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Torolina Reef – Surin Islands

Torolina Reef – Surin Islands

Torolina Reef – Surin Islands

Torolina Reef is situated on southern of the two Surin Islands. Only ever accessible by the scuba diving liveaboard vessels out of Phuket or Khao Lak. This can be a deep dive as a lot of the dives in the region are.

This site has a scattering of rocks and hard corals and is quite different to most of the dive sites in the area. There are vast areas of sand even at 20 metres and the reef gradually slopes and keeps slopping down past 30 metres.

The currents can be ripping strong at times and if the they are up the site could be difficult for those that are not experienced. It can make for an interesting drift dive and if no current could be a very interesting exploration site for experienced scuba divers.

A good selection of pelagics, eels, glass fish and trigger fish here.

Depth: 10-40m Difficulty: ✩✩✩✩ Marine life: ✩✩ Coral: ✩✩ Currents: ✩✩✩✩

Lat: 9.373193 Long: 97.868958

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