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Rawai Muang Diving

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Rawai Muang dive guide


Rawai Muang diving offers trips to almost all Phuket's sites. Diving operators make departures from neighbouring Ao Chalong Bay to the surrounding reefs and islands. The variety of dive sites easily accessible are abundant with colourful and diverse corals and marine life as well.

Always dive according to your level of training. Check with your dive center for safety, additional information and level required for each dive site before entering the water.

Liveabaord trips are available to the Similan Islands National Park. Koh Bon, Richelieu Rock, Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Koh Ha Yai, Koh Ha Nua and Burma. The liveaboard trips are offered ona basis of 2-8 days.

Some dive sites that can be reached from Rawai Muang are:

Racha Yai meaning "Big King" is a granite island, is south of Phuket and has more than 11 dive sites on the western and eastern sides of the island. To be seen are schools of tropical fish, cuttle fish, moray eels and stingrays.

Racha Noi meaning Little King is situated about 45 minutes to the south of Racha Yai. Encounters with manta rays, barracudas, reef sharks and other pelagic life is frequent. Also to see is the abundance of rock formations and colourful coral gardens.

South of Phi Phi Islands are Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai, two limestone islands with superb swim throughs, stingray, sea whips, black corals and sea fans.
Phi Phi has an abundance of tropical fish which include moray eels, turtles, octopus and leopard sharks. The visibility is food 20-30 metres (65-98 feet) and has moderate currents.

Koh Doc Mai is a huge stone island that rises from the seabed giving one of the most popular wall dives in the Phuket area. Also referred to as the "Flower Island" Koh Doc Mai is blanketed in yellow, green and orange tube corals. Hard corals, soft corals and giant fan corals are also present.Encounters with large clams, white eye morays, angelfish, juvenile nurse sharks, seahorses and ghostpipefish are frequent.

Shark Point is made up of three limestone formations with one protruding from the water. It's a marine sanctuary with vibrant colours and soft coral gardens. On the sandy bottom leopard sharks are often seen resting. Lot's of tropical fish are to be seen here among which are moray eels, groupers, barracuda, clownfish, batfish etc...

King Cruiser, an artifical reef is a hunting ground for barrakudas, tunas, jacks, groupers, moray eels and juvenile nurse sharks.
LOts of crabs, fusiliers and scorpionfish are found around the hull. suitable for all levels of experience because the currents are mild and the visibility very good 10-20 metres (33-65 feet).

Anemone Reef is composed of three pinnacles starting at about 6 metres (20 feet) below sea level. Anemone Reef is covered with Sea Anemones and is home to gorgonians, colourful soft corals and giant fans.
You may encounter clown fish, moray eels, groupers, snapppers and many other species of topical fish.

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