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Koh Tao / Bangkok

Koh Tao / Bangkok

Aussie Divers at Sensi Paradise Beach Resort

Aussie Divers Koh Tao branch is situated at the Sensi Paradise Beach Resort. The resort is situated at the quiet end of Koh Tao’s longest beach. This luxury resort is an unobtrusive masterpiece that is perfectly blended with the natural and rugged beauty of Ko Tao.

Koh Tao (Ko Tao) is a very relaxed and chilled island with the true island feel about her. She is a small island spanning a meager 21 km2 and is based in the Chumphon Archipelago on the western shore of the Gulf of Thailand. Her name literally translates to Turtle Island, named after the Hawksbill and Green turtles that reside there.

Koh Tao has 25 plus dive sites with easy traveling distance and is highlighted by her two famous dive sites of Sail Rock and Chumphon Pinnacle which in turn are renowned for the above-average appearances of the much-loved whale sharks.

Bangkok

Given the busy lifestyle of our students from Bangkok, Aussie Divers is now offering the confined water (pool training) and if required, theory training in Bangkok. You will still have access to the awesome Aussie Divers English speaking and multilingual staff.

Aussie Divers now have access to one of the best scuba diving training facilities in Thailand.

Bangkok residents can prepare for their PADI Open Water Course at home and travel to either of our dive centers in Phuket or Koh Tao to complete their open water dive.

Nestled in a private estate in the Seri Thai area of Bangkok, it is a stunning venue to complete your pool training and you will receive the 5 Star training you expect from one of Thailand’s premier scuba diving centers.

Koh Tao / Bangkok

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Early Morning Dive Koh Tao Aussie Divers

Koh Tao Dive Sites

Koh Tao has just over 25 dive sites to explore all within easy reach of the island. These are scattered around the island and virtually all are only accessible by boat. The two furthest away Chumphon Pinnacle (45mins) and Sail Rock (90 mins). We operate as two dive trips and these can be either morning or afternoon dives. There’s a great variety of sites; a lot have calm shallow bays, coral gardens, limestone formations, artificial ree [...]

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Beginner PADI Courses in Koh Tao

Starting your scuba diving life on a small tropical island like Koh Tao is an awesome experience. With a full range of beginner PADI Courses available, Aussie Divers in Koh Tao is just the place. With calm warm waters, shorter travel distances and relaxed island atmosphere there is a lot to like about doing your PADI course here. Start Diving With Aussie Divers and PADI in Koh Tao: Book Here Here are some beginner choice for unc [...]

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PADI Advanced Courses in Koh Tao

With the easy lifestyle and shorter dive days, Koh Tao is a simple place to do some PADI advanced courses. Continue Your PADI training With Aussie Divers in Koh Tao: Book Here Start your advanced diving life with the PADI Adventure Diver. Three dives in a single day which could include a deep dive, underwater navigation, night dive, and others. Explore deeper dive sites by becoming a PADI advanced diver [...]

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Sensi Paradise Beach Resort

Sensi Paradise Beach Resort Sensi Paradise Beach Resort is situated at the quiet end of Koh Tao’s longest beach. This lovely resort is an unobtrusive masterpiece that is perfectly blended within the natural and rugged rocky beauty of Ko Tao. This peaceful resort has a range of traditional Thai style bungalows, houses and villas. Each bungalow has its own unique design and some have private access to the sea. Most rooms have verandahs or [...]

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Certified Divers Trips Koh Tao

If you are looking at doing some certified divers trips in Koh Tao then do not go past Aussie Divers. The island of Koh Tao may be small however she is blessed with a lot of dive sites within easy reach. There are not too many places in the world where you can get great diving in easy reach. Prices start from THB 1000 a dive to any destination excluding Sail Rock. Sail Rock trips THB 2,500 per person for two dives. With over [...]

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About Koh Tao

Ko Tao or Koh Tao is a small island spanning a meager 21 km2 and is based in the Chumphon Archipelago on the western shore of the Gulf of Thailand. Her name literally translates to Turtle Island, named after the Hawksbill and Green turtles that reside there. The island is host to over 130 species of hard corals, and over 223 species of reef fishes belonging to 53 families. The island was for many years uninhabited. It once served as a hav [...]

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Koh Tao Marine Life

Koh Tao has some beautiful marine life that you would come to expect in the warm tropical waters of Thailand. Koh Tao likes to pride itself on above-average numbers of whale shark visits throughout the year. This draws a lot of scuba divers to the island to try their luck in finding the holy grail of underwater marine creatures. There is no set period where the whale sharks arrive however some say that the months between Februar [...]

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Bangkok Training

The professional Aussie Divers PADI Instructors & staff can assist you with the theory (online or traditional classroom) & pool practical training sessions for all PADI courses in Bangkok. You can now complete all of the course theory & pool practical sessions in Bangkok at a relaxed pace prior to finishing the PADI training dives in either Phuket or Koh Tao. Where to begin If you have always wanted to be a certified diver [...]

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A Diving Community In Phuket

Here at Aussie Divers we don't just consider ourselves a dive shop, we think of it as more, a big family of like minded individuals coming together to enjoy the marine environment here in Phuket & Thailand. We are always happy to chat with new divers or old, so please drop by the office anytime to see what is going on and if you have dived with us or want to dive with us than feel free to like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, read our community Dive Blog and generally stay in touch & stay informed.

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