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"Two islands that demand serious underwater investigation"

Koh Bon is a part of the Similan National Marine Park.

 

Koh Bon is an amazing dive spot, famous primarily for its visiting Whale Sharks and Manta Rays. It’s not just marine giants that pass through however, with thousands of schooling fish, octopus and cuttlefish coming together in an explosion of undersea life. A myriad of corals, anemones and fascinating sea sponges make this exceptional dive spot a real treat for the eyes.

 

Koh Bon Pinnacle is another great dive site on the west site of Koh Bon island. You will find it in deep water (18-40m) and is exposed. For a safe and comfortable diving this dive site is only possible to visit in favorable conditions with experienced or advanced divers. Covered in small, yellow soft corals the west wall is precipitous, and offers a large cavern. There is a smaller pinnacle lying to the north. Don’t miss to keep your eyes open for passing eagle rays, black tip sharks, and manta rays on your way back up the rocky landscape.

Dives:

2

Max Depth:

40m

Departure:

9:00am

Return:

5:15pm

Time To Destination:

1:45 Hours

Diver:

฿4,900

Diver:

Closed

Non-Diver:

฿2,900

Non-Diver:

Closed

Child up to 12 years (Non-diving):

฿1,450

Child up to 12 years (Non-diving):

Closed

Child up to 6 years:

฿0

Child up to 6 years

Closed