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Best Places in Thailand for Scuba Diving

Koh TaoKoh SamuiKrabi, Koh Phi Phi, PattayaPhuket, Similan Islands, Koh Lanta, Koh Lipe, Surin Islands and more.

Scuba Diving in Thailand is an exhilarating adventure activity in the wonders of the azure blue ocean waters. You will come across some of the colorful fish species as well as deadly shark families as well. Thailand is very much popular for its exciting diving sites where you can go deep up to 30 meters into the sea to enjoy the beautiful scenes of the coral ridges as well as rock formations. Taking part in this activity, you will be teeming with energy, beauty, and prospect for a once-in-a-lifetime marine encounter.

Popular Thailand Scuba Diving places like Koh Tao lets you enjoy calm currents and shallow coral reefs while Koh Samui lets you enjoy diving in tropical climates. While Krabi offers you a fully immersive liveaboard experience as well as a stunning stretch of coastline to spend some fun-filled moments, Koh Phi Phi lets you capture the sights of the mammoth leopard sharks. You can visit these best places in Thailand for scuba diving during your visit to make some everlasting memories and bring an adventurous twist to your vacation.
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Scuba Diving In Pattaya (For Beginners)


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Scuba Diving In Krabi


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People Also Ask About Scuba Diving in Thailand

  1. Where can I go for scuba diving in Thailand?

    1. Koh Tao: Scuba divers come to Koh Tao as it's one of the world's most popular learning destinations! When arranging a trip to Koh Tao, it's easy to become overwhelmed as the island has over 70 dive schools! So, when it comes to such a significant investment of your time and money, a little research goes a long way. People travel from all over the world to take cheap driving lessons on the island because the dive locations are relatively easy to navigate, with calm currents and shallow coral reefs.

    Whale sharks are occasionally seen around Koh Tao, and it is one of the few spots in the world where you may see them up close. Apart from the big stuff, you'll see turtles, reef sharks, Leopard Sharks, barracudas, and the rest of the typical South-East Asian reef life. All year long, you can go diving on Koh Tao. The finest diving season is from May through August when the weather is ideal.

    14/20 Moo 1, Surat Thani, Koh Tao, Surat Thani 84360, Thailand
    Price:  11,000 baht
    Timing: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM 

    2. Koh Samui: 
    You'll know you've arrived in aquatic paradise when you dive into the clear, tropical waters that encircle Koh Samui. This small island delivers a big punch with a variety of sites including granite pinnacles, craggy seamounts, and beautiful coral reefs alive with life.

    The calm, clear waters of Koh Samui give consistent conditions all year. At any time of year, you can see titan triggerfish, sea snakes, and hawksbill turtles, as well as rock and coral formations. With water temperatures seldom dipping below 84°F/29°C, it's easy to see why so many people like diving in Koh Samui.

    Location: 158/6 Moo 1 Bophut Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84320, Thailand
    Price: 5,980 THB per person to 15,400 THB per person
    Timing: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM 

    3. Krabi: 
    Krabi provides alternatives for you, whether you desire a fully immersive liveaboard experience or just a day excursion to some of Thailand's top underwater spots. While most of the travelers head to Thailand's islands, this stunning stretch of coastline offers just as much excitement above and below the ocean.

    Keep a watch out for seahorses and pipefish in this area, which specializes in sea life. These island shallows are ideal for first-time divers to get their feet wet. You also have the option of visiting the local Ao Nang Beach area dive sites, which are only a short distance away or joining one of the daily boat journeys to the offshore dive sites, such as those of the Phi Phi Islands. 

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    Location:  119, Ao Nang, Krabi 81180, Thailand
    Price: 14,000 THB per person
    Timing: 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM 

    4. Koh Phi Phi: 
    The Phi Phi Islands are one of the most beautiful, gorgeous, and charming islands in the world, and have attracted visitors since being featured in the film 'The Beach'. These islands' crystal blue waters are filled with a diverse array of intriguing underwater species. Shark Point, which has been designated as a marine park, offers divers the unique opportunity to swim with leopard sharks.

    The beaches of the Phi Phi islands are extremely spectacular and are widely regarded as some of Thailand's best. This dive location is open all year, however the best visibility is between February and May.

