One of the most popular dive locations in the south Andaman Sea and a fantastic place to spot Tiger Tail Seahorses and Ornate Ghost Pipefish. Giant schools of barracuda and trevally feeding on glassfish are undoubtedly something to leave an everlasting impression. Occasionally you may spot a friendly leopard shark resting in the sand just off the pinnacle, and Whale sharks do visit from time to time. This reef consists of three pinnacles running from north to south all covered with beautiful soft and hard corals, barrel sponges and sea fans.
This is a diving destination not to miss out on with amazing scenery above and below the waterline. Come and scuba dive alongside Hawksbill and Green Turtles, Blacktip and leopard sharks and surround yourself in a wall of schooling bigeye and two spot snappers. Large schools of chevron barracudas and jacks are also often present around the outer pinnacles. There is a small charge of 600 Thailand Baht per person to enter the National Marine Park, and this is payable on the boat.
This is the best wall dive around Phuket located on the east side of the island and a sloping reef on the west and perfect for deep diving or drift diving. Both sides are covered from top to bottom with colourful soft corals, sea fans, sponges and masses of macro life. Keep an eye out for the shy bamboo sharks sleeping under a rock at 24 meters.