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Weekly Dive Report – September 8th – 14th

Another week passes, so time once again to be reminded of the awesome diving you are missing out on here on Koh Tao! 😉 It’s been another gorgeous week here, with hot sunshine and calm seas – and some great visibility and marine life sightings as usual.

 

This week we visited a range of sites. Shallower sites included Japanese Gardens and Mango Bay, where our PADI Advanced Open Water students practiced their navigation and buoyancy skills, before taking in some of the underwater sights. Regular fish seen around these sites include Goat Fish, Christmas Tree Worms and Bat Fish, also we also spotted a huge Jenkins whip ray and a Jellyfish, both of which are more unusual.

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White Rock never fails to impress. With a maximum depth of 18-20metres, easy conditions and a wide diversity of corals and marine life, it really is one of the best sites for fun diving on Koh Tao. We also visited Green Rock this week, which is a firm favourite among our Divemasters due to its numerous swim throughs which provide lots of fun for our fun divers. There are a few dive sites on Koh Tao that can keep ‘Swim Through Junkies’ entertained, and of these Green Rock is the most regular on our dive schedule.

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We hope you enjoy this week’s video compilation, and we’ll see you next week for more underwater fun and adventures!

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