Fun Dive Phuket
All locations = 4000 THB (all inclusive)
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Explore some of the best scuba diving locations in Phuket with Scubadeep
With our all-inclusive package get ready to be picked up from Chalong, Phuket and journey in our luxury diving boat. The 25-meter long day-trip Boat is designed to keep your comfort in mind where you get to experience the rich blue waters, and vibrant marine life in complete comfort and safety.
The trip includes a visit to three different sites where certified divers will enjoy 3 dives.
The locations offer views of spectacular coral formations and mysterious underwater gardens teeming with exotic marine creatures which is a heaven for snorkelers to explore.
We offer the following dive sites for you to choose from:
Racha Yai & Racha Noi Islands
Dive Sites : Racha Yai and Racha Noi Islands
What to see: Ko Racha Yai is another great scuba dive site to conduct the PADI Open Water course. It is a great location to learn how to dive or experience diving in the Discover Scuba Diving program.
Phuket is home to all the perfect underwater diving conditions so it is not short of some of the most amazing diving sites in Thailand.
Phi Phi Islands :
DITE SITES : Koh Bida Nai and Bida Nok, Palang Bay, Maya Garden, Loh Samah Dive Sites
What to see: Koh Phi Phi offers tons of exciting dive sites to discover and observe a variety of marine life.
Anemone Reef :
Dive Site : Submerged Pinnacle in the middle of the Ocean
What to see: The Anemone Reef is a favorite of both photographers and divers alike. It offers beautiful corals to see, and the spectacle presented by sea fans sticking out of the pinnacle is something that always grabs one’s attention.
The pinnacle has a north-south orientation, with a small sloped channel close to the south part and is a sight to see in the deep blue sea.
Depth: The depth ranges from 5 to 30m (16 to 100 feet)
Shark Point :
What to see: The diversity and vibrancy of marine life that you will get to see here are truly unmatched. Each pinnacle is about 15-20 meters away from each other and has areas covered with striking purple and pink soft corals as well as beds of table coral, staghorn coral, coral head, and huge sea fans.
If the currents are favorable, the dive will start from one pinnacle to the other. But because of the huge variety of marine life to see, usually, a single dive is not enough.
Depth: The average depth is between 15m and 30m (50- 98 feet)
King Cruiser Wreck :
What to see: On the 4th May 1997, a passenger ferry known by the name of King Cruiser sank after hitting a plunged rock known as Anemone Reef. It was en route from Phuket to Phi Phi Islands. The wreck is near a popular dive site and never fails to excite divers of all types.
Depth: The average depth is between 18 and 35 meters (59- 115 feet).
Koh Dokmai :
What to see: Koh Dokmai Island plunges vertically down and forms a sort of wall. The west side forms a hard coral formation and extends between 12 to 20 meters (40- 66 feet). The eastern wall is more popular for its exotic views.
The walls of Koh Dok Mai Phuket have many noticeable cracks and crevices that form caves that many divers like to visit.
Depth: 30 meters (100 feet)
For more detailed information on Koh Dokmai please click here
Here’s what’s not included:
- The package does not include any underwater videos and pictures. But they can be requested from the diving staff on board with charges of 1000 THB per day.
- For certain locations, additional charges for pick and drop may apply. These include areas that are Surin onwards to Maikhao beach or the North of Phuket.
- Park Fees for Phi Phi Islands only are 600 THB per person. These can be paid directly to the park officials.