three dive day trip
- Three Scuba Dives
- 7.30am – 5.30pm
- Breakfast & Lunch Onboard
- Return Hotel Transfers
- Max Group Size – Four Divers
- Certified Divers Only
- Approx (US$110 / £85 / €105 / AUD150)
Koh Racha Noi island is located just 25km south of Phuket. The south tip of the island is the best dive location to encounter the majestic oceanic manta rays, which grow up to an imposing seven meters. The island has multiple dive dives which are suitable for all qualified scuba divers and divers who like the deeper 30-meter dives. The island itself is uninhabited and surrounded by beautiful sandy shallow bays with soft and hard corals gardens.
Racha Noi Bay dive site has a wide variety of marine life such as Pufferfish, Sea cucumbers, Nudibranchs, Sweetlips, Angelfish, Octopus and Cuttlefish. Occasionally there are sightings of Eagle Rays, and Whale Sharks around these dive sites. Koh Racha Noi island has outstanding underwater visibility (usually 20 meters) and is made up of hard granite which is visible above and below the surface.
Koh Racha Yai Island (Big King Island) is located about one and a half-hour boat ride from Chalong bay, where the day trip departs from on the South of Phuket Island. A wide variety of underwater life such as Barracuda, Giant Moray, Stonefish, Lion-fish, Parrotfish and Butterflyfish make this their home.
If you look carefully, you can find some hidden rare gems such as Pipefish, Leaf-fish, Frogfish and Nudibranchs. Racha Yai has shallow sandy bottoms as well as deeper depths with excellent visibility all year round, which makes it the perfect scuba diving location for all levels of diver.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
07:30 – Hotel pick up
08:30 – Meet your Divemaster
09:00 – Scuba dive safety briefing
09:00 – Freshly prepared Breakfast
10:00 – Arrive at Koh Racha Noi Island
10:15 – First Dive of the day
11:45 – Thai buffet lunch is served
13:00 – Second dive of the day
14.30 – Arrive at Koh Racha Yai Island
15:30 – Third dive of the day
16:30 – Sail back to Phuket
17:30 – Return back to your hotel
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.
While we may not be able to accommodate every requirement please let us know in advance and we’ll make every effort to ensure there is food available for you. In addition, we can help you store your own food on the trip if necessary.
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.
The cheapest way to scuba dive in Phuket is to go straight from the shore – Luckily we have an amazing coral reef situated close to Kata Beach where we do a two-dive day trip for 1,900 Thailand Baht per person. For more information please click here: Kata Beach Diving.
Koh Racha Noi – 3 Dives
To place a reservation, a 500 Thailand Baht per person deposit is required today. You can pay the final balance in the dive center when you arrive for your course.