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Certified Divers Trips Koh Tao

Certified Divers Trips Koh Tao

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.

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Popular Certified Divers Koh Tao Dive Sites

With over 25 different dive sites on Koh Tao, there is always somewhere different to try. The day trip options are highlighted by two world-famous locations of Sail Rock and Chumphon Pinnacle. Both claim to have regular sightings of the most sort after marine creature, the majestic whale shark.

Other popular sites are White Rock, South West Pinnacle, Mango Bay, Lighthouse Bay and Japanese Garden.

Timings

Given their close proximity to the island itself most Koh Tao dive trips are relatively short days. This will allow you to enjoy other activities whilst on your well earned holiday. Koh Tao offers morning and afternoon day trips.

The longest day trip on offer is to Sail Rock which is an approximate 8:00am start and 2:30pm return.

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