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Whale shark passing Koh Ha One (Koh Ha North or Koh Ha Nua) see dive site map 2 days in a roll 28th - 29th March 2009.
Koh Ha is a local dive that we arrange for 3 days per week but this trip is very special because we have a lucky person who just finished Open Water Course and decide to make fun dive with us. On 28th March 09, our 1st dive we went to 20 meters then up to around 15 - 16 meters. When we try to find special marine life on , my buddy tapping us to turn to the right side. Suddenly, the great marine life of this trip shown up. We scream with happiness even though we have regulator in our mouth.

Dive site : Koh Ha
Location : Koh Ha One (Koh Ha Nua or Koh Ha North)
Depth : 16 m.
Visibilities : 10 m.
Size of whale shark : 4 m.
Number of whale shark : 2 

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Great Deals For Diving In Thailand!

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The diving conditions are pretty amazing on the Anadaman coast right now with very calm seas, little wind, good visibility, lots of reports of Mantas and Whale sharks, and best of all, very few divers.

Thanks to the Airport problems last year, Thailand has it's lowest level of tourist visitors in years. Bad news? Not if you like empty beaches, uncrowded dive sites and very low rates for hotel rooms. The Thai government are also talking about FREE visas and half price flights with Thai Airways. Grab a deal while they last!
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Great Dive on King Cruiser wreck

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Yet another gorgeous day on the azure Andaman Sea, with brilliant sun and beaming smiles all around the boat. The dive on the King Cruiser began with moderate current, dropping down the stern onto the leeward side of the wreck to view the intact massive propellers, followed by a leisurely cruise along the port side spotting multiple species of colorful frilly nudibranch and lurking bearded scorpion fish. Pushing around the bow to view packs of hunting lionfish, we then moved on to a cinematic drift dive down the starboard side among enveloping clouds of snapper and fusiliers. We had a lot of happy divers with big smiles on their faces on the way back!

Krabi High Season Is Here!

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Ao Nang Beach Sunset.jpgOfficial high season is here, and due to the current world financial crisis we're expecting a low business volume this season - that means uncrowded dive sites!
Dive boats are now going out to all the sites around Phi Phi, the local islands off Ao Nang beach, Shark Point Marine Sanctuary, King Cruiser Wreck, Ko Ha Islands and Hin Daeng and Hin Muang. So if you want to try a one day try-dive or go deep with the Mantas and Whale Sharks, grab your fins and head to Krabi.
Check out the schedule for November at Dive Schedule Online or download it here - diving schedule November.pdf

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