Nai Thon Dive Resort
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+66 76 20 50 49
+66 76 20 50 49
+66 85 47 21 506
+66 80 52 52 654
If you are fond of the sea and large boats, you should not miss our whole-day trips to the most beautiful dive spots south of Phuket.
Large and comfortable boats are going to Phuket’s classical dive destinations, e.g. the famous Shark Point with its harmless leopard sharks, Anemone Reef with its fascinating diversity of marine life, the King Cruiser Wreck, or Raja Yai, a tropical island with the most spectacular hard-coral reefs of the region.
Don’t miss the very special day trip for Aqua Divers’ customers that features three or four dives at the picturesque Phi Phi Islands, the King Cruiser Wreck, and Raja Noi, the smaller one of the Raja Islands. Arguably the nicest day trip is destined for the world-famous Similan Islands. Aqua Divers offer daily day trips to the Similan Islands. Thanks to the geographical location, these most beautiful dive spots in the Andaman Sea can be reached with a short and comfortable boat trip.
All boats were designed as dive boats. They are equipped with up-to-date navigational aids and communications facilities, which allow steady contact to shore. Our boats are among the most comfortable on Phuket.
All boats carry oxygen. Emergency plans are kept ready, and the multi-lingual dive instructors are trained in medic first aid. All the more reason to feel safe with us!
The nine islands of the Similan Archipelago are located just about 1.5 hours by boat away from Phuket and reach in a straight line north to south in the turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea.
The impressive granite rocks of the Similan Islands reach under the surface and offer a breath-taking view with their overgrowth of multi-colored, beautiful corals. The natural architecture of the stacked granite rocks varies with each dive spot, and often reminds of sunken cities.
The dive spots with the most beautiful rock formations are Christmas Point and Elephant Head Rock, where you can dive through little caverns and overhangs. The combination of a breath-taking underwater scenery and a visibility of up to 30 meters (90 ft) makes these dive spots a real diver’s paradise.
Sharks and other large fish like rays and huge barracudas are regular visitors to the Similan Islands. They seem to prefer the reefs at the dive spots Shark Fin Reef and Deep Six. The most beautiful and varied coral formations with huge gorgonian and sponges are to be found at the picturesquely named dive spot East of Eden.
The Island Koh Bon is part of the Similan National Park.
Koh Bon is surrounded with steep slopes and is mostly overgrown with grass. You can look right though the island by way of a circular tunnel at the western tip of the island. The main reef is a drop-off, which reaches to a depth of over 40 meters (120 ft). The wall is almost completely overgrown with pastel-colored soft corals. Blue-spotted rays and leopard sharks can frequently be found in the sandy parts on the bottom.
Chances of spotting Manta Rays are excellent, especially from November through April.
Aqua Divers offers daily trips with varying destinations to all of these beautiful dive spots around the Similan Islands and Koh Bon.
Our trips are characterized by exceptionally high standards, featuring purpose-built boats and professionally trained staff.