Dive in Thailand

Diving packages in Thailand

Discover Scuba Diving

Why Discover Scuba Diving? The Discover Scuba Diving program lets you experience the thrill of diving under the supervision of a Professional in pool or pool-like conditions. During your adventure, you'll master some basic concepts and scuba skills and might even head off to experience an open water adventure. What do I need to start? Minimum age: 10 A completed and signed Discover Scuba Diving…

Broadcast Documentary Course

This is the ultimate course. Specifically aimed at the more experienced individual to show them how to create a Broadcast Documentary. Taking our experience with the BBC and National Geographic, we will train you in the art of conception, storyboarding, treatment, commisioning, preproduction, shot lists, narration, special effects and much much more. Lasting 4 - 6 weeks, this course will culminate…
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PADI Open Water and PADI Advanced Course in 5 days

Now you can do your PADI Open Water Course and your PADI Advanced Diver Course in 5 days (9 open water dives). This package includes next to the PADI certification cards and the manuals, also a private instructor for your small group, the pool and theory sessions and on the boat: breakfast, lunch, fruits, coffee, tea, water and soda's. Not included are far away trips and marine park fee.

ADVANCED OPEN WATER PADI

License PADI PADI Advanced Open Water The Adventures in Diving program offers both the Adventure Diver and Advanced Open Water Diver certifications. If you complete any three adventure dives, you can earn your PADI Adventure Diver certification. If you complete your Deep Adventure Dive, Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive and three Adventure Dives for a total of five, you can earn your Advanced…

PADI Open Water Diver

The PADI Open Water Diver course is the world’s most popular scuba course, and has introduced millions of people to the adventurous diving lifestyle. The PADI Open Water Diver course consists of three main phases:1.0 Knowledge Development (online, home study or in a classroom ) to understand basic principles of scuba diving2.0 Confined Water Dives to learn basic scuba skills3.0 Open Water Dives…

Scuba Diving in Thailand

Thailand is blessed with gorgeous weather, fantastic beaches, and handy diving a few kilometres from a fun-packed shoreline.

The Andaman Sea, with its warm clear waters crammed with colourful, tropical fish-life and corals, set around stunningly beautiful tropical islands, offers the best diving in Thailand by far.

Phuket, Khao Lak, Koh Lanta, Phi Phi Islands and Ao Nang Beach - Krabi are the best resort areas for a Thailand diving holiday. Phuket is best placed to serve the whole region, and is popular with party-goers, whilst Khao Lak is ideally placed to focus on the northern Thai Andaman Sea. Diving in Koh Lanta allows to discover the diving in the southern area; Ao Nang is set on the peaceful and spectacularly beautiful Krabi coastline across Phang Nga Bay, and Phi Phi's magic draws sunseekers and travellers for the beaches and a slice of island-life.

The biggest draw-card here are the liveaboards cruising around world class dive sites in the Similans, Burma and Hin Daeng.

The picturesque Similan Islands are the most popular destination, with superb underwater scenery and excellent visibility in its aquamarine waters. Huge deep water boulder formations create daring swim-throughs as well as providing dramatic back-drops to its vibrant coral gardens and reef slopes. You can dive here by liveaboard or diving day tours.

The world famous Richelieu Rock, diveable from both Koh Surin and koh Similan is perhaps the Thailand's most famous site, and it rates as one of the best places in the world for diving with whale sharks. Koh Bon and Koh Tachai are great for manta rays and white tip reef shark encounters.

Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, both located in Koh Lanta, is your best chance to see grey reef sharks, patrolling the walls. Besides that, it's also the second home in the Andaman Sea for whale sharks and mantas. Dive Hin Daeng and you'll experience the excitement of diving Thailand's highest vertical wall. Nearby caves and caverns add to the thrill of adventure.

On the Gulf of Thailand you cannot miss the divers paradise Koh Tao! The turtle island offers diving possibilities for all levels, reefs, wrecks, ocean dive sites, and whalesharks (when in season), being Chumphon Pinnacle the most famous divesite for sharks sighting. It is also famous for quality and cheap courses (it's one of the cheapest in the whole Asia).

Sairee Beach, Koh Tao

Travel to Thailand

The kingdom of Thailand attracts more tourists than any other nation in South East Asia. Some say it's the outstanding natural beauty, warm seas and fine beaches that are its main draw card. Others would argue that the main attractions are its fascinating culture and religion, inspirational temples, and ancient ruined civilisations. Still others come for more basic pleasures that Thailand satisfies - spicy and tasty food, low cost living, and lively nightlife.

However, it's the narrow southern peninsula running down to Malaysia that provides some spectacular adventure opportunities. Both the Andaman Sea to the west and the Gulf of Thailand to the east are liberally sprinkled with picturesque island tourist destinations and national marine parks.

With everything from old WWII wrecks, extensive cave systems, drop offs and holes, hundreds of continental and oceanic islands and a diverse marine ecology Thailand truly offers some of the best diving in the world. A solid tourism infrastructure also means that many destinations within the Kingdom are geared up solely for divers, some resort spots have over 30 dive shops offering everything from day drips to liveaboards to mixed gas, technical diving and Instructor Development Courses.

Some Gulf of Thailand areas to mention: diving in Koh Tao is considered the mecca for learning to dive and diving in Pattaya offers some of the best wreck diving in Thailand;

But it's the Andaman Sea, and in particular diving the Similan Islands, that's the jewel in the crown when you want the best liveaboard charter diving. Dive in Koh Phi Phi for a real beach life, or dive Koh Lanta for an idyllic stay. Dive the Similan Islands for a world class experience, and indulge in the Thai way of living. The best hub for reaching all Andaman dive sites is Phuket, and diving the Similans are a world class dive spot with probably the best visibility and marine life in the Kingdom.



  • Koh Tao

    Koh Tao
  • koh tao beach

    koh tao beach
  • Sairee Beach, Koh Tao

    Sairee Beach, Koh Tao
  • Koh Tao pier

    Koh Tao pier
  • Pattaya Dive Sites

    Pattaya Dive Sites
  • Koh tao beach front

    Koh tao beach front
  • Krabi, Thailand

    Krabi, Thailand
  • Blue spotted ray

    Blue spotted ray