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Time by our speedboat: 8 mins

Koh Yuak
Depth: Average 10m
In front of Kai Bae, Koh Yuak is a small inhabitant island in the gulf of Thailand, the small beach full of corals is perfect for snorkeling. Passing your PADI Open Water Diver Course, Discover Scuba Diving at the island is ideal because here are sandy bottom for the scuba skills and shallow water with nearly no current.

Hin Saam Sao
Depth: Average 11m / Maximum 16m
Located in the Northwest of Koh Chang, it has a slightly sloping reef with a maximum depth of 15 meters and a visibility of 5 to 10 meters. A very good spot for snorkeling, teaching diving and rediscover diving if you hasn’t been diving since a while.

Hin Rap
Depth: Average 11m / Maximum 16m
Two dives can be done here, one around the rock, watching barracudas, turtles, batfish, stonefish, porcupine fish, stingrays, and morays amongst both hard and soft corals.
The second one is little bit deeper and located in the North and coming with lot of corals and smalls canyons. Rays, anemone fish, angelfish, groupers, parrotfish and triggerfish and mores are also regular encounters as is the occasional turtle


Time by our speedboat: 18 mins

Hin Luk Bath
Depth: Average 11m / Maximum 25m
Prime dive sites around Koh Chang. Hin Luk Bath is a pinnacle that offers refuge to plenty of shoaling fish.
There are moray eels, stingrays, parrotfish, snappers, fusiliers, big groupers, butterfly fish, banner fish, barracuda, angelfish, and many more. Passengers can observe dolphin on the way to the dive site. The pinnacle is surrounded by huge boulders that offer some great swim through. Great for night diving. The deepest point is 25 meters, but like in most of the dive we stay between 5 to 16m. The abundance of Christmas tree worms makes it very colorful.

Time by our speedboat: 24 mins

Hin Raap South
Depth: Average 11m / Maximum 18m
Hin Raap South is an underwater rock with two dives sites: one around the rock spotting turtle, batfish, stonefish, porcupine fish, stingrays, moray eels, often we see big barracuda and the other one off the North, deeper and richer in coral with a lovely canyon. Off course rays, morays, angelfish, groupers, triggerfish, anemonefish, parrotfish can be seen.

Blue Berry Hill
Depth: Maximum 16m
Close to Hin Raab, a bare rock full of fish with only the Southside having coral. It’s a great place for spotting nudibranches, batfish, stingray, eels and groupers.


Time by our speedboat: 28 mins

HTMS Chang wreck 712
Depth: 33 m
HTMS CHANG formerly the US Lincoln was sunk on the 22/11/12 around 5 km off the fisherman village of Bangbao on Koh Chang. For the travelers who are interested in wreck, it’s a dream. Scuba diving there is extremely exciting for the divers as this ship is over 100 meters long and it’s the biggest wreck in Thailand. HTMS Chang will provide many dives for wreck enthusiasts to explore.The wreck is ideally suitable for advanced divers but open water certified divers can still dive to 18m deep. Open Water divers are able to descend the tower and take a look at the captain’s cabin and then explore above deck and look at the gun turrets. Advanced divers are able to go deeper and there are some great swim through to get the adrenalin pumping. We are also able to offer wreck specialty course

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