On the east coast, the island offers a unique underwater journey to coral reefs at shallow depths accessible to novice divers, artificial reefs made of concrete cubes, a specially submerged Haruby Star dive boat and the ruins of another ship already available to trained divers. The place is rich in diverse marine life, including moray eels, scorpion fish and barracudas. This is an ideal place for underwater photography on a sunken ship and observing marine life.
Ao La Bay
It offers a variety of underwater diving: in the north of the bay there is a stepped coral wall with barracudas, tuna, large moray eels and many other species of marine fauna; in the south there is an artificial reef made of concrete cubes with lionfish, stingrays, octopuses and often cuttlefish. The southern side of the island is suitable for technical diving with a depth of up to 50 meters.
The bay of Ao Konkare
Ao Patok Bay
It offers a variety of underwater adventures with routes and depths from the beach to 40 meters. You can see coral walls, reefs, barracudas, manta rays, stingrays and other forms of marine life. Suitable for trial and training dives, as well as for professional divers.
This underwater museum with reefs in the form of elephants and warriors is great for photos and vivid impressions. It has a wonderful world under water, good visibility, diverse terrain and underwater adventures.