Rayong Scuba Diving Day Trip

 

Price

2 Dives = 2,500 THB Per Day
3 Dives = 3,000 THB Per Day

Price Included
- Dive lead
- Dive Insurance
- Lunch on the boat

Price Not Included
- Transportation (Go with our shared van cost 1,000 THB for round trip)
- Accommodation (Approximate 900-1,300 THB Per Night depending on where you stay)
- Equipment Rental (500 THB Per Day for full set)

NOTE: Depart from Bangkok together or meet up at the pier in the morning of the diving day

Thai Ocean Academy Rayong

Dive Site Information

Hin Farang

Hin Farang is a small pile of rocks located between Koh Mun Nai and Koh Mun Klang. The area around it is covered in rough sand, making it an ideal spot for beginner divers.

Maximum Depth: 5-13 meters
Visibility: Varies with weather conditions. The best time for diving is from January to April (summer) and November to December (windy season).

What You Will See: Expect to encounter hard and soft corals, schools of yellowfin fish, spotted stingrays, sea turtles, and various species of sea slugs.

Interesting Fact: Legend has it that a foreigners boat collided with the rocks here. Local fishermen saw the foreigner (farang) waving for help, hence the name "Hin Farang."

Hin Ploeng East

The name Fire Stone Pile comes from the large amounts of orange-red anemones that cover the rocks. When the water is clear, the vibrant red color can be seen from above, resembling a flame.

Maximum Depth: 25 meters
Visibility: Varies with weather conditions. Best diving seasons are January to April (summer) and November to December (winter).

What You Will See: The top of the pile is covered with orange anemones, and the wall-like area to the left is filled with soft corals and colorful sea slugs. On the opposite side, youll find hard corals, large schools of fish, and occasionally, Nong Dot.

Hin Ploeng West

Hin Ploeng West, also known as Alhambra Rock, is a medium-sized triangular pile of rocks near Hin Ploeng East. It is surrounded by soft and hard corals, large plate corals, and diverse marine life.

Maximum Depth: 24 meters
Visibility: Varies with weather conditions. Best diving seasons are January to April (summer) and November to December (winter).

What You Will See: Expect to see soft and hard corals, large plate corals, schools of fish, nudibranchs of various colors, yellowtail fish, barracudas, and sea turtles.

Hin Sapan

Hin Sapan, meaning bridge in Thai, has a curved terrain structure resembling a bridge. It is an underwater extension on the southern tip of Ko Talu, known for its vibrant marine life.

Maximum Depth: 13 meters
Visibility: Varies with weather conditions. Best diving seasons are January to April (summer) and November to December (winter).

What You Will See: The dive site features hard and soft corals, nudibranchs, various species of fish, and much more.

HTMS Petra

HTMS Petra, formerly known as LCT-1089, is a ship from the HTMS Matphon series received by the Royal Thai Navy from the United States in the late 1940s. After being retired, it was sunk as an artificial coral reef around Koh Man Nai, Rayong Province on October 23, 2012.

Maximum Depth: 25 meters
Visibility: Varies with weather conditions. Best diving seasons are January to April (summer) and November to December (windy season).

What You Will See: Explore the shipwreck, large propellers, various rooms inside the ship, sea slugs, barracudas, and various soft corals.

Did You Know? Artificial reefs provide shelter, food, and other necessary elements for biodiversity, creating a rich marine life that attracts divers and anglers. This, in turn, benefits local economies through increased tourism and commercial fishing.

Koh Mun Nai

Koh Mun Nai is the largest island in the Koh Mun archipelago, which includes Koh Mun Nai, Koh Mun Klang, and Koh Mun Nok. It is located in the Gulf of Thailand, off the coast of Kram Subdistrict, Klaeng District, Rayong Province.

With an area of approximately 131 rai, Koh Mun Nai is home to the Sea Turtle Conservation Center under the Royal Patronage of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. Here, baby sea turtles are nursed before being released into the sea. The center also raises sea turtles for breeding and educates tourists about sea turtles.

The island has no accommodation and cannot stay overnight but can be visited during the day. Sometimes, when the tide is low, you can walk across a separate sea to Koh Mun Klang. The island features several bays with coral reefs, including Ton Makham Bay, Hin Khon Ya Bay, Mangrove Bay, and Na Ban Bay.

Maximum Depth: 5 - 12 meters
Visibility: Varies with weather conditions. Best diving seasons are January to April (summer) and November to December (windy season).

What You Will See: The dive site features white sand and hard corals, home to sea urchins and nudibranchs of various colors.

Did You Know? Female turtles lay eggs every week during the breeding season, with some laying up to 1,000 eggs. The eggs are laid on the beach 3-8 times during the season.

Let's go see the turtles!

Koh Talu

Koh Talu is a national park island, perfect for trekking to enjoy stunning views. The islands dive sites are ideal for beginners due to the easy dive conditions around the island.

Maximum Depth: 14 meters
Visibility: Varies with weather conditions. Best diving seasons are January to April (summer) and November to December (winter).

What You Will See: Youll encounter hard and soft corals, nudibranchs, various species of fish, and more.

Next Step: At the top of Koh Talu, there is a beautiful viewpoint where you can take photos and capture the breathtaking atmosphere.

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