Rayong Scuba Diving Day Trip

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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 depended on where to 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 

DIVE SITE INFORMATION



Dive Site Name : HIN FARANG

A small pile of rocks between Koh Mun Nai and Koh Maun Klang. The surrounding area is made of rough sand.

And is a diving spot suitable for beginners learning to dive for the first time.

Maximum Depth : 5-13 meters 

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during :  January – April  Summer time, November – December Windy  Time 

What you will see on this Dive Site : Surrounded by hard corals and soft corals, mixed with schools of yellowfin fish, spotted stingrays, sea turtles, and various species of sea slugs.

Next Step ?   According to legend , a foreigner sailed to that island. Until, the boat collided with the rocks. And there were fishermen who saw farang waving their hands to ask for help on that island, so they affectionately called it "Faang Hin," or "Faang Hin"

 

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : Hin Pleng East

A brief history- the villagers originated the name “Fire Stone Pile” when they witnessed large amounts of  orange-red anemone covering the pile of rocks. When the water is clear, you would easily witness the site from above due to it’s vibrant red colour - resembling a flame on a heap. Thus, the name of the site being “Fire Stone”. 

Maximum Depth : 25 meters

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions ,Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during :  January – April  Summer time, November – December Winter Time 

What you will see on this Dive Site :  The fire stone east is a large underwater pile of rocks. The top of the pile is covered with orange anemone. And to the left of the pile is a flat wall-like area down from the top of the pile to the sand . The wall area is Filled with soft corals, and colorful sea slugs, and the opposite side is surrounded by hard corals, large schools of fish, colorful sea slugs, and if lucky, Nong Dot will come too :D Most of them are very popular among divers, who want to take pictures underwater with schools of fish.

 

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : Hin Pleng West

Hin Pleng West  (Alhambra Rock) West Hin Pleng  West is a pile of rocks under water. Near Hin Pleng East , to the east it looks like a medium-sized triangular pile, you are able to dive around the pile, where you would be able to see many soft and hard corals, large plate coral, large schools of fish , nudibranchs of various colors.

Maximum Depth : 24 meters

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during :  January – April  Summer time , November – December Winter Time.

What you will see on this Dive Site :  Soft coral, hard coral, large plate coral large schools of fish , nudibranchs of various colors , A group of yellowtail fish , Barracuda fish , sea ​​turtle

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : Hin Sapan

Hin Sapan is named after the Thai word for ‘bridge’ which best describes its curved terrain structure. It is roughly an underwater extension on the southern tip of Ko Talu, however not directly connected. Loads of roaming schools of fusiliers and snappers add action to the reef of Hin Sapan and it pays to keep one’s eyes open for the smaller inhabitants that love to stay hidden.

Maximum Depth : 13 meters

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during :  January – April  Summer time , November – December Winter Time 

What you will see on this Dive Site :   A stack of underwater rocks that form a bridge . You would see many ranges of hard corals and soft corals, nudibranchs, many kinds of fish and much more.

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : HTMS. Petra

HTMS Petra, formerly known as LCT-1089, is a ship of the HTMS Matphon series. It's a large naval ship. Which the Royal Thai Navy received from the United States according to the military assistance program during the years 1946 - 1948. There are 6 ships in this series, namely HTMS Mat Phon (761), HTMS Ravi (762). , HTMS Adang (763), HTMS Petra (764), HTMS Kolam (765), and HTMS Talibong (766) named after the islands according to the royal ship naming regulations of the Royal Thai Navy. After being retired has been sunk to be an artificial coral reef Around Koh Man Nai, Rayong Province on October 23, 2012

Maximum Depth : 25 meters

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during :  January – April  Summer time , November – December Windy  Time 

What you will see on this Dive Site :  Ship Wrack Ship characteristics, underwater creatures ,large propellers, various rooms inside the ship , sea slugs , Barracuda ,Various soft corals

Did you know !  Artificial reefs provide shelter, food and other necessary elements for biodiversity and a productive ocean. This in turn creates a rich diversity of marine life, attracting divers and anglers. And states like the program because the increased tourism and commercial fishing benefits local economies.

 

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : Koh Mun Nai

Koh Man Nai is the largest of the Koh Mun archipelago, consisting of 3 islands: Koh Man Nai, Koh Man Klang and Koh Man Nok. It is located within the Gulf of Thailand - off the coast of Kram Subdistrict, Klaeng District, Rayong Province

Koh Man Nai, with an area of ​​approximately 131 rai, is closest to the shore in Koh Man. It is home to the Sea Turtle Conservation Center under the Royal Patronage of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. Queen Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn is a place where baby sea turtles are nursed before they are released into the sea. In addition, the project also consist of raising sea turtle for use in breeding. And there is an exhibition to educate about tourists about sea turtles.

The island has no accommodation - cannot stay overnight but can come and visit.Some times when the tide is low, there is a separate sea to Ko Mun Klang. with a distance of about 200 meters  bays of the island, including Ton Makham Bay Hin Khon Ya Bay, Mangrove Bay, and Na Ban Bay Coral reefs are found in the western and southern islands of Koh Mun

Maximum Depth : 5 - 12  meters

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during :  January – April  Summer time , November – December Windy  Time 

What you will see on this Dive Site :  Below is white sand and a diving spot at this point. Most of them are hard corals, making them sea urchins, nudibranchs of various colors.

Did you know ? In each season The female turtle lays eggs every week until she is pregnant. Some of them may have up to 1,000 eggs, taking time to lay eggs on the beach 3-8 times.

Let's go up to see turtles  !

 

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : Koh Talu

Koh Talu is a national park island, where you can trek up to see the view. Behind the island locates dive sites that are suitable for beginner divers as it’s easy to dive around the island.

Maximum Depth : 14 meters. 

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during :  January – April  Summer time november – December Winter Time 

What you will see on this Dive Site :  You would see many ranges of hard corals and soft corals, nudibranchs, many kinds of fish and much more.

Next Step ?  Koh Talu at the top is a beautiful view point. You can take pictures and capture the atmosphere

 

 


 

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