Diving in Thailand with Sea Bees Diving
Adventure In Good Hands
Are you planning to spend your next diving holiday in Thailand?
If you prefer smaller groups, comfortable boats and an offer that is 100% made for divers, we are the right fit for you!
For over 20 years we have been operating our diving school in Thailand and know exactly what divers want from their holiday.
Sea Bees is located in 5 locations in southern Thailand, including Phuket, Khao Lak and Phi Phi Island.
All our diving centers are well equipped with modern, high quality dive gear and staffed by well-trained professionals.
Our own bungalow resorts are the perfect place for your diving holiday as they fully cater to scuba divers.
With our own boats we carry out day trips as well as diving safaris to the most beautiful sites in the Andaman Sea.
Our day cruisers, specially designed for divers, are spacious and comfortably equipped with everything the diving heart desires.
The dives take place within small groups, which are arranged according to similar levels of experience.
Our highly experienced dive guides will show you the most sensational spots and animals on the reef and always ensure safe dives.
Of course, we also offer the entire range of diving courses from beginner to instructor level.
And speaking of diving instructors, our own instructors here at Sea Bees are put through a rigorous six month training period to ensure the high quality of service and instruction they will provide.
This way, you can be assured that our instructors have ample experience, know the dive sites perfectly and have adopted our service ideas to provide our guests with an unforgettable diving holiday in Thailand.
We are an excellent diving school in Thailand under German management
For our long-term commitment and the constant high quality of our diving offers, we were rewarded with numerous prizes.
Here are just a few:
10x Winner of the Golden Dolphin for the best diving base in Southeast Asia & Pacific
2x winner of the Thailand Tourism Award – the only dive center in Phuket and Khao Lak
And we are the only DIN certified diving school in Thailand.
Here on our website you will find all the information you need to prepare your dive trip. If you have any further questions about our offers, to book or in general about diving in Thailand, we are at your disposal at any time.
Just contact us. We look forward to welcoming you to your next diving holiday here in Thailand.
Your Sea Bees Team
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