Thailand's best diving

Like the scenery, the underwater world is rich in natural beauty and diversity in Thailand. Setting up the world's ten largest dive sites and geographically dividing between two seas Thailand's waters are home to one of the largest pelagic creatures in the world like manta rays and whaling hunters. Choosing the best dive sites, however, is not a simple case for creating a list. Strong currents and deep waters mean that the most spectacular and most memorable dives are reserved for advanced divers who live under the proper weights. With this in mind, I write this article about the full beginner and the order in which I would suggest treating various underwater wonders.

First you need to learn how to dive (assuming you are not already certified). Since you are only able to dive when you complete your Open Water Diver course if you are equal or better than you have been studying, it is probably advisable not to complete the course in idyllic circumstances as this will be difficult to copy. Thus, the Gulf of Bothnia Thailand is the perfect starting point. Visibility is generally not as good as the experiences of the south and the tidal streams can be introduced gradually under controlled conditions, although there are still plenty of attractions for marine life.

As a newly acknowledged Open Water Diver I suggests that its next port is Koh Tao. The lightness of the dive sites here and the relatively good visibility and reef quality make it the ideal place to improve your experience. There are more than 30 dive sites with up to 45 minutes of boat total. The Twin Peaks and Green Rock are a remarkable launch site with lots of coral, sponge and tropical fish and minimal power to the trunk. As your underwater capability increases, you try out more adventurous diving, such as the famous Chumphon Pinnacle, where you may be lucky enough to meet the gray reef sharks that are bigger than they are (though harmless) and the Sail Rock underwater chimney 18 meters up to the surface. Both places are regularly visited by the whaler and must be seen.

As we move south, it would be a good idea to consider an Advanced Open Water certificate (again assuming you're not there yet) to fully evaluate exciting new spots. Phuket offers many places, including Racha Yai, Racha Noi, Phi Phi and many other castles and islands. Shark Point; Anemone Reef and Koh Ma are among the finest dives and have been blessed with wonderful underwater flora and fauna while King Cruiser offers unforgettable scuba diving. Leopard sharks and turtles are common as mosquitoes, and more susceptible to seahorses and frogs, as well as all the different moray eels. For truly great pelagic encounters, you should not miss South Pinnacle (Raya Noi) and Hin Daeng & Hin Muang (19459002). They are not the weak-hearted and I recommend at least 20 dives before trying them. In my first dive I saw nothing at Pinnacle (with the huge manta rays) and after 27 minutes I breathed my tank dry (I've been diving for 20 years). Power is strong. The two Hins (Hin Daeng & Hin Muang – red and purple) are called because their color is soft corals that adorn them and are considered to be jewels in the south of Andaman. Whale sharks and Manta rays are almost as fond of these places as divers. It's not hard to understand why. Even if gentle giants are missing from the spectacular collapse, the wonderful visibility and the sheer amount of marine life tantalizes the senses. Again, these places should not be missed, but a certain skill is needed to fully understand it. You are now ready for the Similan Islands and Surin, the ultimate part of Thailand's dive facility. Although there are plenty of diving spots here, suitable for beginner divers, as usual, the best ones are generally exposed to deep and strong currents. The big fish, I'm afraid they just love the strong currents, and if you get used to that, then. The best way to see them is a three to five day live ship cruise, and it would be a shame to wipe out the money if you do not enjoy the maximum.

In Similans, the Christmas Point is a dramatic series of underwater peaks and canyons. Here you will find the explosion of life in the soft coral garden; parrots, lionfish, wrasse and sweets are all common. There are often great fighters on hunting and we can see that white babies are wandering. The elephant rock was not surprisingly named after rotten rock formation. This dive site is one of the best around. Under the surface are gigantic stacks of rocks and labyrinth breaks, arches and caves. Sea life is abundant, and huge yellow goat's and goats are found at deeper levels. Turtle Rock is a stunning series of underwater rocks and breakthroughs in typical Similan fashion. Surrounded by coral and marine life, this is one of the locations where tortoises are located. Meeting eagle rays is not uncommon.

Moving to Surin, Koh Bon shows one of the vertical walls in Thailand with a depth of more than 40 meters. Leopard sharks are common on the ridge and sandy terrain. Soft corals are radically different and turquoise, yellow and blue with ordinary roses and lilas. Koh Bon is one of the best manta rays, especially at the end of the season. Koh Tachai lies on a beachfront horizontal ridge that is perpendicular to the island and one of the most beautiful diving in the Kingdom of Thailand. A place where larger animals such as rays, leopard sharks, nursing sharks and turtle turtles can be seen. Richelieu Rock Surin ace card. It is a small, 18km East Surin submarine rock that is one of the best places in the world to swim in whale shark. For some reason, Richelieu Rock is attracting more of its fair share of these graceful animals. If you now feel that detecting manta and whale shark is a commonplace, please accept your apology. Such encounters are often frequent and fair, and the animals themselves are chosen. In the world of scuba diving, not two days are the same. Keep an open mind and accept that everything is followed by the laws of nature and you will not be disappointed. That said, the more you dive in these places, the better you are, the law of the averages and the more you become the better diver. Then where did he come from here? Well, he noticed that Bangkok is in the middle of Southeast Asia, which undoubtedly makes it the center of the diving center. It will be better. Good diving.

Source by Andrew Stanford

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