Pattaya

The Hardeep was sunk by Allied bombers during World War II.

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Koh Chang

This is for me a great opportunity to meet many people

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Koh Tao

I'm relaxed all day and I'm wearing sandals

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Similans

Fish, whale sharks, manta rays, nemo .... well .... what a dream ...

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Koh Phiphi

The advantage is that I'm doing something I love

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Koh Lipe

We offer the best 18 dives 3 marine parks Koh Tarutao, Our trip covers more than 100 nautical miles from Koh Lipe and Koh Phi Phi.

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Cruise Phuket on 2013/2014 ....Atmosphere, fun, fun and cheap price guaranteed .....Cruise 6 days / 5 nightsFish, whale sharks, manta rays ....némo .... finally the dream what ...

raie aux similans

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Phuket

The island of Phuket in Thailand is often called "The Pearl of the South ', but for lovers of diving, it is certainly the crown jewel of the Andaman Sea, one of the most diving destinations deemed the world. This island paradise is just 8 degrees north of the equator, enjoying a tropical climate with a water temperature of 24 ° C (78 ° F) on average and a variety of underwater life

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Koh Phiphi 

Is a special island. There are no roads, so no motorcycle or car, which  actually a quieter and more "relaxed" place elsewhere. It does not make less of a place  more attractive: you can go rock climbing, walks, "snorkeling" (fins,  mask, snorkel), kayaking, waterskiing, fishing, windsurfing, parachute  upward .....and Diving

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Similans Island

Phuket

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Koh Lipe

Phuket, nicknamed the "Pearl of the South", is the largest island in Thailand.

Map of dive site phuket and koh phiphi

The west side includes most tourist infrastructure and the best beaches. There are three major tourist areas that are Patong, Karon and Kata, but if you want to get away from the crowd, the areas of Rawai and Chalong, south, and those of Bang Tao Naithon, Nai Yang north are perfect for a quiet stay and the heart of nature.

You can dive all year round in Phuket, the monsoon season (May to November) makes the sea is rough but the days are sunny with thunderstorms in the late afternoon. To avoid the months of May / June and September when rainfall can be heavy and last for hours ...

Phuket offers a dozen dive sites, located south and east of the island, towards Phi Phi. Wreck, walls, pinnacles, coral gardens, the dive sites are accessible to all levels. Sometimes one or two mantas come to enjoy the currents of the southern tip of Racha Noi, the schools of fish swarm to Anemone Reef and Shark Point where it is common to see sharks, zebras, wildlife macro hides in crevices of the wall Koh Doc Mai, while the King Cruiser wreck host many batfish, lionfish, scorpion fish, turtles and sometimes it is the passage of a whale shark. Coral gardens Racha Yai is the perfect site for the beginner course and non-divers who want to enjoy the show with a mask and snorkel.

 koh phiphi

Most sites are shared with the island of Phi Phi, as equidistant from the two islands. There are two sites not to miss Phi Phi are the islands of Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai one. Expect to come across some black tips, turtles, schools of tropical fish, sea fans vibrant and colorful coral reefs ... housing a variety of sea creatures.

Similans Island

Phuket

Koh Phiphi

Koh Lipe

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