kata reef - beach diving

beach diving phuket

two dive day trip

฿ 1,900

per person
  • Two Scuba Dives
  • 9.45am – 2.00pm
  • Return Hotel Transfers
  • Min Group Size – Two Divers
  • Max Group Size – Six Divers
  • Certified Divers Only
  • Approx (US$55 / £40 / €50 / AU$80)

dive one

south kata reef

Kata Reef is the perfect dive site for new divers looking for their first scuba diving experience or a seasoned diver to refresh their diving skills. The coral reef is located conveniently just a short distance from the shoreline, with a maximum depth of 14 meters / 45 feet.

Kata reef is partly a nursery for many juvenile fish such as sweetlips, yellow snapper, and angelfish, using the reef’s natural protection. Some of the unique marine life to be found on this coral reef are pipefish, seahorses, moray eels, cuttlefish, rays, and, if your lucky, Hawksbill turtles.

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dive two

North Kata reef

Recently, we encountered a new resident to the reef, a Mimic Octopus, the master of disguise. This unique octopus can mimic up to fifteen other sea creatures like the poisonous lionfish and venomous sea snakes. It can change its colour shape and the way it moves, confusing a predator for enough time to make its escape. Kata Reef is the only dive site where we have encountered one of these truly remarkable creatures.

Kata beach is located on the west coast of Phuket and is best dived between September­- April.

frequently asked questions

09:45 – Hotel pick up

10:00 – Meet your Divemaster

10:45 – First dive: Kata Reef

12:30 – Second Dive of the day

14:00 – Arrive back at the dive centre

14.15 – Arrive back at your hotel

When you click the book now button, you will be asked for some details and forwarded to a payment page for 500 Thailand Baht per person deposit. 

Once your deposit is received, we do a final confirmation so you can have fun packing, knowing that your trip is secured.

What about the final balance? Easy! The final balance can either be paid in the dive shop with cash or credit card (click for location) or on the boat in cash.

If you have any questions before you book then, please drop us an email: info@thailand-divers.com

Open Water Diver/Junior Open Water Certified​

Scuba diving requires a minimum level of health and fitness. Anyone, regardless of age, with shortness of breath, blurred vision, or any form of chest pain may need to reconsider diving. Avoid disappointment, download and review the Diver Medical form to ensure you won’t need a physician’s approval to dive before enrolling in a scuba course.

We expect no issues but in the unlikely event of injury, it only makes sense to be prepared. Check your current travel insurance covers you for scuba diving activities. Be sure to contact them directly to make sure. If they do not then we recommend DAN Scuba Diving Insurance.

Absolutely! While some places use amateurs or fresh out of school dive guides, we use local experienced experts. Our concern for your safety is paramount and we take pride in our staff’s experience and professionalism.


Yes, we have two other local diving trips available:

Paradise Reef – 2 dive half day trip.

Night Dive – Kata Reef.