South side of Koh Talang (Koh Lipe)
The Dive Site! Stonehenge’s splendid colors will be remembered forever and leave a desire to come back here again and again. The pinnacle-like reef is full of colorful soft coral. Dive site is really sensitive to currents and diving here is worth planning during high or low tide or during the half moon.
East side of Koh Lipe
This small islet has a dive site all around it. The shallow bays are full of coral which serves as a home for a wide range of macro animals. The sloping walls of the island, on the other hand, provide a dive site for deeper dives and drift dives. The northwest corner of the island hides a magnificent colorful coral garden inhabited by seahorses.
8 Miles from Lipe to South
The pinnacles of the dive site offers insane scenery and an incredible amount of marine life. You can just admire everything that appears around you, or focus on looking for the little macro animals that are everywhere. In the summer of 2020, a total of eight whale sharks were seen here on the same dive! More than one dive is usually done here during the day.
A good dive site for drift diving, so you usually dive here between high and low tide. Koh Usen is a small island at the southern end of Lipe in front of Sunrise Beach. The 600-meter-long reef actually begins at little Koh Kla island and continues, turning into rock formations, all the way to Koh Use island. The reef is also known as Sunrise Reef. Mainly, only part of this dive site is dived during one dive.
The easy and shallow dive site is suitable as the third or fourth dive site of the day. Colorful corals provide beautiful views and shelter for small marine animals such as pipefishes and seahorses. Here you can enjoy diving without challenges and can fully relax while admiring the scenery.
This 75-meter vessel, previously used in fishing, caught fire in front of Lipe just over 10 years ago and sank as a result. Unfortunately, its lowest points are at a depth of about 30 meters, so the destination is only accessible to those who have completed a deep dive speciality course. The wreck has gathered a lot of marine life around it.
Koh Yang, between Adang and Rawi
A comprehensive dive site with many different landscapes and different marine life. The dive site is suitable for divers of all levels, as there is something to see both shallow and deep. Shallow bays full of healthy coral are great for beginners while boulders found deeper provide a more excellent diving environment for more experienced divers.
The dive site in front of Koh Rawi is easy to dive. Its coral-filled slope is a nice drift diving site where you can just float with the current and enjoy the scenery. Nemo, whose real species name is actually clownfish, greets divers floating past and the numerous fish species offer plenty to see here.
This dive site is one of the most diverse and beautiful sites in the entire marine park area. The dive site located in the strait receives a lot of nutrients and food for the animals due to the currents. There are a lot of colorful soft coral, large fan corals, seahorses and turtles. The destination is suitable for divers of all levels, but experience in drift diving is recommendable here.
Koh Dong, South side
This ridge-formated dive site is located in front of Koh Dong. The wide spectrum of hard coral provides a home for the colorful reef fish that there are several species here. Lobsters and crabs can be found in the cavities of the rocks if You look carefully. On the deeper sandy bottom you can find huge rays, scorpionfish and rockfish.
Koh Adang North-West
The dive site is perfect for drift diving, which can be started from the Expressway and continues all the way to the Big Rocks and Adang Corner dive sites. The strait between Adang and Rawi increases the intensity of the currents, but at the same time it results in currents bringing nutrients to these sites. Bamboo Sharks are often seen here if You just find the correct rock under which they are hiding.