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Weekly Diving Report – February 23rd – March 1st

Another week, another Weekly Diving Report. Not only do we have the latest update on Koh Tao’s diving conditions for you this week, but we are also proud to announce that we have tidied up our archive a little bit, so that it will be a lot easier for you to go back to our previous Weekly Diving Reports!

But first things first, here’s our ‘Best Of’ for the last week:

 

During the week from February 23rd to March 1st we were lucky to spot a great variety of different creatures under water. We managed to schedule in some fantastic (and long overdue) dives at Green Rock, but also visited local favourites like Japanese Gardens, Twins or White Rock – to just name a few…

At Green Rock our photographer Dan not only spotted a cute little Yellow Boxfish:

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… but also a majestic Banded Sea Krait:

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Our divers that joined us for some dives at Twins this week, were happy to see some playful Saddleback Clownfish which belong to the family of Anemonefish:

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Another highlight this week was a massive school of Barracudas at Twins and some of our Divemasters and Instructors reckon that this school was even bigger than anything they had seen at the infamous dive site Sail Rock before:

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We are pretty pleased with this week’s diving and look forward to seeing you back next week for a new update on the diving conditions and some more fantastic shot from our in-house photographer Dan!

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