Our Dive Destinations
Thailand and Myanmar (formerly Burma) are brimming with some of the most captivating and sought-after dive destinations in the world. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced diver, these two countries offer unparalleled underwater experiences that will leave you with unforgettable memories.
We have carefully selected the best dive sites in Thailand and Myanmar to offer you unique experiences. From colorful coral reefs to spectacular rock formations and encounters with extraordinary marine species, you will be amazed by the richness, beauty, and preservation of these places.
Prepare to explore vibrant reefs, have fascinating encounters with marine fauna, or dive into technical sites. Thailand and Myanmar are dive destinations that will exceed all your expectations. Discover diving in an extraordinary underwater world where wonder awaits you with every immersion.
Dive into the wonders of our dive destinations in Thailand and Myanmar (Burma). With over 30 years of experience, our family-owned dive center has explored the waters of the Andaman Sea to present you with an exceptional selection of the region’s best dive sites.
Our dive destinations are divided into three categories:
Hin Daeng – Hin Muang – Koh Haa – Koh Phi Phi
Les îles du Sud
Known as the “Pearl of the Andaman,” they harbor gems like Koh Haa, Hin Muang, Hin Daeng, and Phi Phi, making them one of the top dive destinations in Southeast Asia.
These preserved and less-visited islands south of Phuket will surprise you with each dive, offering an unmatched density of marine life and great diversity. The rock formations of Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, along with the uninhabited island group of Koh Haa, provide incredible landscapes with cliffs, coves, and hidden beaches.
Similan Islands – Surin Islands – Richelieu Rock
The Northern Islands
They include the Similan and Surin archipelagos and are home to must-visit sites like Richelieu Rock, renowned as one of the best diving sites in Thailand.
These virgin and uninhabited islands, located about 80 km northwest of Phuket and Khao Lak, offer an incredible variety of marine species. Classified as marine national parks, they are subject to conservation efforts to protect the coral reefs and turtles that inhabit them.
Together with Koh Tachai and Koh Bon, the Similan and Surin archipelagos, as well as Richelieu Rock, are among the top ten diving destinations in the world.
Myanmar (formerly Burma)
Located further north, this archipelago offers an exceptional diving experience. Its 800 pristine islands, composed of granite and limestone, cover an area of 36,000 km², providing numerous unexplored sites.
Dive into diverse environments such as plateaus, canyons, and tunnels, all adorned with colorful hard and soft corals, giant gorgonians, and alcyonarian forests. Here, you’ll encounter both sedentary and pelagic marine fauna, creating magical moments and unique encounters with both the marine depths and fellow diving enthusiasts around you.
Prepare yourself for timeless moments, extraordinary underwater and human encounters, all forged by an unbounded passion for the vast blue and magical expanses of the oceans.