We’ve just had a really fine week of diving in the Gulf of Thailand – 6 days of dive trips to 5 different destinations – with good visibility, calm seas and hot, sunny days.
After this January’s weather and conditions we were having some problems remembering how it’s meant to be – SCUBA diving on the paradise island of Koh Phangan!
Anyway Jan and his team of divers have already moved on to experience the delights of Khao Sok National Park – we wish them a great time, with thanks once again for diving with us.
This means that we can confidently say that diving and snorkelling conditions at the Marine Park, Koh Tao dive sites and Sail Rock are currently great – with regular whale shark visitations at the Rock – the only small issue is that the visibility at our local dive sites is not special later in the day, once the tide is moving out – but early on, at high water it’s still pretty good…
Most of the dive guiding team are enjoying a few quiet days at the moment, but Michi still continues with a steady sequence of PADI Open Water Diver courses for his German students. Thanks to Divemaster Chris who, as well as working hard with our fun divers, managed to take a fine set of underwater photos over the last days – there will be a wee album on Facebook soon with 1 or 2 more nice images.
And all of us at the dive centre are looking forward to the return in a week or so of our diving friends/supporters Angie and Heinz – can we go to Samran Pinnacles this time, please ? !