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SCUBA Diving & Snorkeling
Tarutao National Park is a protected archipelago made up of at least 45 islands.
Diving & Snorkeling on Koh Lipe is relatively unspoiled and teeming with many fish including whale sharks, turtles and dolphins!
There are at least 7 underwater pinnacles forming a beautiful and one-of-a-kind reef system that is unique to this part of South East Asia. Visibility can be up to 30 meters under calm and clear conditions.
The best snorkeling around Koh Lipe can be found on one of the many popular snorkel trips that take you to 4 or 5 nearby islands where you can snorkel, relax on the beach and explore the islands.
There some great dive packages available with most dive centres
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8 Mile Rock- Divers paradise at its best. This is a deep sea pinnacle and recommended for 'advanced' divers only. There are only a few days out of the month when it is possible to dive this site so if your planning your vacation around diving,check with us for a dive schedule. the top of 8 Mile Rock is about 14 meters below the surface and is covered in majestic soft corals .....Whale sharks can be seen here!
Koh Chabang - 18 meters deep and perfect for beginners. Home to just about every imaginable species of fish. Eels, Stonefish and squid can all be seen here. Probably Koh Lipe's most picturesque site, popular with both snorkelers and divers.
Koh Sawang - This is the southernmost island in Thailand with an unimaginable amount of marine life. Tall granite stones and beds of soft corals are home to Sweetlips, barracuda and some of your bigger pelagic species.
Yong Hua (The Shipwreck) -The average depth is 34 meters, but if you are an advanced diver, this is an extremely exciting dive. Koh Dong -Made up of a few of the best dive sites in the Marine park. Ghost Pipefish, sharks, Mantas and an abundant and beautiful array of corals.
Honey Island Drift Dive - A very cool and exciting dive during the right periods. Loaded with corals and pelagics, this is a site not to miss!