    Location: 103 Moo 7 Phi Phi Island Ao Nang, Krabi 81000, Thailand
    Price: 3300 THB per person
    Timing: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM  

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    5. Pattaya: 
    It goes without saying that you must experience scuba diving when in Pattaya. Scuba diving in Pattaya is always a good idea. You'll never want to leave the wonderful world underneath the turquoise green water and return to the beach. It's awe-inspiring, to put it mildly. Scorpionfish, batfish, sweetlips, and hawksbill turtles are frequently seen in scuba diving spots in Pattaya.

    Only half of the enjoyment is spent on the ground. The true adventure awaits us underneath the beaches, where dozens of coral reefs and brightly colored Nemos await our discovery. Scuba diving is available all year, though many people favor the months of November to April because it is the finest season for visibility in the water.

    219/3 Pattaya Sai Mueang, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand
    Price: 9000 THB per person
    Timing: 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM 

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    6. Phuket: 
    Scuba diving in Phuket is just like a dream come true for all levels of divers. Scuba diving in Phuket is well-known around the world, and it includes everything from large surrounding reefs to stunning drop-offs, spectacular granite walls, wrecks, caverns, and tunnels. Immerse yourself in a new cast of critters when the day sets and the moon rises high in the sky. With brilliant plankton and nighttime underwater life, moonlight transforms a dive site into one of the best places in Thailand for scuba diving. 

    10-10 Soi Ta-Ied, JaoFa Rd, Chalong, Thailand Tambon, Chalong, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket 83000, Thailand
    Price: 6,734.88 TBH per person 
    Timing: 10:00 Am - 10:30 PM

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    7. Similan Islands: 
    The Similan Islands are frequently ranked among the world's top ten dive destinations. Divers will find everything from softly sloping coral reefs to deep rocky gorges and breathtaking panoramas while diving. Hard coral reef dives with some soft corals and a vast variety and abundance of marine life characterize the East coast dive locations. The Similan Islands' diving season runs from late October until early April.

    Location: 31/13 6 Khao Lak, Khuekkhak, Phang-nga 82220, Thailand
    Price: 700 THB Per person 
    Timing: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM and 2:00 AM - 8:00 PM 

    8. Koh Lanta: 
    Koh Lanta is a hotspot for scuba divers eager for adventure, with bright reefs, deep drop-offs, and tempting caverns. Keep an eye out in the water if you're diving at Koh Lanta because whale shark and manta ray sightings are common. You will be captivated by the vast and varied underwater life of Koh Lanta at any time of year - it is simply unmissable. The months of February to April are the finest for spotting them.

    Location:  6 1, Sala Dan, Ko Lanta District, Chang Wat Krabi 81150, Thailand
    Price: 14,400 THB per person
    Timing: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM 

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    9. Koh Lipe: 
    Ko Lipe, nicknamed "Thailand's Maldives," is a small island in the South Andaman Sea known for its turquoise waters, white-sand beaches, and spectacular coral reefs. While diving in Koh Lipe, you'll observe a lot of trevallies, snapper, and fusiliers.

    There will never be enough dives here, no matter how many you take. Between May and September, when the water is richer in plankton, diving in Koh Lipe during these months gives you the best opportunity of witnessing a whale shark.

    Location: 323 Moo 7 Pattaya Beach Koh Lipe, Satun 91110, Thailand
    Price: 1600 THB per person
    Timing: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM 

    10. Surin Islands: 
    Surin Island has some of the best scuba diving in the world. The various islands provide excellent opportunities to witness enormous marine species such as sharks and manta rays. Frogfish, phantom pipefish, and seahorses can all be found at several dive sites.

    A liveaboard vacation is an ideal way to discover the Surin islands. The majority of dive operators will take you to many Andaman Sea islands. Well, the best diving conditions occur from December to April with dry weather and almost no wind. 

    Location: Richelieu Rock
    Price:  3,400 Baht Per person

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  2. Which is a famous island for scuba diving in Thailand?

    Koh Tao is one of the most famous islands for scuba diving in Thailand. Adorned with white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters of the Gulf of Thailand, vibrant coral reefs, and exciting sea creatures, this place will give you everlasting memories. You will get to stay in comfortable beach bungalows and five-star luxury resorts where you can enjoy the amazing nightlife in the evening hours and spend the rest time exploring the sea bed. You will come across many maze-like formations in the water that are not only mysterious but also picturesque.

