Looking for a beautiful, colorful scenic and memorable dive? Look no further than the Andaman Sea. The waters are blue, the weather is warm, the marine life is exotic; if you’re a diver, you have just have to be here, whether you are basing yourself out of Myanmar or Thailand. November to April and June to September are the best months to dive here, but it is still okay to visit at anytime of the year.
- Phuket – Home to some good dive sites and is Thailand’s largest diving center. Lots of smaller islands nearby to explore as well. Hard and soft corals as well as marine life provide a myriad of colors for divers to wow at.
- The Similan Islands – A total of nine islands, all with excellent dive spots. There is a good chance you may see chevron barracudas, manta rays or leopard sharks in these waters. The nearby Surin Islands provide a good chance to spot sharks and large marine animals.
- Tarutao National Park – Home to more than 30 uninhabited islands as well as excellent reefs. The visibility is one of the best in Thailand. Koh Lipe also boasts exceptional dives and is quickly becoming a popular island getaway destination.
- Krabi – Known for beautiful limestone karsts, blue oceans and numerous islands. The famous Phi Phi Islands are here, known for its paradise feel and world class dive sites. Koh Lanta Island is another popular place to base your dive from and the area is known to have beautiful coral reefs, manta rays, whale sharks and other colorful marine animals.
- Myeik, Myanmar – Located in Southern Myanmar, and only opened to the public in 1997. A dive experience here is best done via a liveaboard cruise. You won’t be disappointed.
From Thailand or Burma, an experience in the Andaman Sea is guaranteed to impress even the most experienced divers. The reefs and abundance of marine life is some of the continent’s best and a dive in these waters are sure to offer a lifetime of memories. Contact us for more information on our dive destinations in the Andaman Sea and how you can soon be in these warm and desirable waters watching the water’s colorful marine life.
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