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The Real Jewels of Koh Tao are Below The Surface Koh Tao Dive Sites

Japanese Gardens dive site

Japanese Gardens

On the incredibly beautiful island of Koh Nang Yuan you will find the amazingly beautiful bay known as Japanese Gardens. So called due to the rich variety of coral and underwater fauna to be found spread over a large bay, here this dive site is the perfect place to...

Divesite map of Sail Rock

Sail Rock

Sail Rock is a single rock that protrudes from the water between Koh Tao Island and Koh Phangan Island. Big Blue Diving visits Sail Rock less often than other dive sites since it is about a 2-hour boat trip away, but the diving there is well worth...

Chumphon Pinnacle Divesite

Chumphon Pinnacle

Widely considered Koh Tao’s best dive site, Chumphon Pinnacle ranges from depths of 15 metres to 45 metres and is well worth diving at least once whilst you’re here. The site is...

Southwest Pinnacle Divesite

Southwest Pinnacle

Southwest Pinnacle, a series of rock formations ranging from 4 metres to 30 metres and is another one of Koh Tao’s top ten dive sites. The tops of the pinnacles are covered with a carpet of anemones in brilliant greens, pinks and blues, all stocked with their...

Red Rock Divesite

Red Rock Dive Site

Red Rock Pinnacle is a large granite pinnacle that rises right up to about 2 meters below the surface of the water from about 18-20 meters depth. This dive site is suitable for all levels, though during the full moon there can be currents to deal with....

White Rock Divesite

White Rock

White Rock is home to an abundance of marine life, with sea turtles quite common, as well as blue-spotted ribbon tail rays, butterflyfish, triggerfish and angelfish.

Green Rock Divesite

Green Rock

Fascinating rock formations create small caves and swim throughs at Green Rock, which ranges in depth from 4 meters to 28 meters. Brightly colored nudibranchs are everywhere, as are morays, harlequin sweet lips and blue-ringed angelfish. Pelagics can be seen from time to time, and the deeper...

Sattakut Wreck dive site

HTMS Sattakut Wreck

The HTMS Sattakut wreck is our training wreck located right off Sairee Beach. The wreck is teeming with life. It’s home to barracudas, trevally, snappers, wrasse and moral eels. Sometimes large Jenkins Rays hid underneath the wreck on the south end. The HTMS Sattakut was scuttled in...

Hin Pee Wee Divesite

Hin Pee Wee

Hin Pee Wee is located directly north of the HTMS Sattakut wreck and is often dived in conjunction with the wreck. It has one large rock formation that rises to around 7...