3 Dives at Racha islands

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays

Depending on the current conditions we take you to Racha Island for 3 dives on different dive sites.

These dive sites offer easy conditions for training dives and diverse marine life for experienced divers to explore.

Dive sites vary from hard coral reefs to wrecks and artificial reefs. Several dive sites feature huge rock formations and sandy bays that are home for special creatures such as pipefish, turtles and rays.

The price excludes:

equipment rental 500 THB for full set.


3 Dives at Phi Phi and Shark Point

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays


We offer 2 dives in the national park and 1 dive at either Shark Point, Anemone Reef or Koh Dok Mai depending on the conditions.

All the dive sites have huge diversity of marine life in abundance. Very good chances to see blacktip reef sharks and turtles. Shark Point is also starting to live up to its reputation again. Anemone Reef is probably the most beautiful dive site around Phuket when conditions are right and Koh Dok Mai never fails to produce incredible macro life.

The price excludes:

equipment rental 500 THB for full set.

Phi Phi National Park Fee 600 THB for divers and 400 THB for non-divers

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2 Dives at King Cruiser and Shark Point


We will take you to the most famous wreck in Thailand. Depending on the conditions we will take you to Shark Point and well as long as it is safe for all the divers on the boat.

This wreck has been laying on the bottom since 1997 and has deteriorated over the years, but now offers a home for the largest concentration of fishes in the region. You will find that barracudas, snappers, mackerels and rainbow runners create a living fish soup on top of the hull and numerous lion, scorpion and porcupine fish take refuge in the overhangs and crevices.

The price excludes:

equipment rental 500 THB for full set.


All day trips include:

Return transfer from Kamala, Patong, Karon, Kata, Rawai and Chalong

Mandatory Insurance

Dive Guide with small groups max 5 divers

Breakfast, lunch, snacks and fresh fruits

Water, coffee, tea and soft drinks