Divers who have an Open Water Diver certification and above can enjoy the beauty of this diving location in Thailand.

The picturesque rock stretched from the north to the south, the top of which is at a depth of 14 to 18 meters and covered with a continuous field of constantly moving anemones. That makes you believe as if the rock is alive. You can start you leisure trip from any point of the site floating around the seamount. You never know who you going to meet around the corner — superlative hunters silvery trevally, flocks of giant striped barracudas, curious butterflyfish or the queen of the seas — Whaleshark:

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Divers who have Advanced Open Water Diver or Deep Diver certification level will get even more pleasure from diving because on the deeper parts of the site (30 or 40 m) you can meet huge sleeping cuttlefish or a fish floating upside down — Razorfish. And in order not to lose your head over underwater beauties, diving should be supervised by experienced instructors and PADI Divemasters who will promptly tell you about your decompression time and remind you of a safety stop, especially important at the end of a deep dive. Wishing you tons of pleasure in the ocean of safe diving in Thailand!

Koh Tao diving CHumphon Pinnacke