Weekly Diving Report – January 4th – 10th 2020

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Weekly Diving Report – January 4th – 10th 2020

The new year is in full swing and we’ve had some very nice dives last week. While the visibility was a little bit down towards the beginning of the week, the second half was just as pretty as you can see in our little clip below:


If you are reading our Weekly Diving Report on a weekly basis, you know that we tend to see some species more regularly than others… On almost every single dive site on Koh Tao we can find the bright yellow butterfly fish for example:

yellow-butterfly-fish-divers-background

Moray eels are also around on the most popular diving spots such as Twins or White Rock for example. However, it is not very common that you can see them swimming out in the open during daytime!

moray-eel-swimming

Another nocturnal hunter is the bluespotted ribbontail ray. While they are normally hiding under rocks or in the cracks of corals, you can see them out hunting on a night dive.

blue-spotted-ribbontail-ray-swimming

Speaking of night diving: Did you see our Instagram post yesterday? What’s your take on this? Night diving yay or nay?

https://www.instagram.com/p/B7NxrZ3BTBF/

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