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  3. What are the different types of diving in Thailand?

    1. Open Water Diver: In open water diving, you will be spending time in practice pools before heading over to the ocean. You can take this dive along with a professional partner or dive instructors up to 18 meters which is about 60 feet. 

    2. Advanced Open Water Diver: 
    In advanced open water Thailand scuba diving, you can dive deep up to 30 meters and you don’t need to accompany any dive instructors. You can try out this activity after obtaining OWD certification only.  

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  4. What is the best time to do scuba diving in Thailand?

    The best time to do scuba diving in Thailand would be from the month of November to the month of March. Tourists consider this time perfect for scuba diving in Thailand as they will get to see sharks, who are usually spotted between the months of February and May. 

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  5. Is Scuba Diving safe in Thailand?

    Scuba diving in Thailand is not at all dangerous. It is definitely an extreme activity where you will be spending considerable time underwater. Before taking part in this activity, you will be given an introductory lesson and training with regards to all safety procedures as well as the use of equipment so that you don’t face any inconveniences. 

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  6. Can a non-swimmer Dive in Thailand?

    Yes, even if the participant cannot swim, they can go for Scuba Diving. The schools across the country of Thailand that are certified by PADI, the international authority for scuba divers, provide the Discover Scuba Diving Programme, that provides you safe grounds to learn and experience scuba diving without the need of knowing how to swim in a day.

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  7. Can kids do scuba diving in Thailand?

    Absolutely yes. If you have come here for one of the Scuba Diving tours in Thailand with your family, you certainly would not wish to leave your children on the beach or boat as you dive to see the world underwater. PADI’s Junior Scuba Diver and Bubblemaker courses create safe environments for kids as young as 8 years old to learn the basics and skills of Scuba Diving.

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  8. Is there any age limit to do Scuba in the Thailand?

    Yes, there is an age limit for taking part in scuba diving in Thailand. The minimum age for scuba diving in Thailand is 19 years old and the maximum allowable age is 65. But, before taking part in the activity, you would be subjected to a medical examination and upon successful tests, you will be allowed for the activity.

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  9. What precautions should be taken before going for scuba diving in Thailand?

    Scuba Diving is a safe sport on the providers end as they are all certified to carry out the tasks, yet they are not answerable for everything. There are some things that you as a diver and a student need to take care of on your own end. These are the precautions that you need to take before beginning your dive-

    • Check your gear
    • Maintain your physical fitness
    • Do not consume alcohol or tobacco before the dive
    • Plan your dive beforehand, so you always dive as per the plan
    • Learn and apply the rule of thirds before diving
    • Always use the buddy system, not just while diving, but also while checking your gear

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  10. Is Thailand good for scuba diving?

    Yes, Thailand is one of the best destinations in the whole world for scuba diving as it is enriched by a wide range of underwater creatures as well as some of the best coral ridges. The islands of Koh Phi Phi and Phuket offer amazing opportunities to indulge in Whale Shark and Manta Ray sightings.

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  11. What is the duration of scuba diving in Thailand?

    Scuba diving requires for you to breathe underwater using your scuba tanks. So if you are looking for a duration as to how long can you dive on your Scuba Diving tours in Thailand, it actually depends on how fast your tank gets emptied. Based on that, the average dive can be anywhere between 40 minutes to an hour

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  12. How much does scuba diving cost in Thailand?

    The cost of Thailand scuba diving would start at around 3400 Baht - 4000 Baht. The cost of the rental equipment is around 500 Baht if you don’t have your own gears. You also need to opt for diving insurance which is around 250 Baht Per day. 

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  13. What are the medical conditions that impede diving?

    When it is said that Scuba Diving is challenging, it is the entire truth. Conditions that can impede performance in diving are

    • Heart diseases
    • Diabetes
    • Asthma
    • Epilepsy
    • Ear problems or a recent (last 12 months) ear surgery
    • Any cold, flu or congestion
    • Recent occurrences of Nausea or vomiting
    • Short Breathiness
    • Problem with equalisation

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  14. What is the difference between snorkeling and scuba diving?

    Snorkeling and scuba diving are both water sports that involve diving. But Snorkeling means to swim with the help of a mask and snorkel (tube) that helps you breath as you float near to the surface. Scuba diving on the other hand lets you dive into the depths with the help of a complete suit and breathing equipments like tanks and mask.

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