fishes of the abyss (e.g. Ceratiidae) and the continental shelf (e.g. the frogfishes Antennariidae and the monkfish/goosefish Lophiidae) respectively. They occur worldwide. Pelagic forms are most laterally compressed whereas the benthic forms are often extremely dorsoventrally compressed (depressed) often with large upward pointing mouths.