Dive in Koh Lipe

    Koh Chabang Koh Lipe, Thailand

    Probably Koh Lipe's most picturesque site, popular with both snorkelers and divers. Beautiful soft coral cover a pinnacle underneath the surface to about 16 meters. There is a cleaning station here, so you never know who you're going to see.

    Koh Sawang Koh Lipe, Thailand

    This is a great dive with great visibility. Good chance on seeing something big from deep waters nearby. There is a huge black rock covered with soft coral that provides a fairytale backdrop. You can cruise around a few pinnacles and there is a very interesting shallow reef.

    8 Mile Rock Koh Lipe, Thailand

    This is a world class, but very peaceful dive for advanced divers only. Access to this site depends on weather and current conditions, so check in advance with a local dive centre if you really want to dive this site. 8 miles from the shore a pinnacle rises from below 40 meters to about 16 meters.…

    Koh Phung Koh Lipe, Thailand

    Beautiful scenery above and below the water: near a few stunning beaches you can dive along the island, which is surrounded by a deep channel. Surreal rock formations and weird looking corals house a lot of cowries.

    Yong Hua Koh Lipe, Thailand

    10 years ago the Thai fish processing ship Yong Hua sank to a depth of 40 meters near Lipe island and a reef has been established here. This is dive for divers with experience and requires a good deal of planning and thinking, in return you get to see an intact wreck and insight in reef formation.…

    Sail Rock Koh Lipe, Thailand

    An underwater ridge with lots of interesting marine life and hard corals. Occasionally hawksbill turtles come to feed on the coral. Highlights: Hawksbill Turtle, Sting rays, Giant puffer fish, Batfish Depth: 5 – 18 mtr. Currents: Mild.

    Stonehenge Koh Lipe, Thailand

    5 minutes away from the island an impressive submerged granite pinnalce rises up from the seabed. The topography alone makes it worth a visit. Leopard sharks, big schools of barracuda’s, trevallies and fusiliers all frequent here. Brown marbled groupers and honeycomb morays inhabit the place as…